Cookies policy

The provider may directly, or by means of a third party hired to provide measurement services, use cookies when a user browses the website. Cookies are files sent to the browser by means of a web server, in order to record the user’s activity while browsing.

The cookies used by this website are associated solely with an anonymous user and his or her computer, and do not in themselves provide personal data belonging to the user.

Through the use of cookies it is posible for the server where the website is located to recognize the web browser employed by the user, with the aim of making browsing simpler; allowing, for example, those users who have previously registered, access to areas, services, promotions, or contests reserved exclusively for them, without requiring them to sign in each time they visit. Cookies are also used to measure audience and web traffic parameters, and monitor progress and number of visits.

The user has the option of configuring his or her browser in order to be notified of the reception of cookies and to block their installation. Please consult your browser’s instructions and manuals in order to obtain more information.

In order to use the website, it is not necessary for the user to allow the installation of cookies sent by the website or by a third party acting on its behalf, without prejudice to the fact that it may be necessary for the user to initiate a session as such for each of those services where prior registration or log-in is required.

The cookies used on this website are always temporary in nature and have the sole purpose of making subsequent transmission more effective. Under no circumstances will cookies be used to gather information of a personal nature.


The website’s servers can automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user. An IP address is a number assigned automatically to a computer when it connects to Internet. All of this information is recorded in a duly registered activity file belonging to the server, which allows subsequent data processing for the purpose of obtaining purely statistical measurements which make it possible to know the number of pages printed, the number of visits made to the web services, the order of visits, the point of entry, etc.