Castellon – Spain

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Cookies are small files that websites, online stores, intranets, online platforms and similar internet services save in browsers used by those who visit them as they are needed for many advantageous web browsing features involved with the provision of interactive services.

The following information of possible types of cookies helps better understand the functions thereof:

Session cookies: They are temporary cookies that remain in the cookies file on your device until you leave the website meaning they are not saved on the user’s hard drive. The information obtained through these cookies is used for operational management for each user simultaneously accessing the website.

Persistent cookies: They are cookies that remain saved in the cookies areas of your computer after the browser is closed which will be consulted by the website the next time you access it to recall information that facilitates browsing (direct access to services without going through the login process) or the provision of a commercial service (offering products or services related to prior visits).

Cookies exchanged when browsing a website may include:

Source or first-party cookies: They are cookies generated by the very website being visited.

Third-party cookies: They are cookies received upon browsing the website yet which are generated by a third-party service used on it. One example is the type of cookie used by an ad or advertising banner found on the website you visit. Another example is the type of cookie used by a visitor counter contracted by the website you visit.

Cookies may be used for:

Technical purposes: These are also known as “strictly necessary”. They allow users to browse a website, platform or application and use the various options and services that exist such as, controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing parts of the website with restricted access, remembering the elements included in an order, requesting registration or participation in an event, using security elements while browsing and storing content to play videos and sound or sharing content via social media.

Customization: They make it possible for each user to configure settings like the website language, display formats, etc.

Analysis or performance: They are used to measure web activity and browsing criteria for different areas of a website, application or platform and to prepare browsing profiles of the users of those websites, applications and platforms in order to add improvements based on analyses of the usage data collected from the service users. Advertising: They make it possible to implement efficiency parameters in the advertising offered on websites. Behavioral advertising: They make it possible to implement efficiency parameters in the advertising offered on websites based on information on user behavior obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits which makes it possible to develop a specific profile to display advertising based on such profiles.


Processor: Third-party
Persistent (6 MONTHS)
Purpose: This cookie stores the visitor’s origin or the access path taken, whether direct access, from an external link, from an email link, using certain keywords in a search engine, through a display campaign or through an AdWords advertisement. It is used to calculate traffic from search engines, display advertising campaigns and browsing within the same website using internal links. It is updated each time you visit the website.
Exempt: No


Some people prefer not to enable cookies. This is the reason most browser offer the possibility of managing cookies so they are right for you.

Some browsers may allow you to configure rules for managing cookies for a specific website which gives you more precise control over your privacy. This means that cookies may be disabled on all sites except those you trust or you may even delete cookies already saved.

Here are the ways to change the settings in different browsers:
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Go to the Safari menu > Preferences. Click on the Details button under the Privacy section. Select the website storing cookies and click on Delete or Delete All to delete all cookies.