Cookies or data storage and recovery devices, are files sent to the user’s browser and stored automatically on the User’s computer so that the website in question can consult the User’s previous activity and “recognise him/her”.
Cookies can remember other types of personal information, such as a user’s password, so that there is no need to type it in each time they visit the same site, or their preferred configuration for the Website (language, screen resolution, etc.).
Cookies are essential for the Internet to work and provide an endless array of benefits for the provision of interactive services, enabling web usability and browsing. Cookies cannot damage your computer and help identify and solve errors when they are activated.
In short, a cookie is simply a sequence of browsing data stored on the User’s computer so that websites can detect them and recognise them to “remember” browsing habits.
– Session cookies: These cookies are designed to collect and store data while the user accesses the website and they expire when the session ends. The information obtained by these cookies is used to analyse web traffic. In the long run, this makes for a better experience to help improve content and make using the website easier.
– Analytical cookies: These cookies make it possible for the controller to monitor and analyse users’ behaviour on the associated websites.
This Website uses session cookies and analytical cookies to guarantee the best experience for users.
Further guarantees – Cookie management
All Internet browsers make it possible to restrict a cookie’s behaviour or deactivate cookies as part of the browser’s options or configuration. The way of doing so differs for each browser and you can find instructions in your browser’s help menu.
Many browsers make it possible to activate a private mode, in which cookies are always deleted after visiting a site. Depending on each browser, this private mode may have different names. The following is a list of the most common browsers with a link to cookie configuration and the different names used for said “private mode”:
Internet Explorer 8 and higher; InPrivate
Safari 2 and higher; Private Browsing
Opera 10.5 and higher; Private Browsing
Firefox 3.5 and higher; Private Browsing
Google Chrome 10 and higher; Incognito