A cookie is a harmless computer file that is stored in your browser and in the temporary files of your computer when you visit any web page. It serves, among other things, so that the website is able to remember your previous visit when you browse again. Cookies usually store technical information (browser, environment ...), personal preferences, personalization, statistics, links to social networks ... The objective is to adapt the content to your profile and needs.
A cookie is neither a virus, nor is it a Trojan, nor does it open pop-up windows or store personal data (DNI, bank accounts ...) or perform computer espionage. Moreover, cookies do not identify you personally, they identify the browser-operating system conjunction with which you access the web. Each browser can support different cookies and store different information depending on its configuration.
The browser is the software responsible for processing cookies, storing them and, where appropriate, deleting them or preventing their installation. Consequently, this website cannot guarantee the correct process of the same by the software used to access it.
You can delete, and even block completely or by domain, the cookies that your browser stores. Remember that this blockage can cause unwanted effects such as not being able to access private areas of the web, share information through social networks, comment on the news or even not be able to make purchases over the internet when unable to access satisfactorily to the shopping cart.
This website uses the following own cookies:
- Session cookies: They are intended to prevent spam and ensure that whoever interacts with the web is a human and not a robot.
- User cookies: They are intended to allow access to the web through username and password, remembering your preferences.
This website uses the following third-party cookies:
- Analytical cookies: Their purpose is to be able to prepare statistics on traffic and visits to this website. These cookies are owned by Google and for any action on them you must contact this company. Google has signed Safe Harbor agreements so that your data, even though they may be stored on servers outside the European Union, will be treated in accordance with Community data protection regulations
Disabling or deleting cookies
You can disable cookies in your browser's browsing preferences at any time. Below we provide you, in a generic way and taking into account that it may vary depending on the installed version, the most common places where you can find the cookie settings in the most popular browsers:
Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings.
Mozilla Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Custom Settings.
Google Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Content settings.
Opera: Settings -> Options -> Advanced -> Cookies.
Safari: Preferences -> Security.
We also remind you that many of the browsers currently available allow private browsing mode, deleting cookies and browsing history once the browser is closed. Contact your software vendor for more information.