1. What is a cookie?

Cookies or data storage and retrieval devices are files sent by a website to users’ browsers that are automatically stored on their devices so that the website is able to track their previous browsing habits and “recognize” them.

Cookies are able to remember other types of personal information, such as a user’s password so that it need not be entered every time a website is visited, or a user’s preferences for a website’s settings (language, screen resolution, amongst others).

Cookies are essential for the Internet to work properly, as well as having many advantages in the provision of interactive services, as they make browsing and using a website easier. Cookies cannot harm your devices and, while they are enabled, they help identify and solve errors.

In short, a cookie is simply a set of data on browsing habits that are stored on a user’s device that websites detect and recognize in order to “remember” that user’s browsing habits.

It should be borne in mind that not all cookies imply the processing of personal data and, those that do, are subject to processing in accordance with our General Privacy Policy

Further information is given below about the cookies used on this website.

This website uses both first-party and third-party cookies for the purpose of enhancing its users' browsing experience.

The following technologies are used to obtain this information.

2. Essential cookies

These are the technical cookies that are required for the website to work properly and they cannot be disabled. As a general rule, they are only installed in response to actions such as a request for services, setting your privacy preferences, logging in or filling in forms.

Name Cookie Purpose Term
acceptCookies acceptCookies Cookies configuration 365

3. Analytical cookies

These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic so that we can measure and improve the performance of our website. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and how visitors browse the website, thus ensuring better user service. If you disable these cookies, we will not know when you have visited our website.

Name Cookie Purpose Term
_gid _gid Collect data for Google Analytics and GTM 2
_ga _ga Collect data for Google Analytics and GTM 730

4. Cookie settings

You can manage your cookie settings from this Policy, your browser and third-party websites that install cookies on your device.

4.1 Disabling cookies from this Policy

In section 6 of this Policy, consent may be given or withdrawn for the types of cookies used.

4.2 Disabling cookies from a browser

All Internet browsers enable users to users to restrict a cookie's behavior or to disable cookies by changing a browser's settings or options. The steps for doing this are different for each browser. You can find specific instructions in your browser’s help menu.

Depending on the browser used, users can enable any of the following options to restrict the scope of the cookies installed or the way in which they are executed:

  • The private browsing option so that browsing history, passwords on other websites, cookies and other information about websites visited are not saved.
  • The do-not-track function, whereby the browser requests that websites visited do not track browsing habits in order, for example, to display publicity that may be of interest to you on the websites you visit.

Bear in mind that if you disable these cookies, we will have no way of knowing what you like or dislike about our web pages and it will be more difficult to improve the user experience on this website.

5. Further information and exercising your rights

Regardless of the possibilities for the installation of cookies and the various ways of managing them that are described in this Policy, should you have any questions about the processing of your personal data or wish to exercise your rights, please see our General Privacy Policy to obtain further information.

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