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This Web Portal makes use of cookies to facilitate its navigation and adequate information. If you explicitly accept our cookies policy during the registration and / or continuous phase of the web browsing different pages, using the scroll bar, or accessing different areas and menus, that action will be inferred that it accepts the installation and use of the cookies.

What are cookies?

Cookies are devices that are downloaded to a user’s terminal equipment. This allows you to identify yourself as a specific user and collect your browsing preferences. Cookies are fundamental to the proper functioning of a Web Portal. Cookies can not harm your computer. Be clear that cookies can not read information stored on the computer.

What types of cookies does this Web Portal use?

Session Cookies: These cookies are necessary for the correct use of the web page, as for the users session, or to navigate uninterruptedly by remembering language or country options. They are used to identify the user, if it is necessary to access a registration area. Without these cookies, many of the services available would not be operational. These cookies expire when the browser is closed or after a month.

Advertising cookies: These cookies allow you to remember the choices you make, such as remembering the terms and conditions that the user has accepted, and also offers you better and more personalized features, being able to show, if applicable, the most relevant, useful ads And according to their interests such as avoiding that you continually perceive the same advertisement.

Technical Cookies: These treat generic and anonymous information, where personal data are not included, they only remember the page from which the user comes. Its main objective is to improve the functioning of the web.

Third Party Cookies: those that are installed in a Web Portal, but are not specific to the portal that is being visited at the same time. Therefore, these cookies are specific to a third party domain, and consequently, the information contained can be viewed and managed by the third party. They obtain information from your visit to carry out evaluations, statistical calculations on anonymous data, guarantee the continuity of the service or to establish improvements in their websites. Similarly, these types of cookies can be used to show you advertisements tailored to your own interests.

How can I manage cookies?

The user can access the preferences menu of his browser and configure it to not install cookies, delete existing ones and / or remove them before starting navigation through other pages of the Website.

You can follow the next steps, according to the browser.

We remind you that if you reject the installation of cookies, the service may be affected and that this prevents the correct or partial use of the same.

For more information on the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser

To enable or disable cookies in Internet Explorer 7 or 8, follow these steps:

  • Click Start> Control Panel. (In Windows XP Classic View, click Start> Settings> Control Panel).
  • Double-click the Internet Options icon.
  • Select the Privacy tab.
  • Click Advanced.
  • In the “Advanced Privacy Settings” window, select the “Override automatic cookie management” option in the “Cookies” section.
  • In the “Source Cookies” section, select the “Accept” or “Ask” option.
  • In the “Third party cookies” section, select the “Accept” or “Ask” option. (If you select the “Ask” option, your authorization will be requested every time a website tries to send you a cookie).
  • In the Internet Options window, click OK to exit that dialog box.

To enable cookies in Internet Explorer 6, follow these steps:

  • Click Start> Control Panel. (In Windows XP Classic View, click Start> Settings> Control Panel).
  • Click Advanced.
  • Select “Override automatic cookie management”.
  • In the “Source Cookies” section, select the “Accept” or “Ask” option.
  • In the “Third party cookies” section, select the “Accept” or “Ask” option. (If you select the “Ask” option, your authorization will be requested every time a website tries to send you a cookie).
  • In the Internet Options window, click OK to exit that dialog box.

If you need more information on how to perform this process in Internet Explorer we recommend you visit the following link, click here.

For more information on the Mozilla Firefox browser

To enable or disable cookies in Mozilla Firefox 3.x for Windows, follow these steps:

  • Click Tools> Options.
  • In the top pane, click Privacy.
  • In the “Firefox will:” section, select the Use a custom settings for history option.
  • Select the checkbox next to “Accept cookies from websites” to enable cookies.
  • Click OK.

To enable or disable cookies in Mozilla Firefox 2.x for Windows, follow these steps:

  • Click Tools> Options.
  • In the top pane, click Privacy.
  • Select the “Accept cookies from webs” checkbox.
  • Click OK.

To enable or disable cookies in Mozilla Firefox for Mac, follow these steps:

  • Go to the Firefox drop-down menu.
  • Select Preferences.
  • Click on Privacy.
  • In the “Firefox will:” section, select the Use a custom settings for history option.
  • Select the checkbox next to “Accept cookies from websites” to enable cookies.
  • Click OK.

If you need more information on how to do this process in Mozilla Firefox we recommend you visit the following link, click here.

For more information on the Google Chrome browser

To enable or disable cookies in Google Chrome for Windows, follow these steps:

  • Click the Tools menu.
  • Select Options.
  • Click the Advanced tab.
  • In the “Privacy” section, click Content Settings.
  • To allow both source and third-party cookies, select the Allow local data to be set option. If you just want to accept source cookies, check the box next to “Ignore exceptions and prevent third-party cookies from being enabled.”

To enable or disable cookies in Google Chrome for Mac, follow these steps:

  • Select Chrome> Preferences from the menu bar.
  • Click the Advanced tab.
  • In the “Privacy” section, click Content Settings.
  • To allow both source and third-party cookies, select the Allow local data to be set option. If you just want to accept source cookies, check the box next to “Ignore exceptions and prevent third-party cookies from being enabled.”

If you need more information on how to do this process in Google Chrome we recommend you visit the following link, click here.

For more information on the Safari browser

To enable or disable cookies in Safari, follow these steps:

  • Go to the Safari drop-down menu.
  • Select Preferences.
  • In the top pane, click Security.
  • Under “Accept Cookies,” select Only from sites you browse.

If you need more information on how to perform this process in Safari we recommend you visit the following link, click here.