Cookies are small data files that are generated on the User's computer and which enable the User him or herself to store the information generated by their activity on the Net. This website may use the following cookies:
Session cookies. Session cookies are memorized and are only of temporary value, in such a way that they do not permanently record any information on your computer's hard drive. These cookies store information relating to the beginning of each user's session.
Browser cookies. The principal objective of browser cookies is to avoid making recommendations to you that are not in tune with your interests and to provide you with personalised commercial propositions. These browser cookies base their use on the temporary tracking of Internet browsing. The User has the option of deleting this type of cookie prior to starting to browse on other pages of the website.
Statistical cookies. Statistical cookies provide the following information, the date and time of the last time the User visited our website, and access to the contents that the User selected on his or her last visit to our website. To establish usage statistics for our website we use statistical tools of a scope limited to the functions described in the previous paragraph and for the purposes of establishing the frequency with which our Users visit our website and the contents they find most interesting. By so doing we can concentrate our efforts on improving the areas most frequently visited and ensure the user more easily finds what he or she is looking for.
The website may use your visiting information to carry out evaluations and statistical calculations on anonymous data, as well as guarantee continuity of service or to carry out improvements to the website. Said information will not be used for any other purpose.
Third party cookies. The website may also install third party cookies that allow for the management and improvement of the services they provide. An example of this use are the services of Google Analytics.
Regardless of the afore-mentioned, the User has the option of configuring their browser to accept or reject cookies by default or to receive a warning on-screen as and when each cookie is received and thereby decide at that moment whether or not to allow its implementation on their hard drive or not. In order to do this, we suggest the help section of your browser to find out how to change the configuration currently in use.
-Microsoft Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, select Internet Options and then Privacy.
-Firefox, for Mac look on the Preferences menu, select Privacy, and then Show Cookies.
-Windows, in the Tools menu select Options, then Privacy and use personalised configuration for the history.
-Safari, in the Preferences menu, select Privacy.
-Google Chrome, on the Tools menu, select Options (Preferences for Mac), selecting Advanced and then the Content Configuration option in the Privacy section, and finally select Cookies in the Content Configuration dialogue.