Cookies policy

1.   Use of cookies in the Website

This Website uses first-party and third-party cookies for analytics, technical and profiling purposes, consequently processing the necessary data for making profiles based on a User's browsing habits.

2.   What is a cookie?

This Website uses cookies and/or similar technologies that store and recover information whenever you browse the site. In general, these technologies can be used for highly diverse purposes, such as recognising you as a user, obtaining information about your browsing habits or personalising the way in which the content is shown. How we specifically use these technologies is described below.

3.   What cookies are used in this Website?

Cookie Name Type What does it do? Expires
ckInfo Technical Checks whether the user has accepted the cookie policy. 1 year
ckAnalytics Technical Check if the user has accepted analytics cookies. 1 year
ckTwitter Technical Check if the user has accepted Twitter cookies. 1 year
JSESSIONID Technical Save User ID. Session
Cookie Name What does it do? Expires Provider
__ga Tracking users for Google Analytics 2 years from creation Google Analytics
_ga_gtag_UA_10876699_6 Google Analytics data 1 minute from creation Google Analytics
__gid Tracking users for Google Analytics 1 day from creation Google Analytics
cookiessession1 Controls the first access via http/https 1 year from creation FortiWeb web application firewall

4.   How can I block or eliminate the cookies used by this Website?

The first time that a User visits the Website, they will be cautioned about the use of cookies and will be given the opportunity to accept all of them or to access the settings panel included in this Cookies Policy. Except for first-party technical cookies, which are necessary for operation of the Website, all others can be rejected completely or individually.

In subsequent visits to the Website, a user can once again configure their preferences related to cookie use by accessing this Cookies Policy again. Also on the settings panel, users can allow, block or remove the cookies installed on their terminal through the settings options of the browser installed on their computer. If a user accepts third-party cookies, they will also be able to remove them from the system offered by each particular third party.

Blocking the installation of cookies does not prevent a User from effectively using the Website.

You can obtain more information about the transfers to third countries that are made by the third parties identified in the preceding table, if applicable, by accessing their corresponding policies (see the links provided in the "More information" column).