What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a website places on your PC, phone or any other device, with information about your browsing on that site. Cookies are necessary to facilitate navigation and make it more friendly, and do not damage your computer. Although the general term of cookie is used in this policy because it is the main method of information storage used by this website, the “Local Storage” space of the browser is also used for the same purposes as cookies. In this sense, all the information included in this section is equally applicable to this “Local storage”.
Why are cookies used on this website?
Why are cookies NOT used on this website?
We do not store sensitive personal identification information such as your address, your password, etc., in the cookies we use.
Who uses the information stored in cookies?
The information stored in the cookies of our website is used exclusively by us, except for those identified below as “third-party cookies”, which are used and managed by external entities to provide services requested by us to improve our services and the User experience when browsing our website. The main services for which these “third-party cookies” are used are the obtaining of access statistics and guaranteeing the payment transactions made.
To restrict, block or delete cookies from this website you can do so, at any time, by modifying the configuration of your browser according to the guidelines indicated below. Although the configuration of each browser is different, it is usual for the configuration of cookies to be carried out in the “Preferences” or “Tools” menu. For more details on the configuration of cookies in your browser, see the “Help” menu of it.
What specific cookies does this website use and for what purposes?
Below is a table with the cookies used by this website together with the purpose of each of them.
These cookies obtain generic information about the accesses of the users to the website (not to the content of the same) to provide us later with aggregate information of said accesses for statistical purposes.