Cookies Policy

What are Cookies?

A cookie is a simple text file that the server stores on your computer or mobile device when you access a website. Each cookie is unique to a web browser and allows the website to store and recover anonimous information about the user's browsing habits and/or remember a user and its preferences. The user's web browser stores cookies in the Hard Drive occupying only a minimum space and not damaging the device. Cookies won't store any kind of personal information and most of them will be deleted by the end of the browser's session.

Most websites use cookies in order to improve your user experience by enabling that website to ‘remember’ you. To learn more about cookies, visit All About Cookies.

Which types of cookies do we use?

This website uses the following types of cookies:

Technical Cookies: These cookies enable the user to use the website and its features and services such as controlling the traffic and exchange of data, identify the session, access restricted areas, remember elements and changes, request a subscription or use security features during the browsing activity.

Customization cookies: These cookies allow the user to access the service with a series of general settings defined by some criteria based on the user's browser and device such as the language, the kind of browser, or regional configuration.

Analysis cookies: These cookies collect information about how many visitors visit each page and measure and analyze how they use the service. this information is stored in order to improve our services and how the website works.

Cookies used by this website

This website uses the cookies detailed below:

ASP.NET_SessionId: Technical First-party Cookie generated automatically by ASP.NET the first time a user access the site. This Cookie expires when the user closes the browser and its function is to identify a user's session.

IdiomaWebCSA: Customization First-party Cookie generated by the website when the user chooses a language to browse the site. Persistent Cookie whose function is to remember the user's language.

__utma: Analysis Third-party Cookie generated by Google Analytics. This Cookie is what we call persistent, since it expires 2 years after setting or updating it. Its function is identify a visitor to keep track of the number of times the user has visited the site and when the first and last visit were.

__utmb y __utmc: Analysis Third-party Cookies generated by Google Analytics. Those two Cookies work together to calculate how long a visit takes. __utmb takes a timestamp of the exact moment when a visitor enters the site and it expires when the user closes the browser. __utmc takes a timestamp of the exact moment when a visitos leaves the site and expires 30 minutes after the user closes the browser or 30 minutes since last interaction with the site.

__utmt: Analysis Third-party Cookie generated by Google Analytics. This cookie expires 10 minutes after setting it and is used to throttle request rate.

__utmv: Analysis Third-party Cookie generated by Google Analytics. Persistent Cookie that expires 2 years after setting or updating it and its function is store visitor custom variable data such as segmentation.

__utmz: Analysis Third-party Cookie generated by Google Analytics. Persistent Cookie that expires 6 months after setting or updating it and its function is to keep track of where the visitor came from, which search engine and keywords he used or what link he clicked on to enter the site.

Manage Cookies

By browsing this website, the user expressly states his approval of the data managed and recovered in the form and for the ends described above. Aditionally, he acknowledges the possibility to reject the data management and reject cookie use by configuring the browser settings for this purpose. Even though, the option to block cookies may result in some of the website's services not working.

The following links explain how to allow, block and/or delete the cookies stored in your device:

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer and Edge
Cookie settings in Firefox
Cookie settings in Chrome
Cookie settings in Safari web and iOS.