Cookie Policy

Informative note required by Law 34/2002 of Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce.

Definition and function of cookies

Cookies are files that are stored on your device (computer, smartphone, television, tablet) when you visit some websites. They provide websites with information about the user’s browsing habits and can be used to learn about the user.
The user’s browser saves them during the session on the hard disk. On the other hand, they take up very little space and do not damage the user’s computer. Cookies do not store any specific personal information and most are deleted from the hard drive when the browser session is closed.
Most browsers accept cookies as standard and, through security settings, allow or reject temporary and cached cookies.

Types of cookies

By manager:

Own cookies: they are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from equipment managed by the editor itself and used by the user to provide the requested service.
Third-party cookies: they are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from equipment managed by a different editor. Whoever manages the equipment is also responsible for the processing of the data obtained through cookies.

By time of activation:

Session cookies: the data are designed to be collected and stored at the time the user accesses the website.
Permanent cookies: the data collected are stored in the terminal for a certain time. During this time it can be acquired and worked by whoever manages the cookie.

By purpose:

Technical cookies: they allow the user to browse the website, platform or application and use the services offered by the website. Their functions are, for example, to control traffic and data communication, identify the session, access restricted access sites, remember the elements of an order, make the application for registration or participation in an event, use security features while browsing, store content to disseminate videos or sounds or share content through social networks.
Personalization cookies: these allow the user to access the service through a series of predetermined characteristics, either by being in the equipment or by being defined by the user himself, such as the language, the browser with which the user accesses the service, the design of the selected contents, the geolocation of the terminal and the configuration of the region of access to the service.
Analysis cookies: they allow to follow and analyze the user’s behavior on the web. The information collected through this type of cookies is used to measure the activity of the website, application or platform, as well as to draw up user browsing profiles in order to introduce improvements to the service in view of the use of the service by users.
Advertising cookies: they allow to effectively manage the advertising inserted on the website or application, taking into account, for example, the edited content or the frequency of the advertisements.
Behavioral advertising cookies: allow effective management of advertising placed on the website or application. In this case, through observation, they store information about the user’s behavior to develop a specific user profile and show one or another type of advertising based on that profile.

Cookies stored on the web:

Analytics cookies.
In addition to the essential technical and customization cookies, this website will save:
List of cookies used:

Cookie Type Purpose
_utmc Google Analytics Statistical measurement of web usage
_utma Google Analytics Statistical measurement of web usage
_utmb Google Analytics Statistical measurement of web usage
_utmz Google Analytics Statistical measurement of web usage

Configuration and deconfiguration of cookies

We inform you that the browser can be configured to discard or accept cookies, as well as to delete cookies once the browser, computer or device is closed.
Cookies are configured in the most widespread browsers as follows:
Firefox>Tools>Selections>Privacy >Privacy >History >Custom settings.
Google Chrome>Settings>Show advanced options>Privacy>Content settings>Cookies.