1- What are cookies?
Cookies are files that store and retrieve information about the user's browsing habits. The information obtained is related, for example, to the number of pages visited, the language, the place from which it is accessed, the number of new users, the frequency and recidivism of the visits, the length of time it lasts, the browser or the computer from which the visit is made, or the application is executed.
2- What type of cookies are used?
The following types of cookies can be usedd:
a) According to the entity that manages them:
- Own cookies:
They are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
- Third-party cookies:
They are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.
b) According to its purpose:
- Necessary cookies:
Necessary cookies enable core functionality. The website cannot function properly without these cookies, and they can only be disabled by changing the user’s browser preferences. If disabled, the website may not work or show correctly on the user’s device.
- Analytical cookies:
Analytics cookies collect information that is used in aggregate form to help understand the editor how the website is being used and improve the user’s and others experience of the website.
- Personalisation cookies:
These cookies allow the editor to understand how the user engages with the website across all his devices. This includes recording the user’s browsing habits and activity. This information is used for profiling purposes and to help identify the user, so that the editor can show the user targeted and personalised marketing content on the website, via email (where the user consents to marketing) and in other contexts, such as on other websites or through other marketing channels.
- Marketing cookies:
These cookies allow the editor to serve the user with advertisements that are relevant to him and his interests. The user may see these advertisements on the site and on other sites that he visits. If the user disables these, he will still see adverts, but they won't be tailored to his interests.
- Social media cookies:
These cookies are set by a range of social media services that the editor has added to the site to enable the user to share the site’s content with his friends and networks. They can track the user’s browser across other sites and build up a profile of the user’s interests. This may impact the content and messages the user sees on other websites he visits. If the user does not allow these cookies, he may not be able to use or see the sharing tools.
c) According to the period of time they remain active:
- Session cookies:
They collect and store data while the user accesses the site.
- Persistent cookies:
They collect data stored in the terminal and are accessed and processed during a defined period.
We use the following cookies in this website:
The user can allow, block or delete cookies installed in its terminal through the configuration options of his browser.
- If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, click Tools in the browser toolbar. Choose Internet Options and click on the Privacy tab.
- If you use Firefox for Mac, click Preferences in the browser toolbar. Select Privacy and access to the Show Cookies tab. For Windows, click Tools in the browser toolbar. Choose Options, click on the Privacy tab and then on the User a personalized configuration for the history.
- If you use Safari, click Preferences in the menu, select Privacy.
- If you use Google Chrome, click Tools in the browser toolbar. Choose Options (Preferences for Mac), Advanced, then Configuration of Privacy content and, finally, select Cookies in the Content configuration.
Disabling cookies might modify the functioning of the site. Please check your browser’s instructions for further information.
Some services and functionalities of our site might not be available if you disable cookies in your browser.