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Cookies used in this website 

Following the Spanish Data Protection Agency guidelines we will explain, as accurate as possible, what this website uses cookies for. 

This website uses the following own cookies: 

  • Session cookies to guarantee that blog comments are written by human, not robots.  Therefore, fighting spam. 

This website uses the following third-party cookies:

  • Google Analytics: stores cookies to build statistics of traffic and visits to this website. When visiting this website you agree to Google’s treatment of your personal information.  Therefore, any inquiries related to this must be directed to Google.   
  • Social networks: Each social network uses its own cookies so that you may click on Share or Like buttons. 

 

Cookies deletion or disabling

You have the right to disable or delete cookies from our website at any time. The way you do it will vary depending upon the browser you use.  A quick guide for the most popular browsers follows. 

 

Additional Notes

  • This web or their legal representatives are not responsible for the content nor the truthfulness of third-parties privacy policies mentioned in our cookies policy.
  • Web browser are tools that store cookies; therefore, you must disable or delete cookies from them.  This web nor their legal representatives can guarantee the browsers’ appropriate or inappropriate handling of cookies.
  • Sometimes, it is necessary to install cookies so that the browser remembers your decision of not accepting them. 
  • Google Analytics stores its cookies in servers located in the United States and agrees not to share them with third-parties, except in the event it is required for the proper functionality of the system or the law requires them to do so.  According to Google, they do not store your IP address.  Google Inc. is signatory of the Secure Port Agreement which guarantees that all transfer data will be treated according to European-standard security levels. You may  refer to related information on this link.   Should you want information related to Google’s use of cookies, here is the link
  • For any doubts or inquiries regarding this cookies policy do not hesitate to contact us through the Contact Us section.