Cookies in SelfPackaging


A cookie is a small information file that is sent to your computer, mobile or other device when you visit a website and it will recognize your device on future visits. These types of files do a number of different jobs such as remembering your preferences and chosen items, assisting you to improve your site experience as well as trying to ensure that the adverts or offers you see online are more relevant to you.


Basically, they are used for knowing you better and offer you what suits your needs

Such information will not identify you personally and they are not a risk for your computer or mobile device. They are tools used by the sites you visit to personalize and improve your browsing.

You decide if you want to enable cookies or not. If you choose to disable them, you have to block them in your web browser. Before blocking them, it is important to know some basic information.

For instance, we use cookies for:

- Knowing your interests in your next visit to our website.

- When entering into your personal profile, so you don’t have to write your username each time.

And also, they offer you personalized content: discounts, promotions…


Our website uses three types of cookies:

Technical cookies: They are necessary to browse through the website properly and enter into all the sections with no problems.

Performance cookies: This type collects anonymous information on how people use the site to improve how the site operates. For example we use it to calculate how many visits we have on our site in order to improve the service we can offer you, know what works on our website…
The data stored by these cookies never shows personal details from which your individual identity can be established. This information is anonymous, we just need it for statistical purposes.

Advertising cookies: These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to make advertising relevant to you and your interests.

Session cookies: These are temporary cookie files, which are erased when you close your browser.


Web browsers usually allow cookies by default. When visiting our website, you are accepting the installation of cookies on your device, but you are the one who decides if you want to browse with cookies or not. You can choose any time which cookies you would like to use on this website setting them on your web browser.

Warning: If you block the cookies there will be a lot of information you can not see and some specific web features may not work.

Here are the steps to enable or disable your cookies, depending on the web browser you use. Click on the name of the browser you use.


1. Click on Internet Explorer Tools button, then on Internet Preferences.

2. Click on ‘Privacy’ tab, then choose the level of privacy you would like and click on ‘Accept’.

When selecting your level of privacy, Internet Explorer will show you a description of the types of cookies which are blocked or are allowed in each privacy level.


1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.

2. Select ‘Settings’.

3. Click ‘Show advanced settings…’

4. In the ‘Privacy’ section, click the ‘Content settings’ button.

5. In the ‘Cookies’ section, you can change the following cookies settings:
- Delete cookies.
- Block cookies by default.
- Allow cookies by default.
- Keep cookies and site data until you quit your browser.
- Make exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains.


1. On the menu bar, click on the Firefox menu and select ‘Preferences...’

2. Select the Privacy panel.

3. Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history.

4. Tick the box ‘Accept cookies from site’ if yon want to enable them. Untick it to disable them.

5. Choose how long you will keep the cookies:
- Keep until: they expire. The cookie will be deleted when expiring. It is set by the website which sent the cookie.
- Keep until: close Firefox. Cookies kept in the computer will be deleted when closing Firefox.
- Keep until: Ask always. It shows a warning each time a website tries to send a cookie asking if the user wants to keep it or not.

6. Click on ‘Accept’ to close the Preferences window.


1. Click on Safari tab, then choose ‘Preferences…’. Click on the tab ‘Security’

2. Select the option you prefer from ‘Accept cookies’:
- Only from sites I visit (Block cookies from third parties and advertisers)
- Always
- Never


1. Configuration > Options > Avanzado > Cookies Opera allows for a wide range of cookie setups. The options are:
- Accept cookies. Allows all cookies to be stored on your computer by default
- Accept cookies only from the site I visit. Allows only cookies that are set by the website you are visiting, not those set by any other sites.
- Never accept cookies. Refuses all cookies to be stored.

Preferences of specific cookies from different sites can be enabled if you right click on the visited site and choosing ‘Edit site options’ from the menu. Then, activate the ‘cookies’ tab. The available options are above mentioned.


1. Select ‘Settings’ from the main menu > Safari

2. Choose one of the following options from ‘Privacy & Security’ section:
- Always
- From third parties and advertisers
- Never
If you want to delete all cookies from Safari, choose the option ‘Clear Cookies and Data’ from the Safari menu.


1. Open your Andorid web browser and press the ‘Menu’ key and select ‘Settings’.

2. Scroll down to the Privacy Settings section. Click on the box ‘Accept cookies’ if you want to enable or disable your cookies.

3. Restart your web browser.


1. In Internet Explorer, tap ‘More’ > Settings. You can also access Internet Explorer's settings through Settings on the App list.

2. Select or clear ‘Allow cookies on my phone’ to permit or block cookies from being saved on your phone.