In addition to the information collected through Cookies, we may also collect information through other tools similar to Cookies, such as Pixels or Web Beacons or other information-gathering technologies such as fingerprinting.
1. WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a text file containing small amounts of data that is downloaded and installed in your device when you visit a website. Once saved, when you revisit that website, your browser sends these cookies back to that website or to another website that recognizes them. Cookies enable storing and retrieving information about the visits made, your browsing habits, and depending on the information they contain and the way you use your device, they can be used to recognize the user, as well as to improve the experience of using the webpage.
You can find more information about cookies at:
Below is an explanation of the different types of cookies that exist:
Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the website and are not registered on the hard drive of your device. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyses web traffic patterns. In the long run they enable providing a better experience to improve the content and make it easier to use.
Permanent cookies: These are cookies that are stored in the hard disk and the website reads them every time you visit the page again. This type of cookie has a specific expiry date. The cookie willstop working after that date.
Cookies can also be “ownfirst party” or “third party” cookies. The former “first party” cookies are those that are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain managed by us, while “third party” cookies are those that are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain managed by service providers (such as Google, for example, which offers the website analytics service).
2. WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE IN OUR WEBSITE?
2.1- TECHNICAL COOKIES FOR INTERNAL USE
2.2- ANALYTICAL COOKIES
This website uses analytical cookies to monitor, analyze and compile statistics on user activity on the website. This information enables us to introduce improvements based on the analysis carried out to optimize browsing on our webpage and guarantee the best service to the user, knowing for example: the language used, the frequency and duration of visits and the browser used.
You can exclude the activity of analytical Cookies through the Cookie Configurator, or through your browser settings.
Google Tag Manager: https://support.google.com/tagmanager/answer/6102821?hl=es
Google Analytics: https://policies.google.com/technologies/types?hl=es
2.3- ADVERTISING COOKIES
These are cookies stored by third parties that manage the advertising spaces that users view when accessing this website. These cookies enable us to measure the effectiveness of our online campaigns, provide users with information of interest to them and offer them advertising content of their choice.
Google Dynamic Remarketing:
The above links may direct to webpages in a specific language. If you do not understand the content of the information provided, you can disable the installation of third-party cookies in accordance with the instructions provided in section three of this Policy.
2.4- SOCIAL MEDIA FUNCTIONALITY COOKIES
Our website incorporates spaces and content in which social buttons have been included so that users can share our content on social media.
We do not control the cookies installed by each social media, although they are usually technical, for example, to count how many times a certain content has been shared, or to be able to log in.
For more information about these cookies, please consult the privacy and cookie conditions of each social media.
Facebook Connect: https://www.facebook.com/policy/cookies/
3. HOW TO CONFIGURE YOUR COOKIE SETTINGS
You can configure them through the cookie manager or from your web browser, as well as from the websites of those third parties that install cookies in your device through our website.
3.1- DISABLING COOKIES FROM YOUR WEB BROWSER
Most web browsers provide you with information about cookies, enabling you to see what cookies you have set, delete all or individual cookies, and enabling you to block or enable cookies from all or selected websites.
You can also disable third-party advertising cookies separately. Please note that if you configure your cookie settings from your web browser, the changes will affect all websites you visit (not just ours), unless you delete or block each cookie separately.
Information about cookies can be found in the “Help” section of your web browser. Here’s how to access the cookie settings of the most commonly used browsers.
Microsoft Internet Explorer http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=es
3.2- DISABLING THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
The user can revoke their consent to the use of third party cookies through their own browser or through the links shown below:
- Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/help/568137493302217
Remember that if you disable these performance cookies we cannot know what you like or dislike about our pages and it is more difficult to improve your user experience and our website.
4. GATHERING INFORMATION THROUGH COOKIE-LIKE TECHNOLOGIES
As previously indicated, we may collect information using technologies similar to Cookies, such as Pixels or Web Beacons. Pixels or Web Beacons are small graphic files that include a code managed through the URL of third parties and that allow us to collect the following information, among others: IP address, browser used, language selected, purchases made, opening and frequency of newsletters sent, types of audience, etc. This information enables us to analyses the performance of the website and may be used for analytical and/or advertising purposes.
In addition to the information collected through Pixels or Web Beacons, we may use other techniques similar to Cookies, such as the digital fingerprint. These tools are used to identify and track the activity carried out by the user and to carry out user profiling through the information collected, including, for example, IP address, browser, screen resolution, operating system, language used, time zone, etc.