1. ABOUT COOKIES
Moreover the Web may know all services requested by users so it may provide information suitable for the preferences of each user.
2. TYPES OF COOKIES
Depending on their Permanence, cookies may be divided into:
|Session cookies||They expire when the user closes the browser.|
|Persistent cookies||They expire when their purpose is accomplished (for example, for the user to remain identified in the Services) or when erased manually.|
Depending on their Owner, they may be divided into:
|Own cookies||Those sent to the terminal of the user from a device or domain managed by the editor and from which the service requested by the user is provided.|
|Third party Cookies||Those sent to the terminal of the user from a device or domain not managed by the editor but rather by another entity that treats the information obtained from cookies.|
In addition, depending on their Objective, Cookies may be classified as:
|Performance Cookies||This type of Cookies remembers its preferences for the tools in the services so it does not have to configure the service in every visit.
As way of example, this type includes:
· Adjustment of volume of video and sound players.
· Video transmission speeds compatible with browser.
|Geo-localization cookies||These Cookies are used to know the country of location when a service is requested. This Cookie is totally anonymous and only used to help orient the content to its location.|
|Registry Cookies||Registry cookies are created once the user has registered or afterwards it has opened its session and are used to identify it in the services with the following purposes:
· To keep the user identified so that when closing a service, the browser or computer and in any other time or day access again such service it will continue identifying, easing therefore its navigation without having to load again. This function can be eliminated if the user clicks on “close session” so this Cookie is eliminated and the next time it access the service the user will have to start the session to be identified.
· To verify if the user is authorized to access certain services for example, to take part in a contest.
|Analytic cookies||Every time a User visits a service, a tool of an external provider generates an Analytic cookie in the computer of the user. This Cookie which only generates during the visit will be used in the next visits by the Web Services to anonymously identify the visitor. Main objectives are:
· To allow the anonymous identification of navigating users through the “Cookie” (identified browsers and devices, not people) and therefore the approximate accounting of the number of visitors and their trend in time.
· To anonymously identify most visited contents and therefore most attractive for users.
· To know if the user accessing is new or not.
Important: Unless the user decides to register in a Web service, the “Cookie” will never be related to any personal data that can be identified. Such Cookies will only be used with statistical purposes helping the optimization of the User experience in the site.
|Behavioural advertising||This type of “Cookies” allows the increase of information showed to each anonymous user in Web Services. Among others, the duration and frequency of advertising displays, the interaction or surfing patterns and/or user behaviour as they help form an advertising interest profile. This way they allow offering publicity matching the interests of users.|
|Third parties Marketing Cookies||In addition to advertising managed by the Web in its Services, the Web offers advertisers the option of serving advertisements through third parties (“AdServers”). This way these third parties may store Cookies sent from Web Services from Users browsers as well as accessing to data stored.|
3. WHICH COOKIES DO WE USE?
Cookies used in our Website are:
4. EXISTENCE OF INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERS
You may receive information on transfers to third parties which, if applicable, make third parties identified in this policy on cookies in their relevant policies (see the links provided in section “Third party cookies”). The different mechanisms for the regularization of international transfers, if applicable, will be notified by such third parties.
5. HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES
Normally it is possible to not accept Browser cookies or not accept Cookies from a specific service.
All modern browsers change Cookies settings. These adjustments are normally available in “Options” or “Preferences” of the browser menu. Moreover, you may configure your browser or your email manager as well as to install free complements to avoid the download of Web Bugs when opening an email.
The Web offers User orientation on the steps to access the settings menu of cookies and, if applicable, private navigation in each of the main browsers:
|Internet Explorer||Tools à Internet options à Privacy à Settings.
For further information you may check Microsoft customer service or Browser Help.
|Microsoft Edge||Settings and more à Settings à Erase scanner data.|
|Firefox||Tools à Options à Privacy à History à Customized settings.|
|Chrome||Settings à Advanced settings à Privacy and security à Erase browser information.|
|Safari||Preferences à Security.
For further information please check Apple support or Browser Help.
6. AMENDMENTS TO THE POLICY ON COOKIES
The Web may modify this Policy on Cookies according to legal requirements, regulatory demands or in order to adapt such policy to the instructions given by the Spanish Agency on Data Protection and therefore we advise users to visit it on a frequent basis.
When significant changes are made to this Policy on Cookies, they will be notified to users either through the Web or email to registered users.