Cookies are small text files installed on the devices which access our website. Among other purposes, cookies register a user’s browsing preferences and habits. Despite being associated with that user and their computer, they don’t provide directly identifying data. There are cookies such as those which allow the generation of statistics or advertising, which require the consent of the user of our site. Whereas others, such as those of a technical nature or those necessary in order to offer a service requested by the user themselves, are essential for the site functioning. Cookies can be classified according to their validity, who manages them, and their purpose.
ACCORDING TO VALIDITY
Session: they’re temporary and remain in the cookies folder of the browser used to access the website, until the time when you leave the site.
Persistent: they remain saved and the website reads them every time you visit it.
ACCORDING TO WHO MANAGES THEM
Own: those which belong to the owner of the website from which services are provided to the user.
Third party: they are sent by the user to a third party, different to the owner of the site.
ACCORDING TO THEIR PURPOSE
Necessary: those that are essential in order to connect to the website. There’s no option to disable them, since they’re necessary for the functioning of the website.
Technical: those which allow traffic management and data communication, identify the session and access to restricted access pages, etc.
Preference: they allow your choices to be remembered (for example, your language or the region you access from), in order to provide advanced services.
Analytical: they provide statistical information and allow services to be improved.
Advertising: they offer advertising content related to the interests of the user, whether directly or by means of third parties (“ad servers”).
Geolocation: they provide the geographic location of the user.
We list the cookies our website uses, thereby giving the option (final column) for each user to authorise their download.
|Purpose||Supplier||Name of Cookie||Management||Expiration||Function|
|Technical||First-Party||PHPSESSID||First-Party||1 year||PHPSESSID. This cookie is used by the PHP encryption language to allow the SESSION variables to be saved on the web server.|
|Technical||First-Party||wp-settings-time-1, wp-settings-1||First-Party||1 year||These cookies are used by WordPress to customise the user interface.|
|Technical||First-Party||wordpress_logged_in_||First-Party||1 year||After logging in, WordPress activates the wordpress_logged_in_ cookie, whose function is to indicate when the person has logged in and who they are, used by the WordPress interface.|
|Technical||First-Party||wp-wpml_current_language||First-Party||1 year||Allows the user’s language to be remembered|
|Technical||First-Party||concentiment_cookies||First-Party||1 year||Saves the acceptance of the cookie notice|
|Technical||First-Party||dateExpireCookie||First-Party||1 year||Saves the expiration date of the cookie from the cookie notice|
|Technical||_GRECAPTCHA||Third-Party||6 months||This cookie is set by Google. In addition to certain standard Google cookies, reCAPTCHA sets a necessary cookie (_GRECAPTCHA) when executed for the purpose of providing its risk analysis.
|Analytical||_ga||Third-Party||2 years||Offer statistics on the use of websites. They can also be used together with some of the advertising cookies described above to show more relevant ads in Google properties|
|Analytical||_gid||Third-Party||23 hours||Stores a unique user ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.|
|Analytical||_gat||Third-Party||1 minute||Used to limit the percentage of requests. If Google Analytics has been implemented through the Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be called _dc_gtm.|
|Advertising||_gcl_au||Third-Party||15 days||Used by Google AdSense to experiment with the advertising eficiency in the websites that use their services|
|Advertising||_fbp||Third-Party||3 months||Used by Facebook to offer a series of advertising products, such as real-time offers from third-party advertisers.|
|Advertising||fr||Third-Party||3 months||Used by Facebook to show, mesure and improve their ads relevance.|
|Advertising||doubleclick.net||test_cookie||Third-Party||1 day||Used to check if the browser supports the user’s cookies.|
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