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What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that is stored on the user's computer and can recognize, although no data is personal information that is personally identifiable. Its main functions are to keep track of users, or get information about browsing habits. Cookies are essential for the operation of Internet, providing many advantages in providing interactive services.

What kind of cookies there is and what it is used?

The information provided below will help you understand the different types of cookies:

According to the storage of the data:

- Session Cookies

Are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the website, so it is not registered on the user's hard drive. The information collected through these cookies, is used to analyze traffic patterns on the web.

- Persistent Cookies

They are stored on the user's hard drive and reads our website every time you make a return visit. They have a set expiration date. The cookie will stop working after that date.

Depending on the level of relationship with the user:

- Origin cookies

Directly served by the same web domain visited by the user (eg and usually linked to supplying the service or web analytics tasks.

- Third Party Cookies

Linked to alternative domain names from the same lender or external providers of this specialized advertising campaign management, personalization and likewise web analytics. While initially all browsers accept cookies origin, some of them disabled the third to lack of an action expressed by the user.

Depending on the level of intrusiveness:

The cookies quoted below can be classified by the criterion of "level of intrusiveness" on a scale of 1 to 3:

- Level 1

Corresponds to essential internal use cookies to provide the service requested by the own user.

- Level 2

Corresponds to anonymous internal use cookies required for maintenance of content and navigation, as well as cookies managed by third parties under explicitly requested by the user on the websites of those (eg Social Plugins Facebook or Twitter) services .

- Level 3

Corresponds to cookies managed by third parties in connection with services not explicitly requested by the user, allowing monitoring through external websites which the owner of the website visited by the user does not hold (eg management platforms advertising). The specification of this level is accompanied by its owner. The use of cookies is subject to Level 3 prior permission of the user by means of confirmation of acceptance.

How I can manage cookies?

You have the option not to receive cookies or to be informed about their fixation by configuring your browser. How to configure your browser to manage cookies, we invite you to consult the help of your browser.

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Tag cookie Own or third Expiry date of the cookie once installed Which domain is associated with the cookie   Function and purpose of the cookie
PHPSESSID OWN After the session 1 Cookie programming. Does not save user information.
__utma Google Anaytics 31 days 2 Internal measurement with Google Analytics
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__utmz Google Anaytics 180 days 2 Internal measurement with Google Analytics