COOKIE CONCEPT

While browsing through our website, we may collect information regarding traffic flow as well as visiting patterns of our domain Pages. Such information will be treated through cookies (small amounts of information in text format that the Site sends to the User’s computer while visiting the Site).

The purpose of using cookies is to personalize access to the Site in order to improve navigation and functionality conditions.

On this website we comply with the provisions of the Law on Information Society Services, a regulation which has been transposed into Directive 2009/136/EC, known as the “Cookie Law”.

A cookie is a small text file, which is stored on your computer, tablet, mobile phone or, in short, on the device you use to surf the Internet, and which can store information relating to the frequency with which you visit the web pages, your browsing preferences, the information you are most interested in, user names, register products, etc.

In our case, the cookies we use on our website do not collect personally identifiable information.

 

TYPES OF COOKIES

Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified into:

“Session Cookies” or “Persistent Cookies”: the former are deleted when you close your browser, while the latter remain on your computer.

“Own Cookies” or “Third Party Cookies”: depending on whether they belong to the owner of the website, or to a third party.

 


WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE?

 

Cookie name Description/Purpose Provenance Duration
SID, HSID, APISID, SAPISID, SSID Cookies used to display geographic locations, share on G+ in addition to the cookies that Google requires if you keep the session active with your account, managed entirely by Google. Third Party Cookie (google.com) Two years from installation or upgrade.
NID The Google +1 button used on our website is hosted on Google, your browser sends information of the cookies that Google requires if you keep the session active with your account, these data are used by Google in order to associate them to your account. Six months after installation or upgrade.
_ga This cookie is used to count how many times a user visits the site. It also records when you first and last visited the site. cookie own Two years from installation or upgrade.
_gat This cookie is used to know the time of navigation. It records the time of arrival at the page. One year from installation or upgrade.
datr Facebook uses security cookies. This security system called “Delta” checks each login if the user account is being used fraudulently by a third party. This check is carried out using the DATR cookie and the information it contains. Third Cookie

(facebook.com)

Two years from installation or upgrade
fr You have 2 parts: The first part of the cookie file is a browser identifier, which is used to identify the web browser. The second part of the cookie file is an encrypted version of the Facebook registered user ID. User ID is re-encrypted every hour at a different value. Two months after installation or upgrade.
lu The user ID of the previously registered user, or zero if the user has logged on explicitly.

A counter that contains the number of consecutive times the same user has logged on from this browser and has not logged on explicitly.

Two years from installation or upgrade
xs It is made up of four parts. The first part represents the session number. The second part is for the confidentiality of the session. The third part determines whether the user has allowed the safe navigation function. The fourth component that appears to be a Unix timestamp. Two months after installation or upgrade.
dnt If you have a Twitter account, these cookies will allow you to share content from our website with your Twitter contacts. Third Cookie

(Twitter.com)

Six months after installation or upgrade.
_ga, guest_id Twitter service plugin. Its purpose is to obtain information from users who have used this service. Two years from installation or upgrade
eucn It is incorporated in the social button “Tweet” included in some of the pages of the web. It is necessary to recognize the user logged in with a Twitter account and the posting of clicks on that button. One year from installation or upgrade
tfw_exp They are used to tweet and identify themselves on the website through a Twitter account, as well as information about the content seen by the user to display advertising based on it. Fifteen days from its installation or update.
lidc Used for routing. Sharing buttons and adding labels Third Cookie

(linkedin.com)

One day after installation or update.
bcookie Browser ID Cookie. Sharing buttons and adding labels One year from installation or upgrade.
li_at These cookies allow us to place certain LinkedIn features on our website, such as the ability to access member profiles. Downloading these cookies can and will vary depending on whether or not the user is logged in to LinkedIn at the time they are browsing the Website. One year from installation or upgrade
liap Three months after installation or upgrade
lidc Used for routing. Sharing buttons and adding labels One day after installation or update.
bcookie Browser ID Cookie. Sharing buttons and adding labels One year from installation or upgrade.
li_at Estas cookies nos permiten ubicar en nuestra web ciertas funcionalidades de LinkedIn, como la posibilidad de acceder a los perfiles de los miembros. One year from installation or upgrade
Liap Three months after installation or upgrade
_auth Cookie for Pinterest functionality Third Cookie

(Pinterest.com)

One year from installation or upgrade
_b Ten years after installation or upgrade
_pinterest_ct_rt Session Cookie
_pinterest_pfob Ten years after installation or upgrade
_pinterest_sess One year from installation or upgrade

 


 

HOW DO I REFUSE COOKIES?

You can set your browser to accept or reject the installation of all, or some type of cookie, or to request that you be notified when a cookie is placed.

 

Each browser has specific configuration instructions. Below we provide links to information concerning the most common browsers:

– Google Chrome

– Mozilla Firefox

– Internet Explorer

 

CHANGES TO THE COOKIE POLICY

We may update the Cookie Policy on our Website, so we recommend that you review this policy each time you access our Website in order to be properly informed about how and what we use cookies for.

 

 

TYPES OF COOKIES

Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified into:

“Session Cookies” or “Persistent Cookies”: the former are deleted when you close your browser, while the latter remain on your computer.

“Own Cookies” or “Third Party Cookies”: depending on whether they belong to the owner of the website, or to a third party.