Cookies policy

Cookies policy

a) Use of cookies and web bugs

b) Types, purpose and functioning of cookies

c) How to disable cookies and web bugs in the main browsers:

d) What happens if you don't allow cookies

a) Use of cookies and web bugs by uses cookies, and other similar mechanisms. Cookies are files sent by a browser through a web server to register user's activities on a certain website or on all websites, apps and/or services of The main purpose of cookies is to give users quicker access to the selected services. Cookies also personalise the services offered by, providing and offering information to users in line with their interests and according to the use made of the services. uses cookies to personalise and make the browsing experience as easy as possible for users. These cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and that user's computer, so no references are provided that might make it possible to deduce the user's personal details. The user can adjust the browser settings so it does not permit the installation of cookies sent by without comprising the user's access to the content. However, please note that this will affect the website's operational quality.

Registered users who register or have logged in may benefit from more personalised services targeted to their profiles, thanks to the combination of the data stored in cookies with personal data used at the time of registration. These users expressly authorise the use of this information for the purposes indicated, notwithstanding their right to reject or disable the use of cookies. also uses web bugs, which are tiny, transparent images inserted in emails. When a user opens an email, this image is downloaded with the rest of the content of the email and enables the sender to know whether or not the email has been opened, and the IP address from which it was downloaded. will use this information for statistical purposes and to conduct analytical studies on how users deal with its emails.

The cookies used by are as follows:

Alexa Metrics (Analytical)


Google Analytics (Analytical)
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Facebook Social Plugins (Widget)

Twitter Badge (Widgets)
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Twitter Button (Widgets)
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Google+ Platform (Widget)
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Google AdWords Conversion (Advertising)

DoubleClick (Advertising)

b) Types, purpose and functioning of Cookies:

Cookies are classified as session or permanent cookies according to how long they are stored on your computer. The former are deleted on browser exit. The latter expire when they have done the task they are designed to do or when deleted manually.

Additionally, according to their objectives, cookies can be classified as follows:

PERFORMANCE COOKIES: These cookies remember your preferences for the tools in the Services, therefore you do not have to re-set the service each time you visit the web. As an example, this kind of cookies include:

  • Volume settings of sound and video players.
  • Video transmission speed compatible with your browser.
  • Saved files in 'cart' in e-commerce services, such as stores.

GEO-TARGETING COOKIES: These cookies are used to find out which country you are in when you request a Service. This cookie is absolutely anonymous and it is only used to help guide the content to your location.

REGISTRATION COOKIES: Registration cookies are generated once the user has registered or started a session. They are used to identify you in the services with the following objectives:

  • These services are used to keep the user informed so that if the user closes a service, the browser or the computer and then reenters the service, he will be recognised and can resume browsing without having to log in again. Users can prevent this from happening by clicking on "end session" so that the cookie is deleted. Next time the user enters the service, he will have to start another session to be identified.
  • Check if the user is authorised to access certain services, for example, to participate in a competition.

In addition, some services may use social networks connectors such as Facebook or Twitter. When the user registers in a Service with social network credentials, the user authorises the social network to save a persistent cookie which remembers your identity and guarantees access to the services until it expires.  The user may delete this cookie and disable the access to the services through social networks, updating the user's preferences within that social network.

ANALYTICAL COOKIES: Each time a user visits a service, an external provider tool (Google Analytics and similar which may be added to this list in the case of any changes) generates an analytical cookie in the user's computer. This cookie, that is only generated during the visit, will be used in future visits to to identify the visitor anonymously. The main aim to be achieved is:

  • allow the anonymous identification of the Users through a ‘Cookie’ (identifies Users and devices, not people) and therefore, to keep an account of the approximate number of visitors and their trend during the time of the visit.
  • identify the most visited contents anonymously and therefore, what is most attractive to Users;
  • and know if the User visits are new or repeat visits.

Important: Unless the user decides to register in a service, the cookie will never be associated to any personal data which may identify him. These cookies are only used for statistical purposes that help to optimise the experience of users of the site.

For more information about the privacy policy of these tools see:

ADVERTISING COOKIES: This type of cookies is used to increase the information from the advertisements shown to each anonymous user. Among other purposes they count how long people look at advertisements and how many times they look and interact with them or the browsing and/or behavioural patterns of users to build a profile of advertising interest. This enables us to display advertising targeted at users' interests.

c) How to disable cookies and web bugs in the main browsers:

Most browsers enable users to block cookies or to block them from a specific server.

All modern browsers have options for changing cookie sessions. These settings are usually in 'Options' or 'Preferences' in the browser menu. There are free add-ons available to block web bugs from being downloaded when you open an email. offers guidance for users on the steps to follow to access cookie settings in the browser, and how to browse privately in each of the main browsers:

  • Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings.

For more information, see Microsoft support or your browser Help function.

  • Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Custom Setup.

For more information, see Mozilla support or your browser Help function.

  • Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Privacy -> Content settings.

For more information, see Google support or your browser Help function.

  • Safari: Preferences -> Security.

For more information, see Apple  support or your browser Help function.

d) What happens if you don't allow cookies:

If cookies are not enabled, some services may be disabled such as, for example, you will not be recognised, you may not be able to keep items in your "shopping basket" in an e-business service, receive information aimed at your location or see some videos.

UPDATES AND CHANGES TO THE PRIVACY /COOKIES POLICY: may make changes to this Cookies Policy as required by the law or regulations in force or adapt it to the guidelines of the Spanish Data Protection Agency. We therefore advise users to visit this regularly.

In the case of significant changes to this Cookies Policy, users will be notified on this website or an email will be sent to registered users with this information.

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