What are cookies?
A “cookie” is a small file stored in the user’s computer and allows us to recognise them. The group of cookies helps us to improve the quality of our web by letting us control which pages our users find useful and which ones they don’t
Cookies are essential for the the computer to work correctly, providing many advantages in the offer of interactive services and aiding navigation and the use of our web. Please remember that cookies cannot damage your equipment but, instead, by activating them, they help to identify and resolve errors.
What type of cookies are there?
The following information will help you to understand the different types of cookies
- Session cookies: are temporary cookies which remain in the cookies file of your navigator until you leave the web page so that there is no record of them on the hard drive. The information obtained by these cookies serves to analyse transit patterns on the web. In the long run, this allows us to provide a better experience, improving the contents and aiding the use of our web.
- Permanent cookies: are stored on the hard disk and our website reads them every time there is a new visit. One permanent cookie has a set expiry date. The cookie will stop working after this date.
What cookies do we use?
Below, we will publish an explanation of the main cookies that we use on our website, highlighting:
- Strictly necessary cookies such as those which serve for a correct navegation or those that allow the services requested by the user to be carried out or those that ensure the content of the page is loaded up efficiently.
- Third party cookies such as those used by social networks or by complements external to the contents.
- Analytical cookies which periodically maintain and aim to guarantee the best service possible for the user. Websites normally use analytical cookies to collect the statistical data of the activity.
RELATIONSHIP AND DESCRIPTION OF THE COOKIES THAT WE USE ON OUR WEBSITE:
The table published below gives an outline of the cookies that we use on our web page:
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Google Analytics gives us support on the website for statistic control of the visits we receive.
Control the appearance of the cookies alert message.
Navegation language preference and the correct functioning of the website.
Administration of cookies
Cookies installed on the computer can be allowed, blocked or eliminated through the configuration of the navigation options installed onto your computer.
- For more information about the Firefox navigator visit:
- For more information about the Chrome navigator visit:
- For more information about the Explorer navigator visit:
- For more information about the Safari navigator visit:
- For more information about the Opera navigator visit:
How can I deactivate the cookies on the navigator?
As a complementary guarantee of those cited above, the registering of the cookies can be subject to their acceptance during the instalation or updated on the navigator in use. This acceptance can at any moment be revoked through the available configuration options of contents and privacy.
Many navigators allow a privacy mode to be activated whereby the cookies are always eliminated after their visit. Depending on each navigator, this privacy mode can have different names. Below, you’ll find a list of the most common navigators and the different names of this “privacy mode”:
Google Chrome 10 and superior; Unknown. More information at:
FireFox 3.5 and superior; Private Navigation. More information at:
Internet Explorer 8 and superior; Private. More information at:
Safari 2 and superior; Private Navegation. More information at
Opera 10.5 and superior; Private Navigation. More information at:
Important: Please read the help section of your navigator carefully to find out more about how to activate the “private mode”. You can still continue to visit our website even if your navigator is on “private mode” although your navigation of our website might not be optimum and some parts may not work.