Definition of Cookies
A cookie is a small text file sent to the browser by the visited website and then stored on the hard disk of the user’s computer. When you connect to the website again, cookies are read back and recognized by the website that sent them. While visiting a website, you may receive cookies from a third-party website (so-called “third-party cookies”), for example, links to web pages of other domains.
Cookies can be used for different purposes, such as allowing a website to recognize a user’s device, or monitoring sessions and storing specific information about users accessing the server.
1. Types of Cookies
a) Technical Cookies are necessary for a website to function properly and to allow a user to make use of a service.
b) Functional Cookies are used to facilitate website navigation, to store selected settings, and to provide customized features.
c) Analytical Cookies are used by websites to collect information on usage habits, visited pages, and any errors that may occur during browsing. These cookies do not collect information that could identify the user’s computer. All information collected by these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous.
Each browser has a different procedure for managing settings. Below are specific instructions for each browser:
- How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer
- How to delete cookies in Internet Explorer
- How to manage cookies in Firefox
- How to delete cookies in Firefox
- How to manage cookies in Chrome
- How to manage cookies in Safari and iOS
This site also acts as an intermediary for third-party cookies, which are used to provide additional services and features to users. These also improve user experience of the site via such things as buttons for social media, or videos. This site has no control over the cookies of third parties—they are entirely managed by third parties. As a consequence, information on the use of these cookies and their purpose, as well as how to disable them, are provided directly by the third parties on the pages indicated below.
|Third Party||It collects user web data of the site in order to know the visits acquisition and another stadistics data. It does not get users personal data or address where they are connected from.||Google Analytics Privacy centre of Google:|
|cookie_notice_accepted||Cookie Notice plugin||Own||It is a cookie notice in order to know that it does not have to show again after a second time user gets into the website (it has been already accepted)||–|
2. how to disable cookies
Tools -> Options -> Privacy-> History -> Customixez Settings
For further information, you can go to Mozilla´s support or browser´s Help .
Settings -> Show advaced Settings -> Privacidad -> Configuración de contenido
For further information, you can go to Google´s support or browser´s Help.
Preferences -> Security
For further information, you can go to Apple´s support or your browser´s Help .
Navegador Internet Explorer:
Tools -> Internet Optios -> Privacy -> Settings
For further information, you can go to Microsoft´s support or your browser´s Help .