What are they?
A cookie is a file which downloads into your computer when accessing certain websites. Among other things, cookies allow websites to store data and retrieve information about the user´s or computer´s surfing habits. Depending on the information they collect and how the computer is used, they may be used to recognise a user. Depending on who administers the domain, where the cookies are sent from and how the data is processed, we may differentiate between two types of cookies: first-party cookies and third-party cookies. We may also establish a second classification based on the amount of time the cookies are stored in the customer´s browser, establishing a difference between session cookies and persistent cookies. Finally, we may classify five types of cookies depending on the purpose of the collected data: technical cookies, customised cookies, cookie analysis, publicity cookies and behavioural advertising cookies. You may find more information on cookie usage in the Spanish Data Protection Agency´s guide.
What type of cookies does this website use?
Our own cookies
They allow us or third parties to measure the number of users and thus monitor and analyse their usage of the service provided. To do so, surfing of our website is monitored, so as to offer them our specifically catered products or services. This website uses Google Analytics and analytical service developed by Google, which is used to measure the activity of websites. Your browser may detect various types of cookies. These would be own cookies, session cookies and analysis cookies. You may find more information on our cookies or learn how to refuse them on the following link: http://www.google.es/intl/es_ALL/analytics/learn/privacy.html.
Web analytics allow you to get information related to the web´s users, the number of visits to a website, their frequency, repetition and length, the navigator used, the operator, the language, the terminal or the city the IP address is assigned to. This information will allow a better and more effective service when using this website.
These cookies are managed by third parties such as doubleclick.net and gstatic.com, both of which belong to Google.
When dealing with this type of information you may
- Accept. You may allow the cookies to be placed as well as eliminate the first information layer which informs the user about the existence of cookies in continuous visits to the web, all the time the same browser is used.
How do you block or refuse the cookies?
You may enable, block or delete the cookies installed in your computer by adjusting the settings on your browser. As each browser may deal with a different process, you may need to access the “Help” button to learn how to do it.
You may also gain access to your browser´s cookies by using the following