Definition and purpose
A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your computer, tablet, smartphone or any other device (hereinafter, device) when you access our website. Cookies help us anonymously store and recover information about your browsing habits and the equipment used to access the site.
The information stored relates to the number of pages visited, where the site is accessed, the number of new users, the frequency and the recurrence of the visits, the time spent on the website, as well as the browser and computer used to access the website or launch the application. In short, cookies usually store technical and statistical information related to the use of the website.
What cookies does our website use?
We use first-party cookies. They are placed in your computer by a domain or device managed by us.
We use third-party cookies. They are placed in your computer by a domain or device that is not managed by us, but by another company that processes the data obtained by the cookies.
Below we detail how the cookies on this website are used in order to provide you with as much information as possible.
- Session cookies: This is a type of technical cookie that keeps the user’s session open while they browse the website. It also enables us to customise the content presented to the user. They expire when the user exits the browser.
- Remarketing: These cookies help tailor marketing campaigns based on users’ browsing habits. They expire after 6 months.
- In both cases, Google is the provider of these cookies. If you wish to exercise any right regarding these cookies, you should contact Google directly. Google is a company based in Delaware, with headquarters at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States.
How to disable or delete cookies
You may exercise your right to disable or delete the cookies used by this website at any time. The process for disabling and deleting cookies will depend on your web browser:
The following videos were created by the Spanish Data Protection Agency to show users how to adjust the privacy settings on various platforms and devices [in Spanish]:
- Web browsers are responsible for the storage of cookies; hence it is in these web browsers that users should exercise their right to disable or delete the cookies. Neither this website nor its legal representatives can guarantee that said browsers will or will not process the cookies correctly.
- In the case of the cookies used by Google Analytics, bear in mind that the company stores the cookies in servers located in the United States of America and does not share the information with third-parties except where necessary for system performance reasons or where obliged to by law. According to Google, your IP address is not stored. Google Inc. has adhered to the safe harbour agreement that ensures all transferred data will be processed with a protection level in compliance with the standards set by the European legislation.