Types of Cookies used
Preferences or customisation: those that enable the user to access the service with some predefined general features according to a set of criteria in the user terminal, such as language, browser type used to access the service, regional settings from where you access the service, etc. The PREF cookie may store your preferences and other information.
Technical cookies: Are those that allow the user to browse through a web page, platform or application, and use the different available options or services such as traffic control and data communication, session identification, access restricted areas, remember items contained in an order, carry out the purchase process of an order, carry out the request for registration or participation in an event, use security elements while browsing, store content for video or audio broadcasting or share contents through social networks. Example:
- Cookies for «user access»
- User authentication or identification cookies (only session related)
- User security cookies (used to authenticate users and prevent the fraudulent use of login credentials and protect users data against unauthorized third-party access)
- Media Player session cookies
- Load balancing session cookies
- Cookies for processing (used for operating the website, they offer services expected by the user accessing the website)
Technical cookies used on this site are:
cookieSupra: used for operating the website. Expires after 30 days.
__atuvc: is related to the social sharing widget “Add This” which is commonly embedded on websites so visitors are able to share content among a variety of network platforms and shared resources. Expires after 2 years.
PHPSESSID: identifies a user-level server session.
Analytic cookies: Allow the person in charge of them to monitor and analyse user behaviour of websites linked thereto. Information collected through this type of cookie is used to measure websites, applications or platform activities to create browsing profiles of users visiting these sites, applications and platforms, in order to make improvements based on the data use analysis carried out by users of the service.
Google Analytics: Google Analytics is the analytic tool that helps websites and the application owners to understand how their visitors interact with their properties. A set of cookies may be used to collect information and report on website usage statistics without personally identifying visitors from Google. More information about Google Analytics cookies and privacy information.
Technical cookies used on this site are:
__utma: the visitor ID. Saves session information and expires two years upon its creation.
__utmb: Used to determine the time users spend on our website and the number of pages they visit, in other words how long the visits or sessions of the visits last. By default this cookie expires after 30 minutes
__utmc: is used in relation with __utmb to know if a new session is established for the user. This cookie expires when the browser is closed. If the user accesses and this cookie does not exist, a new session must be established, e.g. if a user closes the browser and returns again in 45 minutes.
__utmz: This cookie is used to relate the visit, i.e. from where and how the user has reached our website. By default, it expires after 6 months
Administration of cookies in the browser:
Some people prefer not to enable cookies. This is the reason why most browsers offer the ability to manage the cookies that are suitable for you.
In some browsers you may configure rules to manage cookies by site, which gives you more precise control over your privacy. This means that you can disable cookies from all sites except those in which you trust.
In Google Chrome: cookie blocking is done by following these steps:
The Google Chrome browser Tools menu includes the option to delete browsing data. You can use this option to delete cookies and data from other sites and plug-ins, including data stored on your device by the Adobe Flash Player (also known as “Flash cookies”).
Further information about Google Chrome
To adjust permissions related to cookies in Mozilla Firefox browser: At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Tools menu. Select Options. Select the Privacy panel. Under the Firefox option you can choose to use custom settings for the history to configure options.
Further information about Mozilla Firefox
In Internet Explorer 9, you can block cookies by following these steps: Click on “Tools” and then select “Internet Options“. Click on the “Privacy“ tab located at the top of the window. Move the scroll bar up or down to select the types of cookies you want to be blocked.
Further information about Internet Explorer 9
For blocking cookies in other browsers, you may find further instructions here: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies.
If you block cookies for your browser, it may occur that some services or features of the website are no longer available.