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Access to this website may involve the use of cookies. Cookies are small files of information stored on the server for each user so that the server can remember information that subsequently only the server that implemented the cookie has access to read. Cookies generally have a limited duration. Cookies do not provide access to the user's phone number, email address or other contact information. Cookies shall not be used to extract information from the user's hard drive or steal personal data. Users who do not wish to receive cookies or want information about implementing this, configure this on their own server / PC or browser.

Types of cookies Purpose Specific uses
Session Cookies Those that provide information about the recording of User’s entries into and browsing on the website, as well as shopping cart data. They are only valid during the User’s visits to the website. They do not record any information permanently on the User’s computer’s hard disk and they expire at the end of each browsing session. These cookies are only associated with an anonymous User and do not provide references that allow us to deduce or know the identity (the name and surnames) of the Users that browse our website. To record the entry of Users into the Portal. To provide information society services expressly requested by the User and according to the terms and conditions applicable to the Portal. In the online purchase processes through the Portal, the cookies only gather information about (i) the User’s browser and (ii) the session identifier of that User during his/her visits to the website, in order to manage the purchase process (in particular, bank reconciliations) and to check the accuracy of the data provided by the User in said purchase process. In that process, the data entered by the User shall be associated with his/her session identifier with the sole purpose of carrying out the bank reconciliations and confirming the purchase.

2. Third-Party Cookies

These are cookies that are not strictly necessary to provide services through the Portal or to browse the website.

The cookies that are not strictly necessary for the navigation will not be installed in your computer until you give your consent to browse through a website, by navigating during a minimal time of 30 seconds.

the type of Third-Part Cookies that are used in this Portal by the above-mentioned entities and the information that they obtain through them is set out below:

Name of the Cookie Purpose Session Cookie / Persistent Cookie
“_stid” (SHARETHIS) Their purpose is to associate the User with subjects of interest based on the content that the User visits, consumes and shares when he/she browses. Persistent
“_uste” (SHARETHIS) Their purpose is to know whether cookies have been established previously on the computer or on the User’s electronic device upon accessing certain web pages to prevent, during the eight (8) hours following, downloading a new cookie onto his/her computer or electronic device. Persistent
“_unam” (SHARETHIS) Their purpose is to count the number of Users that share certain content and how many web pages are visits on account of that action. Persistent
“UID, UIDR” (SCORDCARDSEARCH) These are additional cookies created by Sharethis. Their purpose is to analyse the size of the audiences and to analyse the anonymous use statistics. Persistent
“B, BX, others” (Flickr) These cookies are enabled on pages with the Flickr widget. They can be assigned both to Flickr and to Yahoo! (owners of Flickr). The cookies “BX” and “B” are enabled for all Users, and the rest only if the User has logged onto his/her Flickr account. Yahoo! may use the information compiled to offer the User advertisements based on his/her browsing activity and his/her interests. Persistent
“Visitor_Info1_Live” (YouTube) Their purpose is to estimate the User’s bandwidth. Persistent
“use_hitbox” (YouTube) Their purpose is to increase the User visit count to a certain Youtube video. Persistent
“PREF” (YouTube) This cookie allows distinguishing the Users that browse the website without, in any circumstances, allowing us to know their identity. Persistent
“__utma” (Google) Its purpose is to register the time the User reached the website and expires thirty (30) minutes after the User’s last page view registration. It is eliminated automatically upon changing website or upon closing your browser. If the User remains inactive more than thirty (30) minutes on the website and requests a page again, it shall be considered a new User session. Session
“__utmc” (Google) This cookie allows calculating when the User finished a session. It allows checking whether the session should be kept open or if a new session must be created. Session
“__utmz” (Google) This cookie saves the source of traffic or the campaign through which the User reached our Portal. The cookie is created with the “JavaScript” library is executed and is updated every time information is sent to Google Analytics. Persistent
“__utmv” (Google) This cookie saves the source of traffic or the campaign through which the User reached our Portal. The cookie is created with the “JavaScript” library is executed and is updated every time information is sent to Google Analytics. Persistent
“__utmv” (Google) This cookie allows us to use the User’s registry data to segment demographic data, such as the sex or age of the Users that visit the Portal, merely for the purposes of statistic of activity in the Portal, and in order to improve the User experience in the Portal, based on the information obtained. The information is obtained through the “_setVar” of the Google Analytics code. Persistent

How can I obtain more information about how to manage cookies and, where appropriate, block them or eliminate them?

The User may freely decide as to (i) whether to introduce our cookies into his/her hard disk or not or (ii) whether to receive a notification on the screen of the installation of each cookie (considered individually), and to decide at that moment whether to introduce them into is hard disk, through:

1. The configuration of User’s Browser options.

  • For more information about the Browser Google Chrome, click here.
  • For more information about the Browser Explorer, click here.
  • For more information about the Browser Mozilla Firefox, click here.
  • For more information about the Browser Safari, click here.

2. The use of third-party tools available online.

Certain third-party tools available online allow the User to detect cookies in each website that he/she visits and to manage their deactivation, e.g., if the User does not wish to be tracked by "Google Analytics" through all websites, he/she may access If the User configured his/her browser to reject all cookies or expressly rejected the cookies specifically of this website, he/she may have difficulties in completing the online purchase process in our Portal. Therefore, the User’s browsing on our website may be slower or experience some type of error. The acceptance of the use of cookies in this Portal by the Users may be revoked at any time through your browser’s configuration options (mentioned above) and privacy options available in the Portal, as well as by sending an email to, if you have any questions about our Cookies policy.