Cookies Policy


1.      Cookies used on this website

All users are informed that, on this website, it has been verified that all the requirements of the   Reglamento General de Protección de Datos (RGPD) [General Regulations on Data Protection], the Directiva sobre Privacidad y Comunicaciones Electrónicas 2009/136/EC (ePR) [Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications] and Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y de Comercio Electrónico (LSSI-CE) [Services of the Society of Information and Electronic Commerce] are fulfilled.


2.      What is a cookie?

Cookies are small information files sent by the server to the computer of the person accessing a web page in order to offer the User the correct functioning and visualization of this web site, as well as to carry out the collection of statistical data.

Thus, a cookie acts as any type of data storage and retrieval device used in a User's terminal equipment with the purpose of storing information and recovering the information already stored, as established in article 22.2 of the Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y de Comercio Electrónico (LSSI-CE)(LSSI-CE).

According to the current legislation, the Provider provides Users with information regarding the cookies used and the reason for their use, as well as requesting their consent to use them.

Cookies are a tool used by web servers to store and retrieve information about their visitors. They are small text files sent to the User’s computer to keep track of their preferences and remember them when they visit the page again.

The Provider uses cookies to facilitate navigation on their website and to obtain greater efficiency and personalization of the services offered to Users. The cookies used allow the storage of information about the preferences and language of the User in order to show content and offers of special interest according to their profile, as well as to record the number of times a certain message is shown to a User (generally, novelties in the Web).


3.      What types of cookies exist?

According to the current regulations, the types of cookies that exist are the following:

  • "User input" cookies.
  • Authentication or User identification cookies (session only).
  • User security cookies.
  • Media player session cookies.
  • Session cookies to balance the load.
  • Cookies for customizing the User interface.
  • Certain add-on cookies (plug-in) to exchange social content.

These cookies above are the so-called technical cookies, that is, they are those of unavoidable use so that the User can navigate the web. Therefore, it is not necessary to require the consent of the User for their use, as established in Article 22.2 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y de Comercio Electrónico (LSSI-CE).


4.     What types of cookies are used on this website?

The cookies used on this website are listed below:

Cookie name




2 years     

Used to distinguish Users.


24 hours       

Used to distinguish Users.


1 minute   

Used to limit the percentage of requests


5. How do cookies affect the processing of personal data?

It should be borne in mind that the processing of personal data also happens, apart from the request to subscribe to the forms, through the processing of personal data through cookies and online monitoring. This means that cookies serve a wide range of purposes, from the functionality of the website itself to measuring its performance, through statistics or targeted marketing.

Some cookies are necessary for the operation of the web and some are not. Some cookies improve the user experience, as they are used for monitoring and building User profiles, and some others for both.

As stated above, certain cookies are established by the website itself, but most of them come from third parties, usually embedded by these parties plug-ins (connectors).

In addition to all this, web cookies tend to change, which means that getting a summary once is not enough. Therefore, this cookie policy will be updated every time they are modified, to offer Users transparent and truthful information.

In general terms, cookies track the actions of Users and, therefore, are subject to the Reglamento General de Protección de Datos (RGPD) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 (RGPD).

Thus, and under the current regulations of the RGPD, information is collected in two ways:

1.  Information provided by the User: 

For example, many services require that the User registers with their Google account. When they do, we will ask them for personal information, such as their name, email address or phone number. Sometimes, if they want to fully benefit from the sharing features we offer, we may ask them to create a publicly viewable Google profile, which may include a photo.

2.  Information obtained from the use of our services:

We collect information about the services used by the User and also about how they use them; for example, when they watch a YouTube video, visit a website that uses advertising services, or view or interact with our advertising and content.

In accordance with the RGPD definition of personal data described in its content, the monitoring of User behavior and the creation of profiles only fulfills European laws when the website obtains prior consent from the visitor.

Users, upon entering our website, are asked for consent through a navigation message in which they must accept or refuse cookies.

In relation to consent, the User can revoke it at any time, previously granted to the installation of cookies, eliminating those that have been installed on his computer by configuring the browser options. To do this, they must follow the steps indicated in the following section, bearing in mind that this may affect the navigability of the web and its functionalities.


6.     What should the User do to delete cookies?

Users can enable or block cookies, as well as delete their browsing data from the browser used. All they have to do is consult the options and instructions offered by the browser itself.

Users must bear in mind that if third-party cookies have been accepted, they must be deleted from the options of the browser used, whether it is Firefox, Explorer, Safari, Opera, Google Chrome or any other available and in use. To do so, they must access the browser link and disable the cookies options.

  • Google Chrome

  • Mozilla Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

  • Safari

  • Safari IOS (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch)