What is a cookie ?
A cookie is a small file of information created by the website you visit and stores information on the user's computer to provide access to
What information we provide cookies?
Specifically our cookies provide us with the following information:
(I) The domain name of the provider that provides network access. For example, if your provider is XXX we will only identify with the domain xxx.es. This allows us to compile statistics on the countries and servers that most frequently visit our website.
(II) The date and time you access our Web site and how long it remains each user. This allows us to check times more traffic and make the necessary adjustments to avoid saturation.
(III) The Internet address from which the link that leads to our website. With this data, we can know the effectiveness of different banners and links pointing to our server, to promote those that offer better results, in order to meet the information needs of our users.
(Iv) The number of daily visitors to each content. This lets us know the most successful areas and increase and improve their content so that users obtain a more satisfactory information. The information collected is completely anonymous, which means it can not be associated to a specific user.
(V) The language chosen by each user on their first visit to the Website and the restricted space.
(VI) Security elements involved in controlling access to restricted areas.
(VII) The user activity within the Web site: links and places clicks, pages visited, searches, etc. This allows us to enhance the functionality of the Web site and make it more attractive and useful to the user.
The information that we have access through cookies allows us to personalize the content based on the interests of users, but in any case, cookies allow us to obtain our personal data, nor can they read data or other cookies exist on the user's computer.
Types of cookies
On the website the following types of cookies are used: • According to the entity that manages:
(I) Treasury: These are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
(Ii) third parties: Those that are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher himself, but by another entity seeking traces the data obtained from cookies. • Depending on the length of time they remain active:
(II) Session cookies: Cookies are a type designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a website. Expire once the user leaves the website.
(Ii) Persistent Cookies: A type of cookies in which the data are still stored in the terminal and can be accessed and treated over a period of time defined by the head of the cookie, and can range from a few minutes to a few years . • According to its purpose:
(Iii) Technical Cookies: allow the user to navigate through the website and use of its different options and services.
(III) Cookies Analysis: To quantify the number of users and time of connection thereof and perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made of the services offered in order to improve the supply offered to the users.
(IIIi) advertising Cookies: Allows management of advertising space.
(Iv) behavioral advertising cookies: These cookies store information on user behavior, which has been obtained through continuous monitoring of their surfing habits.
(V) Session cookies: Session cookies allow users to be recognized on a website so that any changes you make, article selections or enter data that is remembered from one to another page.
At any time , you can prevent the installation of cookies on your computer using the corresponding option in their browser ( Help function ) , but in that case we can not assure the proper functioning of the different functionalities of the Website.
Here you have the links to the management and cookie blocking depending on the browser you use: • Internet Explorer: