Politica de cookies
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Cookies are files that are downloaded to your terminal equipment in order to store data that can be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for their installation.
To know more about cookies, you can consult the following explanatory technical document: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/es/. Our website uses our own and third party cookies, described below:
Types of cookies we useThis Web uses both temporary session cookies and permanent cookies.
Session cookies store data only while the USER is browsing the website; permanent cookies store data in the terminal device for later access in more than one session.
Depending on the purpose for which data was obtained via cookies, our website may use:
Technical cookies allow USERS to browse the website or application and access existing options and services. Such options and services include controlling data traffic and communication, session identification, accessing restricted access website areas, remembering elements that make up an order, applying for registration or participation in an event, using security features during browsing and storing contents for the broadcast of video or audio content.
Personalization cookies allow USERS to access website services with a series of general predefined and/or user-defined characteristics stored in their terminal device. Examples include language, browser type, content design, terminal geolocation and region-specific settings.
This website has embedded social networking buttons, allowing USERS to seamlessly share contents of interest with their social circles. Social cookies make it unecessary for USERS to re-enter their data when sharing website content. Dichos botones no tienen acceso a los datos introducidos por los usuarios al compartir un contenido en una red social.
Advertising cookies allow for effective management of advertising spaces included in the website or application. These cookies help customize advertising content, making it more relevant to the user and avoiding displaying ads that USERS have already seen.
Statistical Analysis Cookies
Statistical analysis cookies allow for monitoring and analyzing USER behavior on websites. The information collected is used to measure website, application or platform activity and to create USER browsing profiles with a view to enhance service using user-generated data.
Third Party Cookies
On some websites, third-party cookies can be installed allowing for managing and enhancing the services offered, YouTube videos and/or Google Maps applications.
Please note that you can block or disable some or all cookies by adjusting your browser settings.
Most browsers can warn you of the presence of cookies and, if desired, reject them automatically..If you choose to reject our cookies you may continue to use the website, although some services may be limited, hence your experience on our Website less satisfactory.
Here you can access instructions for the most popular desktop and mobile browsers.
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, IOS, Android, Windows Phone.
If you wish to withdraw your consent regarding our Cookies Policy at any time, you should delete the cookies stored on your computer or mobile device via your internet browser settings.
Our Cookies Policy was last updated [30/06/2017]
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions regarding our Cookies Policy, please contact us via email at
Status is not saved or stored on servers or applications. On the contrary, once the USER has been identified, the application generates a user-specific cookie only for the session in progress with the following information:
The routing path is used to optimize traffic within our network by indicating the shortest route of access to user data; in this case, OrgID.
This value is not used to identify USERS in any way (role of the random value); nor is it used to establish privileges (achieved via application configuration). Generally, the OrgID is not dealt with secretly because, actually, it is simply an opaque internal identifier.
The checksum is included as an optimization; if the cookie has been distorted or modified in transit, the checksum will allow us to avoid a round-trip to the database, only to discover that the cookie is faulty.
The User ID is written in a status box in the database
The cookie is coded in base62
The browser sends a cookie to the application server for each query sent by the USER. The server compares the cookie in the database status box to verify session validity.
Session cookies have the following limitations:
Unique to each USER and session (non-persistent).
Disabled when the USER logs out or closes (leaves) the browser.
Disabled when the session timeout time is exceeded.