Purpose of this document
Prior information and consent
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the terminal equipment of an Internet user as a result of their access and navigation through certain web pages, allowing to store and retrieve information. This information is very varied. They mainly obtain information about the browsing habits of the user or their equipment, the way they use it, etc. All this with the purpose of improving the navigation on the page, knowing the user better and being able to offer a personalized experience during the visit to it. In any case, you can delete cookies or manage them at any time. See section 5 of this document.
Cookie classes and what they are used for
In case of having your consent, the cookies that will be installed in your terminal as a result of your access and navigation through the website are:
4.1. According to its purpose:
- Personalization cookies: these are those that allow adapting the web to some general preset characteristics such as the language, the browser used or the region from which it is accessed.
- Technical cookies: they serve the task of providing fluidity and comfort while browsing the page, as well as providing it with security. For example, they allow you to identify the session of a registered user.
- Analysis cookies: they allow to obtain information oriented to the statistical analysis of the use that Internet users make of the page. Thus, they let you know what search terms users used to reach the page.
4.2. Depending on the origin of the cookies used on the Website we can divide them into:
Technical and personalization cookies: we use various cookies necessary to guarantee the proper functioning of the website.
Analysis cookies: The owner may place cookies in his terminal to obtain an analysis of his navigation through it in order to improve the website.
Third-party cookies from domains outside the holder.
Facebook cookies: As a consequence of the existence of Facebook functionalities on the website and to allow them to function properly, the latter may place cookies in its terminal.
Manage cookies How to disable cookies?
By the mere fact of continuing browsing the website without deactivating cookies you accept the location and use of them in your terminal. In addition, if you oppose the moment in which the website informs you of the existence of the use of this technology, you can configure your browser so that you do not install these cookies, delete them and, in general, manage them at any time through the functions of your browser intended for this purpose. Here is a list of links on the steps to follow for the activation, deactivation, deletion and management of cookies depending on each browser:
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=es
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9
Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-que-los-sitios-we
In general, it will be necessary to open the browser from which you normally access the Internet, click on the “Settings”, “Tools”, “Preferences” or similar button, then click on cookies and, from there, choose the preferred option with respect to them. The procedure is similar in case you are browsing through a tablet or smartphone, and will depend on the browser used or the configuration menus of each terminal, which will allow you to determine if, by default, cookies will be accepted or rejected, as well as manage its elimination. If your browser is not in the list above please consult the official website of the same.