What are cookies?
A cookie is a file created by a website that contains small amounts of data and is sent between a sender and a recipient. In the case of the Internet, the sender would be the server where the web page is hosted and the receiver is the browser you use to visit any web page.
Its main purpose is to identify the user, so that the most appropriate content can be offered according to their habits. This means that every time a web page is visited for the first time, a cookie is saved in the browser with some information. Then, when the same page is visited again, the server asks for the same cookie to fix the site configuration and make the user’s visit as personalized as possible.
Cookies can be used to recognize you when you visit our website, remember your preferences and offer you a personalized experience based on your configuration. Cookies also allow your interactions in Tiendetea.com to be faster and safer. In addition, cookies can allow us to show you advertising on and off the Tiendetea.com websites, and they offer you personalized features through the Tiendetea add-ons as «Share» buttons.
Most browsers allow you to control cookies through their configuration preferences. However, if you limit the possibility of websites setting cookies, you can make your overall user experience worse, as it will not be personalized. You may not be able to save custom settings as your login information.
If you use Tiendetea.com without changing your browser settings, we will deduce that you want to receive cookies from our server’s website.
If you want to learn more about cookies, including cookies that have been set and how to manage and delete them, you can visit:
If you want to inform yourself about the use that advertisers make of cookies in their products:
- European Alliance for Interactive Digital Advertising (EU)
- Internet Advertising Bureau (EE.UU.)
- Internet Advertising Bureau (UE)
- Network Advertising Initiative
Browser developers also provide help pages for managing cookies on their products. You can check the following:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Safari (PCs)
- Safari (Smartphones)
- Opera (PCs)
- Opera (Smartphones)
For other browsers, check the information provided by each manufacturer.