Users can access this information at any time through the link enabled on the website. They can also modify preferences regarding the acceptance of cookies through their browser settings.
WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A "cookie" is a small text file that a website stores in the user's browser. Cookies facilitate the use and navigation of a website and are essential for the functioning of the internet, providing countless advantages with the provision of interactive services.
Cookies are used, for example, to manage the user's session (reducing the number of times the password needs to be entered), improve the services offered, or tailor the contents of a web page to their preferences.
Cookies can be "session cookies", which are deleted once the user leaves the website that generates them, or "persistent cookies", which remain on their computer until a certain date.
Likewise cookies can be "first-party cookies", that is, managed by the domain that the user accesses and from which they request a specific service (in this case, domains owned by the company) or "third-party cookies", sent to the user's device from a domain different from the one being accessed.
Disabling these cookies by blocking cookies in the browser settings may interfere with the proper functioning of some of the website's features.
Analytical cookies (third-party)
This website uses analytical cookies to compile statistics on user activity when visiting the page and its overall activity. The collected information is anonymous and allows us to optimize navigation through our website and ensure better service to the user. We use third-party cookies (Google Analytics) for the analysis of our website. The user can exclude their activity through exclusion systems provided by analytical tools.
Social media cookies (third-party)
This website has installed social media access buttons that allow the user to share content of their interest within their social circle. The cookies used by social networks prevent the user from having to re-enter their data to share this content. These buttons have access to the data entered by users when sharing content on a social network.
At all times, and at least during the installation or start-up of the browser, the user has the possibility to accept or reject the installation of cookies, or to reject the installation of a certain type of cookies, such as advertising or third-party cookies. After each session, the user can also delete all or part of the stored cookies. Likewise, the user has the option to activate them.
1. Private browsing, through which the browser stops saving the browsing history, passwords for accessing websites, cookies, and other information from the pages visited.
2. The do-not-track function, when the browser requests the websites that the user visits not to track their browsing habits, for example, for the purpose of using them for sending advertising of their interest.
We recommend consulting the browser's help to obtain all the information about the different options for managing cookies. Below are the links for accessing the cookie management of the most common browsers: