Legal Warning

The Website uses cookies when a USER browses the websites and web pages of the Website.

The USER has the possibility of configuring their browser to be notified on the screen of the receipt of cookies and to prevent their installation on their hard drive.

Please, consult the instructions and manuals of your browser to expand this information. To use the WEBSITE, it is not necessary for the USER to allow the installation of the cookies sent by the website, notwithstanding that in such case it will be necessary for the User to register as a user of each of services whose provision requires prior registration.

The use of cookies and other tracking technologies is standardized on all websites and applications through which information about your online activities is collected through applications, websites, social networks or other services.

Below, we provide you with more information about how we use cookies and similar technologies and how you can control and manage cookies.


1      What is a cookie?

A Cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a web page, among others, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or their equipment and, depending on the information they contain and the way their equipment is used, they can be used to recognize the user. user. The user’s browser memorizes cookies on the hard drive only during the current session, occupying minimal memory space and not harming the computer. Cookies do not contain any kind of specific personal information, and most of them are deleted from the hard drive at the end of the browser session (so-called session cookies).

Most browsers accept cookies as standard and, regardless of them, allow or prevent temporary or memorized cookies in the security settings.


2      Why does this Website use Cookies?

Cookies are used in order to improve your user experience, therefore, they are an important part of how our Website works. Among other purposes, they can be used to remember the language you use while browsing and on future visits.


3      What information does a cookie store?

The cookies used by the website are only associated with an anonymous USER and their computer and do not themselves provide the USER’s name and surname. Thanks to cookies, it is possible to recognize registered USERS after they have registered for the first time, without having to register on each visit to access the areas and services reserved exclusively for them. The cookies used cannot read data from your hard drive or read cookie files created by other providers. The identification data of the USER person is encrypted for greater security.

Similarly, our web servers automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user. All this information is recorded in a server activity file that allows the subsequent processing of the data in order to obtain statistical measurements that allow us to know the number of page impressions, the number of visits made to our web services, etc.


4      What types of cookies are there?

  • Technical cookies: These are those that allow the user to navigate through the website or application and use the different options or services that exist in it. For example, controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted access web parts, remembering the elements that make up an order, making a request for registration or participation in an event, using security elements during the browsing and storing content for broadcasting videos or sound
    Analytical cookies: These are those that allow the monitoring and analysis of user behavior on websites. The information collected through this type of ‘cookies’ is used to measure the activity of the websites, application or platform and for the preparation of navigation profiles of the users of said sites, in order to introduce improvements in the service based on the usage data made by users.
    Personalization cookies: These are those that allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics predefined in their terminal or that the user defines. For example, the language, the type of browser through which you access the service, the selected content design, the geolocation of the terminal and the regional configuration from where you access the service.
    Social cookies: Those necessary to link the website with your social networks
    Advertising and preferences cookies: These are those that allow the effective management of the advertising spaces that have been included in the web page or application from which the service is provided. They allow the content of the advertising to be adapted so that it is relevant to the user and to avoid showing ads that the user has already seen
    Affiliate Cookies: They allow knowing where visits to the website come from
    Third-party cookies: On some web pages you can install third-party ‘cookies’ that allow you to manage and improve the services offered. For example, statistical services from Google Analytics and Comscore.Depending on their durability, they can be:Session cookies: Their validity expires when the browser is closed
    Permanent cookies: Their validity can be variable, once they have fulfilled the objective that motivated their installation or when the user proceeds to their manual deletion.

5      You can allow, reject or block cookies

The user may at any time choose which cookies he wants to work on this website through the browser settings. For more information look for “manage cookies” in your browser, the following information is by way of example as it may vary

There are third-party tools, available online, that allow users to detect cookies on each website they visit and manage their deactivation.

According to the EU directive, the cookies that require the express and informed consent of the user are analytics, advertising and affiliation cookies.

Those that are technical and necessary for the operation of the website or the provision of services expressly requested by the user are excepted.


6      Updates and changes in the Cookies Policy.

The person in charge may modify this Cookies Policy based on changes in the use of Cookies on its website, new legislative and regulatory requirements, or in order to adapt said policy to the instructions issued by the control authorities, specifically, the Spanish Agency for Data Protection.

It is therefore possible for significant changes to occur in this Cookies Policy which will be published in it. But it will be the responsibility of the User to access this Policy periodically to know any changes, without prejudice to the possibility of communicating such changes to the users of the website through an informative notice on our website and / or through other means.


