Cookies

We use third-party cookies to process the information we obtain automatically in relation to how you use our digital services and media. The third parties in question may access this information to process it for their own purposes. The third parties are:

Measuring and analytics cookies: We use Google Analytics to obtain browsing information and to measure and analyse traffic. It is developed by Google and provides us with the service for measuring and analysing traffic to our webpages. The Google app may also use the data gathered to improve their own services and to provide services to other companies. You can find out about these other uses via the links provided.

The information obtained relates to the number of visits, the language, the social network in which our posts are published, the city or region of the IP address used to access the page, the number of new users, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the duration of the visit, the browser and the operator or type of terminal used.

We also use cookies derived from use of the contact form on our Site. The provider of the online form is Typeform.

Social cookies: These are installed when you visit our social media profiles via the links on our website. We neither manage nor install these cookies. You can find out more via the following links:

Information on cookies

We use various techniques to automatically collect the data described above. One of these is cookies.

A cookie is a piece of data, a file or a data storage and retrieval device that is downloaded to your device when you access our website or social media accounts or when you receive an email. Cookies enable us to automatically store and retrieve data on how you use our digital media and about the equipment or device that you use to access these.

There are different types of cookies. They include:

Own cookies: These are sent to your device from a domain managed by us and from which we provide our services. The domain hosts our website and/or our email service.

Third-party cookies: These are sent to your device from a device or domain not managed by us but by another entity so that they may provide a service to us and, in some cases, use the data themselves for providing their own services to third parties. All of this is carried out in accordance with a contract between ourselves and said entity to ensure, among other matters, that they process the information in a controlled manner.

Session cookies: These are designed to collect and store data while you are accessing a website, service, email or social network.

Persistent cookies: A type of cookie where the data continue to be stored on your device and may be accessed and processed for a period defined by those responsible for the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years.

Analytics cookies: These cookies, whether processed by us or by third parties, enable us to quantify and categorise users of our websites, blogs, emails or the social networks in which we have a presence, in order to measure and statistically analyse how our users interact with these.

Social network cookies: You can connect with these cookies to share content with us or with other social network users. These cookies are also used to obtain information on how you use our social networks.


Consent for installing cookies on your device:
You will be informed of our cookies policy when you first visit our website. You can accept cookies by clicking on the corresponding button or manage them as and when you wish. Your consent will be valid until such time as you withdraw it.


Withdrawing your consent:
If you later decide to withdraw your consent, you can configure your browser to reject all or some cookies and you can delete your browsing history to remove those cookies already installed (refer to the links above). Withdrawing your consent may mean that you cannot access some of the services on the website and may cause errors when using the website.

For more information about cookies, visit https://www.allaboutcookies.org/es/