1.- GENERAL INFORMATION
Cookies are text files that are stored in the terminal of the visiting user with certain information about the visit to the website.
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2.- BLOCKING AND ELIMINATION OF COOKIES
As a general rule, browsers have different settings for cookies, which allow you to set different levels of privacy, so that, for example, all cookies that may be sent by a website like this one are denied or even all cookies that may have been saved are deleted. To modify these parameters, you can ask the manufacturer for help or consult the documentation listed below:
In the event that the user restricts or blocks any or all of the cookies on this website, it is possible that some of the functionalities or services provided on the website are not available.
3.- PRIVATE OR INCOGNITO NAVIGATION
Finally, apart from the possibility of restricting or deleting cookies, most web browsers allow visitors to visit pages using the modality known as “private browsing, incognito, inPrivate”. This functionality means that when you close the browser/tab, any navigation data that may have been stored or generated (including cookies) will be deleted.
4.- TYPES OF COOKIES
Necessary: They help to make a website usable by activating basic functions such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
Preferences: Allow the website to remember any information that changes the way the page behaves or looks, such as the preferred language or region.
Statistics: Help website owners understand how visitors interact with websites by collecting and providing information anonymously.
Marketing: They are used to track visitors to websites. The intention is to display ads that are relevant and attractive to the individual user, and therefore more valuable to publishers and third-party advertisers.
5.- WEBSITE COOKIES
The following website uses the following cookies:
|Cookie Name||Own or Third-Party||Type of cookie||Persistent or sessional||Porpuse|
|NID||Third-Party (Google)||Statistics||Persistent (6 months)||A unique identifier used by Google applications to store information about your preferences.|
|1P_JAR||Third-Party (Google)||Statistics||Persistent (1 week)||Transfer data to Google.|
|_gid||Third-Party (Google Analytics)||Statistics||Persistent (24 hours)||It is used to distinguish users.|
|_gat||Third-Party (Google Analytics)||Statistics||Persistent (1 minute)||Used to limit the percentage of requests. If you have implemented Google Analytics using Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be called _dc_gtm_.|
|_ga||Third-Party (Google Analytics)||Statistics||Persistent (2 years)||It is used to distinguish users.|
|wordpress_logged_in_[hash]||Own||Necessary||Sessional||After login, WordPress activates the wordpress_logged_in_hash] cookie, which indicates when you have logged in and who you are, and is used for the WordPress interface.|
|wordpress_[hash]||Own||Necessary||Sessional||This cookie is activated during login and saves the authentication details. Its use is limited to the administration area.|
|_icl_current_language||Third-Party (WPML)||Necessary||Sessional||Identifies the user’s language.|
|_icl_current_admin_language_[hash]||Third-Party (WPML)||Necessary||Sessional||Remember the language of the user who visited the site before. Maintains the language settings of the page.|