Cookies, or data storage and recovery device, is a file sent by a website to the user’s browser, which is stored automatically in the user’s terminal so that the website can check the user’s previous activity and “recognise” them.
Cookies can remember other types of personal information, such as a user’s password, so that they do not have to retype it each time they visit the same website, or their preferences regarding the settings of the website.
Cookies are essential for the running of the Internet, as they provide innumerable advantages in the provision of interactive services, while facilitating the navigation and usability of the website. Cookies cannot harm your computer, and having them enabled helps you identify and solve errors.
Cookies used on our website:
— Session cookies: they are a type of cookies designed to capture and store data while the user accesses a webpage and they expire when the session ends. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyse web traffic patterns. Eventually, this allows to provide a better experience to improve the content and make it easier to use.
— Analytical cookies: they allow the manager to monitor and analyse the behaviour of users of the websites to which they are linked.
This website uses analytical cookies to ensure a better experience.
Service: Google Analytics
For further information: http://www.google.es/intl/es/policies/ (1)
_utma: Google Analytics. The cookie generates a unique user ID that records the date of the first time the user visits the website. It is used to count user visits to the web. Duration: 2 years.
_utmb: Google Analytics. To know how long the user stays on the page. Expires 30 minutes after the last update. It is removed when changing web or closing the browser.
_utmc: Google Analytics. To know the user’s visit time on the web, in which the tracking code urchin.js is installed. It expires when the browser is closed.
_utmz: Google Analytics. It stores the origin of the visitor and the access they have followed, either using links or Adwords. It expires every 6 months. The cookie is updated each time you access the website.
All Internet browsers allow to limit the behaviour of a cookie or disable it within your browser settings or options. The steps to do this are different for each browser. You can find the instructions in the browser’s help menu.
In the same way, the user can activate, depending on the browser used, any of the following options to limit the scope of the cookies installed or their running. In private browsing mode, your browser stops saving your browsing history, website passwords and cookies.
Depending on each browser, private browsing mode may have different names. Below there is a list of the most common browsers with a link to the cookie settings and the different names of this “private” mode:
Internet Explorer 8 and above; InPrivate
Safari 2 and above; Privat browsing
Opera 10.5 and above; Privat browsing
FireFox 3.5 and above; Privat browsing
Google Chrome 10 and above; Incognito