- Cookies are never accepted.
- The browser asks the user if each cookie should be accepted or not.
- Cookies are always accepted.
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We use and/or link to social networks to improve your social experience. The different services that we use install the following cookies:
- Facebook: reg_fb_ref, reg_fb_gate, locale, datr
- Twitter: guest_id
- Google+: NID
- Youtube: PREF, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC
We do not use google analytics.
Disablement or elimination of cookies.
You can exercise your right to disable or eliminate cookies from this website at any time. These actions can be taken differently depending on the browser you are using. Here is a brief guide for the most popular browsers:
Web beacons (also known as web bugs) may be embedded in this website too. Web beacons tend to be small 1×1 pixel, visible or invisible images, embedded in the source code of the pages of a website. Web beacons serve and are used similarly to cookies. In addition, web beacons tend to be used to measure user traffic to a website and to ascertain the types of website users. You can find more information about web beacons at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_beacon
What is a cookie?
A cookie is an inoffensive text file stored on your browser when you visit almost any website. Amongst other uses, cookies enable the website to remember your visit when you browse that website again. They store information about the user and the website itself, such as their user name and password so they do not have to enter it on every page, and preferences with regard to the settings or customisation of the website.
¿What a cookie is NOT
It is not a virus, or a Trojan, or a worm, or spam, or spyware, or a pop-up window.
What information does a cookie store?
Cookies do not store sensitive information about you, such as credit cards or bank details, photographs, your ID card or personal information, etc. The details they store are of a technical nature, or relate to personal preferences, content customisation, remembering fields for filling in forms, and so on. The web server does not associate you as a person rather as a web browser. In fact, if you normally browse with Internet Explorer, for example, and try to browse on the same website with Firefox or Chrome, you will see that the website does not know you are the same person because, in reality, it is associating the visit with the browser not with the person.
What types of cookies are there?
- Technical cookies – They are the most basic and enable the website using them to function correctly. Without these, the website would not work normally. They are necessary for operating user systems, comments or the personal settings of a website.
- Analysis cookies – They gather statistical information about website visitors (pages most visited, type of user device, traffic sources). It is very valuable information for a website owner as it enables them to improve their website and make the relevant changes depending on the type of visitor or the manner in which they browse the website. Most websites use Google Analytics for this purpose.
- Advertising cookies – They show advertising depending on your browsing, your country of origin, language, preferences in terms of topics, etc. A lot of companies offer this internet advertising service and their cookies policy may vary.
What are own cookies and third party cookies?
Own cookies are those created by the website you are visiting, generally technical cookies, necessary for the proper operation of the website and so that the user has a good browsing experience. Third party cookies are those generated by external services or providers such as Facebook or Twitter, with widgets from their social networks or buttons to share content from the website, or Google when it comes to offering web analytics. These are just some examples of third party cookies as any cookie that does not belong to the domain of the website itself is a third party cookie.
What happens if I disable cookies?
So that you can understand the effect that disabling cookies can have, we will share some examples with you.
- You will not be able to share content from that website on Facebook, Twitter or any other social network.
- The website will not be able to adapt the content to your personal preferences, as tends to occur with online stores.
- You will not be able to access the personal area of that website, such as for example, ‘My account’, ‘My profile’ or ‘My orders’.
- It will not be possible to personalise your geographical preferences such as time zone, currency or language.
- The website will not be able to perform web analytics on visitors and traffic on the website, making it difficult for the website to be competitive.
- You will not be able to write on the blog, you will not be able to upload photos, publish comments, value or rate content.
- The website will not be able to know if you are a human or an automated application that publishes spam.
- It will not be possible to show sectorial advertising, which will reduce the website’s advertising revenue.
Can you delete cookies?
Yes. Not only can you delete them, you can also block them in general or specifically for a domain in particular. To delete cookies from a website you should access your browser’s settings and search for the cookies associated with the domain in question, then delete them.
Cookies settings for the most popular browsers
Below we will explain how to access the cookies settings in the most popular web browsers on the market. Steps may vary depending on the version of the browser you are using.
- Click on the File menu or on the customisation icon that appears top right, and go to Settings or Preferences.
- You will see different sections, click on the option Show advanced settings.
- Go to Privacy, and then Content settings. Click on All cookies and site data.
- A list will appear with all of the cookies organised by domain. In order to make it easier for you to find the cookies for a specific domain, enter all or part of the address in the Search cookies field.
- After applying this filter, one or several rows will appear on the screen with the cookies from the website requested.
- Now you just have to select the row and click on the ‘X’ to delete it.
- Go to Tools, Internet Options.
- Click on Privacy.
- Move the slider until you have adjusted it to the level of privacy you want.
- Go to Options or Preferences depending on your operating system.
- Click on Privacy.
- In History, click on Use custom settings for history.
- You will now see the option Accept cookies, you can activate it or deactivate it depending on your preferences.
Safari (for OS X):
- Go to Preferences, and then Privacy.
- Here you will see the option Block cookies so that you can adjust the type of block you would like to add.
Safari (for iOS):
- Go to Settings, then Safari.
- Go to Privacy and Security, you will see the option Block cookies so that you can adjust the type of block you would like to add.
Android native browser:
- Open the browser and click on the Menu button, and then Settings.
- Go to Security and Privacy, you will see the option Accept cookies – tick the box to activate it or leave it without a tick to deactivate it.
Internet Explorer (for Windows Phone):
- Open Internet Explorer, then More, then Settings.
- Now you can click on the box Enable cookies to activate it or not.