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What are cookies?
Cookies are small files which some platforms, such as websites, may install on your computer, smart phone, tablet or television, on accessing the same. They have many different functions: they can store your browsing preferences, collect statistical information, allow certain technical functions, store and recover information on the browsing habits or preferences of a user or of a device, up to the point where, on some occasions, depending on the information they contain and on the way the device is used, they can even recognise the user. A cookie is stored on a computer to personalise and make browsing as easy as possible for the user. Cookies are only associated with one user and their computer and do not make it possible to retrieve the user’s personal information. The user will be able to configure their browser so that it notifies or rejects the installation of cookies sent by the website.
Why are they important?
Cookies are useful for various reasons. From a technical point of view, they allow websites to function in a more agile way and in a way which has been adapted to the user’s preferences such as by storing their language or the currency used in their country of residence. In addition, they help website managers to improve the services they are offering, thanks to the statistical information they collect. Lastly, they can make the advertising shown on the website more efficient which means that services can be offered free of charge.
When browsing this website, the following types of cookies may be installed:
- Performance enhancing cookies: This type of cookies saves the user’s preferences for certain tools or services so that these do not need to be reconfigured every time they visit the site and in some cases, these can be provided by third parties. Some examples of these cookies are: adjusting the volume of audio-visual players, preferences on the order of articles or compatible video playing speeds. In the case of e-commerce, they make it possible to store information on the user’s shopping basket.
- Statistical analysis cookies: These are cookies which, when either treated by this site or by a third party, can count the number of visitors to the site and statistically analyse how users our using our services. Thanks to these cookies browsing habits can be studied and then the products or services offered can be improved. These cookies will not be associated to any personal data which could identify the user; the information on browsing habits is provided anonymously.
How can I configure my preferences?
The user can allow, block or eliminate the cookies installed on their device by configuring their internet browser options.
The following links provide information on how to change your preferences on the main internet browsers:
– Safari para IOS (iPhone, iPad)
You can also visit the Your Online Choices website which provides useful information on configuring your preferences on different providers and your preferences regarding publicity cookies from third parties.
What happens if cookies are disabled?
Apart from the use of our own cookies, this website allows third parties to establish cookies and access them on your computer. By browsing this website you also consent to the use of these companies’ cookies.