Definition Of Cookies
A cookie is a small file that is downloaded to your computer when you browse websites. A simple example would be when you visit a webmail account page like Gmail, Outlook, or Yahoo Mail.
Cookies allow a website to recognize a device’s browser and do not contain or collect personal information from the user. They simply have a unique identifier that allows the website that originated the cookie to recognize it in the previously used browser.
In other words, if a site has left a cookie on your browser, when you revisit that website, the site can detect that cookie and know that the device has previously browsed that website.
By performing certain actions, the website can generate cookies that can be very useful, both for the website itself and for the user.
Utility and Purpose
We use both first-party cookies (generated by this site) and third-party cookies (such as those generated by embedded YouTube videos).
If you choose to do so, you can block cookies by appropriately configuring your browser. However, you should be aware that if you do this, the site may not function properly.
According to the terms stated in article 22.2 of Law 34/2002 on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, by continuing to browse, you will be giving your consent for the use of the cookies detailed below.
- The cookies on this website are essential to:
- Enable the proper functioning of this website.
- Improve the user experience.
- Allow you to view embedded videos.
- Enhance the speed and security of the site.
- Enable sharing our pages on your social networks.
- Obtain (anonymous) statistics on the use of this website, which are essential to provide you with the best possible content and for the strategic vision of our business.
- Obtain personal data (without your express permission).
- Obtain sensitive information (without your express permission).
- Share personal data with third parties.
All browsers allow changes to be made to disable cookie settings. These settings can be found in the “options” or “preferences” menu of your browser.
Below are the links with instructions for different browsers on how to disable cookies.
However, please remember that disabling cookies may result in losing functionality on many websites.
- Instructions for Internet Explorer
- Instructions for Mozilla Firefox
- Instructions for Google Chrome
- Instructions for Safari
If you do not wish to be tracked by cookies, Google has developed a browser add-on that can be accessed at the following link.
Below is a list of cookies generated by this website. Some of them are third-party cookies, but they are generated when visiting this site, as is the case, for example, with cookies generated by YouTube videos.
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|This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, which is a significant update to the most commonly used Google analytics service. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a client identifier. It is included in each page request on a site and is used to calculate visitor, session, and campaign data for site analytics reports.
|This cookie is set by Google Analytics. It stores and updates a unique value for each page visited and is used to count and track pageviews.
|This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics. According to documentation, it is used to speed up the rate of requests, limiting data collection on high-traffic sites.
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|Google Analytics uses this cookie to maintain the session state.
|This cookie is set by YouTube to track embedded video views.
|Youtube sets this cookie to track user preferences for Youtube videos embedded on the sites; it can also determine whether the website visitor is using the new or old version of the Youtube interface.
This website also uses third-party cookies and contains links that lead to other websites that, in turn, are a source of their own cookies and third-party cookies.
The different types of third-party cookies and their characteristics are listed below.
A) Multimedia Players
This website frequently uses audio and video content from both its own sources and third-party sources through popular players such as YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, iVoox, and others.
These players may leave cookies on the site that embeds them, for purposes such as displaying online advertising through the player or storing and retrieving user preferences in using these players.
B) Online Advertising
However, as a result of using embedded multimedia players such as the YouTube player, for example, cookies from the online advertising platforms used by these sites will also be installed when visiting our website.
C) Social Media
Plugins for creating social media buttons and similar elements related to social media may generate cookies from these providers.
D) Affiliate Links
Legally, it may not be necessary to mention these types of cookies, but in the interest of providing an appropriate framework of transparency, we want to inform you that when you follow our affiliate links, the website to which these links point will generate a cookie that allows them to detect that (in the event of a sale) you arrived at their site originally from ours in order to assign us the corresponding commission.
This is the technical basis that enables the use of affiliate links.