What are cookies?
A cookies is a text file that a web server leaves on the user’s hard drive so that they can be identified when they log on again. Cookies make websites easier to use and browse, offering countless advantages in the provision of interactive services. Cookies are used to manage the user’s session (e.g. reducing the number of times they have to enter their password) or to tailor the content of a website to their preferences (e.g. language), among other purposes. Cookies can be either “session” cookies – which means that they are deleted when the user leaves the website that generated them – or “persistent” cookies, which remain on the user’s computer until a certain date.
What kind of cookies does this website use?
This website uses different types of cookies for different purposes, and these are listed below:
Technical cookies: These enable the user to browse the website and use the various options that are contained within, e.g. session identification, accessing restricted areas or sharing content via social networks.
Personalisation cookies: These enable the user to access the service with certain predefined general characteristics which are based on a series of criteria found on the user’s terminal (examples include language, the type of browser used to access the service, the local settings from which the service is being accessed, etc.).
Analytical cookies: These allow the behaviour of website users to be monitored and analysed. The information gathered through these types of cookies is used for measuring website activity in order to make improvements based on the analysis of data related to how visitors use the service.
Third party cookies used on this website
This website uses third party cookies. Listed below are the third parties that use these cookies:
- Google Analytics → Statistical analysis of the use of the website
How can I disable or remove cookies?
Users can disable and/or remove cookies if they wish. By way of additional information for the user, here is a list of the main browsers and how to modify their cookie settings accordingly:
- Google Chrome: Settings. Advanced Options. Privacy. Cookies.
- Internet Explorer: Tools. Internet Options. Privacy. Advanced.
- Firefox: Preferences. Privacy.
- Safari: Preferences. Privacy.