On this page you will find information about our policy for cookie collection and processing on moritz.com.
Once cookies are authorized in the first data layer or in the settings section, the company will have your consent to use the cookies that you authorized. In any case, the only way to 100% guarantee the rejection of cookies is to modify your individual settings in the browser you are using.
What are cookies and what are they used for?
Cookies are files that are downloaded onto the user’s computer/smartphone/tablet when the user accesses certain web pages.
Cookies make it possible to store certain data about the user’s device or navigation. The entity responsible for their installation may update and retrieve this data for various purposes. These include: obtaining information about the user’s navigation habits or those of their computer, seeing which pages were visited, the connection time, the city to which the IP address from which the visit was made is assigned, the number of new users, visit frequency and recurrence, visit duration, the browser or operator or type of terminal from which the visit is made, analysis of a page’s functioning, detection of technical problems, etc. Also, depending on the information they contain and the way the terminal is used, cookies can be used to recognize the User.
What types of cookies are there?
Cookies can be separated into three categories: depending on what entity is managing the computer or domain from which the cookies are sent and processing the data; depending on the length of time the cookies remain active on the terminal device; and depending on the purpose for which the data obtained are processed.
Depending on the origin, cookies may be classified as proprietary or third party; based on their duration, they are classified as session cookies or permanent cookies; and depending on their purpose, cookies may be classified as technical, personalization, use analysis or statistical, or advertising cookies, among others.
Why is your consent important?
Pursuant to Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, Moritz may install cookies on users’ devices provided that they have given their consent after having been provided with clear and complete information about cookie use. The purpose of this Policy is to provide such information in a way that is useful to the User.
However, it should be noted that not all cookies are considered equal under the law. Some cookies, because they are not considered intrusive, are exempt from the information obligation. These are cookies that enable communication between the User’s computer and the network, as well as those that strictly provide a service expressly requested by the User, such as:
- User input cookies.
- Authentication or User identification cookies (session only).
- User security cookies.
- Media player session cookies.
- Session cookies for load balancing.
- User interface customization cookies.
- Plug-ins (complementary cookies) to exchange social content.
What cookies are used by this website?
At Moritz, we believe that the principle of transparency must be the backbone of the relationship with our Users. Therefore, we are sharing information on all the cookies used on moritz.com with you, whether they are our own or those of third parties.
Used to store a unique customer identifier (customer ID), which is a randomly generated number, and used to calculate user, session and campaign data.
End of session
This cookie does not store user information It is used to limit the percentage of Google Analytics requests
Cookies used by CMS Magento, on which the web is built, enabling different content to be provided in the same URL based on different factors (language, connection, etc.). They do not store customizable information.
If you identify any cookie about which you may not have been informed, you can contact us through our Contact Form and we will identify the cookie and its declaration.
In addition to these cookies, there are other types of methods for saving certain visitor information in order to automate tasks and facilitate navigation, such as using tracking pixels or beacons or using local and browser session storage.
We recommend that you review your browser settings if you want to limit or delete the information stored in this way. In addition to these cookies, there are other types of methods for saving certain visitor information in order to automate tasks and facilitate navigation, such as using tracking pixels or beacons or using local and browser session storage.
We recommend that you review your browser settings if you want to limit or delete the information stored in this way.
How can I manage cookies?
You can manage cookies in your browser settings. Browser settings may vary by developer and version. Therefore, to manage cookies you must check the corresponding settings in your browser.
Most browsers tell you how to change your browser settings to not accept cookies, to notify you each time you receive a new cookie, or to disable them completely. To control how you want your information to be used, you can set your terminal’s browser settings however is best for you.
In any case, we would like to point out that if technical and/or operational cookies are disabled, the quality of the website may decrease or it may be harder to identify you.
Below is a list of the links where you can find more information about cookie settings on different browsers:
There are also some useful resources that provide detailed information about cookie types, how they are used and how you can manage your cookie preferences at About Cookies or All About Cookies.
If you want more control over cookie installation, you can install programs or add-ons for your browser, known as “Do Not Track” tools, which let you choose which cookies you want to allow.
What responsibilities do we assume?
Web browsers are the tools responsible for storing cookies, and if you want to exercise your right to delete or deactivate cookies, you must do so from your browser site. Moritz cannot guarantee the correct or incorrect processing of cookies by the above-mentioned browsers.
In some cases it is necessary to install cookies so that the browser does not forget its decision to not accept them.
Links to third-party services
Some of the services provided by the Moritz website may contain links to third-party applications, services, tools and websites, which you can use in conjunction with third-party applications, services, tools and websites that are not linked in any way to Moritz, such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, for example.
Moritz is not responsible for the security or transparency of the information that third parties provide to users about their privacy.
We recommend that you review the privacy and cookie usage policies of the applications, social networks, and service webs you use on a regular basis.