What are cookies

Cookies are small text files that a website saves in your computer or mobile device throught the browser when you visit. Placing these files in your device helps the system to recognise it the next time you access the page again, retaining only information regarding the users' preferences while navigating the web and no personal data whatsoever.

What are cookies used for

Cookies are commonly used to help the user's browsing experience and provide more information about the user's experience and interests (without the need to store personal data). This information is generally used to make content, services and advertising more relevant and useful during future visits.

What cookies does our website have

Strictly necessary cookies (service cookies): these allow users to navigate our website and use its applications, as well as access the safe areas of our site. Without these cookies, many services on our webpage cannot be provided.

Analytical cookies: These allow us to count and recognise the number of visitors on our webpage, and also help us make statistics on which particular areas of our page gather more visits so we can improve it.

Functional cookies: these cookies allow us to improve the service we offer you by allowing your information to be carried across pages so you don't have to be re-entering certain data, like your username, per example, constantly; and also by recognising your preferences regarding a certain type of product to see.

Cookies of thirds: Analyse the success of apps and how efficient adds of third parties are.

Advertising cookies: These direct the advertising you see based on the users' interests, limitating for example, the number of times the user watches an ad. They help to evaluate how efficient an ad may be and how clear the websites organic view is and whether it works well or not.

These types of cookies may be:

Persistent cookies: cookies which are stored in your device(s) through your browser. They start running everytime a new visit on our website is made and help to direct the user's navigation towards their interests.

Session cookies: These are called temporary cookies; they are kept in your browser until you leave your site. These cookies analyse your online traffic interests, which allows us to identify problems and improve online navigation.

How to manage cookies

All browsers allow the user to accept, refuse or delete cookies through its definitions.

By deactivating some cookies, some services on our website may stop working properly, afecting parcial or completely the navigation.

Internet Explorer

1) Click on the menu "Tools" and choose "Internet options";

2) Select "Privacy" > "Advanced" > "Block all cookies";

Mozilla Firefox

1) Click on "Tools";

2) Select "Options";

3) Select "Privacy"

4) On "History" select "Remove cookies individually";

5) Delete what you want to. Save options.

Google Chrome

If you remove cookies, you'll be signed out of websites and your saved preferences could be deleted.

1) On your computer, open Chrome.

2) At the top-right, click "More" > "Settings".

3) At the bottom, click "Show advanced settings".

4) In the 'Privacy' section, click "Content settings".

5) Under 'Cookies', click "All cookies and site data".

6) At the top-right, click "Remove all".

7) At the bottom-right, click "Done".


1) To clear your history and cookies, click "Settings" > "Safari" > "Clear History and Website Data".

2) To clear your cookies and keep your history, click "Settings" > "Safari" > "Advanced" > "Website Data" > "Remove All Website Data".

You can turn private browsing on or off, whether you'd like to visit sites without leaving a history.

To Block all cookies, click "Settings" > "Safari" > "Block All Cookies".


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