Cookies policy 2017-07-24T12:55:54+00:00

Cookies policy

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files transferred and stored on your device when you visit or interact with a website. Cookies allow the website to remember the user’s browsing habits and, depending on the information they contain and how the device is used, may allow the website to recognize the user.

However, they only obtain information regarding the number of websites the user visits, the city corresponding to each user’s IP address or the number of new users. They are also used to keep track of the frequency, recurrence, and duration of user visits, and type of device used to access the website. Cookies are under no circumstances used to gather data such as the user’s name, postal address or similar information.

What kind of cookies are there?

Cookies can be first- or third-party. First-party cookies are sent to the user’s device by the website rendering the service required by the user. Third-party cookies are sent to the user’s device by other companies that have access to the data collected by the cookies.

Cookies can either be session cookies or persistent cookies. A session cookie gathers and stores data while the user is connected to the website. A persistent cookie will remain in the device, allowing the data it contains to be accessed until it expires. Expiration dates are set in the cookies themselves; some may expire after a few minutes while others may expire after several years.

What cookies does this website use?

This website uses first-party cookies to identify the user and remember browsing preferences such as language or country of access, as well as whether the user accepts or rejects the use of cookies.

This website also uses the following third-party cookies:

  • For advertising cookies:

    – Double Click, Double Click Ad Exchange-Buyer and Google Dynamic Remarketing,

    owned by Google


    – Facebook Custom Audience, which belongs to Facebook.

    ▪ For analytical cookies, Google Analytics, which belongs to Google


    ▪ For social media cookies, Facebook Connect, owned by Facebook.

    ▪ For essential cookies, Google Tag Manager, owned by Google.

The applications used for third-party cookies are the following:

  • Advertising cookies: These cookies allow the website, application or platform to manage its advertising spaces more effectively, targeting the content and frequency of the ads.
  • Analytical/Performance cookies: These cookies allow us or a third party to count the number of users of our website and analyze their browsing patterns, which allows us to measure their use of our website and create statistics that help us improve our services.
  • Social media cookies: These cookies enable and monitor the sharing of content between the website and social networks.
  • Essential cookies: These cookies allow us to optimize the website based on the information gathered through the analytical cookies.

How can I manage cookies?

  • You can modify the settings in your browser to accept, block or delete cookies. The links below provide more information on how to do it for the most frequently used browser engines:
    “o Explorer:

    o Firefox:

    o Chrome:

    o Safari:

    Please note that disabling certain cookies may affect or limit the performance of the website or the services that we are able to provide.