Cookies Policy

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file containing letters and numbers that is used to distinguish one user from another and allows the continuity of information between the different pages of a dynamic website.

Why do we use cookies?
Cookies help us provide a better customer experience on our website and allow us to improve and tailor the site to each user. For example, we track the domains from which people visit us and we measure visitor activity on the site, but we do so in a way that keeps their personal information completely anonymous. We use the information we collect to measure the number of visitors in different areas of our website, and to help us make the site more useful to our users.

What types of cookies do we use?
“Analytical” Cookies:
For purposes of periodic maintenance, and in order to ensure the best possible service to the user, our website uses “analytical” cookies for the collection of activity statistics. The information collected will in any case be anonymous, as it will not be possible to establish any link between browsing patterns and individuals.

Specifically, the company stores the Google Analytics “analytical” cookies on the user’s terminal. Users may opt-out of their individual activity using the opt-out systems provided by Google Analytics.

Cookies used by social networks:
This website has enabled social buttons to allow the user to share those contents that are of interest with his social circle. Besides, social buttons protect users from the hassle of having to enter their personal data on this website by taking advantage of the information already shared in the scope of each of the available social networks (data to which the company does not have access).

Cookies from third parties for the personalization of advertising spaces:
Our website does not use ad servers or cookies linked to them to establish profiles based on preferences and behavior. If we decide to do so, users will be offered the option of expressly accepting or rejecting such use prior to remission using specific formulas for the exercise of their rights.