A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser when you visit almost any web page. Its utility is that the web is able to remember your visit when you re-navigate that page. Cookies usually store technical information, personal preferences, personalization of content, usage statistics, links to social networks, access to user accounts, etc. The aim of the cookie is to adapt the content of the web to your profile and needs, without cookies the services offered by any page would be significantly reduced. If you want to find out more about what cookies are, what they store, how to delete them, deactivate them, etc., please go to this link.
This website uses the following own cookies:
You may exercise your right to disable or delete cookies from this website at any time. These actions are performed differently depending on the browser you are using. Here is a quick guide for the most popular browsers.
What is the cookie?
A cookie is a harmless text file that is stored in your browser when you visit almost any web page. The utility of the cookie is that the website is able to remember your visit when you re-navigate that page. Although many people don’t know it cookies have been used for 20 years, when the first browsers for the World Wide Web appeared.
What IS NOT a cookie?
It’s not a virus, or a Trojan, or a worm, or spam, or spyware, or pop-up windows.
What information does a cookie store?
Cookies do not usually store sensitive information about you, such as credit cards or bank details, photographs, your ID or personal information, etc. The data they store are of a technical nature, personal preferences, customization of content, etc.
The web server does not associate you as a person but your web browser. In fact, if you regularly browse with Internet Explorer and try browsing the same web with Firefox or Chrome you will see that the web does not realize that you are the same person because you are actually associating the browser, not the person.
What kind of cookies are there?
What are your own cookies and those of third parties?
The own cookies are those generated by the page you are visiting and those of third parties are those generated by external services or providers such as Twitter, Google, etc.
What happens if I disable cookies?
In order to understand the scope of disabling cookies we show you some examples:
Can you delete cookies?
Yes. Not only delete, but also block, in general or particular for a specific domain. To remove cookies from a website you must go to your browser settings and there you can search for cookies associated with the domain in question and proceed to their removal. Setting cookies for the most popular browsers
Here is how to access a particular Chrome browser cookie. Note: these steps may vary depending on the browser version:
To access the cookie settings of the Internet Explorer browser follow these steps (they may vary depending on the browser version):
To access the cookie settings of the Firefox browser follow these steps (they may vary depending on the browser version):
To access the cookie settings of the Safari browser for OSX follow these steps (they may vary depending on the browser version):
To access the cookie settings of the iOS Safari browser follow these steps (they may vary depending on the browser version):
To access browser cookie settings for Android devices follow these steps (they may vary depending on the browser version):
To access the browser cookie settings for Windows Phone devices follow these steps (they may vary depending on the browser version):
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