Types of cookies used in this page
|NAME OF THE COOKIE||PURPOSE||OWNERSHIP||DURATION||TYPE|
|_ga||Used to distinguish between users.||Google Analytics||2 years||Analysis|
Those cookies that are strictly necessary for browsing the website, as they enable the user to use its features or tools, such as identifying the session, accessing restricted areas, storing content for broadcasting videos or sound, and setting the language, among others. Deactivating these cookies will prevent some of the web page’s features from working properly.
Preferences or personalisation cookies
Those cookies that enable information to be remembered so that the user can access the service in question with certain characteristics that can differentiate their experience from that of other users, such as language, number of hits to show when the user performs a search, the appearance or content of the service according to the type of browser the user uses to access the service or the region from which they access the service, etc.
Third-party analytics cookies
Google Analytics cookies: they enable the number of users to be counted, which makes it possible to measure and carry out a statistical analysis of people’s use of the service in question. To do so, they analyse users’ browsing on our web page in order to improve the range of products or services we offer. Google guarantees that the installed cookies do not include personal data and that they are only used for the purposes of gathering information to be able to measure search trends, user preferences, web page operation, associated advertising, user location, among others.
In this sense, it is important to remember that it is Google that obtains this information about the use of our web page, and it does so in its own name; the manager of this web page does not have access to said information at any time. The manager of this web page can only view the aggregate information that Google subsequently makes available to us through Google Analytics and which is not associated with any IP address.
Consequently, it is Google that directly determines the purpose of the processing and use of the information compiled by Google Analytics, as well as the duration and performance of the cookie.
Behavioural advertising cookies
These are the cookies that store information about users’ behaviour that has been obtained through a continual observation of their browsing habits, which enables a specific profile to be developed so that they can be shown advertising in accordance with those habits.
Consent or rejection of cookies
Browsers also have their own tools for generally blocking cookies from different web pages. You can check out the way to set these options in the most common browsers in the following links.
In the case of mobile devices, it is also common for the browser to offer these options in the Settings section.