Definition and function of Cookies

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain websites. Cookies allow, among other things, to record the user's activity anonymously on the web page, so certain parameters and information can be remembered with the aim of analyzing the user's data, having a greater customization of the website or being able to set preferences.

What types of cookies does this website use?

The cookies belonging to third party service providers are the following:

(Third-party cookies are those that are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through the cookies)

Google Analytics

Google Analytics cookies are used to compile website usage statistics. The aim is to know the level of recurrence of visitors and the contents that are most interesting, so that efforts can be concentrated on improving the most visited areas and making it easier for the user to find what they are looking for.
The website may use information from the user's visit to carry out evaluations and statistical calculations on anonymous data, as well as guarantee the continuity of the service or make improvements to its websites.
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Google Maps

Two persistent cookies (PREF and NID) set by Google Maps applications and managed by Google.
For more details, you can consult Google's privacy policy at the following link []

Revocation and deletion of cookies

You can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your computer by configuring your browser options. If you do not allow the installation of cookies, you may not be able to access any of the sections of the website.
The following links explain the management of cookies according to the different web browsers:

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More information about cookies and their policy

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