Cookies Policy

1.    What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that a website places on your PC, telephone or any other device with information about your browsing on that site. Cookies are necessary to facilitate browsing and make it more personalised, and do not damage your computer.

This policy uses the general term "cookie" as it is the principal method of information storage used by this website, although the "Local storage" space of the browser is also used for the same purpose as the cookies. In this sense, all of the information included in this section is equally applicable to this "Local storage".


2.    What are cookies used for on this website?

Cookies are an essential part of how our website works. The principal objective of our cookies is to improve your browsing experience. For example, to remember your preferences (language, country, etc.) while browsing and on future visits. 

The information gathered in the cookies also allows us to improve the website through estimated numbers and patterns of use, the adaptation of the website to the individual interests of the users, faster searches, etc.

Occasionally, if we have obtained your prior informed consent, we may use cookies, tags or other similar devices to obtain information that will allow us to show you, from our website, from third party websites or through any other means, advertising based on the analysis of your browsing habits.

3.    What are cookies NOT used for on this website?

We do not store sensitive personal data such as your address, password, credit or debit card data, etc. in the cookies that we use.

4.    Who uses the information stored in the cookies?

The information stored on the cookies on our website is exclusively used by us, except for those identified below as "third party cookies", which are used and managed by external entities in order to provide us with the services that we request to improve our services and the user's experience while browsing our website. The principal services that these "third party cookies" include are the obtaining of access statistics and the guarantee of payment operations performed.

5.    How can I prevent the use of cookies on this website?

If you prefer to prevent cookies from being used on this website, taking into account the limitations mentioned above, first of all you must disable the use of cookies in your browser and, secondly, delete the cookies saved on your browser that are associated to this website.
You can decide to prevent the use of these cookies at any time.

6.    How can I disable and delete the use of cookies?

To restrict, block or delete the cookies from this website, you can do so at any time by modifying the configuration of your browser in conformance with the steps indicated below. Although the settings in each browser are different, normally the configuration of the cookies is carried out through the "Preferences" or "Tools" menu. For more details on the configuration of cookies on your browser, consult the "Help" menu of your browser.


7.    Which specific cookies does this website use, and for what purpose?

Below there is a table with the cookies, tags or other similar devices used by this website, together with the information about its purpose, duration and management (own or by third parties) for each one:

 

Technical and personalisation cookies: identification and authentication, browsing, interface personalisation, favourites, etc.  

These cookies are used to identify the user during the session, to avoid making the user repeat authentication processes on the website, to accelerate some processes on the website, to remember selections made during the session or in later sessions, to remember the pages already visited, etc.  
COOKIES PURPOSE DURATION MANAGEMENT
User identification   These are used to identify and authenticate the user. They also contain technical data related to the user's session such as, for example, connection waiting time, session identifier, etc.   Session Own  
Session identification   Identifies the http session of the user. This is common to all web applications in order to identify user requests in a session.   Session Own  
Browsing status   Permits identification of which browsing status the user is in (start of the session, first page, first access, scroll status, vote status, etc.).   Session Own  
Protocols  Permits management of changes between secure (https) and insecure (http) domains (protocols). Session Own  
Google (NID, GAPS) Permits integration with Google. Persistent Third Party
Linkedin (bcookie, lidc, IN_HASH, RT, lang, Llc, Lle, bscookie, leo_auth_token, visit) Permits integration with LinkedIn. Persistent Third Party
YouTube (CONSENT, GEUP, NID, PREF, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC) Permits integration with YouTube. Persistent Third Party
Browsing analysis cookies  
These cookies obtain generic information about the user accesses to the website (not to the content of the same) in order to later provide us with aggregate information about said accesses for statistical purposes.  
COOKIES PURPOSE DURATION MANAGEMENT
Origin (WC_GASource)  These are used to Know the origin of a user when reaching a page of the website, for example, if they reach a page of product details from a product list, from the search engine or from an external page.   Persistent  Own 
Google Analytics (__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmd, __utmv, _ga, _gat, __utmz...)  These allow monitoring of the website through the Google Analytics tool, which is a service provided by Google to obtain information about user accesses to the website. Some of the data saved for later analysis is: number of times that a user visits the website, dates of the first and last visit of the user, duration of the visits, from which page the user accessed the website, which search engine was used to reach the website or which link was clicked, from where in the world the user accessed the site, etc. The configuration of these cookies is predetermined by the service offered by Google, therefore we suggest that you consult the Google Analytics privacy page, http://www.google.com/intl/es/analytics/privacyoverview.html, in order to obtain more information about the cookies used and how to disable them (with the understanding that we are not responsible for the content nor the accuracy of third party websites).   Persistent  Third Party

 

This informative table will be updated as quickly as possible when the services offered on the website change. However, during that update, it may occur that the informative table does not include a cookie, tag or similar device, although they will always be devices with purposes that are identical to those stated in this table.

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