The Concept of Cookies
Whilst you are browsing through our website it is possible that we may gather information regarding traffic flow, in addition to search patterns from the pages of our domain. This information will be managed by cookies (small pieces of information in text format which the page sends to the computer system of the user whilst they are browsing).
The objective of using cookies is to personalise the access to the page with the aim of improving browsing and functioning.
On this web page we act as per the established in the Spanish Law on Information Society Services, which includes the transposition of Directive 2009/136/CE, known as the Cookie Law.
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your computer, tablet, mobile phone, or any device you may use to browse the internet, and it can collect information regarding the frequency you visit web pages, your browsing preferences, the information you are most interested in, usernames, product registration, etc.
In our case, the cookies that we use on our website do not gather any information which identifies you in a personal manner.
Types of Cookies
Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified as follows:
– Session cookies or persistent cookies. The first is deleted once the browser is shut down whilst the latter remain on the system.
– Own cookies or third-party cookies, depending on whether they belong to the actual owner of the website or a third party.
Which Cookies do we Use?
|_ga||Distinguish between users who visit our website to personalise interaction with them.||Third party cookie (Google)||Two years after installation or update.|
|_gat||Manage Google publicity.||Third party cookie (Google)||A year after installation or update.|
|datr||Facebook uses security Cookies. This security system called “Delta” checks if the user account is being used fraudulently by a thirst party during each login. This check is made by the cookie DATR and the information it contains.||Third party cookie (Facebook.com)||Two years after installation or update.|
|fr||It has 2 parts. The first part of the cookie file is a browser identifier, which is used to identify the web browser. The second part of the cookie file is an encrypted version of the registered cookie on Facebook user ID. The user identification is encrypted every hour to a different value.||Third party cookie (Facebook.com)||Two months after installation or update.|
|lu||The ID of the user who has previously registered as a user, or 0 if the user has logged in explicitly. It counts how many consecutive times the same user has logged in from the same browser and has not logged in explicitly.||This party cookie (Facebook.com)||Two years after installation of update.|
|xs||It has 4 parts. The first represents the login number. The second is for login confidentiality. The third determines whether the user has selected the safe browsing mode. The fourth component is a Unix time counter.
|Third party cookie (Facebook.com)||Two months after installation or update.
How To Reject Cookies
You can set your browser to accept or reject installation of them all, or some types of cookies, or you can request to be notified when a cookie is being used.