1. Responsible Entity
2. What are the Cookies?
Cookies are files that are downloaded and stored on the computer (computer/Smartphone/Tablet) of the user who navigates through the Internet when accessing certain web pages and applications and are used to store and retrieve information about the navigation that takes place from that computer.
Cookies may be installed either directly by the websites the user visits or by third parties with which the website is related, and they allow the user to know his/her activity on the same site or on other sites with which he/she is related, for example: the place from which he/she is accessing, the connection time, the device from which he/she is accessing (fixed or mobile), the operating system and browser used, the most visited pages, the number of clicks made and data regarding the user’s behaviour on the Internet.
3. Protection of personal data
Under certain circumstances, the use of files or data storage and retrieval devices on terminal equipment of the recipients, such as cookies, may involve the processing of personal data. Such data processing will be legitimised on condition that the users of the website have given their consent after they have been provided with clear and complete information on the use of such data, in particular on the purposes of data processing, with regard to the protection of personal data.
4. Types of Cookies used
This website uses the following types of cookies:
4.1 Technical and Strictly Necessary Cookies
These are the cookies inserted by the Editor that are necessary for the proper functioning of the website or to provide a service requested by the user respectively. In this sense, those personalisation or preference cookies are considered necessary to remember information so that the user can access the service with certain characteristics that can differentiate their experience from that of other users, such as the language or the number of results to be shown in a search.
Technical cookies include, for example, user interface customization cookies, which are used by the Publisher to control data traffic and communication, identify the session, cookies for sharing content on social networks, etc.
As established in article 22.2 of the LSSI, no consent is required for their use.
In the following table you will find more detailed information on this type of cookie:
|icl_current_language||It allows to know the preferential language in which the portal should be served to the user.||1 day|
|incap_ses_379_2028167(*)||Maintains the status of the site’s pages||Session|
|incap_ses_378_2028167(*)||Maintains the status of the site’s pages||Session|
|incap_ses_1174_2028167(*)||Maintains the status of the site’s pages||Session|
|45e17680cb7eb5bedb3e3d3be483017a||Identifies the session with the server||Session|
|visid_incap_2028167(*)||Maintains the status of the site’s pages||12 months|
|nlbi_2028167(*)||Keeps the user accessing the same server during the session||Session|
4.2. Analytical or Performance Cookies
These cookies can be own or from third parties and allow the Publisher to track and analyse the behaviour of users when they browse the Web or use its services. Thanks to them the Publisher can know which pages are the most or least visited, how visitors navigate the site and analyse the navigation allowing it to make improvements based on the analysis of this usage information. The information handled does not allow the user to be uniquely identified.
Among the analytical cookies used on this website are GOOGLE ANALYTICS cookies. GOOGLE ANALYTICS is a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. Specifically, the use of Google Analytics allows the Publisher to monitor how visitors use the website, compile reports and help improve the website. For more information about the operation and disabling of cookies you can visit the Google privacy center website at https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=es and the Google disabling plug-in at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. You can also revoke your consent to cookies as explained in section 5 below.
You can find more detailed information about these types of cookies in the following table:
|_gid||Google Universal Analytics||Appears when storing and updating as a single value for each page visited||1 Day|
|_ga||Google Universal Analytics||It is used to calculate the data of visitors, sessions and campaigns for the analytical reports of the sites.||24 Months|
|_gat_UA-nnnnnnn-nn||Google Universal Analytics||It is used to limit the amount of data recorded by Google on high-traffic websites.||Few seconds|
4.3. Personalization or Functional Cookies
These cookies allow the website to provide better functionality and customization. They may be set by the Publisher or by third parties.
The following table provides more detailed information about them:
|___utmvc||Google Universal Analytics||This cookie enables the Google Analytics||Few seconds|
4.4. Advertising or Targeted Cookies
These are cookies that store information on the behaviour of users obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits or their behaviour when using the services of the Web, which allows the development of a specific profile to show them advertising based on it. They also allow the Publisher to make improvements based on the analysis of the data. The information handled does not allow the user to be uniquely identified. They can be inserted into the website either by the Publisher or by a third party.
The following table provides more detailed information about them:
- From third parties:
|uvc||AddToAny||Social networking and monitoring service.||1 Day|
|_cfduid||AddToAny||Social networking and monitoring service.||1 Month|
|test_cookie||Doubleclick (Google)||Real-time advertising exchange from Google.||15 minutes|
|IDE||Doubleclick (Google)||Real-time advertising exchange from Google.||12 Months|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||youtube.com||Widget youtube||6 Months|
|GPS||youtube.com||Widget youtube||30 minutes|
5. Can you revoke your consent?
Once the cookies have been installed, the user may at any time choose to revoke their consent and delete them. To do so, he or she may either:
- Use the content and privacy settings available in the browser you are using while browsing the web. Thus, depending on the type of browser that the user uses, the procedure for revocation and deletion of cookies could be, for example, one of the following:
- Reconfigure the accepted cookies through the cookie configuration panel that the Publisher makes available to you at all times and which you can access through the following link.
6. Updating the Cookie and Contact Policy