Our website uses first-party and third-party cookies, and in accordance with Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE) and complemented by the current GDPR (EU) Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 27 April 2016, we inform users about what cookies are, which ones we use on our website, how to accept, delete or configure them on your device, and that we will request consent for their use.
A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer, mobile or tablet via your browser.
It contains numbers and letters that identify your browsing activity, but does not access your personal data.
Each cookie sends information backwards and forwards between the browser and the websites being visited.
It can only be read and understood by the website that created it.
A cookie cannot contain any virus or be executed as it is not an active file.
Depending on the length of time they remain active:
Depending on who is managing them:
Depending on their purpose:
Our website uses technical and customisation cookies which are essential for the correct functioning thereof; these cookies must not be disabled as this would make functional browsing on the website impossible. Customisation cookies allow you to set your preferred language on your visits to our website.
We also use analytical cookies which allow us to create browsing profiles based on your likes or choices and whose purpose is simply to enable us to understand the user profiles of visitors to our website and to improve our content in accordance with your preferences.
Services are provided via: Google Analytics
We use advertising and remarketing cookies which, based on the browsing analysis produced, allow us to manage our advertising and at times provide you with customised advertising based on your likes and preferences on our website and others.
Services are provided via: Google and its DoubleClick and GA Audiences services.
We use social media cookies to allow you to share our website content on your social networks to help us promote our content.
Services are provided via: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and Instagram
Services are provided via: YouTube
The GDPR requires that cookies may only be installed on your computer if you have given your consent, following the provision of clear and comprehensive information, in particular regarding the purpose for which your data is to be processed. In compliance with this, below we provide information so that you can accept or reject the installation of a cookie on your computer. Please bear in mind that the plugins that make this possible are still at the development stage and not all are fully functional; therefore we have chosen to provide you with information that will enable you to manage them in your own browser or by using other available resources that are working.
We also want to inform you that if you do not accept certain cookies, your browsing experience will not be tailored to your specific interests and preferences, meaning that you will sometimes be exposed to generic advertising. In addition, some quality content currently available on our website is included based on the likes and preferences as displayed by users in their browsing activity or searches, and not being able to track these means that we cannot improve our content based on your interests shown.
Other blocking extensions are available such as“Adblock”
Lastly, you can manage your cookies directly in your browser by following the instructions provided by each one:
In the browser you use on your computer
In the browser you use on your mobile or tablet
There is also an option to enable private browsing. This mode allows you to browse websites anonymously. Provided below are links to enable anonymous browsing in the major browsers:
Consent provided for the installation of cookies may be withdrawn at any time. To do this, simply access the cookies policy or the individual cookie settings in your browser to change your selection.
26 October 2018