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Information about cookies

1. What cookies are and why we use them

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the user device to access certain web pages to store and retrieve information about the way you browse on that computer.

Cookies allow the website to store and retrieve information about user habits and decisions. We use cookies to personalise the experience of using our sites, to identify and remember registered users and improve your browsing experience.

Cookies do not use your personal data and users are anonymous.

You can set your browser not to accept cookies, in which case some personalised features will not work, although you can still access the contents of our websites normally.
For more information about what cookies are and how they work, see the Wikipedia page ( (computing).

2. What kind of cookies does this site use?
Cookies, with regard to how long they remain on your computer, can be divided into permanent or session cookies. The former expire when the user closes the browser. The latter expire when they are no longer useful for a specific purpose (for example, to keep the user identified in the websites and services of this site) or when manually deleted.
Additionally, according to their purpose, Cookies may be classified as follows:

Performance cookies: This type of cookie remembers your preferences for the tools found in the services, so you do not have to enter your settings every time you visit. For example, these cookies are used to:

• Adjust volume of audio and video players.

• Transmit video that in a format compatible with your browser.

Geolocation Cookies: These cookies tell us in which country the terminal is when a website or service is requested. This cookie is completely anonymous and is only used to help tailor the content to the location.
Session Cookies: Cookies are logged when the user is registered or opens a session, and are used to identify you on the website and for services with the following objectives:

• Recognise the user so that if you switch off a service or web browser or computer and access the service or website on another day, you will identified. This makes browsing easier for users. This function can be disabled if the user logs out and deletes the cookie. The next time you enter the website you will have to log in again.

• Check whether the user is authorised to access certain services, for example, to enter a competition.

• Additionally, some services may log in using third-party connectors such as Facebook, Twitter or Google. When the user logs in to a service with a social network credentials or third identification system, this authorises a persistent cookie to remember your identity and ensures access to the site until it expires. You can delete this cookie and revoke access to the web via social networks or third party identification system by updating your preferences on a specific social network.

• Analytical Cookies: Each time a user visits a Website or Service or a tool from an external provider (Google Analytics, comScore and the like) an analytical cookie is generated on the user's device. This cookie is only generated once and identifies anonymous visitors on future visits to the website service. The main purpose of these cookies are:

• Identify anonymous users through the "Cookie" (which identifies browsers and devices, not people) counting the number of visitors and how long they stay on the website.
• It anonymously identifies the most popular content which is most attractive to users-

• Distinguishes between new visitors and repeat visitors.

Important: Unless you decide to register with this website, the cookie will never be associated with any other personal information that can identify you. Cookies are only used for statistical purposes to help optimise the user experience on the site.

Learn more about the privacy policy of these analytical tools:
Google Analytics

3. How to disable cookies in your browser

Most browsers allow users to set whether or not to accept cookies and to decide which ones to accept. These settings are usually found in the 'Options' or 'Settings' menu of your browser.

Here are some instructions for adjusting the cookies settings in the main browsers:

Chrome: Settings -> Show Advanced Options -> Privacy -> Content Settings.
For more information, please consult the Google support or Help.

Firefox: Tools - > Options - > Privacy - > History -> Custom Settings.
For more information, please refer to the Mozilla support or Help.

Internet Explorer: Tools - > Internet Options -> Privacy - > Settings.
For more information, please refer to the Microsoft support or Help.

Safari: Preferences - > Security.
For more information, please refer to the Apple Support or Help.