Use of cookies

What are cookies for?

Cookies are small information files that are stored on your computer, tablet, phone or other device with Internet access through the browser. Information retained by cookies is forwarded to the site server whenever the browser opens one of its pages. 

Cookies help determine the usefulness, interest and uses of a site, allowing for faster and more efficient browsing. Avoid repeated introduction of the same information.

What kind of cookies do we use on the site?

There are two main types of cookies: session and permanent cookies. Session cookies are temporary and only remain in the cookie file until the user leaves the site, so they are deleted when you close the browser. The information obtained serves to analyze traffic patterns, which facilitates the identification of problems. The permanent cookies are stored until you delete them manually or the expiration date expires. They are used whenever the user makes a new visit to the site for a more personalized service, adjusting the navigation to their interests. 

Of these, we use cookies for various purposes. Analytical cookies are used anonymously for statistical purposes. Feature cookies store user preferences. Third-party cookies measure application success and can be used to customize buttons, menus, icons, and other graphical user interface components (called widgets ). 

We do not store personally identifiable information in the cookies we use. We also do not use cookies to direct advertising to our users based on their browsing, or for other advertising purposes of our own or third parties.

How to manage cookies?

All browsers allow the user to accept, decline or delete cookies at any time by configuring the appropriate settings in their browser. You can set cookies in the "Options" or "Preferences" menu of your browser. 

Note that when you disable cookies, you lose the autofill of some data, such as login. In addition, it can prevent some online services from working properly, affecting site navigation.

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