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• Own cookie: Sent from a computer or domain managed by the website.
• Third Party: Sent from a computer or domain that is not managed by the owner of the website.
• Session: Collects data during user navigation through the website.
• Permanent: They allow access to user terminal data for a period defined by the person responsible for the cookie.
• Techniques: They allow the user to navigate through a website and use different options or services.
• Personalization: They allow the user to access the service with certain characteristics.
• Analysis: They allow the monitoring and analysis of user behavior of websites to which they are linked, in order to introduce improvements based on the aggregated data.
• Advertising: They allow the management of the publisher’s advertising spaces based on certain criteria, such as the edited content or the frequency of access.
You can disable the use of own and third-party cookies by configuring the browser options installed on your computer:
Identification of those responsible about cookies and the treatment of data obtained. The responsible for third-party cookies are Google Analytics and Hotjar.