Cookies policy

Below are the different points about cookies of Radioactive Exclusion Zone (hereinafter R.E.Z.).

Last update: November 4th, 2021

1. Description

A cookie is a text file that is sent to the web browser of your computer, mobile or tablet and that is used to store and retrieve information about the navigation carried out. For example, remember your username and password or the language in which you want to consult the web.

2. Types and uses

R.E.Z. uses its own and third-party cookies to improve navigation, provide the service and obtain statistics on the use of the website.

3. Configuration

You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your device from your web browser. If you do not allow the installation of cookies on your device, the browsing experience may deteriorate. Below you can find how to configure cookies in each browser:

Google Chrome
Google Android
Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Safari Mobile

4. Types of Cookies

According to who manages them:
Own cookies: They are sent to your browser from our computers or web domains.
Third party cookies: They are sent to your browser from a computer or web domain that we do not manage directly, but a third entity such as Google.

Depending on the time they are active, there are:
Session cookies: They remain in your browser's cookie file until you leave the website, so that none remain on your device.
Persistent cookies: They remain on your device and our website reads them every time you make a new visit. These cookies stop working after a specific date.

Finally, and according to its purpose, we have:
Technical cookies: Improve navigation and the proper functioning of the web.
Personalization cookies: They allow access to the service with predefined characteristics based on a series of criteria.
Analysis cookies: They allow you to statistically measure and analyze the use made of the service provided.

5. List of third-party cookies used by R.E.Z.:

Google Analytics: Its cookies allow the number of times a user visits a website to be counted, how and when they do so.
In any case, you can disable Google Analytics cookies from here.

Google: Its cookies allow you to customize how ads are seen outside of Google or store information such as the preferred language when displaying search results.
To find more information about the cookies used by Google you can do it here.

Youtube: Its cookies (CONSENT, YSC or PREF) measure, for example, when a video is seen, liked or shared.