Cookies Policy

Te aviso que en este sitio se puede utilizar cookies cuando el usuario navega por las diferentes páginas del sitio. Durante el uso de nuestra página web aceptas y autorizas expresamente el uso de cookies, de acuerdo con nuestra política de privacidad.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that a website places in your computer, telephone or any other device, with information about your browsing activity on said website. Cookies are necessary to facilitate browsing and to make it more agile. They do not damage your computer.

In the present cookies policy the general term “cookies” is used because it is the main method of information storage that our website uses, although, “Local storage” is also used by the browser with the same purpose as the cookies. For this reason, all the information included in this section is applicable also to this “Local storage”.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies constitute an essential part of how our website works. The main purpose of our cookies is to improve your browsing experience. For example, cookies help us identify you (if you are registered in our website), and remember your preferences while browsing (language, country, etc.).

The information collected by the cookies allows us to improve our website through estimations about numbers and patterns of use, adapting the website to individual user interests, faster searches, etc.

What are cookies not used for?

We do not store sensitive personal identification information such as your address, information about your card, password, etc. in the cookies that we use. Also, we do not use the cookies for advertising purposes.

Who uses the information stored in the cookies?

The information stored in our website’s cookies is used only and exclusively by us, with the exception of Google Analytics cookies, which are used and managed by Google and by us for statistical purposes.

We also have WordPress cookies that are used and managed by WordPress. They are used in order to improve and personalise the general browsing experience of the blog.

Can cookies be deactivated?

Yes, cookies can be deactivated. Nevertheless, if you select this configuration you may not be able to access certain parts of our website, you could have a less efficient browsing experience or you may not be able to use some of our services.

If you prefer to restrict, block or erase our website’s cookies, you can do so by modifying your browser’s configuration settings. Although the framework of each browser is different, most changes can be made in the “preferences” or “tools” menu. For more details on the configuration of cookies in your browser, look in the “Help” menu.

Identification and authentication cookies

These cookies are used to identify the user during the session so that the user does not have to repeat the processes of authentication in the website and to speed up some of the website’s processes.PHPSESSID:

Generated by all applications based on PHP language, such as the motor of the blog – WordPress. It is a general identifier used to maintain the variables of a user’s session.websitez_mobile_detector_v1-7-5:

Generated by Websitez Mobile Detector, detection plugin for mobile devices. It is used to redirect mobile devices to the mobile version of the blog.utma:

Generated by Google Analytics, it allows website owners to track visitor behavior and the site’s performance.

  • utmb:Generated by Google Analytics, it allows website owners to track visitor behavior and the site’s performance. This cookie tracks new sessions and visits and expires after 30 minutes.
  • utmc:Generated by Google Analytics, it allows website owners to track visitor behavior and the site’s performance. It allows interoperability with the previous version of Google Analytics code known as Urchin.
  • utmz:Generated by Google Analytics. This cookie identifies the traffic source for the site, so that Google Analytics can tell website owners where their visitors came from when they enter the site. This cookie lasts 6 months.
  • qtrans_cookie_test:Generated by the plugin qTranslate WordPress, to set up compatibility with several languages in the site. This cookie determines whether cookies are enabled in the user’s browser, so that language preferences can also be stored.
  • SJECT:Generated by the Anti-Spam plugin of the blog.