A cookie is a small file that is stored when you visit a page in the browser of your computer or mobile device, and that allows to store and to recover certain information about your navigation, or to recognize you to facilitate the access to certain services.
Some are technically essential, such as those used so that when you go shopping or access your email you do not need to be entering your username and password at every step. These are the so-called "technical cookies" and are only used while you are on the website. If these are deactivated, it is possible that you will not be able to access correctly all the contents and services of this website, or that your navigation will be a little more uncomfortable if you access some space where it is necessary to recognize it.
Others are the so-called "analytical cookies", which can allow us to collect statistics on your navigation, allowing us to know your interests in order to offer you a service more oriented to your preferences and needs. Disabling these cookies does not impair the functionality of the site, but you may not receive commercial or advertising content specifically targeted to you.
This page does not make use of so-called "analytical cookies", neither our own nor those of third parties.
If any advertising or commercial communication is displayed on the site, it is fixed, rotating, or random, with the same criteria for all visitors regardless of their personal identification or browsing.
IN NO CASE, PERSONAL DATA ARE COLLECTED, NOR ARE THEY PROVIDED TO THIRD PARTIES, OF COURSE.
Remember that in some cases if you disable them, your navigation of many sites can be difficult, in things like, for example, managing content, consulting the mail, or making a purchase online.
This process is different depending on the web browser you use on your computer or mobile device, but the vast majority have tools that allow you to configure whether you want cookies to be automatically deleted when you close the application, or permanently disabled. Therefore, for your convenience, we provide below some links in which you can learn how to configure the most common browsers:
Safari - http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042