Cookies are text files containing certain information about the user’s visit to the website which are stored on his/her device.
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1.2-BLOCKING AND DELETING COOKIES.
There is normally a range of cookie settings options on web browsers with which to set different levels of privacy, e.g. disable all cookies sent by websites like this one or delete all cookies saved. To modify these settings, ask for help from your web browser manufacturer or consult the following:
If the user restricts or blocks some or all of the cookies from this website, some of the features or services that the site offers may not be available.
1.3.- PRIVATE BROWSING OR INCOGNITO MODE.
As well as allowing you to restrict or delete cookies, most web browsers have a “private browsing, incognito, or InPrivate browsing “mode. When this feature is used, the browsing data stored or generated (including cookies) are deleted when you close the browser/tab.
1.4.-COOKIES ON THIS WEBSITE.
The following website uses the following own and third-party cookies with the purpose indicated in the following table:
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1.5.- Configuration of website cookies.
Considering the purpose of the cookies referenced in section 1.4 above, below, we offer you the possibility of configuring them in a grouped manner, as well as individually.
If I would like to disable all cookies in block please press the following button:
DISABLE ALL | ACCEPT ALL
Necessary Cookies: They help to make a web page usable by activating basic functions such as navigation on the page and access to secure areas of the website. The website can not work properly without these cookies. With essentials for the proper functioning of the website.
Preference Cookies: Allow the website to remember all that information that changes the way the page behaves or the aspect it has, such as the preferred language or the region.
DISABLING | TO ACCEPT
Statistics Cookies: Help website owners understand how visitors interact with web pages by gathering and providing information anonymously.
DISABLING | TO ACCEPT