What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a web page, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or their computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way the computer is used, cookies can be used to recognise the user.
What types of cookies does this website use?
Analytical cookies: These are cookies that are processed either by us or by third parties to quantify the number of users and therefore carry out the statistical analysis and measurement of how users use the offered service. To do this, we analyse your browsing on our website in order to improve our offer of products or services for you.
Advertising cookies: These are cookies that are processed either by us or by third parties that make it possible to manage the offering of the advertising spaces on the website as effectively as possible, adjusting the content of the advertisement to the content of the service requested or the use that is being made of our website. To do this, we can analyse your Internet browsing habits and display advertising related to your browsing profile.
Third-party Cookies: Provided by third parties.
What will happen if I turn off cookies?
Some features of the Services and areas of this website may not work properly if cookies are disabled.
How can you configure your Cookies?
If you use another browser, consult the cookie installation, use and blocking policy of said browser. Nevertheless, you can use the tool www.youronlinechoices.com to find useful information and configure your preferences regarding cookies, provider by provider.
Are there only cookies?
There may be websites that use other storage means that are similar to cookies but with more capacity, such as other forms of local storage of data on the client’s computer, for example:
LocalStorage and sessionStorage in HTML5: Space that the web can use on the user’s computer. This can normally be deleted by deleting the Browsing history.
The “Local Shared Objects” in Flash (the “isolated storage” in Silverlight): They are stored inside the Microsoft folder where you have the user profile. You have to enter the folder and delete it (example: vimeo videos).
Flash is used to incorporate multimedia elements in a web page, and it stores files in the user’s computer to that end.
The web beacon is used to track your activity, inserting a mini-image that you do not even notice. When you browse the website, it is loaded along with the page, and the server from where the photo is downloaded records the time of access or the number of times you have accessed the website.
These files are more intrusive than cookies, since they are more complicated to delete, save more information and do not depend on the browser that you use. We do not use this type of storage.