Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites. Cookies, among other things, allow websites to store and retrieve information regarding Users’ browsing history or identify the user’s computer and depending on the information that it contains or how it is used by the computer they can be used to recognize each user.

Why do we use cookies on our website and which ones do we use?

We use the following cookies on our website:

Analytical Cookies: These cookies processed by us or third parties allow us to count the number of users who visit our website and realize a statistical analysis of how users make use of our services. In order to do this, users’ browsing on our website is monitored in order to improve the service that we offer.

Technical Cookies: These cookies allow users to browse or website and make use of all the services on offer.

Session Cookies: These are temporary cookies which only exist during the time you use the website (or more strictly, until you close the browser after using the website). Session cookies help our website remember what you chose on the previous page, avoiding the need to re-enter information.

Below is more detail about the cookies that we use on our website:





More Information


Google Analytics

Third Party

This type of cookie gives each user a unique ID and registers when their first visit was and when their last visit occurred. It is used to count how many times users visit the website and has an intrusion level of 2. It expires after two years.

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Google Analytics

Third Party

This type of cookie registers when the User entered the webpage and expires 30 minutes after the user leaves the website. It is automatically deleted when the website or browser is closed. If a user goes more than 30 minutes without using the website and returns a new session is opened and is considered to as the same user who has visited the website twice. Again, it expires 30 minutes after use.

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Google Analytics

Third Party

The current JavaScript code that Google Analytics uses does not require this cookie. Previously, _utmc was used together with the cookie _utmb to determine the length of time that each user was on the website. This cookie is still used to ensure website compatibility on websites where the old code urchin.js is installed. It expires when the session is closed.

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Google Analytics

Third Party

This cookie keeps track of where the visitor comes from, whether it was via direct access to the website or a link on another webpage, a link in an e-mail, or a search engine. The cookie is refreshed with every visit to the website and has a level of intrusion 2. It expires after 6 months.

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Own use

This cookie is used to create a user ID so that the system can identify each user as unique and individual. It expires when the session is closed.

NB: The cookies marked for “own use” are only used by the owners of the website and the cookies that are marked “third party” are used by the service provider listed in the chart above.

How can I deactivate or delete cookies?

Users can allow, block or delete cookies installed on their device by changing the configuration on their web browser:






Other web browsers:

Consult documentation provided by the web browser installed.

Add-on for web browsers sing Google Analytics

If users wish to decline the analytical cookies from Google Analytics on all their web browsers so that information cannot be sent to Google Analytics, an add-on can be downloaded using the following link:

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