Legal Notes

Our website uses cookies. Cookies are small text files generated by the web pages you visit, containing session data which may be useful later on in the website. Thus this website remembers information about your visit, which may facilitate your next visit and helps us to make the Web site more useful. 

How Do Cookies Work? 

Cookies can only store text, which is normally anonymous and encrypted. No personal information is stored in a cookie, nor can a cookie be associated with an identity or identifiable person. 

The data allows this Website to keep your information within its pages, and also to analyze how to interact with the website. Cookies are safe as they can only store the information that is put there by the browser, which is that which the user inputed into the browser or included in the page request. You can not run the code and it can not be used to access your computer. If a site encrypts cookie data, only the website can read this information. 

What kinds of cookies do we use? 

The cookies used by this website can be distinguished by the following criteria:

 

1 The types of cookies that depend on the entity managing them:

 

Depending on who the entity operating the computer or domain from which cookies are sent and the data obtained is treated, we can distinguish: 

Own cookies: those that are sent to the user's terminal from a computer or domain managed by the editor himself, and from which the service requested by the user is provided.Third Party Cookies: Those that are sent to the user's terminal from a machine or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by another entity which deals with the data obtained through cookies. 

In the event that the cookies are installed from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself but the information collected by these is managed by a third party, these cannot be considered as own cookies.

2 Types of cookies depending on the time period in which they are active: 

According to the time during which they are active in the equipment of the terminal we can distinguish: 

Session Cookies: These are a type of cookies designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page. They are often used to store information which is only useful to preserve in order to provide the service requested by the user on an one-off occasion (e.g. a list of purchased products). 

Persistent Cookies: The type of cookies in which the data is kept stored in the terminal and can be accessed and dealt with during a defined period of time by the head of the cookie,  which can range from a few minutes to several years. 

3 Types of cookies depending on their purpose: 

Depending on the purpose for which the data collected through the cookies is used for, we can distinguish between: 

Technical Cookies: Those which allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform, or application, and the use of any options or services which exist within it, for example, to control traffic and data communication, identify sessions, access restricted areas, remember the elements of an order, execute the buying process of an order, make an application for registration or participation in an event, use of security features while browsing, and storing content for broadcasting videos or sound or sharing content through social networks. 

Personalised Cookies: Those that allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics based on a predefined set of criteria in the user´s terminal such language, type of browser through which user accesses the service , the coordinates from which you access the service, etc. 

Analytical cookies: Cookies that allow those who are responsable for them to monitor and analyze the behavior of users of the web sites they are linked to. The information gathered through such cookies is used to measure the activity of the web, application or platform sites and to profile the user navigation of these sites, applications and platforms, in order to make improvements based on analysis of usage data of the users of this service.

 

Management Tool Cookies 

This website uses Google Analytics. 

Google Analytics is a free web analysis tool from Google that primarily allows website owners to know how users interact with your website. It also enables cookies in the domain of the site where you are and uses a set of cookies called "__utma" and "__utmz" to collect information anonymously and report on trends of websites without identifying individual users. 

For usage statistics of this website we use cookies in order to know the level of recurring visitors and the content which is most interesting. This way we can concentrate our efforts on improving the most visited areas and help the user to find what they are looking for with more ease. This Web can use information for assessments and statistical calculations on anonymized data, to ensure continuity of service and to make improvements to their websites. For details, please see the privacy policy on the link below [http://www.google.com/intl/es/policies/privacy/] 

How to manage cookies on your computer: Disabling and deleting cookies 

All Internet browsers allow you to limit the behavior of a cookie or disable cookies within your settings or browser options. The steps for doing so are different for each browser, you can find instructions in the help menu of your browser. 

If you decline the use of cookies, which are possible to reject through menus or preferences of your browser settings, this website will still function properly without the use of them. 

You can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your computer by configuring your browser options installed on your computer 

For more information about Internet Explorer click here or on how to block, enable, or allow cookies click here.

 

For more information on Chrome click here.
For more information on Safari click here.
For more information on Firefox click here.

 

Through your browser, you can also see the cookies that are on your computer, and delete them as you see fit. Cookies are text files, you can open and read the contents. The data within them is almost always encrypted with a numeric key corresponding to an Internet session so they do not make sense outside of the website that wrote it. 

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