Cookies, or end terminal data recovery and storage files, are files send by a website to a user’s browser that are automatically stored on the user’s computer so that the website in question can consult prior activity by the user and “recognise” them.
Cookies can also record other types of personal information, such as a user’s password so that the user is not required to re-enter this information each time they visit the website, or their preferences in terms of the configuration of a website (language, screen resolution, etc.), among other things.
Cookies are essential to the operation of the Internet as they provide countless advantages when providing interactive services by facilitating the browsing experience and the usability of websites. Cookies cannot harm your computer and help identify and resolve errors when activated.
In short, a cookie is nothing more than a set of browsing data stored on the user’s computer that websites detect and recognise in order to “remember” said browsing activity.
- _Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that remain in the cookies archive of your browser until you leave the website, meaning that none of them are stored on the user’s hard drive beyond that. The information obtained from these cookies is used to analyse traffic trends on the website. In the long term, this allows us to provide a better experience, improve the content and facilitate its use.
- _Permanent cookies: these are stored on the hard drive and our website reads them each time you return to the website. A permanent cookie has a specific expiration date. The cookie will cease to function beyond that date.
- Below is a list of the main cookies used on our website:
- _Strictly necessary cookies, such as those used for correct browsing or those that enable the provision of services requested by the user, or cookies that help ensure that the content on a page of the website is loaded efficiently.
- _Third-party cookies, such as those used by social media networks or external content accessories.
- _Analytical cookies, which serve regular maintenance purposes and are aimed at guaranteeing the best possible service for the user. Websites usually make use of “analytical” cookies to gather statistical data on activity.
- _Behavioural advertising cookies are those that store information about the behaviour of users obtained via the ongoing observation of user browsing habits, which enables a profile to be developed and personalised advertising to be displayed.
Additional Guarantees – Cookie management:
All Internet browsers allow the behaviour of a cookie to be limited or cookies to be deactivated entirely within the settings or options menu of the browser. The steps for doing this are different for each browser, but instructions can be found in your specific browser’s help menu.
If you would like information on how to block or deactivate cookies from our website, please click on one of the following links depending on which browser you use: