Cookie policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files of text and numbers that is downloaded and installed on your computer or mobile devices by your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari…) or via a Flash application.

Cookies let websites remember your visit or visits and store information about your preferences to provide you with an easier and faster personalized experience. Only the server that has them installed can read the contents therefore they will be anonymous.

Despite they are installed on your hard drive, as only text or numbers, are not able to access your personal information on your computer, or transmit viruses. They can only track your navigation on a website.

There are many types of cookies classified according to their permanence in your computer, who install them, their purpose, techniques, of advertising, of analysis, of customization, etc.

Depending on the types of cookies, more or less information will be collected:

FIRST-PARTY COOKIES: These are installed on the website the users visit. Only this website can read their contents.

THIRD-PARTY COOKIES: These are installed by an organization other than the owner of the website users visit. An example is Google Analytics Services, which install its own cookie to collect data and create statistics about the performance and the use of the website; other organizations that may be installing their own cookie on the website you’re visiting are Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and, in general, anyone who allows the web that you visit to insert its contents. The third-party cookies can also install its advertising services such as displaying ads based on your location or your browsing preferences. These cookies can also keep track of your browsing on different websites.

SESSION COOKIES: Session cookies are stored in a strictly temporary way during a browsing session. They will be deleted from your computer or mobile device when you close the browser.

PERSISTANT COOKIES: They are installed for a fixed period of time (usually a year or more) and are not deleted when the browser is closed. They are used to gather information from one browsing session to another, for example, to remember your preferences for next time when you access the web.

FLASH COOKIES: Many websites use the Adobe Flash Player to display videos or games. In this case Adobe installs its own cookie, not through your browser, but the Adobe Flash Player.

What type of cookies we use?

We use cookies for personalization and third-party analysis (Google Analytics). It is an analytical service of websites provided by Google, Inc., a Delaware company from the United States, whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States (“Google”), attached to the Safe Harbor List.

Cookies for customization and web analysis are those that allow us to quantify the number of visitors and see how they behave on our web site, in which way we can measure and statistically analyse of the your use of our website. The purpose is to establish a fully anonymous statistics that allow us to improve in those places that are of your interest and modify those others that are not so much.

The reports made with cookies are purely statistical, without any personal details that could make any user personally identifiable.

For more information about Google’s cookies and privacy policies, please click on the following link: Google Analytics.

The company are not responsible for the Google’s use of information obtained from cookies.

How can I deactivate or delete the cookies?

You have the right to permit, block or delete cookies installed on your computer by changing the settings of your browser.

Internet Explorer    Firefox   Chrome   Opera   Safari   Adobe Flash Player

Cookies policy may be modified by the owner of the website, so we recommend reading each entry to the Web.

“Social networks with which we interact on our website use cookies on their buttons of share, over which we have no access to intervention, control or reporting of results. They are exclusively the responsibility of each social network.”

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