1. WHAT IS A COOKIE?
Cookies are small data files that are stored in the user’s computer and that contain certain information on the user’s visit to the website. The cookie is downloaded by the device that is used to access the website and stored in this device’s hard disk. Cookies have various uses, among them to allow the website to recognise the device when the user visits us again, to ensure that the correct content is received or to save information with preferences or services that the user has given us. Cookies do not harm the user’s device.
In this cookies policy we use the word cookie to refer to all files that store information in this way.
3. WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE?
Cookies vary according to their function, the duration they are used for, and/or who manages them. It is important to take into account that a cookie may belong to several categories. Below, the user can see a description of the cookies used by this website:
Technical cookies are those that allow the user to browse the website and use the different options or services that it offers. Our Website uses technical cookies, some of which are essential for the website to operate, such as, for example, cookies that allow us to identify users so that they can enter their private area or to maintain the session with the server. If the user decides not to enable these cookies, browsing on the website may not be possible or may be a less satisfactory experience.
Analysis cookies make it possible to obtain generic information on user access to the website in order to provide aggregated information on them for statistical purposes. This type of cookie is used to analyse how users browse the website and also to monitor its performance. Additionally, tools used to obtain statistics on how the website is used make it possible to obtain a more detailed understanding of the behaviour of the website’s visitors and users. This data may be collected, processed and stored, associated with an IP address or to a certain user or be subject to a dissociation process in order to obtain conclusions based on anonymous data.
The information collected through cookies may include, among other information, the IP address that identifies the computer at that time, the date and time of access and the areas of the website visited. The purpose of collecting this data is to monitor the use and usefulness of our website, for statistical and security purposes.
These are cookies sent to your terminal from a unit or domain managed by CIRSA and from which the service requested is provided.
We use functionality cookies to remember your preferences. For example, we remember changes you made in your account’s preferences.
Cookies can also be used to remember the user’s settings and preferences in terms of the design, colours and areas or menus that you wish to be more accessible on the home screen.
4. HOW TO DISABLE AND BLOCK COOKIES?
We inform you that, in any case, you can disable or block cookies by activating your web browser settings that allow you to block the installation of all cookies or a specific cookie. You can still use our website if you block them, but the use of some services may be limited and therefore your user experience of our website may be less satisfactory.
If you wish to withdraw your consent regarding this Cookies Policy, you should delete the cookies stored on your computer through your internet browser’s preferences and settings.
You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer through the settings options of the web browser installed on your computer. For more information on how to adjust your cookies settings in the following web browsers, click on the following links:
5. CHANGES TO THE COOKIES POLICY
It is possible that this Cookies Policy is subject to changes or modifications, so we recommend you to review this policy each time you access our website in order to be adequately informed about how and what we use the cookies.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions about our Cookies Policy, please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.