What are cookies?

A “cookie” is a small file stored by your browser when told to do so by a website. Typically websites place a number of different cookies on an end-user’s machine. Some of the cookies are “1st Party,” from the website itself, and others are “3rd party,” belonging to advertising and analytics entities or social networks. NID-O’s cookies are typically used to quickly identify your device and to “remember” your browser during subsequent visits for purposes of functionality, preferences, and website performance.


What kind of cookies are used in this website?

a.- Essential cookies: These cookies are strictly necessary to provide our website. For example, NID-O and its Service Providers may use these cookies to authenticate and identify users when they use NID-O’s website, perform the purchase process or take safety measures.

b.- Analytics cookies: These cookies are not essential, but NID-O uses them to perform its own analytics and to enable analytics provided by third parties. NID-O uses analytical information to quantify the number of users and analyse its website’s use.

c.- Advertising cookies: Social media cookies offer the possibility to connect you to your social networks and share content from our sites through social media. Advertising cookies (of third parties) collect information to help better tailor advertising to your interests, both within and beyond our sites. In some cases, these cookies involve the processing of your personal data. Refusing these cookies may result in seeing advertising that is not as relevant to you or you not being able to link effectively with Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and/or not allowing you to share content on social media.


Directory of cookies used in this website

You can disable cookies or set your browser to alert you when cookies are being sent to your device; however, disabling cookies may affect your ability to use the website. You can exercise choices regarding analytics and advertising cookies hereunder:




NamePurpose1st party/3rd party
Tracking cookies  
Google AnalyticsAnalytics3rd party