1. What are cookies?
Likewise, the Web will be able to know all the services requested by users, so that they can provide or offer information appropriate to the tastes and preferences of each user.
2. What types of cookies exist?
Cookies, depending on their Permanence, can be divided in:
|Session Cookies||They expire when the user closes the browser.|
|Persistent Cookies||They expire depending on when the purpose for which they serve is fulfilled (for example, so that the user remains identified in the Services) or when they are manually deleted.|
Depending on their Owner, they can be divided into:
|Own Cookies||They are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the publisher itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.|
|Third party Cookies||They are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.|
Additionally, depending on their Objective, Cookies can be classified as follows:
|Performance Cookies||This type of Cookie remembers your preferences for the tools found in the services, so you do not have to reconfigure the service every time you visit. As an example, this typology includes:|
|Video or sound player volume settings.|
|The video transmission speeds that are compatible with your browser.|
|Geolocation Cookies||These Cookies are used to find out which country you are in when requesting a service. This Cookie is completely anonymous and is only used to help target content to your location.|
|Registry Cookies||Registration Cookies are generated once the user has registered or subsequently opened his session, and are used to identify him in the services with the following objectives:|
|Keep the user identified so that, if he closes a service, the browser or the computer and at another time or another day re-enters said service, he will continue to be identified, thus facilitating his navigation without having to identify himself again. This functionality can be suppressed if the user clicks on the “close session” functionality, so this Cookie is deleted and the next time the user enters the service, they will have to log in to be identified.|
|Check if the user is authorized to access certain services, for example, to participate in a contest.|
|Analytical Cookies||Every time a User visits a service, a tool from an external provider generates an analytical Cookie on the user’s computer. This Cookie, which is only generated during the visit, will serve in future visits to the Web Services to identify the visitor anonymously. The main objectives pursued are:|
|Allow the anonymous identification of browsing users through the “Cookie” (identifies browsers and devices, not people) and therefore the approximate accounting of the number of visitors and their trend over time.|
|Anonymously identify the most visited content and therefore more attractive to users.|
|Know if the user you are accessing is new or repeat visit.|
|Important: Unless the user decides to register for a Web service, the “Cookie” will never be associated with any personal data that can identify him. These Cookies will only be used for statistical purposes that help to optimize the User experience on the site.|
Behavioural Advertising Cookies
|This type of “Cookies” allows the information in the advertisements shown to each anonymous user in the Web Services to be expanded. Among others, the duration or frequency of display of advertising positions, the interaction with them, or the user’s browsing patterns and / or compartments are stored as they help to form a profile of advertising interest. In this way, they allow advertising related to the user’s interests.|
|Third party advertising Cookies||In addition to the advertising managed by the Web on its Services, the Web offers its advertisers the option of serving ads through third parties (“AdServers”). In this way, these third parties can store Cookies sent from the Web Services from Users’ browsers, as well as access the data stored in them.|
3. Which cookies do we use?
4. How to disable Cookies?
Usually it is possible to stop accepting browser cookies or stop accepting cookies for a particular service.
All modern browsers allow you to change Cookie settings. These settings are usually found in the “options” or “preferences” of your browser menu. You can also configure your browser or your email manager, as well as install free plugins to prevent Web Bugs from being downloaded when opening an email.
The Web offers guidance to the User on the steps to access the configuration menu for cookies and, where appropriate, for private browsing in each of the main browsers:
|Internet Explorer||Tools à Internet Options à Privacy à Settings.|
|For more information, you can consult Microsoft support or browser Help.|
|Microsoft Edge||Settings and more à Settings à Clear browsing data.|
|Firefox||Tools à Options à Privacy à Record à Personalized Settings.|
|Chrome||Settings à Advanced Settings à Privacy and security à Clear browsing data.|
|Safari||Preferences à Security.|
|For more information, you can consult Apple support or browser Help.|
5. Can there be modifications to the Cookies Policy?
The Web can modify this Cookies Policy depending on the legislative, regulatory requirements, or in order to adapt said policy to the instructions issued by the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, therefore users are advised to visit it periodically.
When significant changes occur in this Cookies Policy, users will be notified either through the web or via email to registered users.