What is a cookie

A cookie is a small file containing information about the user's browsing through the website. Cookies are sent to the user's browser and stored on his or her computer.

Purpose of cookies

Cookies are used to gather information about the user's browsing in order to analyse and determine how the user interacts with and thereby enhance his or her browsing experience.

Types of cookies

The cookies we use are:

- Analytical cookies (Google Analytics): These allow monitoring and analysis of the user's behaviour in order to make improvements based on his or her usage of the website and services. As stated by Google, Google Analytics is a free web analytics tool provided by Google that primarily allows website owners to know how users interact with their website. It also enables cookies in the domain of the website being viewed and uses a set of cookies called " __utma " and " __utmz " to collect anonymous information and report on website trends without identifying individual users.

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They allow the user to browse through the website and use its various options or services.

- Plug-in cookies: these cookies are used to share social content. Social networks store and access this type of cookies in the user's terminal equipment, allowing the social network to identify its members as they interact with the plug-ins.

- Multimedia player cookies: They store technical data, necessary to play video or audio content, maintaining an adequate connection speed, image quality and buffering parameters.

Opting out of cookies

Users can disable cookies on their terminal by configuring their browser, but this will entail a less satisfactory browsing experience that may even be defective. For more information on disabling cookies visit: