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What are Cookies and what are they used for?
Cookies are text files generated by a web server and stored in the computer/smartphone/tablet (hereinafter equipment) of a User on access to certain websites, to store and recover information on browsing by the user of that equipment. They may also consist of a code that unequivocally identifies the User while browsing. For this reason, cookies may store information on a User’s equipment or their browsing sessions on the websites visited, such as the page visited, internet connection time and other data, depending on the type of cookie.
In short, cookies are used on websites to obtain information on users’ browsing habits; improve users’ browsing experience; compile statistics on use of the website by users and other information such as the browser used, the number of pages visited, the number of visits, tracking of movements made by a user within a website, the time they spend in the website or in a particular page, filling or emptying of the shopping basket and other information; determine the users’ geographic location through geo-positioning of the device connected (information on the region and, potentially, details of the locality in some countries); measure the effectiveness of e-mail campaigns and improve the service features for specific segments of users, especially for those who have subscribed to receive commercial advertising and newssheets through electronic communications; find out whether the recipients of commercial advertising and newssheets have opened those communications and any use made of the links within them, or clicks on links within e-mail messages, drawing up campaign tracking reports with the information thus collected.
This website uses own and third party cookies. Specific information on the cookies used is included below.
In any case, you can control the cookies as they are stored in the browser of the equipment you are using, so you can read, filter, reject and delete them at any time.
What third party cookies are used on this website and for what purpose?
|Google maps||Google Inc.||> Privacy > Reject|
|Add to any||Social Interaction: Allows the website to be shared in social networks||AddToAny||> Privacy > Do not track > Reject 3P advertsing|
|AddThis||Website tools. Social interaction. Addthis allows the website to be shared in social networks such as Google+, Facebook, etc.||Oracle Inc.||> Privacy > Reject|
|Adobe Omniture||Analytical: Omniture provides anonymous data on visits to our website and allows us to run tests and assess the best way to present the website to our users||Adobe Systems Incorporated||> Privacy > Cookies > Reject|
|Prestashop||Operative – E-commerce: Allows storage of purchase options selected by the user and management of the shopping basket||Prestashop||> Cookies|
|YouTube||Web Video||Google Inc.||> > Privacy|
|Facebook Like, Comments, Feed||Facebook Inc.||> Privacy > Complements|
|Follow Us||Facebook Inc.||> Privacy > Complements|
How to reject, disable and eliminate the cookies used on our website
You can adjust the settings in the browser installed in your computer to manage (allow, block or eliminate) our cookies and any third party cookies used on our website.
Safari -> Select Safari > Preferences, click on Privacy
Android ->Settings of the browser used->Privacy of browser used
To disable cookies and data storage and recovery devices individually, you can install the “Ghostery” extension in your browser.
Users must bear in mind that certain features in the contents of this website are only available if you allow the installation of cookies in your browser. If you decide not to accept or to block certain cookies (according to their purpose), this might affect normal functioning of the website or prevent access to certain services.