The website www.thepsaclub.com (henceforth the "website") is a publication by the PSA GROUP.
While you browse through this website, the information on your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) relating to your browsing will probably be stored as cookies onto that device, depending on the preferences you have indicated through the web browser on your equipment. You can amend this at any time.
What are the cookies this website issues used for?
When you access and consult the content on this website, cookies are installed on your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.). These cookies allow us to recognise the browser your device is using for as long as the corresponding cookie is valid.
The purpose of these cookies is to automatically recognise your browser's parameters on your next visit to our website. We remind you that you can modify the configuration of cookies on your equipment at any time, using the browser settings menu on your device.
The cookies we issue from this website allow us to:
IT IS YOUR CHOICE WHETHER TO ACCEPT OR REJECT COOKIES ON YOUR DEVICE
You can configure your device's internet browser either to accept the cookies that can be stored on the device or, on the contrary, to reject them, either automatically or customised by whoever issues them.
For more information about configuring how cookies are installed on your device, consult the section "How to choose, depending on the browser you use".
You have various options for managing your cookies, depending on your device.
You can decide at any time to express or amend your decision to accept or reject cookies by using the following:
For a cookie to be installed on the user's equipment, it is dependent on whether the device accepts or rejects it. This decision can be expressed or changed at any time, free of charge, through the Internet browser options installed on the user's equipment.
If the user has agreed to accept cookies on their browser, the cookies from the internet pages they have visited will be stored temporarily in a space designed for them on the user's device. These cookies can only be read by the programme that issued them.
b) Refusing to accept the installation of Cookies
If you refuse to allow cookies to be installed on your device or if you delete any that have been registered during previous access, you should bear in mind that you will not be able to benefit from a series of utilities that are needed for browsing in some areas of the website.
So, for example, it will not be possible to recognise the default language of your device, the type of browser you have installed, or the country from which the device is connecting, etc., in order to adapt how our website is displayed.
If the user has rejected the installation of cookies or has deleted them, we will not accept any liability for any consequences relating to inferior services offered by the website due to the impossibility of registering or viewing the cookies necessary for the perfect operation of the website.
HOW TO CHOOSE, DEPENDING ON THE BROWSER YOU USE.
Managing the configuration options for cookies is different for each browser. This is described on your browser help menu, which enables you to change your settings preferences regarding cookies and, consequently, how to accept or reject them, or delete any existing cookies from a previous visit to the website.
You can check how to manage cookies at any time, depending on the browser or systems your device uses, on your internet service provider's web page (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc.)
Likewise, you should be aware of the following in relation to "Flash" © "Adobe Flash Player" cookies:
"Adobe Flash Player" ™ is an application that allows fast development of dynamic content using the IT language "Flash". Flash (and other similar applications) stores the configurations, preferences and use of this content, using a similar technology to cookies. However, "Adobe Flash Player" ™ manages this information and its options through a different interface to the one used by your browser.
It is possible that to see the integrated Flash content in this website, your equipment needs to install specific parameters, which can be done through the website http://www.adobe.com/es/.
This page explains what cookies are and how they are used through our website. We will also let you know how to manage and delete them if you want.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that are sent from our website to your computer or mobile telephone to improve your user experience. This is done so that we can understand your personal preferences, such as your location.
We can only read the cookies from our website and we never share this information with third parties.
How do we use the cookies?
Analytics - These cookies show us how browsers use our website. For example, how they find it, how long they spend on it, where they click. This information is used to improve the user's experience.
Profile management - Cookies are used to record your login details. This saves you having to enter the information repeatedly and ensures that the website adapts to your preferences.
Client feedback questionnaires - We are interested in your opinion and so we sometimes ask you for information on our website via online questionnaires. Cookies are used to make sure that you do not receive repeated invitations to participate.
Third party cookies - The majority of the advertising seen for other websites is placed by third parties. Anonymous cookies are used in these cases, to be able to monitor how many and how often people see that particular advert. Any information found in these cookies can be used to design the adverts coming from other websites. Since these adverts are not found on the websites, we are not able to read or write the cookies used.
How can you manage cookies?
If your browser preferences allow, the majority of websites will send cookies to your computer or mobile telephone. However, you can change this setting. The way to do this varies with each browser, although the most common is to go through the "Options" or "Preferences" tab.