What is a cookie?
What types of cookies are there?
There are different types of cookies for different types of use:
- Cookies strictly necessary. They are necessary for the operation of the website, for example, to allow you to connect to safe areas or to use a virtual shopping cart.
- Cookies and analytical performance. We can recognize and count the number of visitors to a website and know how to move around while using it, which helps to improve their performance (eg, ensuring that visitors can easily find what they are looking for) .
- Cookies functionality. They are used to recognize you when you revisit the website. This allows us to customize content for you, greeting you by name and remembering your preferences, for example, language or region.
- Cookies selection. They record their visit to the website, the pages you visited and the links followed. This information is used to make your content more appropriate to its interest.
How long do cookies on my device?
Some cookies work from the moment you visit a website until the end of that particular browsing session. These expire and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Or temporary cookies called "session".
Other cookies remain on your device during browsing sessions and do not expire when you close your browser. These are called "permanent" cookies. The length of time remains a permanent cookie on your device varies from one to another.
How do I control which cookies are installed on my device?
Up to you whether to accept cookies or not. One way to do this is through the configuration of your browser, most browsers allow you (Note that if you use your browser settings to block all cookies you may not access certain sections of the website ). The following links provide information to set cookies in some of the most popular browsers:
In some cases the inclusion of video contents may require the use of the Adobe Flash Player technology. Web sites that use it can have a memory flash cookies to remember settings or preferences, similar to other types of cookies use. You can access the Flash management tools directly into the Adobe web site.