Below we explain how we, our partners and other third parties use these technologies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are files sent to your browser and installed in the terminal you use to browse. Their purpose is to store information that can be gathered later.
This technology is essential to ensure that this website and its content function correctly; it also ensures its integrity, availability and relevance. In addition, it provides significant advantages in terms of the services provided, making the site easier to navigate and improving its usability.
Cookies cannot read any data stored on any terminal; nor can they harm or alter your device.
What types of cookies does this website use?
The information provided below will help you understand the different types of cookies installed on the different pages in this website. We also provide details about the cookies our partners and/or third-party operators install or may install.
|TYPE OF COOKIES||DESCRIPTION||THIRD PARTIES|
|SESSION||Session cookies are essential for the website to function correctly and for you to be able to browse the site without interruptions, remembering your language and country settings. They serve to identify the same user or browsing session, thus measuring the frequency of ad campaigns, for example.||No|
|TECHNICAL||Technical cookies store generic and anonymous data and don’t generally include any personally identifiable information. Some technical cookies may, however, include personal data. The aim of both is to ensure that the website works correctly.||No|
|REGISTRATION||Registration or log-in cookies are created when users log in to the site. They’re used to identify the users after they have been authenticated within the platform.||No|
|ANALYTICAL||These cookies serve to analyze and measure the website’s different properties and functionalities in order to improve them. These installed cookies belong to third parties.
For example, Google Analytics helps websites understand the way users interact with the different website elements. This may involve using a set of cookies to gather information and provide statistics regarding how the websites are used, all without personally identifying Google visitors.
|GEOLOCATION||These third-party cookies belong to Google TagManager. They store data on users’ physical locations. When using a Google service that can register these locations, the cookies can gather data on users’ real locations through GPS signals emitted by their mobile devices. They can also use different technologies to determine their locations, such as the data provided by users’ device sensors, for example, their WiFi access points or the closest phone towers.||Google TagManager|
How can I manage my cookies?
Go to your browser’s preferences where you can determine if you don’t want to accept any cookies, if you want to eliminate any existing ones and/or eliminate them before browsing other website pages.
To configure your cookie preferences, click on the following links depending on the browser you use and follow the instructions:
Cookies Policy Last update: October 8, 2018