A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a web page, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or their equipment and, depending on the information they contain and the way their equipment is used, they can serve to recognize it.
However, these media only obtain information related to the number of page views, the city to which the IP address is accessed, the number of new users, the frequency and recidivism of visits, the visit time , the browser or the operator or type of terminal from which the visit is made. In no case is data obtained on the name, surname or postal address from which the user has connected.
The cookies used on this website and the specific purpose of each of them are as follows:
• Cookie _ utmb: It expires 30 minutes after the last update. This cookie records the time of arrival on the page and expires 30 minutes after the last registration of the page viewed. It is automatically removed when changing the web or when closing the browser. It is used to calculate the time that a user stays on a page.
• Cookie _ utmc: This cookie has a similar purpose to the previous one but for the websites where the old urchin.js tracking code is installed.
• Cookie _ utmz: Expires at 6 months. This cookie stores the origin of the visitor, the path that has been followed to access the web, either direct access, from a link on another website, from an email link, using certain keywords in a search engine, through a display campaign, or through an AdWords ad. This cookie is used to calculate the traffic that comes from search engines (organic and PPC), display advertising campaigns and navigation within the same website (internal links). The cookie is updated on each visit to the web.
• Cookie _utmt: Expires after 10 minutes. This cookie is used to limit the speed of the service request and limit the collection of data on high traffic sites.
• Cookie SESSxxxID: It expires a week. This cookie stores a unique identifier that joins the current session in a database configuration table in order to prevent the user from having to log in multiple times in a single browser session.
• Cookie _utma: Expires 2 years from the last update. This cookie generates a unique user ID and records the date, the first and the last time the user visited the web. It is used to count how many times a single user visits the site.
You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by configuring your browser options.
You can find information on how to do it, in relation to the most common browsers, in the links below:
We inform you, however, of the possibility that the deactivation of any cookie prevents or hinders navigation or the provision of the services offered on this website.