Our website uses first-party and third-party cookies. We use these cookies to carry out specific analyses of the website and to be able to adapt its current components and the functionality of some sections.
Here we are going to explain what cookies are. Furthermore, we will give you information on the cookies that we use, and we will explain how to configure them so that you can disable them or keep them active.
If you have any questions regarding the cookies that are used on our website, please email us through the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Before accepting the cookies used on our website, please read the information that we give you carefully. When you have finished reading, you can accept the cookies, or you can choose to disable or reject the cookies through the internet browser. You can also choose to include different add-ons in the browser to eliminate the functionality. We will let you know how to do this.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files stored on the devices that users use to access the Internet—Smartphone, Tablet, computer. These files gather information and send it to the party responsible for their installation.
You can disable the cookies used on our Portal. To do this, we will explain how to configure the Internet browser. Remember, you can delete cookies, block them or detect them before their installation.
To continue without changing your cookie settings, simply continue using the website after clicking the accept button.
You can obtain more information by visiting the website http://www.allaboutcookies.org/. To obtain more details on advertising cookies and on how to manage them, visit http://youronlinechoices.eu (in the EU) or http://aboutads.info (in the US).
The types of cookies we use
We use “analytical cookies” which, along with the information from the host server, supply us with information related to the number of visits to our website and the sections with more visits. If you are on our website, the cookies will register the session and references.
Our cookies are analytical because they allow us to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the website to which the cookies are linked; this information is used to measure the activity on the websites and to develop the navigation profiles of the users. Some of them are necessary and without them, the website or some of its sections or content could not be displayed. Others are functional.
These cookies collect information about the use of web visitors, for example, pages viewed, loading errors, etc. This information is generic and anonymous, and does not include personal data, nor does it collect information that identifies visitors. The ultimate objective is to improve the operation of the website.
Our Navigation Cookies are from a third-party, Google Analytics. You can obtain more information here
These cookies allow information (such as the user’s name, language, or the region where he or she is located) and more personal characteristics to be recorded. For example, they make it possible to offer personalized content based on the information and criteria that you have voluntarily provided. These cookies can also be used to record the changes made in text size, fonts, and other customizable parts of the webpage. The information collected by these cookies can be anonymous and cannot be used to follow your activity on other webpages.
We use cookie-agreed to gather cookie approval on behalf of users.
How to configure/manage cookies
We provide some alternative ways to manage cookies which may be useful. Remember that the page may not function properly if you block cookies. If this happens, a message may appear in the browser indicating that it is necessary to enable cookies for it to work.
Private browsing mode
You can use the private, or incognito browsing mode, which the majority of browsers on the market allow for.
When you use the private mode, you will avoid visited websites being saved, tracking cookies being stored, download history being saved, and user login details being stored. Passwords and forms are not saved.
However, the internet provider will still know what you have accessed. The user’s IP address will still be seen. Private mode access does not protect from attacks.
To access private navigation in Chrome, go to settings and access “New incognito window”; in Edge, go to settings and access “New InPrivate window”; in Firefox, access is reached through Tools and “New private window”; in IE 11, go to Tools and access Safety and then “InPrivate browsing”; in Opera, you can access it from the Menu by selecting “New private window”.
There are multiple tools on the market that can help you manage cookies. These tools are designed either to avoid the functioning of cookies or to block their functions. For example, Ghostery or Do Not Track Me.
You can block behavioral cookies (from other websites because we do not use them) through the exclusion platform published on http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices
Go to Settings or Preferences through the File menu or click on the personalization icon that appears at the top right-hand corner of the screen (three vertical points). You will see different sections, choose the ‘Show advanced options’ option or ‘Advanced Settings’. Go to ‘Privacy and Safety’ and then ‘Content Settings’.
Select ‘All cookies and site data’. By default, you can predefine the blocking of cookies in the browser. You only have to select “Block”
You can also filter them through “See all cookies and site data”. A list will appear with all the cookies, ordered by domain, which you can filter through the search bar. Now all you have to do is select or block the cookies you desire.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
When you open the browser, go to “Tools” at the top of the page and select the internet “Options” tab. Review the “Privacy” tab, making sure that it is set to the medium or low security level. If the Internet setting is not set to medium, it will block cookies.
When you open the browser, go to “Tools” at the top of the page. In the more advanced versions, this may be represented by three lines in the top right-hand corner of the browser. Select the “options” tab. Select the Privacy and Security icon. Click on cookies and site data. Select the options that are presented according to your preferences: Clear Data, Manage Data and Exceptions. You can accept, keep until a predefined time, or block the cookies.
When you open the browser, go to “Tools” at the top of the page and select the “options” tab. Click the “Security” tab and check to see if the option “Block cookies” is selected or not. Click “save”.
Cookie installation for Mac
If you have a Mac and you want to manage cookies, please follow these instructions:
Microsoft Internet Explorer OSX
Open “Explorer” and select “Preferences” in the navigation bar. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” just below received files. Select “Don’t ask me again”.
Safari en OSX
Open the Safari browser and select “Preferences” in the navigation bar. Go to the “Security” tab and select the “accept cookies” option. Select the option: “Only from the current site on which I am navigating”.
Mozilla y Netscape en OSX
Open “Mozilla” or “Netscape” and, in the upper part of the browser, select the “Preferences” option. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” just below “Privacy and Security”. Select the option “Allow access to cookies only from the current site.”
Open the “Opera” browser and select “Menu” and “Settings” in the navigation bar. Select “Preferences” and choose the “Advanced” tab. Select the “Accept cookies” option.
Information on cookies on other devices
Open the browser and click the menu button, then Settings. Go to Security and Privacy, then to the Accept cookies option so that the box is checked or unchecked.
To enable or disable the blocking of cookies on Safari, Click Settings > Safari > Block all cookies.
To delete history and cookies, go to Settings > Safari > Delete history and site data.
To delete cookies and keep history, go to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Site Data > Delete all data.
To visit sites without saving them in your history, you only need to enable or disable private browsing.
More information here https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265
More information from the developer
Chrome: How to manage cookies and site data https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
Firefox: Privacy settings, browsing history and the functions that I don’t want activated https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/settings-privacy-browsing-history-d...
Internet Explorer: How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer 10 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer.... How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer 11 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer....
Opera: Cookies https://help.opera.com/en/latest/web-preferences/#cookies
Lastly, we want to ask you if you are aware of tracking technologies?
Both webpages and email address –HTML-, may include other tracking technologies; for example, those called “web beacons”. “Web beacons” are small “transparent” images which can provide statistical information and have similar purposes to cookies. They are usually used alongside cookies, although they are not directly stored. If you disable cookies, the “web beacons” can still run, but with more restricted operations.
When we use beacons, we will clearly inform you through a banner that is similar to that of the cookies.
If you would like more information, please contact us on email@example.com
DATE PUBLISHED: 06/05/2018