According to the provisions of article 22.2 LSSI the Web will only use data storage and recovery small text files (‘Cookies’) when the user has consented to this end as indicated in the browser pop-up banner that appears when user first accesses the Web. Other terms and conditions that users have to know are the following:
Our Cookies Policy purpose is to help the user to understand the use and reason of cookies used as well as the possible options that user has to manage them. Published policy is subject to regular updates.
Users may access to this information at any time trough the link “Privacy and Cookies” enabled on the Web. Users may modify the settings on the acceptance of cookies through their browser options. In the section “Modify settings for cookies” there is more information.
Which options may I choose?
Following actions may be taken:
Accept cookies: cookie notice will not be displayed again when accessing any page of the Web.
Modification of cookies settings: user may delete cookies and change Web browsing settings. This will not prevent cookies warning displays when accessing the Web again.
What is a Cookie?
A “Cookie” is a small text file that a website saves on user’s browser. Cookies enable use and browsing a web page and are essential for the functioning of internet, giving innumerable advantages in providing interactive services.
Thus, for example, are used to manage user session (reducing the number of times entering the password) or to adapt the web content to user preferences, among others.
For more information see
In the document guía sobre el uso de cookies de la Agencia de Protección de Datos
different types of cookies are detailed.
What different types of cookies we use?
1.-Depending on who manages them:
First-party cookies: which are set by the web server of the visited page and share the same domain.
Third-party cookies: stored by a different domain to the visited page’s domain. This different domain is not managed by us but for collaborating entities such as Google Analytics.
2.-Depending on their lifespan:
Session cookies: which are erased when the user closes the browser.
Persistent cookies: which remain on the user’s computer/device and our Web reads them every time a new visit is made. These cookies stop working after a pre-defined period of time.
3.–Depending on their purpose:
Technical cookies: are those that improve browsing and functioning of our Web.
Personalization cookies: are those that allow access to the service with predefined features based on a series of criteria. They are used, for example, to choose the language of the Web.
Analysis cookies: are those that allow to measure and analyze statistically the use made of the service provided. They are used, for example, to know who visits the Web.
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Collect information about users when sharing Web content trough social networks.
Third-party service providers in our domain
Addtoany. It is a service provided by addtonay.com and static.addtonay.com so that users may share web information to social network easily. For more information see https://www.addtoany.com/privacy
Google Analytics. It is a free web analytics service of Google Inc. for web analytical. These cookies collect anonymous data about user’s browsing in order to know the origin of visits, number of visits, keywords used and other statistical data. For more information see https://www.google.com/analytics/
Media6degrees. It is a supplier of analysis of online advertising through social networks. It collects information about user activity on the Web for advertising purposes. For more information see https://media6degrees.com/privacy.php
Modification of cookies settings
User may restrict, block or delete cookies by adjusting his/her browser preferences. User may also turn on private browsing option with which its browser stops storing browsing history, keywords, cookies and other information from the websites visited.
Each browser has different cookies settings. The function “Help” shows how do it, however please fin below direct links to this issue of main browsers:
Please note that blocking cookies may affect all or some of the Web functionalities.