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Cookies policy

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the user's terminal (a computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.) when the user accesses certain websites. Among other things, cookies enable these websites to monitor, store and retrieve information about the user's browsing habits (for example their preferences, profile, access codes, etc.) and to obtain technical information about the navigability of the websites themselves. Cookies also contribute to the operability, usability and accessibility of their website of origin.

Types of Cookie

There are several types of cookie, classified according to the function they perform:

  • Analytical: these cookies collect information to enable websites to assess the use their users make of their content and services, the user’s general activity and to collect statistical data. Analytical cookies measure and collect website data (sites displayed, hits, traffic parameters, clicks, etc.) to understand how the website is used and optimize it.

  • Advertising and behavioural cookies: these cookies collect information about the user's browsing habits and their behaviour during browsing in order to identify preferences, habits and tastes on a specific website. They enable the website to adapt advertising content by analysing the user's browsing habits and detecting user data such as location, age group, gender, etc.

  • Technical cookies: these cookies are strictly necessary for the proper operation and navigability of a website. They enable the user to browse the site or application and to use of its options or services.

  • Social cookies: these are required for external social networks (Facebook, Google, Instagram, Twitter, Tik Tok.). Their job is to control the interaction with the social widgets on a website.

  • Customisation cookies: these are cookies that enable websites to store certain preferences (for example, language, country, regional settings, etc.) predefined by the user on their first and subsequent visits to the website in question.

  • Third party cookies Third-party cookies are placed by third parties and are used to manage and improve the content and services they provide.

What Cookies does our website use?

Our website uses its own and third-party cookies.

A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is downloaded on to your computer when you visit a website.

They enable us to distinguish you from other users and help us to provide you with a rewarding experience when you browse our website and to improve it.

Our site includes functions provided by third parties.

Third party cookies

Third-party cookies that enable the sender to manage and improve the services provided can be stored on certain websites.

You can block and/or delete the cookies installed on your browser if you want to manage them. Keep in mind that it is necessary to accept cookies to enable you to browse the Website.

You can use the following instructions to manage cookies on your terminal:

  • Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings. Consult Microsoft support or the browser’s help function for further information.

  • Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> Log -> Custom Settings. Consult Mozilla’s support or the browser’s help function for further information.

  • Chrome: Settings -> Display advanced options -> Privacy -> Content settings. Consult Google’s support or the browser’s help function for further information.

  • Safari: Preferences -> Security. Consult Apple’s support or the browser’s help function for further information.

Disabling these cookies will probably prevent the functions provided by these services. You can delete and block all cookies on a website but parts of the same will not work properly.

Purpose of the cookies on our Website

  • Technical and customisation cookies: we use cookies that maintain the user’s status during different page requests.

  • Third-party statistical analysis: we use third-party services like Google.

  • Social networks: to show content from our accounts and share content on social networks.

Further information on cookies

For further information on cookies, please click on the following link to the All About Cookies.org website: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/es


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