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What is a cookie?
A "cookie" is a small text file that a website stores a user's browser. Cookies facilitate the use and browsing a web page and are essential for the functioning of the Internet, providing innumerable advantages to the provision of interactive services.
Cookies are used, for example, to manage user session (reducing the number of times include your password), to improve the services offered or to suit the content of a web page your preferences.
Cookies may be "session" for those Borris once the user leaves the website that was generated, or "persistent" which remain on your computer until a certain date.
Furthermore, the cookies can be "owned", managed by the domain to which the user accesses and applying for a specific service (in this case the domains owned by the company) or "third party cookies" sent to the computer user from a different domain to be accessed.
Types of cookies used on the website
Cookies for use internal (own)
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Knowing if the user has agreed to continue browsing with cookies enabled.
Maintaining the website session
Allows user to save the identification of our website.
Analytical cookies (third party)
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Collects anonymous information about users' browsing the website in order to know the origin of visitors, and other similar statistics.
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Cookies social networks (third parties)
This website is instal.lat-button social network that allow users to share content of interest to your social circle. The cookies used by social networks avoids the user having to enter the data again to share content. These buttons have access to the data entered by users to share content to a social network.
At all times, and at least during the installation and commissioning throughout the browser, the user can accept or reject the installation of cookies or reject the installation of a certain types of cookies, including cookies advertising and others. In addition, after each session can el·liminar some or all of the cookies stored. Also the user can activate.
1. Private browsing, by which let your browser save browsing history, passwords for websites, cookies and other information about the pages you visit.
2. The function is not tracked by the browser asks the websites you visit not crawl your browsing habits, such as use of interest advertising sites you visit.
We recommend consulting your browser's help for information on the various options on how to manage cookies. Even then the links to manage cookies in browsers most relevant: