Types of cookies used

This website uses both temporary session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies only store data whilst the user is on the website and permanent cookies store data on the terminal so that they can be accessed and used in more than one session.

Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained via the cookies is processed, the website can use:

Technical Cookies

These enable the user to browse the website or application and to use the different options or services provided there. For example, data traffic management and data communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted access areas of the website, remembering the elements included in an order, requests to register or participate in an event, use of security elements when browsing and storage of contents for publishing videos or audio.

Customization Cookies

These enable the user to access the service with general characteristics that are predefined on their terminal or that the user themselves defines. For example, the language, the type of browser through which they access the service, the design of the contents selected, geolocation of the terminal and regional configuration from where the service is accessed.

Advertising Cookies

These enable efficient management of the advertising spaces included on the website or in the application from which the service is provided. They enable the advertising content to be adapted so that it is relevant to the user and prevent advertisements being shown that the user has already seen.

Statistical analysis cookies

These enable the user’s behaviour on the website to be monitored and analysed. The information gathered by this type of cookie is used to measure website, application or platform activity and to create browsing profiles for the users of said sites, with the aim of implementing improvements in the service based on user usage data.

Third Party Cookies

On some websites it is possible to install third party cookies which enable the services offered to be managed and improved. Examples of these are the statistics services of Google Analytics and Comscore.

How are cookies managed in the browser?

The user has the option of enabling, blocking or deleting the cookies installed on their device via the browser settings installed on their terminal.

To adjust the permission settings related to cookies in the browser Google Chrome:

  • Click on the menu located in the tool bar.
  • Select Settings.
  • Click on Advanced.
  • In the ‘Privacy and Security’ section click on Site settings.
  • In the ‘Cookies and site data’ section you can set the options.

More information on Google Chrome

To adjust the permission settings related to cookies in the browser Mozilla Firefox:

  • Click on the menu in the top right-hand corner of the Firefox window.
  • Select Options.
  • Select the Privacy & Security panel.
  • Under the Firefox option you can select Use custom settings for history to set your options.

More information on Mozilla Firefox

To adjust the permission settings related to cookies in the browser Microsoft Edge:

  • Click on the menu in the top right-hand corner of the Microsoft Edge window.
  • Click on Settings, Privacy & Security and then ‘Choose what to clear’ under Clear browsing data to eliminate the cookies. Tick the Cookies and saved website data box and then click on Clear.
  • Go back to the Privacy & Security tab and Cookies. Use the drop-down list and select ‘Block all cookies’, ‘Block all third-party cookies’ or ‘Don’t block cookies’. Exit the menu

More information on Microsoft Edge.

If you block the use of cookies in your browser it is possible that some services or functions on the website will be unavailable.

On some browsers it is possible to set specific rules in order to manage cookies for each website, offering more control over your privacy. This means that it is possible to disable cookies on all sites except those that you trust.