Cookie Policy

This website uses its own and third-party ‘cookies’ to provide you with a better experience and service. By browsing or using our services, the user accepts the use we make of ‘cookies’. However, the user has the option to prevent the generation of ‘cookies’ and their removal by selecting the corresponding option in their browser. If you block the use of ‘cookies’ in your browser, some services or functionalities of the website may not be available.

What is a ‘cookie’?

A ‘cookie’ is a small piece of text that websites send to the browser and that is stored on the user’s device, which can be a personal computer, a mobile phone, a tablet, etc. These files allow the website to remember information about your visit, such as language and preferred options, which can facilitate your next visit and make the site more useful by personalizing its content. ‘Cookies’ play a very important role in improving the user’s web experience.

How are ‘cookies’ used?

By browsing this website, the user is accepting that ‘cookies’ can be installed on their device, allowing us to know the following information:

  • Statistical information on the use of the website.
  • The user’s ‘login’ to keep the session active on the website.
  • The preferred format of the website for access from mobile devices.
  • The last searches made on the services of the website and personalization data for these services.
  • Information about the ads shown to the user. Information from surveys in which the user has participated.
  • Connection data with social networks for users who access with their Facebook or Twitter user.

Types of ‘cookies’ used

This website uses both temporary session ‘cookies’ and permanent ‘cookies’. Session ‘cookies’ store data only while the user accesses the website, and permanent ‘cookies’ store data on the user’s device to be accessed and used in more than one session.

According to the purpose for which the data obtained through ‘cookies’ are processed, the website can use:

Technical ‘cookies’

These allow the user to navigate through the website or application and use the different options or services that exist on it. For example, control traffic and data communication, identify the session, access the restricted access parts of the website, remember the elements that make up an order, make the request for registration or participation in an event, use security elements during browsing, and store content for the broadcast of videos or sound.

Personalization ‘cookies’

These allow the user to access the service with some general predefined characteristics on their terminal or that the user defines. For example, the language, the type of browser through which they access the service, the selected content design, the geolocation of the terminal, and the regional configuration from which they access the service.

Advertising ‘cookies’

These allow the effective management of the advertising spaces that have been included in the website or application from which the service is provided. They allow the adaptation of the content of the ads to be relevant to the user and to avoid showing ads that the user has already seen.

Statistical analysis ‘cookies’

These allow the tracking and analysis of user behavior on websites. The information collected through this type of ‘cookie’ is used in the measurement of the website’s activity, application, or platform and for the profiling of user navigation, in order to introduce improvements in the service based on the usage data made by users.

Third-party ‘cookies’

On some websites, third-party ‘cookies’ can be installed that allow the management and improvement of the services offered. For example, statistical services from Google Analytics and Comscore.

How to manage ‘cookies’ in your browser?

The user has the option to allow, block, or delete the ‘cookies’ installed on their device by configuring the options in the browser installed on their terminal:

To adjust permissions related to ‘cookies’ in the Google Chrome browser:

  • Click on the menu located on the toolbar.
  • Select Settings.
  • Click on Show advanced options.
  • In the ‘Privacy’ section, click the Content settings button.
  • In the ‘Cookies’ section, you can configure the options.

More information about Google Chrome

To adjust permissions related to ‘cookies’ in the Mozilla Firefox browser:

  • At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Tools menu.
  • Select Options.
  • Select the Privacy panel.
  • In the Firefox option, you can choose Use custom settings for history to configure the options.

More information about Mozilla Firefox

To adjust permissions related to ‘cookies’ in the Internet Explorer 9 browser:

  • At the top of the Internet Explorer window, click on the Tools menu.
  • Select the Security tab and use the Delete Browsing History option to delete ‘cookies’.
  • Enable the ‘Cookies‘ check box, and then click Delete.
  • Select the Security tab and access Settings. Move the slider up to block all ‘cookies’ or down to allow all ‘cookies’. After that, click OK.

More information about Internet Explorer 9

If you block the use of ‘cookies’ in your browser, some services or functionalities of the website may not be available.

In some browsers, specific rules can be set to manage ‘cookies’ by site, which offers more precise control over privacy. This means that ‘cookies’ can be disabled for all sites except those in which the user trusts.