What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file that is transferred by a website to the devices that connect to them. While the purposes of cookies are often only technical, they can also allow, among other things, the storage and recovery of information about the browsing habits of a user or their computer and, depending on the information they contain and how they use your computer, they can be used to identify the user.
Some cookies are controlled and managed by the owner of the website (known as “first-party cookies”) and others are from third parties (known as “third-party cookies”), because, for example, they provide a tool or functionality incorporated on the website.
Certain cookies are cancelled after you have finished browsing on the website (session cookies), while others may remain stored on users’ computers and be accessed for a longer period of time (persistent cookies).
What type of cookies do we use and why?
On this website we use the following cookie types:
Technical cookies or those that are essential for providing our services.
We use technical cookies in order to provide the services requested by our users. These cookies are essential for browsing and the use of different options and services on the website, such as controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing areas with restricted access, remembering the information that the user provides at each stage of the process of registration or purchase, using security elements during navigation, storing content for the dissemination of videos or sound or sharing content through social networks.
In order to optimise the experience of using our website, we use personalisation cookies that allow us to configure the website and its services according to the user’s preferences or according to the general characteristics of their computer, for example the browser used and its version, the operating system installed, etc.
These cookies are used to, for example, remember the parameters that were chosen by the user during their visits, adapt the content of the website according to their language or location or maintain the authorised status of registered users.
Analytics cookies allow website activity to be measured and analysed and user navigation profiles created. We use these cookies to compile anonymous and collective statistics that allow us to understand how our website is used in order to improve it and adjust it to our visitors’ preferences.
Typically, the data originating from your browsing that is used in analytics is as follows:
- The internet service provider’s name (ISP) and/or IP address that gives them access to the network. For example, a user of provider xxx will only be identified with the domain xxx.es and/or the IP address. In this way we can produce statistics based on the countries and servers that visit our website most frequently.
- The date and time that our website was accessed. This allows us to identify the busiest times for traffic and make the necessary adjustments to avoid saturation.
- The internet address from which the link led to our website. Thanks to this data, we can gauge the effectiveness of the different banners and links that point to our server in order to boost the most successful of these.
- The number of daily visitors to each section. This allows us to identify the most successful areas and increase and improve their content so that our users can have a more satisfactory result.
We use the following analytics service on this website:
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You can deactivate these cookies by installing the disabling component that is available at: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=es
Are cookies anonymous?
How can I manage cookies?
Website users have the option of not receiving cookies, deleting them or of being informed about their use through the configuration of their browser. To learn how to manage cookies in your browser, we invite you to consult the help section.
For your convenience, you will find information below about the management of cookies from the developers of some of the main browsers:
- Chrome, http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=es&answer=95647
- Explorer, http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
- Firefox, http://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-que-los-sitios-we
You may not be able to use all of the website’s functions if you disable cookies.
To manage the pixels or tracking codes included in email addresses, you can adjust the settings of your email address so that it does not automatically download remote content or images.
To disable the use of third-party advertising cookies, users can also visit the deactivation website of the network’s marketing initiative (NAI, Network Advertising Initiative. Website in English: http://www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp).