If you do not wish to store cookies on your browser or you prefer to receive the information every time a cookie needs to be installed, you can configure it on the browser’s options. Most browsers allow the management of cookies in 3 different ways:
TYPES OF COOKIES ACCORDING TO THE ENTITY THAT MANAGEs them
- Our Cookies: these are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from an equipment or domain managed by the own editor.
- Third-part cookies: these are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from an equipment or domain not managed by the editor, but by another entity that gathers the data.
TYPES OF COOKIES ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF TIME THEY REMAIN ACTIVE
- Session Cookies: this type of cookies is designed to gather and store information while the user access a website.
- Persistent Cookies: this is a type of cookies in which the information remains stored in the terminal and can be accessed to and managed for a period of time defined by the cookie responsible. This period of time can go from a few minutes to several years.
- Technical Cookies: these cookies allow the user to navigate through a website, platform or app and to use their different options or services.
- Personalization Cookies: these cookies allow the user to access the service with some general predefined characteristics following a series of criteria in the user’s terminal.
- Advertising Cookies: these cookies allow the most efficient management of the advertising space included by the editor on the website.
- Behavioral Advertising Cookies: these cookies allow the most efficient management of the advertising space included by the editor on the website. They gather information about the users’ behavior, obtained by constantly observing the user’s navigation habits, which allows the development of a personalized profile in order to display advertisements that are most likely to be of interest to you.
- Analytics Cookies: these cookies allow the tracking and analysis of the users’ behavior on the website. The information collected with these cookies is used to measure the users’ activity and interaction on the website in order to improve it.
|_ga||Analysis||To differentiate the users.||Third-part||2 years|
|ff_first_time||Functionality||To maintain the user logged in.||Third-part||8 months|
|ff_news||Functionality||To maintain the user logged in.||Third-part||8 months|
|pll_language||Functionality||To maintain language selected by the user on the website. Also used to give information about the language to present on the web when there is no other available.||Third-part||1 year|
|wp-settings-||Functionality||To personalized the user interface.||Ours||1 year|
|wp-settings-time-||Functionality||To personalized the user interface.||Ours||1 year|
|wordpress_||Functionality||WordPress cookie for validated users.||Ours||12 days|
- Cookies are always rejected;
- Browser asks the user if they accept the installation of every cookie;
- Cookies are always accepted;
- Reject cookies from certain domains;
- Reject third-part cookies;
- Accept cookies as not persistent (they are deleted once the browser closes);
- Allow the server to create cookies for a different domain.
- Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings. To know more, access the Microsoft Support page or the section Help on your browser.
- Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Personalized Settings. To know more, access the Mozilla Support page or the section Help on your browser.
- Chrome: Settings -> Advanced -> Privacy -> Content Settings. To know more, access the Google Support page or the section Help on your browser.
- Safari: Preferences -> Security. To know more, access the Apple Support page or the section Help on your browser.