1. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a small piece of text that websites you visit store on your browser and which allows the Website to remember information about your visit – such as your preferred language and other options – so that your next visit is easier and the site is more useful to you. Cookies play a very important role and contribute to a better User browsing experience.
2. TYPES OF COOKIE
Depending on the entity that manages the domain from which the cookies are sent and the way in which the data obtained is processed, there are two main types of cookie: (i) own cookies and (ii) third party cookies. There is also a second classification that is based on the period of time they remain stored within the User/Customer’s browser: (i) session cookies and (ii) persistent cookies. Lastly, there is a further classification that has five types of cookies according to the purpose for which the data is processed: (i) technical cookies, (ii) personalisation cookies, (iii) analytics cookies, (iv) advertising cookies, and (v) behavioural advertising cookies. For further information on this matter, please refer to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos) guide to using cookies.
3. COOKIES USED ON THE WEBSITE
The following cookies are used on this website along with their type and function:
The Website uses Google Analytics: a web analytics service developed by Google, which allows website browsing to be measured and analysed. You will be able to see cookies from this service in your browser. According to the above typology, these are own cookies, session cookies and analytics cookies.
Web analytics provide information about the number of users accessing the Website, the number of pages viewed, the frequency and repetition of visits, their duration, the browser used, the operator providing the service, the language, the device used and the city your IP address is assigned to. Information that enables a better and more appropriate service by this website.
To ensure anonymity, Google will anonymise your information by truncating the IP address before it is stored. Thus means that Google Analytics is not used to locate or collect personally identifiable information from visitors to the Website. Google may only forward the information collected by Google Analytics to third parties to the extent that it is legally obliged to do so. Under Google Analytics’ Terms of Service, Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.
4. ACCEPTING COOKIES POLICY