Cookies and other tracking technologies, among other purposes, allow us to remember your preferences and recognize you in successive visits. This is achieved by storing certain information on your computer.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a device that is downloaded to a user's terminal equipment in order to store data that can be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for its installation.
Cookies are part of the website. When you access the website, this makes the browser create on your device (computer, tablet, phone, etc.) small files with information necessary for the operation of the website. These files (which are the cookies themselves) are part of the technology necessary for the proper functioning of the website and are not inherently harmful.
Cookies are installed and stored on your device and allow tracking of your activity on the Internet.
What type of cookies do we use?
Depending on the entity that manages them, the cookies can be:
The website uses both own and third-party cookies.
According to the period of time they remain activated:
The website uses both persistent cookies and session cookies.
For what purposes can the cookies on the website be used?
Next, a table with the information of the cookies used in the website is collected:
|Name of the cookie||Server||Purpose||Persistence||Type of cookie|
|PHPSESSID||Domain of the web||Strictly necessary||Does not expire||Own|
The information collected below has been provided by these third parties.
|Name of the cookie||Provider's name||Purpose||Type of cookie||More information about cookies|
|__atuvc||AddThis||This cookie is associated with the social networking widget AddThis, which is commonly integrated into websites to allow visitors to share content with a range of networks and platforms to share. Stores an updated shared resource count.||Functionality||More information|
|__atuvs||AddThis||This cookie is associated with the social networking widget AddThis, which is commonly integrated into websites to allow visitors to share content with a range of networks and platforms to share. Stores an updated shared resource count.||Functionality||More information|
|_ga||This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, which is a significant update of the most commonly used Google analytics service. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a customer identifier. It is included in each page request in a site and is used to calculate visitor data, sessions and campaigns for site analysis reports.||Analytics||More information|
|_gat||This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, according to the documentation used to restrict the application rate, which limits the collection of data on high traffic sites.||Performance||More information|
|_gid||This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics. It seems that it is a new cookie and, as of spring 2017, there is no information available from Google. It seems to store and update a unique value for each visited page.||Performance||More information|
Each time you access our website, your Internet browser transmits certain usage data for technical reasons that are stored in protocol files, known as log files. These usage data are the following: date and time of access to our website; name of the web consulted; IP address of your computer or mobile device; address of the web from which you have accessed our website; volume of data transferred and name and version of your browser.
The analysis of the log files helps us to improve our Internet products and to facilitate their query, to find and eliminate errors quickly and to control the capabilities of the server.
A "plug-in" or add-on is an application (or computer program) that is related to another to add a new and usually very specific function.
Web beacons and embedded scripts
The web beacons (web beacons, web bugs, web beacons ...) and embedded scripts are other technologies that we use on the website, as well as in some of our emails and advertisements.
Web beacons (or "tags") are fragments of programming code included in the website, emails and announcements to inform the Company (or the companies that help us conduct our operations) that said web pages, Emails or announcements have been viewed or clicked on.
Embedded scripts are snippets of programming code that are included in the website to measure the use of these web pages, such as what links are clicked on. We use this information to improve the website and adapt it to the topics that are most likely to interest you, as well as to conduct market research.
How can I disable cookies?
You can set your browser to reject all cookies. However, it is possible that some features or services of the website may not work properly without cookies. Most browsers allow you to completely disable cookies, so that you can at any time choose which cookies you want to work on this website by modifying the configuration of your browser. You can find more information in the configuration of your browser. Next, we also provide you with links to the websites of the main browsers: