There are various types of Cookies:
- session cookies: expire at the end of the browsing session, and enable us to connect the actions that you take during that particular session;
- persistent cookies: stored on your device between browsing sessions, and enable us to remember your preferences or actions in relation to various websites;
- own cookies: installed by the websites that you visit;
- third-party cookies: installed by the various websites that you visit.
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Those cookies can be classified by the purpose that they are assigned:
- technical cookies: needed for browsing. Without them, the website will not work properly;
- personalisation or configuration cookies: allow the website to recognise the user’s language and the size of type used, amongst other things;
- security cookies: prevent or hinder attacks against the website or its users;
- analysis cookies: enable user activity to be measured and browsing statistics to be determined;
- advertising cookies: manage the frequency and content of advertisements;
- behavioural-advertising cookies: store information on users to show them personalised advertising.
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Consent or acceptance in relation to Cookies:
An alert on the website informs you that this website is using Cookies. The message tells you how to accept the use of those Cookies.
Cookies we use:
As we have stated above, our website has various types of cookies that are used for different purposes. We list below the various Cookies that we use.
PHSESSID: a session cookie. These cookies are used by the scripting language PHP to enable the session variables to be retained on the web server. It is essential for the operation of the website.
_gid: used to distinguish between users. Disappears after 24 hours.
APISID, HSID, NID, SID: cookies used by Google to store users’ preferences and information when pages are viewed that contain Google maps. Duration: 2 years, except for the NID Cookie, which lasts for 6 months.
Users accept that by using the website, they consent to their data being processed by Google. Accordingly, the exercise of any right in that regard must be notified directly to Google.