7      What cookies are used on this website?


We use different types of cookies for the operation of Google’s website and ad-related products. Some or all of the cookies described below may be stored in the browser. You can view and manage cookies in your browser. (They may not be viewable in mobile browsers.) For example, if you use the Google Chrome browser, you can visit chrome: // settings / cookies.


These cookies allow sites to remember information that changes the behavior or appearance of the site.

For example, a website that remembers your preferred language or region may provide you with local weather reports or the news in your own language. These cookies can also be useful for changing the text size, font, and other customizable sections of web pages.

Most users of Google services have a preferences cookie called “NID” enabled in their browser. When you visit a Google service, the browser sends this cookie with your request to access a page. The NID cookie contains a unique ID that Google uses to remember your preferences and other information, such as the preferred language, the number of search results you want to display per page (for example, 10 or 20) and if you want to activate the Google SafeSearch filter.


Sites use these cookies to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login credentials, and protect user data from unauthorized third parties.

For example, cookies called “SID” and “HSID” contain digitally signed and encrypted records of a user’s Google Account ID and the most recent time of access. The combination of these cookies allows us to block many types of attacks, such as attempts to steal the content of the forms that you complete on web pages.


These cookies allow sites to function and provide services in the expected way.

For example, these cookies help visitors navigate web pages and access secure areas of a site. We use a cookie called “lbcs” which enables Google Docs to open many documents in a browser.

If this cookie is blocked, Google Docs and other services may stop working properly.


These cookies make advertising more attractive to users and more valuable to publishers and advertisers.

For example, we may use these cookies to target ads based on content relevant to a user, to improve performance reports for various campaigns, and to prevent a user from being shown ads that they have already viewed.

Google uses cookies, such as “NID” and “SID”, to personalize the ads that appear on its properties, such as Google Search. We use these cookies to remember the latest searches, your visits to an advertiser’s website, and your previous interactions with an advertiser’s search results or ads. This helps us show you personalized ads on Google.

We also use one or more cookies for the advertisements we serve across the web. One of the main advertising cookies on non-Google sites is called “IDE” and is stored in browsers in the domain. Another is stored at and is called “ANID.” In addition, other cookies called “DSID”, “FLC”, “AID”, “TAID” and “exchange_uid” are used. Other Google Properties, such as YouTube, may also use these cookies to show more relevant ads.

Sometimes advertising cookies may be set on the domain of the site you are visiting. For advertisements we display across the Web, cookies (for example, cookies called “__gads” or “__gac”) may be set on the domain of the site you are visiting. When you are on a site other than where these cookies were set, Google cannot read them, unlike cookies that are set on Google’s own domains. These cookies serve different functions (for example, to measure interactions with the ads on that domain and prevent the same ads from being shown too many times).

Google also uses conversion cookies (for example, so-called “__gcl”), whose main purpose is to help advertisers determine the number of times that people who click on their ads actually perform an action on the site (for example , A purchase). These cookies allow Google and the advertiser to determine whether you clicked on the ad and subsequently visited the advertiser’s site. However, Google does not use conversion cookies (which only last for a limited period) to target personalized ads. Some of our cookies may also be used to measure conversion events. For example, Google Marketing Platform and Google Analytics cookies may also be used for this purpose.

If you previously accessed your Google Account on another device, cookies called “AID”, “DSID” and “TAID” are also used to link your activity on different devices, coordinate the ads you see on them and measure conversion events. These cookies can be set on the domains, or

If you don’t want the ads you see to sync across different devices, you can disable Ads Personalization in Ads Settings.

Session status

These cookies help sites collect information about the way a user interacts with a site, allowing the site to improve the service and browsing experience.

For example, these cookies can be used to keep track of which pages users visit most frequently and whether people receive error messages from certain pages. Additionally, these cookies can be used to anonymously measure the effectiveness of pay-per-click and affiliate advertising. We use a cookie called “recently_watched_video_id_list” so that YouTube can record the most recently viewed videos in a particular browser.


These cookies allow sites to understand how visitors interact with them.

For example, Google Analytics is a Google analysis tool that helps website and app owners understand how users interact with their properties. Google Analytics may use a set of cookies to collect information and send Google reports with statistics on the use of websites without personally identifying users. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is called “__ga”. Google may also use Analytics cookies for this purpose on Google Properties.