What is a cookie?
It is a file which downloads itself on your computer or other device when accessing certain websites which collect information on your browsing of the website. In some cases, cookies are necessary for facilitating browsing and allow the storage and recovery of information on the browsing habits of a user or their device, among other things, and based on the information they contain and the way in which your device is used, may be used to recognise the user.Identification of cookies usedFollowing the guidelines established by the Spanish Data Protection Agency, the cookies used on this website are classified as follows:Cookies propias: Son aquéllas que se envían al equipo terminal del usuario desde un equipo o dominio gestionado por el propio editor y desde el que se presta el servicio solicitado por el usuario.
The following table shows the own and third party cookies of the website and the purpose for which each one is used.
Cookies associated with Google Analytics The information collected by external Google plugins on our website, including the user's IP address, may be transmitted to Google and protected on its servers. which may be located in the United States, which is an International Transfer of Personal Data (ITD) to a country that does not have an adequacy ruling. In the Schrems II judgement, the Court of Justice of the European Union considers that the level of protection of personal data in the United States is a problem given the lack of proportionality caused by mass surveillance programmes based on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), Executive Order 12333 and Presidential Policy Directive 2832. The Court of Justice adds the lack of effective remedies in the United States equivalent to those required by Article 47 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (right to an effective remedy and to a fair trial).
Deactivation of cookiesYou may allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your device through the configuration of the options of the browser installed on your computer. Please closely read the help section of your browser to learn more about how to activate “private mode” or unblock certain cookies.
This information is managed entirely by Google. These cookies do not identify the user personally, unless they have an active Google session, in which case they are linked to said account.
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