COOKIES POLICY

CONCEPT OF COOKIES

While navigating through our website, we may collect information regarding the flow of traffic, as well as visiting patterns of the pages of our domain. Said information will be treated through cookies (small amounts of information in text format that the Page sends to the User’s computer or equipment while visiting it).

The purpose of the use of Cookies is to customize access to the website with the purpose of improving navigation and its conditions of functionality.

On this website we comply with the provisions of the Law on Services of the Information Society, a regulation that has included the transposition of Directive 2009/136/CE, known as the “Cookies Act”.

A cookie is a small text file, which is stored on your computer, tablet, and mobile phone or, in short, on the device you use to browse the Internet, and which can store information relative to the frequency with which you visit the websites, your browsing preferences, the information that interests you the most, user names, register products, etc.

In our case, the cookies we use on our website do not collect information that identifies you personally.

 

TYPES OF COOKIES

 

Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified into:

  • “Session Cookies “or” Persistent Cookies “: the first ones are deleted when the browser is closed, while the second ones remain in the computer.
  • “Own cookies” or “Third party cookies”: depending on whether they belong to the owner of the website, or to a third party.

 

WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE?

 

 

Name of cookieDescription/PurposeOriginDuration
_gaThis cookie is used to count how many times a user visits the site. It also records when it was the first and last time you visited the web.Own cookieTwo years from its installation or update
_gatThis cookie is used to know the browsing time. Record the arrival time to the page.Own cookieOne year from its installation or update
_gidThis cookie is used to distinguish users in Google Analytics.Own cookieSession / 24 hours
PHPSESSIDIt is a cookie generated by applications based on PHP. Its purpose is to identify a user by a random number, thus maintaining the status of registered between the pagesOwn cookieAt the end of the browsing session
pll_languageCookie used to identify and save the chosen language for browsing, remembering it for the next time the user enters the page.Own cookieOne year from its installation or update
langThis cookie helps determine the user’s browser language settings to provide more relevant information in the correct languageThird party cookie (cdn.syndication.twimg.com)Two weeks from its installation or update n
DSID / IDEThey are advertising cookies; they are used to improve advertising and guide advertising according to the content that is relevant to a user, avoiding showing ads that the user has already seenThird party cookie  (doubleclick.net)Two weeks from its installation or update
actCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. Site identifier and cookies to share content.Third party cookie (facebook.com)At the end of the browsing session
c_userCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. It is used together with the cookie xs to authenticate your identity on Facebook.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)One year from its installation or update
datrCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. Identify browsers for security and integrity of the site.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)Two years from its installation or update
frCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. It is the main advertising cookie of Facebook. It is used to offer, analyse and improve the relevance of the ads.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)Two months from its installation or update
plCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. It is used to register that a device or a browser initiated session through the platform.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)Three months from its installation or update
presenceCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. Site identifier and cookies to share content.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)At the end of the browsing session
sbCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. Identifies the browser for login authentication purposes.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)Two years from its installation or update
spinCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. Site identifier and cookies to share content.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)24 hours from its installation or update
wdCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. Site identifier and cookies to share content.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)One week from its installation or update
xsCookies necessary for the social complement of Facebook. It is used together with the c_user cookie to authenticate your identity on Facebook.Third party cookie   (facebook.com)Four weeks from its installation or update
1P_JARThis analytical cookie serves to personalize the ads according to the interests of navigation. Transfer information about browsing to GoogleThird party cookie   (google.com)One month from its installation or update
SID, HSID, APISID, SAPISID, SSIDCookies used to view geographical locations, share in addition to the cookies that Google requires if you keep the active session with your account, managed entirely by GoogleThird party cookie   (google.com)Two years from its installation or update
DVCookie created by Google that is used to personalize the ads that are displayed in Google services, such as Google Search, especially when you are not logged in to GoogleThird party cookie   (google.com)At the end of the browsing session
NIDCookie created by Google that is used to personalize the ads that are displayed in Google services, such as Google Search, especially when you have not logged in to Google.Third party cookie   (google.com)Six months from its installation or update
OGPCCookie created by Google that is used to personalize the ads that are displayed in Google services, such as Google Search, especially when you are not logged in to GoogleThird party cookie   (google.com)One month from its installation or update
SIDCCThis cookie is used by Google to provide services and extract anonymous information about browsing.Third party cookie   (google.com)Three months from its installation or update
_gaThis cookie is used to count how many times a user visits the site. It also records when it was the first and last time you visited the web.Third party cookie   (twitter.com)Two years from its installation or update
eu_cnTechnical cookie used to identify the site and to share content using Twitter.Third party cookie   (twitter.com)One year from its installation or update
external_refererTechnical cookie used to identify the site and to share content using Twitter.Third party cookie   (twitter.com)One week from its installation or update
guest_idTechnical cookie used to identify the site and to share content using Twitter.Third party cookie   (twitter.com)Two years from its installation or update
personalization_idTechnical cookie used to identify the site and to share content using Twitter.Third party cookie   (twitter.com)Two years from its installation or update
tfw_expThis cookie is established for the integration of Twitter and training the exchange on social networksThird party cookie   (twitter.com)Two years from its installation or update

 

HOW TO REJECT COOKIES?

You can set your browser to accept or reject the installation of all, or some type of cookie, or to request that you be notified when a cookie is placed.

Each browser has specific configuration instructions. Below we provide the links with the information concerning the most common browsers:

 

CHANGES IN COOKIES POLICY

We may update the Cookies Policy of our Website, so we recommend you to review this policy each time you access our Website in order to be adequately informed about how and why we use cookies.