This website uses its own and third-party cookies to guarantee the correct operation of all its components. In the next sections, you will find more details about the kinds of cookies used by this website, and their purpose.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small fragments of text that the websites you visit send to your browser, and allow them to remember information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other options, which can make your next visit easier and more comfortable. Cookies play a very important part, and suirfing the web without them would be a much more frustrating experience.
Which cookies require user consent?
Current regulations establish that all analytic and marketing cookies require previous user consent before being saved. This requirement is also extended to third-party cookies that, regardless of their importance for the correct operation of the website, involve the exchange of information with these third parties that could be considered personal or identifiable.
Apart from this, the regulation contemplates the existence of technical and functional cookies, which are essential to the correct operation of the website, and bear no risk of identifiable information exchange with third parties. Theses cookies are exempt from the requirement to ask for express consent before they can be saved.
What kind of cookies are used here?
Technical and functional: strictly necessary for the correct operation of the website and its functionalities. These cookies are essential for the basic operation of the website, and therefore require no explicit consent from the user.
These are the technical cookies used by this website:
- web_session: session cookie, which uniquely identifies the session of each user. It's used to show specific contents to each user depending on their behavior (error messages after filling in forms, notifications, etc.). This cookie is automatically removed upon closing the browser.
- XSRF-TOKEN: security token used to avoid CSRF attacks on web requests. This cookie is automatically removed upon closing the browser.
- lang: code for the user's navigation language. Once established, and every time it is updated (upon changing the website language), the cookie is renewed to be available for 5 years. The duration of this cookie allows the site to keep the same language for a user between different sessions, even though it doesn't match the browser's language.
- cookie-consent: information about third-party cookie consent. This cookie has a lifespan of 1 year, after which it will be eliminated, and consent will need to be renewed.
Third-party cookies: cookies established by third-party services used by this website. These cookies require the user's explicit consent, so they will never be saved without previously asking for permission.
How can I disable cookies?
The procedure to eliminate or disable cookies varies depending on the browser. To know which steps to follow on your browser, select it below:
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