Cookies policy of

We may sometimes use cookies to provide a series of personalised contents and/or services. A cookie is a small data file transferred by a website to the user's web browser.

In turn, this file may be stored on the hard drive of the user's computer so that we can recognise you when you return to our website. However, the user may request, in their browser's preferences, to receive a notification before accepting a cookie.

The data that will be stored in each cookie is as follows: language, date and time of the last visit to the website; the design of content which the user chose on their first visit to our website; and security elements which help control access to restricted areas.

We use this website to study the preferences of our users (demographic characteristics, their traffic patterns and other general information to understand their behaviour and profiles). Tracking our users' preferences helps us to enhance our website and our services.

For this, we use Google Analytics (the Google tool for measuring website traffic), which may store cookies on your computer to help us collect information that will be used solely for statistical purposes and to study the behaviour of our website users. The information collected by the cookie (including the IP) is stored and transferred to Google servers in the United States. Google will use such data to compile your activity on our website and generate reports to identify your use of the website. Google may provide such information to third parties if required by current legislation. By accepting this policy, you agree to Google using the information collected via Google Analytics.

You may configure your browser to reject the storage of cookies on your computer.

Information on how to disable cookies on various browsers can be found on the following links: