WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a small bit of information that websites send to your browser allowing the website to recall information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other options. Cookies play an important role since they make your next visit easier and the website more useful to you, while ensuring your network experience is much more enjoyable.
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When a user browses the website, the provider may use their own cookies or the cookies of a third party contracted for analytical services. These cookies are files sent to browsers through a web server in order to register the user’s activity during their time browsing.
The cookies that the website uses are only associated with an anonymous user and their computer, and do not themselves provide personal user data.
By using cookies, it is possible for the server on which the website is located to recognise a web browser being used by the user in order to make browsing easier. For example, this allows users that have previously registered on the website to access areas, services, promotions, or contests that are reserved exclusively for them without having to register with each visit. They are also used to measure the audience and traffic parameters, and control the progression and number of entries.
The user is able to configure their browser in order to be notified when cookies are received, and prevent them from being installed on their system. Please consult your browser’s instructions and manuals for more information to this end.
The user does not need to allow cookies sent by this website, or a third party acting in its name, to be installed on their system unless it is necessary for the user to sign in to a session for any services requiring prior registration or login. In all cases, the cookies used on this website are temporary, with the sole purpose of making their later transfer more efficient. In no case will cookies be used to collect personal information.
The website’s servers may automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it is connected to the internet. All this information is recorded in a duly registered server activity file that enables subsequent data processing in order to obtain purely statistical measurements that allow us to know the number of page impressions, the number of visits made to web services, the order of visits, the point of access, etc.