Cookie Policy

Cookies are small files which are stored on your internet browsing device when you visit almost any website. Cookies can gather information about the use of a website or enable the website to recognize the user as an existing customer when they return to the website at a later date. They store technical information such personal preferences, content personalization, statistics, links to social networks, access to user’s accounts, etc. Cookies aim to adapt the website to your profile and necessities. Some cookies are also essential for some services. If you would like to know more about cookies, please follow this link.


Cookies we use on this website

This website uses the following first party cookies:

  • Session cookies, they ensure that users who write a blog post are human beings and not robots. This way we can prevent spam.

 This website uses the following third-party cookies:

  • Google Analytics: It stores cookies in order to create statistics about trafficking and the number of visits to the website. By using this website, you agree that Google uses information about you. In case you want to exercise your right, please report directly to Google.
  • Social networks: Every social network uses its own cookies so you can click on “I like” or “Share” buttons.

Removing cookies

You will have the right to clear or delete cookies of this website at any time. How to do so will depend on the browser you use. You find here a quick guide for the most popular browsers.


Additional comments

This website along with its legal representatives assume no responsibility of the content and veracity of the privacy policy of these mentioned third parties.

In case you would like to clear cookies, you have to do it through a web browser, which is the one responsible for storing cookies. This website cannot warrant a correct use of cookies by these browsers and either can our legal representatives.

It is necessary to install some cookies, so the browser does not forget that you do not agree to the use of cookies.

When it comes to Google Analytics cookies, they are stored in servers placed in United States and they ensure they will not share them with third parties unless those cases where it is necessary for the system to work or the law obliges to it. According to Google, they do not store the IP address. Google Inc. adheres to the safe harbor principles provided by the EU that guarantees a high level of protection for the transfer of data.


You can read more about this here. If you would like to know more about how Google uses cookies, follow this link.


If you have any doubt about cookie policy, please do not hesitate to contact us through the contact section on the menu.