A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your IT device when you access certain websites. Among other things, cookies allows a website to store and recover information relating to a User’s browsing habits and equipment. Depending on the information gathered and the way in which the equipment is used, they may be used to recognise the user’s equipment.
However, cookies only obtain information relating to the number of pages visited, the city to which the IP address being used to access the site is assigned, the number of new Users, the frequency of visits and the number of repeat visits, the time of each visit, the browser or operating system and the kind of terminal used to make each visit. They never collect data on the User’s name or the postal address from which the User has connected to the site.
The cookies used on this Website are analytical cookies. Analytical cookies are cookies which are processed either by us or by third parties and which allow us to calculate the number of users and study their browsing habits, which in turn allows us to make a statistical measurement and analysis of the way users use the site. The way they browse our website is therefore analysed with the aim of improving its content and offering an enhanced service. The application that we use for this purpose is Google Analytics, which is owned by Google. Google may also use the data collected in order to improve its own services and to offer services to other companies. Click on the following link to find out more information:
Cookies may be authorised, blocked or removed from your device using the options settings in your browser. You can find information on how to do this on the most commonly used browsers by following the links shown below:
- Internet Explorer:http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9
However, we would remind you that it is possible that disabling some cookies may impede or prevent browsing or the provision of some of the services offered on this Website.