Cookies are text files that contain small amounts of information downloaded to the user’s device when they visit a website. Their main purpose is, on the one hand, to recognize the user each time they access the website, displaying it according to the established browsing preferences. Additionally, where applicable, cookies are used to analyse user navigation and deliver personalised advertising.


In accordance with current legislation, any website using cookies must provide clear and complete information about the purpose or purposes of these cookies. It is mandatory to obtain express consent from users before downloading them, except for what is referred to as “excepted cookies,” for which obtaining consent is not required (meaning they are exempt from consent).

Exempted cookies include:

Technical or essential cookies: These enable user navigation through a website, platform, or application and the use of various options or services available, such as controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted access parts, remembering items in a shopping cart, completing the order process, managing payment, controlling fraud linked to service security, making a registration or participation request in an event, counting visits for software license billing purposes, using security elements during navigation, storing content for video or sound dissemination, enabling dynamic content (e.g., loading animation of text or image), or sharing content through social networks in cases where the user has decided to remain logged in. Cookies that allow for the most effective management of advertising spaces, as part of the design or “layout” of the service offered to the user by the editor on a website, application, or platform, also fall into this category by their technical nature.

Exempted customization cookies: These cookies allow remembering information so that the user accesses the service with certain characteristics that can differentiate their experience from that of other users. Examples include language preferences, the number of results to show when the user performs a search, the appearance or content of the service based on the type of browser through which the user accesses the service, or the region from which the user accesses the service, etc.

The use of the remaining cookies – that is, those not exempted – entails the obligation to inform and obtain the express consent of the user before their download.


Cookies can be classified based on various criteria. From a legal standpoint, as explained in the previous section, there are exempted and non-exempted cookies. Other classification criteria consider the type of cookie management (first-party or third-party), activation time (session cookies and permanent cookies), or the purpose of the cookies.

The classification of non-exempted cookies based on purpose is particularly relevant. From this perspective, non-exempted cookies can be:

• Non-exempted customization cookies: These allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics that are not based on an option exercised by the user.

• Analytical cookies: Whether used by the site owner or third parties, these cookies allow measurements of user activity for statistical purposes.

• Behavioural advertising cookies: These enable the most effective management of advertising spaces that the editor may have included in a website, application, or platform providing the requested service. These cookies store information about user behavior obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits, allowing the development of a specific profile for displaying advertising based on it (personalized advertising).

• Plugin cookies: Cookies used by external content providers’ plugins are necessary for the user to access previously requested content or services, such as viewing videos hosted on YouTube, geographical locations on Google Maps, connecting with social networks, etc. These cookies are governed by the respective cookie policies of external providers.

By clicking on social media plugins included on a website, your browser will connect to the corresponding social network server, allowing the social network provider to know which website the user came from when accessing the social network site. If you wish to prevent this linking, you should log out of the social network website before visiting any other site.


This website uses the Google Analytics tool, which is a web analytics service based on information obtained through analytical cookies. Within the European Union, this service is provided by Google Ireland Limited. Currently, international data transfers to the United States directed to Google LLC and its subsidiaries are guaranteed by their inclusion in the list of participants in the EU-USA Data Privacy Framework agreement.


If the user has accepted the use of one or more types of non-exempted cookies, they can change their settings at any later time by rejecting or disabling their use through the website’s cookie settings box. Similarly, the user can allow, block, or delete cookies installed on their device by configuring the options in the browser installed on their computer.

In any case, it should be noted that if the user chooses to block or delete cookies, we may not be able to retain their preferences, and some features of the website may not be operational. It is possible that we may need to request authorization for cookie usage again.

Please be aware that if you accept third-party cookies, you will need to delete them through the browser options or through the system provided by the third party.

For more information on how to disable cookies from browsers, please refer to:

Microsoft Edge: edge://settings/privacy

Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-sitios-web-rastrear-preferencias

Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=es

Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042


Opt out cookies: Many online advertising companies provide “opt-out cookies” to users. “Opt-out cookies” are cookies created by advertising companies to allow users to block and prevent other companies from installing third-party advertising cookies. “Opt-out cookies” are specific to a server, so they only block cookies from a particular company. For a more generic blocking, users should configure cookies through their browser settings.

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