What are they and how do they work?
Cookies are small text files sent to your computer or mobile device, through your internet browser (browser), which stores them in a file folder. Each stored cookie is unique, and contains anonymous information consisting of an identifier, name of the web page and an alpha numeric code.
Cookies collect generic information related to users' preferences, for example, the way they use the Gravimeta page or the area of the country from where they do it, etc., allowing the system to remember browsing characteristics or preferences from previous sessions. Whenever you visit our website again, your browser reads the cookie and forwards the information back to us.
These cookies are not invasive or harmful, and do not contain personal information.
These cookies are essential for the execution of our website and are essential to provide you with a seamless experience as they allow you to browse without interruptions. They also allow the use of our basic functionalities or applications, such as, for example, access to areas of the page through login with secure authentication.
These cookies allow us to monitor the performance of our website by analyzing how users use it. These cookies never collect personal information as they are used only for the purposes of statistical analysis.
These cookies help to make our content as personalized and attractive as possible for the user.
Based on your use of our page, Gravimeta uses these cookies to identify your preferences and highlight articles or services that we think will be of interest to you.