What is a cookie?
A “Cookie” is a small text file that a website stores in the user’s browser. Cookies facilitate the use and navigation of a website and are essential for the functioning of the Internet, providing countless advantages in the provision of interactive services. Cookies are used, for example, to manage the user’s session (reducing the number of times you have to include your password), to improve the services offered, or to adapt the contents of a website to your preferences. Cookies can be “session” cookies, which are deleted once the user leaves the website that generated them, or “persistent” cookies, which remain on the user’s computer until a certain date. Cookies can also be “own”, managed by the domain that the user accesses and from which he or she requests a certain service, or “third party cookies”, sent to the user’s computer from a different domain than the one accessed.
Types of cookies used on the website
Cookies for internal use (own)
Analytical Cookies (from third parties)
This website uses analytical cookies to collect statistics on user activity when visiting the site and general activity. The information collected is anonymous and allows us to optimize the navigation of our website and guarantee the best service to the user. We use third party cookies (Google Analytics) for the analysis of our website. Users can exclude their activity by means of the exclusion systems provided by the analytical tools. Cookie Google Analytics Name __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz Purpose It collects anonymous information about users’ navigation on the website in order to know the origin of visits and other similar statistical data. More information Google Analytics Privacy Center
Social network cookies (from third parties)
This website has installed social network buttons that allow users to share content of interest to them with their social circle. The cookies used by social networks prevent the user from having to re-enter his or her data in order to share such content. These buttons do not have access to the data entered by users when sharing content on a social network.
Options on cookies
At any time, and at least during the installation or updating of the browser, the user has the possibility of accepting or rejecting the installation of cookies, or rejecting the installation of a certain type of cookie, such as advertising and third-party cookies. In addition, after each session you can delete all or some of the stored cookies. The user can also activate them: 1. Private browsing, by which your browser stops saving your browsing history, website passwords, cookies and other information from the pages you visit. 2. The non-tracking function, by which the browser asks the websites you visit not to track your browsing habits, for example, to serve you advertising of your interest in the sites you visit. We recommend that you consult your browser’s help function to learn about the various options for managing cookies. Below are links to manage cookies in the most relevant browsers: