Cookies policy uses “cookies” (own or third parties authorised) to offer to its customers a better experience. When a user surfs through the pages of its website, or uses our services, he is accepting our use of “cookies”. However, you can set your computer not to accept cookies if you so wish. In that case, users must be aware that they may not be able to use all the functions and services that the web site offers because are inevitably based on cookies.


What are Cookies and what are they for?

A cookie is just a kind of file which is downloaded into user’s computer or mobile device when accessing our website. The aim of these cookies is to allow the storage of certain information about users’ web surfing habits, to subsequently improve our users’ surfing experience by providing certain aspects.


There are several types of cookies

Own Cookies: are those sent to user’s devices from our website.

Third-party cookies: are those to user’s computer or mobile devices from a domain or website not under control of

Session cookies: This kind of cookies is in charge of collecting and storing data when users access our website.

Persistent cookies: these cookies store data and preferences in user’s devices which is available for a certain period of time.

Analytic cookies: are used to gather information about the number of visitors, as long as measure and conduct statistical analyses and anonymous demographic profiling on the use of our website so that we may improve our services.

Advertising cookies: to allow the management of all the advertising spaces on our website.

How to set up your browser to manage cookies?

As we pointed out previously, the user has the chance to allow, block and even delete cookies from his/her computer by changing the relevant setting in the browser of such computer or device.

Hereafter, we provide you with a list of links that will show you how to manage cookies in some of the most common browsers:

Some browser offer more advanced set up options to manage cookies depending on the website, which gives the user greater control.  

Own Cookies

Just one cookie is used to store all user information



Session Cookies

One cookie to access our chat online: __zicid.


Collaborating companies

Rotutech counts on third-party cookies owned by services involving the use of cookies such as:  

- *Google use cookies to conduct analyses. They store anonymously your visit and the websites you surfed, among other metrics, to determine the suitability of our contents, designs or modifications; and will therefore allow us to carry out continuous improvements on our website. Cookies used are: __utma, __utmb,__utmc,__utmt__ and __utmz

- *Zopim => cookies needed to the use of our chat online: __zicid, __cfduid.