Cookie Policy

What are cookies?
Cookies are files that the website server sends to your equipment (PC, tablet, moving body, etc.) in order to register its activity on this website. Cookies only collect statistical information and therefore are anonymous. Cookies are associated solely with your browser and therefore your user identity and the contents of your computer are completely anonymous to us. Cookies do not provide us your personal data.
Types of cookies
Cookies can be classified in several forms, the main ones we indicate next.
According to the organization that manages them, cookies can be:

  • Own: sent from equipment or a website managed by the website owner.
  • Third-party: sent from equipment or a website not managed by the website owner.

According to their duration cookiescan be:

  • Session: they erase automatically when the user closes the browser.
  • Permanent: they are stored for more time in the browser, even for years.

These cookies erase automatically when their purpose is fulfilled or manually.
According to their purpose cookies can be:

  • Technical: They are essential and strictly necessary for the correct operation of the website.
  • Personalization: They improve website navigation with some general characteristics (such as languages).
  • Analytical: They follow and analyze user behavior on the websites to which they are connected, with the purpose of introducing improvements based on the aggregated data.
  • Advertising: They manage, in the most effective form possible, the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the publisher has included in a website, application, or platform that serves requests based on criteria such as the published content or the frequency in which ads are displayed.

What types of cookies do we use?
We use non-excepted or third-party Cookies for website use analysis as well as advertising. Also, third parties can insert cookies in our website, so we recommend you consult our Cookie Policy for more information:

PHPSESSIDThird-partySessionStandard php Cookie to control the session maintenance
__utmaThird-party analytical cookie2 yearsGoogle Analytics cookie. It is used to differentiate between users and sessions. The cookie is created when loading the javascript library and there is no previous version of the __utma cookie. The cookie is updated whenever it sends data to Google Analytics. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
__utmbThird-party analytical cookie30 minutesGoogle Analytics cookie. It is used to know if there is a new session or visit. The cookie is created when loading the javascript library. The cookie is updated whenever it sends data to Google Analytics. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
__utmcThird-party session cookieSessionGoogle Analytics cookie. This cookie is used to facilitate urchin.js library functionality. Historically, this cookie works along with the __utmb cookie to know if the user is a new session or visit. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
__utmtThird-party session cookie10 minutesGoogle Analytics cookie. It is used to control the number of requests. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
__utmzThird-party analytical cookie6 monthsGoogle Analytics cookie. Saves the source of the traffic or campaign explaining from where the user reaches the website. The cookie is created when the javascript library loads and is updated whenever it sends data to Google Analytics. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
_gaThird-party analytical cookie2 yearsUsed to differentiate between users and sessions. The cookie is created when loading the javascript library and a previous version of the _ga cookie does not exist. The cookie is updated whenever it sends data to Google Analytics. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
_gatThird-party analytical cookie10 minutesUsed to differentiate between the different tracking objects created in the session. The cookie is created when loading the javascript library. The cookie is updated whenever it sends data to Google Analytics. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
(Linkedin cookies)Third-partySession up to 2 yearsLinkedin can insert advertising/analysis cookies in our website. For more information visit Linkedin’s Cookie Policy link
(Twitter cookies)Third-partySession up to 2 yearsTwitter can insert advertising/analysis cookies in our website. For more information visit Twitter’s Cookie Policy link
(Google+ cookies)Third-partySession up to 2 yearsGoogle+ can insert advertising/analysis cookies in our website. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
(YouTube cookies)Third-partySession up to 2 yearsYouTube can insert advertising/analysis cookies in our website. For more information visit Google’s Cookie Policy link
(Pinterest cookies)Third-partySession up to 2 yearsPinterest can insert cookies in our website. For more information visit Pinterest’s Cookie Policy link

How to revoke and eliminate cookies?
You can configure your browser options to allow, block, or eliminate the cookies installed on your equipment. We explain how next:

Internet Explorer cookie settings
Firefox cookie settings
Google Chrome cookie settings

Safari cookie settings
You can obtain more information about us through our Legal Notice and Privacy Policy.
This Cookie Policy is reviewed periodically to assure its validity, so it may be modified.
Thursday September 17th, 2015.