What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a website, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or their computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way you use your computer, can be used to recognize the user.
What types of cookies does this website use?
– Analysis Cookies: These are those that are well treated by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and thus perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users of the service offered. To do this, your browsing on our website is analyzed in order to improve the supply of products or services we offer.
– Advertising Cookies: These are those that, well treated by us or by third parties, allow us to manage as effectively as possible the supply of advertising space on the website, adapting the content of the ad content to the content of the requested service or use made of our website. To do this we can analyze your browsing habits on the Internet and we can show you advertising related to your browsing profile.
– Third Party Cookies: Provided by third parties.
List of cookies used on this website
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Google clearly explains what the data from its analytics cookies are used for.
and how they can be disabled by installing an add-on in the most common browsers
What happens if Cookies are disabled?
Some functionalities of the Services and areas of this website may not work properly if cookies are disabled.
How can you configure your Cookies?
Microsoft Edge: Settings> Advanced Settings> Cookies.
Consult Microsoft support or the browser’s Help.
Mozilla Firefox: Tools> Options> Privacy> History> Custom Settings.
See Mozilla support or browser Help.
Google Chrome: Settings> Show advanced options > Privacy> Content settings.
See Google support or browser Help.
Safari (Apple): Preferences> Security.
See Apple support or browser Help.
Opera (Opera Software): Configuration > Options > Advanced > Cookies.
See Opera support or browser Help.
If you use another browser, consult its policy on installation, use and blocking of cookies. However, using the tool www.youronlinechoices.com, you can find useful information and configure, provider by provider, your cookie preferences.
Are there only cookies?
It may be that there are websites that use other forms of storage similar to cookies but with more capacity, such as other forms of local storage of data on the client’s computer, for example:
HTML5 LocalStorage and sessionStorage: Space that the web can use on the user’s computer. Normally by clearing the Browsing history they can be deleted.
Flash “Local Shared Objects” (Silverlight’s “isolated storage”): They are stored inside the Microsoft folder where you have the user profile. You have to go into the folder and delete it (Example: vimeo videos).
Flash is used to incorporate multimedia elements in a web, and for it stores files in the user’s computer.
The web beacon is used to track your activity, inserting a mini-image that you do not even notice. When you browse the web, it loads along with the page, and the server where the photo is downloaded, records the time of access, or how many times you have accessed.
These files are more intrusive than cookies, as they are more complicated to delete, store more information, and are independent of the browser used. We do not use this type of storage.
Explanation: How to comply with the Cookies regulation.
After the last legal modifications, it is necessary the consent of the users of a web page so that this one can carry out the installation of the cookies. This consent does not need to be explicit (click and accept), it would be valid to obtain it through an action that is considered binding, as long as it has been informed in advance.
A possible way to obtain this consent, therefore, would be to display the information about cookies, and once a reasonable time has passed (for example, one minute) or once the user has performed any action on the website (such as clicking on a link or scrolling the scroll bar), the cookies are installed on the user’s device.
We consider that the simplest way to provide information and obtain consent from the user for the installation of cookies, is the so-called “two-layer information” (term introduced by the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) in its “Guide to cookies”).
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The list of cookies, completing the following table, is information that must be provided and completed by the Administrator of the Web/s as you incorporate cookies to your website, as it is the person who should know all the cookies on your page, and know if the cookies change when accessing from, for example:
– Different devices: desktops or laptops, Mobile Phones, Tablets, Smartv, “Wearables” devices of last generation such as Google Glass, or others).
– Different Operating Systems:
For PC: Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, Unix, Solaris,FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Google Chrome OS, Debian, Ubuntu, Mandriva, Sabayon, Fedora, Linpus linux, Haiku (BeOS).
For mobile devices: Android, iOS, Bada, BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone, Symbian OS, HP webOS, Firefox OS, U buntu Phone OS, Linux.
PRODAT can provide an analysis of the cookies encountered with its own tools, which serve as an example of how to relate them, but disclaims responsibility both for the task of delimiting or exahusively enumerating all cookies used on the web, and for describing the actual purpose for which the webmaster or the cookie manufacturer is using it.
Although PRODAT helps and facilitates regulatory compliance as far as possible, the delimitation of the following table and the veracity of its final content, is a task that corresponds exclusively to the administrator of the web/s, and for which PRODAT is totally exempt from responsibility.