Likewise, the Web will be able to know all the services requested by the users, so that they will be able to facilitate or offer adequate information to the tastes and preferences of each user.
Cookies, depending on their Permanence, can be divided into:
They expire when the user closes the browser.
They expire depending on when the purpose for which they serve is fulfilled (for example, so that the user remains identified in the Services) or when they are manually deleted.
Additionally, depending on their Objective, Cookies can be classified as follows:
This type of Cookie remembers your preferences for the tools found in the services, so you do not have to reconfigure the service each time you visit.
As an example, this typology includes:
These Cookies are used to find out which country you are in when a service is requested. This Cookie is completely anonymous, and is only used to help guide the content to your location.
These are generated once the user has registered or subsequently opened his session, and are used to identify him in the services with the following objectives:
Every time a User visits a service, a tool from an external provider generates an analytical Cookie on the user’s computer. This Cookie, which is only generated during the visit, will serve in future visits to the Web Services to identify the visitor anonymously. The main objectives pursued are:
Important: Unless the user decides to register for a Web service, the “Cookie” will never be associated with any personal data that can identify them. These Cookies will only be used for statistical purposes that help to optimize the User’s experience on the site.
Behavioral advertising cookies
This type of “Cookies” allows you to expand the information of the advertisements shown to each anonymous user in the Web Services. Among others, the duration or frequency of viewing advertising positions, the interaction with them, or the user’s browsing patterns and / or shares are stored as they help to form a profile of advertising interest. In this way, they allow to offer advertising related to the user’s interests.
Third-party advertising cookies
In addition to the advertising managed by the Web on its Services, the Web offers its advertisers the option of serving advertisements through third parties (“AdServers”). In this way, these third parties can store Cookies sent from the Web Services from the Users’ browsers, as well as access the data stored in them.
Normally it is possible to stop accepting browser Cookies, or stop accepting Cookies from a particular Service.
All modern browsers allow you to change the cookie settings. These settings are usually found in the “options” or “preferences” of your browser menu.
Likewise, you can configure your browser or your email manager, as well as install free add-ons to prevent Web Bugs from being downloaded when opening an email.
The Website offers guidance to the User on the steps to access the cookie configuration menu and, where appropriate, private browsing in each of the main browsers:
For more information, you can consult Apple support or browser Help.
The Web may modify this Cookies Policy depending on the legislative and regulatory requirements, or in order to adapt said policy to the instructions issued by the Spanish Data Protection Agency, therefore users are advised to visit it periodically .
When there are significant changes to this Cookies Policy, users will be notified either through the web or via email to registered users.
The cookies we use on our website are:
Strictly Necessary cookies
This cookie is associated with sites using Google Tag Manager to load other scripts and code into a page. Where it is used it may be regarded as Strictly Necessary as without it, other scripts may not function correctly. The end of the name is a unique number which is also an identier for an associated Google Analytics account.
This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics – which is a signicant update to Google’s more commonly used analytics service. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a client identier. It is included in each page request in a site and used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data for the sites analytics reports. By default it is set to expire after 2 years, although this is customisable by website owners.
This cookie name is associated with Google Analytics. It is used by gtag.js and analytics.js scripts and according to Google Analytics this cookie is used to distinguish users.
Cookie assoiated with sites using CloudFlare, used to speed up page load times. According to CloudFlare it is used to override any security restrictions based on the IP address the visitor is coming from. It does not contain any user identication information.
Used by Google AdSense for experimenting with advertisement eciency across websites using their services.
This cookie is widely used my Microsoft as a unique user identier. It can be set by embedded microsoft scripts. Widely believed to sync across many dierent Microsoft domains, allowing user tracking.
Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.
Contains browser and user unique ID combinaton, used for targeted advertising.
This cookie is used by Bing to determine what ads should be shown that may be relevant to the end user perusing the site.