What are COOKIES?
A cookie is a small piece of information, with a text file format, sent from a website and stored in the user’s browser, in such a way that the website can consult previous activity of the user (Wikipedia).
BLOCKING and DELETING COOKIES
In general, browsers offer several configuration options regarding cookies. These options allow the user to adjust various levels of privacy, so that, for example, the cookies sent from a site like this one are rejected or cookies that may have been saved are deleted. To change these parameters, you can consult the help tool on your browser or request information from its developers.
However, from here you can get the instructions for the most popular desktop and cell phone browsers.
If the user restricts or blocks some or all of the cookies of the present website, some of the tools or services provided by the page may not be available.
COOKIES WE USE ON THE WEBSITE
The cookies used by our website are associated exclusively with an anonymous user and his/her pc. Under no circumstance do they provide or gather information that allows access to the personal data of the user.
Google Analytics cookies (__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz). These four cookies are used by Google Analyticsto collect different information about user navigation at our site. For example, visitor location, visit details (time, page views, etc). Apart from blocking these cookies in the browser, users can also use this Google add-on to disable Google Analytics whilst browsing.
Web platform technical cookies (cookie-agreed-es, has_js). These cookies are used by the page so it can be visited.
Cookie Google (NID). This is a unique identifier used by Google applications to store information about user preferences.
Cookies Addthis (__atuvc, uid). These cookies are used by the tool addthis.com which allows users to share particular pages easily and these cookies remember options such as your preferences on which network (for example Facebook or Twitter) a particular user likes to share with. You can opt-out of this service on all websites that use addthis by following this link.
Cookie Twitter (guest_id). Twitter cookie appears on pages that use the button "Tweet" and serves to identify the user with a unique number associated with Twitter.
Cookies YouTube. YouTube cookies serve for sharing videos via YouTube, and remembering what videos you've seen.
Cookies Mailchimp. Mailchimp cookies serve for newsletter registation.
We recommend that you consult the following guide drawn up by Google and designed to provide instructions on how to safeguard yourself on the Internet.