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Cookies’ Policy

COOKIES' POLICY

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser when you visit almost all web pages. It is used to allow the web to remember your visit when you browse the web again. The cookies usually stock technical information, personal preferences, personalization of contents, statistics of use, links to social media, access to user accounts, etc. The aim is to adapt the content of the web to your profile and preferences, without cookies the services offered by any web would be considerably reduced. If you wish to check more information on what are the cookies, what do they stock, how to remove or disable them, etc., please go to paragraph “More information on Cookies”.
 

Cookies used in this web page

In accordance with the guidelines of the Spanish Agency on Data Protection we detail the cookies used in this web in order to provide you with the more accurate information as possible.

This web site uses the following first-party cookies:

• Session cookies, to guarantee that the users writing comments in the blog are humans and not automatic applications, with the aim of avoiding spam.
This web site uses the following third-parties’ cookies:

• Google Analytics: Stores cookies to produce statistics on the traffic and the volume of visits in this web. When using this web, you consent to the treatment of information in your respect by Google. In consequence, you shall exercise any right in this respect by contacting directly with Google.

• Social media: Each social media uses its own cookies so that you may click in links such as Like or Share.

Disabling or removing cookies

You may at any time exercise your right to disable or remove the cookies of this web site. The path to be followed for that end varies depending on your browser. You may find herein below a short guide concerning the more popular browsers in paragraph “More Information on Cookies”.

Additional notes

• Neither this web not its legal representatives may be held responsible for the content or accuracy of the privacy policies of the third parties mentioned in this cookies’ policy.

• The web browsers are the tools in charge of stocking the cookies. You shall use them in order to exercise you right to remove or disable them. Neither this web nor its legal representatives may guarantee the correct or incorrect handling of the cookies by the referred browsers.

• In some cases, the installation of cookies will be required in order for the browser to remind your decision of not accepting them.

• In relation with Google Analytics’ cookies, this company stores the cookies in servers located in the United States and undertakes not to share them with third parties, except when necessary for the running of the system or when required by law. According to Google your IP address is not stored. Google Inc. is a company that is part to the Safe Harbor Agreement, which guarantees that the data transferred will be treated with the level of protection required by European legislation. You may find detailed information in this respect following this link. If you wish information regarding the use of cookies by Google you may follow this link.

• Do not hesitate to contact us through the contact section of this web should you have any doubt or query regarding this cookies’ policy.

More information on COOKIES

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a harmless text file which is stocked in your browser when you visit almost any website. Cookies are used so that the web may recall your visit when you browse the site again. Even though many people are not aware, cookies have been used for 20 years, when the first browsers for the World Wide Web appeared.
 
What is not a cookie?

It is not a virus, nor a trojan, nor a worm, nor spam, nor spyware nor a pop up.

What information is stocked by a cookie?

Cookies usually do not stock your sensitive information, such as credit cards or bank data, photographs, your ID or personal information, etc. The data kept are of a technical nature, personal preferences, content customization, etc.

The web server does not recognize you as a person but rather your web browser. In fact, if you usually browse with Internet Explorer and you try browsing in the same web with Firefox or Chrome, you will notice that the web does not realize that you are the same person because it is in fact recognizing the browser, not the person.

 

What kind of cookies there are?

• Technical cookies: they are the most elementary and they allow, among others, to identify whether a human or an automatized application is browsing, whether the user is anonymous or registered, basic tasks for the functioning of any dynamic web.

• Analytics cookies: they gather information on your browsing, sections more used, products consulted, time zone, language, etc.

• Advertising cookies: they display advertising based of your browsing, country of origin, language, etc.

 

What are the first-party cookies and the third-party cookies?

First-party cookies are those generated by the page you are visiting and third-party cookies are that generated by external services or providers such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc.

 

What happens if I disable cookies?

We provide you with some examples so that you may understand the implications derived from disabling cookies:

• You will not be able to share the web’s content in Facebook, Twitter or any ither social network.

• The web site will not be able to adapt the contents to your personal preferences, as it usually happens in online shopping.

• You will not be able to Access to the personal are of the web, such as for example My account, My profile or My orders.

• Online shopping: You will not be able to shop online, you will be required to do it by phone or through the physical store, as the case may be.

• It will not be possible to customize your geographical preferences, such as time zones, currency or language.

• The website will not be able to carry out web analytics on the visitors nor the traffic on the web, which will difficult its competitiveness.

• You will not be able to write in the blog, to upload photos, publish comments, value nor grade contents. The web will not be entitled to identify whether you are a human or an automatized application that publishes spam.

• Sectorial advertising may not be displayed, which will reduce the web’s advertising income.

• All social networks use cookies, if you disable them, you will not be able to use any social network.
 
Can cookies be removed?

Yes. Not only removed, also blocked, in general or in particular for a specific domain. In order to remove cookies from a website, you shall go to your browser’s configuration to look for the cookies linked to the domain of reference and then remove them.

 
Cookies’ configuration for the most popular browsers

We shall now indicate how to access to a given cookie in the browser Chrome. Note: the procedure may vary depending on your browser’s version:

1. Go to Configuration or Preferences through the File Menu or by clicking the customization icon up at the right.

2. You will see different sections, click on the option Show Advanced Options.

3. Go to Privacy, Content configuration.

4. Select All cookies and sites’ data.

5. A list with ll the cookies sorted by domain will appear. To make the identification of cookies linked to a given domain easier introduce partially or totally the direction in the field Find Cookies.

6. One or several lines with the cookies of the selected web will appear in your screen. You shall now select them and click on the X to remove them.

Concerning the browser Internet Explorer you shall carry out the following steps (the procedure may vary depending on your browser’s version):

1. Go to Tools, Internet Options.

2. Click on Privacy.

3. Adjust the privacy level you are looking for.

Concerning the browser Firefox you shall carry out the following steps (the procedure may vary depending on your browser’s version):

1. Go to Options or Preferences, depending on your operational system.

2. Click on Privacy.

3. In History, choose Use a customized configuration for history.

4. You shall see now the option Accept cookies. You may activate it or disable it, depending on your preferences.

Concerning the browser Safari for OSX you shall carry out the following steps (the procedure may vary depending on your browser’s version):

1. Go to Preferences, then to Privacy.

2. You will see the option Block cookies so that may adjust it according to your preferences.

Concerning the browser Safari for iOS you shall carry out the following steps (the procedure may vary depending on your browser’s version):

1. Go to Settings, then Safari.

2. Go to Privacy and Security, and use the option Block cookies in accordance with your needs.

Concerning the browser Android you shall carry out the following steps (the procedure may vary depending on your browser’s version):

1. Execute the browser, press the Menu key, then Settings.

2. Go to Security and Privacy, and activate or disable the option Accept cookies.

Concerning the browser Windows Phone you shall carry out the following steps (the procedure may vary depending on your browser’s version):

1. Open Internet Explorer, then More, then Configuration.

2. Now you can activate or disable the field Allow cookies.