A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto the User´s terminal when accessing certain websites. Among other things, cookies allow the website to store and recover information about the browsing habits of the User or his/her device and, depending on the information contained and the way in which the device is used, may be used to recognise the User.
The User may enable, disable, block or eliminate cookies installed on his/her terminal or device by adjusting the settings for browsing options. If the User does not allow cookies to be installed on his/her browser, some of the Website sections may not be accessible. Information about how to adjust cookie settings on your browser can be found by clicking on the following links (links valid at the time of publication of this text).
The Owner is not responsible for the content or veracity of third party privacy policies published in the links included in this Legal Notice.
The Owner declines all responsibility for the content or veracity of the information and privacy policies of third-party cookies.
This Website may make use of Google Analytics, a web analysis tool provided by Google, Inc., whose headquarters are located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043, USA (“Google”). This tool helps the website Owner determine the level of user involvement on the Website and provides reports which the Owner can consult regarding the ways Users interact with the Website for the purpose of optimising it. Google Analytics gathers this information anonymously; that is, it informs the Website Owner of trends without providing user identification.
Google Analytics uses its own “cookies”—text files stored on a computer—in order to track User interaction on the Website. These cookies store information such as the time the website was visited, if the User has visited the website before or which website recommended the User to visit this particular Website. The browsers do not share first party cookies from the same domain.
Any device or computer terminal connected to Internet has an individual number assigned to it known as the “Internet Protocol address” or “IP address”. Since this number is normally assigned by country, IP addresses are often used to identify the country, state and city from which internet access is being made. Google Analytics records and stores the IP address of Users who visit this Website in order to provide the Owner with information about world locations from which the Website is being accessed. This method is called “IP geo-localisation”. Google Analytics does not provide any information regarding the actual IP address itself.
Google Analytics´ conditions of service prohibit tracking or obtaining personal data which would lead to personal identification (such as name, email address, invoicing details or other related data) through Google Analytics or by associating personal information with web analysis data.
The Owner may control the amount of information that Google can use and decide whether it wants Google to use this data or not, indicated on the options menu for sharing data with Google Analytics, which then serves to improve Google´s products and services.
However, the User must be aware that if these functions are disabled, he/she may not be able to fully utilise the functional features of this Website.