Cookie Policy

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is nothing but a text file that you can easily read using a Notebook program on your computer. You have to understand that a cookie is not a program and that they don’t do anything at all. Most of the time, they have two types of information: a unique user ID and a site name.

When visiting a website that uses cookies for the first time, cookies are then downloaded into your computer. In the second visit to the site, your personal computer checks if there’s a relevant cookie (one that has the name of the site for example) and then sends this information back to the site. Once this happens, the site “Knows” that you have been there before, and in many cases, tailors what pops up on your screen to take account of it. That’s why it is really helpful to vary content according to if this is the first time you visit the site or your 33rd time. 

Cookies may have many functions, and one of them is for user control. This means that, when the user enters their username and password, a cookie is generated so they do not repeat this step every time they try to enter the page. A cookie identifies a combination of computer-browser users, not a person.

In addition to that, cookies can be used to get information about the user’s browsing habits. Cookies don’t usually store sensitive information about the user (you), such as credit card numbers or bank details, photographs, your ID or personal information, among others. This data they keep is for technical nature, personal preferences, personalization of content, etc. 

You can block, delete, accept, or block cookies if you want to. You only need to go to your web browser setting menu.

What type of cookies are there?

  • Technical cookies: these are the most basic and they help to distinguish a human user from a robot, they also identify when an anonymous or registered user navigates, execute basic tasks for the operation of any dynamic web, etc.
  • Analysis cookies: they store information on the type of navigation that is done, the parts that are most used, time zones, products consulted, language, etc.
  • Advertising cookies: they display advertising based on your browsing, country of origin, language, etc.


These are some of the cookies used on this website:

  • Session Cookies: these cookies make sure that users who comment on blogs are humans and not robots or applications.
  • Google Analytics: helps to store cookies in order to be able to compile statistics on traffic, and volume of visits to the website store. When you use this website you are giving your consent so Google can process information about you. So, the exercise of any right in this sense must be direct with Google.
  • Social networks: Every social network uses its own cookies to click buttons such as “Like” or “Share”.
  • User-centric Security Cookies: they help to detect any type of authentication abuses for a limited persistent time, like repeated failed login attempts. The purpose of these kinds of cookies is to help you improve the security of the service. 
  • Flash Cookies: also called multimedia content player session cookies used for the time of a session in order to store technical information needed to playback video or audio content (the quality images, the speed of the network link, and buffering parameters).
  • Load Balancing Session Cookies: these types of cookies are used to determine the duration of the session in order to identify the same server in the pool so for the load balancer to redirect user’s requests appropriately.
  • User Interface Customization Persistent Cookies: the main use of these kinds of cookies is to store users’ preferences regarding a service across web pages.

How to delete/deactivate cookies on your personal computer?

In order to eliminate, erase, or remove cookies from a website in your browser you have to go to the browser’s setting menu and delete the cookies that are associated with the domain.

  • Google Chrome: Tools - Settings - Advanced settings - Content settings - Cookies
  • Mozilla Firefox: Tools - Options - Privacy - History -  Use custom settings for history (uncheck all boxes).
  • Internet Explorer: Tools - Security - Delete Browsing History - Select Cookies and Website data - Delete
  • Safari: Edition - Preferences - Privacy - Block cookies - (select “always”).
  • Opera: Menu - Settings - Privacy and Security - Cookies section (select Block third-party cookies and site data).

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Our website uses these cookies to ease browsing in compliance with cookies regulations, nevertheless, we do not collect or transfer user data.

Our website uses its own cookies and third-party cookies as well. This website also uses analysis services, affiliation, and social networks.  When browsing this site you are accepting its use. 

This website uses its own and third-party cookies to offer the user a better experience and service. Every time you browse or use our services, you accept their use. You can change the settings of 'cookies' at any time.

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