This Cookies Policy explains what cookies are, how JANÉ, S.A. ( henceforth, "JANÉ") uses them on its Web Page, (henceforth the "Web Site") and how the user can set their use. 



A cookie is any type of data storage and recovery device used on the user's terminal equipment in order to store information and recover information previously stored. Thus, cookies are small data files which are hosted on the user's computer, containing specific information regarding the visit the user makes to the Web Site. The cookie is downloaded by the device used to access the Web Site and stored on the device's hard disk. In this Cookies Policy we are using the word cookie to refer to all those files which store information in this way.

The cookies have a variety of uses, including allowing the Web Site to recognise your device when you visit us again, ensuring that you receive the correct content, or saving information regarding preferences or services that the user has provided us with. The cookies do not damage the user's device.



At JANÉ we use  cookies on the Web Site for analytical purposes, to improve our services and to show you publicity material related to your preferences based on your browsing habits.

The cookies can be distinguished by taking into account the purpose for which they are used, their duration, or who is managing them. It is important to take into account that a specific cookie can belong to various categories. Below we are providing you with a description of the cookies used on the Web Site:


A) By purpose of cookie

Technical cookies

Technical cookies are those which allow you to browse the Web Site and use the various options or services offered. Our Web Site uses technical cookies, some of which are essential in order for the Web Site to work, such as, for example, the cookies which allow us to identify the users in such a way that they can enter their private access area or maintain the session on the server. If you decide to disable these cookies,it is possible that browsing the Web Site may not be possible or is much less satisfactory because there is content that cannot be seen or functionalities that cannot be used. 

Analysis cookies

The analysis cookies allow generic information to be obtained on your visits to the Web Site, in order to provide us with aggregate data on those visits for statistical purposes. These cookies are used to look at how users browse the Web Site and monitor its performance. In addition, the tools used to obtain Web Site use statistics offer the possibility to provide an increasing level of detail on the behaviour of Web Site visitors and users. The data can be gathered, handled and saved, and associated with a specific IP address or user, or otherwise be subjected to a dissociation process in order to draw conclusions based on anonymous data.

The information gathered via cookies may include, among other data, the IP address which identifies the computer at that moment, the access date and time, and the areas of the Web Site visited. The reason for this data gathering is to monitor the use and usefulness of our Web Site, for statistical and security purposes.

Behavioural advertising cookies

These cookies store information on user behaviour obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows the creation of a specific profile in order to send them targeted advertising. We use these cookies to manage, in the most efficient way possible, the advertising space on other web pages based on criteria such as edited content or the frequency the advertisements are shown.

Personalisation cookies

These allow information to be recorded so that the user can access the Web Site and the services offered with specific characteristics which can differentiate the experience from that of other users, such as, for example, the language, the number of results to display when the user carries out a search, the aspect or content of the service based on the type of browser through which the user accessed the service, or the region from which the service was accessed, etc. The cookies can also be used to record the user settings and preferences with respect to the design, colours, and the areas or menus that they wish to be more accessible on the home page. We use personalisation cookies to record your preferences. For example, we record changes you have made to the preferences in your account.


B) By managing body

Our own cookies

These are cookies sent to your terminal from equipment or a domain managed by JANÉ, from which the requested service is provided. 

Third party cookies

These cookies are sent to your terminal from equipment or a domain not managed by JANÉ, but by another entity handling the data obtained via the cookies.

You can find details of the companies responsible for third party cookies used on the Web Site below: 



C) By activation period

Session cookies

These cookies are designed to receive and store information while the user is accessing the Web Site. 

Persistent cookies

On these cookies data continues to be stored on the user's terminal, and may be accessed and handles during a period defined by the owner of the cookie, which may vary from a few minutes to several years.



Below is a list of cookies you may find on our Web Site:



You can, in any event, disable or block the cookies by activating the settings in your browser, allowing you to decline the installation of all or some of the cookies. If you reject the cookies, you may still make use of our Web Site, although the use of some of the services may be limited and, as a consequence, your experience on our Web Site will be less satisfactory.

If you wish to withdraw your consent in relation to this Cookies Policy, you will be able to eliminate the cookies stored on your equipment through the settings and configuration of your internet browser. 

You may allow, block or eliminate the cookies installed on your equipment through setting the options on the browser installed on your computer. For further information on how to adjust the cookie settings on the following browsers, use the relevant link: 

Internet Explorer:






This Cookies Policy may be subject to changes or modifications, and for that reason we recommend that you review this policy every time you access our Web Site, with the aim of remaining suitably informed regarding how and why we use cookies. 



If you have any queries, comments or suggestions regarding the Cookies Policy, please contact us through the following email address: .


Latest version: 14th April 2020.