Cookies are small data files that are received at the terminal from the visited website and are used to record certain interactions of the navigation on a website by storing data that can be updated and recovered. These files are stored on the user’s computer and contain anonymous data that is not harmful to your computer. They are used to remember the user’s preferences, such as the selected language, access data or personalization of the page.
Cookies can also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor uses a site. For example, from which Web page you have accessed, or if you have used an advertising “banner” to arrive.
What types of cookies do we use?
1.- Own cookies
Technical cookies: Are those that allow the user to navigate through the web page or application and the use of different options or services that exist in it. For example, control traffic and data communication, identify the session, access restricted access web parts, remember the elements that make up an order, make the application for registration or participation in an event, use security elements during the browsing and storing contents for the dissemination of videos or sound.
Analytical cookies: Are those that allow tracking and analysis of user behavior on websites and develop navigation profiles and to know the preferences of users in order to improve the supply of products and services. For example, an analytical cookie would control the geographical areas of greatest interest of a user, which is the product with the most acceptance, etc.
- wordpress_test_cookie: This cookie is used so that the WordPress content manager checks if the browser has cookies enabled.
2.- Third party cookies
Are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that treats the data obtained through cookies.
- Google analytics: They collect Anonymous Information about the Navigation of Users through the Website in order to know the origin of the visits and other similar statistical data
- _ga It is used to differentiate between users and sessions.
- _utma To identify users who had already connected to the website, this is what differentiates between known and new users.
- _utmb Registers the arrival time to the web page. Expires after 30 minutes.
- _utmc Session variable to post its duration and it is automatically deleted when changing the web or when closing the browser.
- _utmt To process the type of request requested by the user. Expires at the end of the session.
- _utmz To save the source of the visit. Expires at 6 months.
- Social networks: Social networks linked to the web use a huge amount of cookies and similar technologies, which the user accepts during their use and use.
And if I do not want to have these cookies or do not do anything about it?
To comply with current legislation, we must ask for your permission to manage cookies. If you decide not to authorize the treatment indicating your non-compliance, we would only use technical cookies, since they are essential for browsing our website. In this case, we would not store any cookies. In the case of continuing browsing our website without denying your authorization implies that you accept its use.
If still, you decide to modify the configuration of your access to the Web page, you should know that it is possible to eliminate cookies or prevent this information from being registered on your computer by modifying the configuration parameters of your browser.
In addition, you can withdraw at any time the consent related to this Cookies Policy, eliminating the cookies stored on your computer through the settings and settings of your Internet browser.