A cookie is a small text file that is saved in the user’s device (computer, smartphone, etc.) when the user navigates the website.
Cookies allow a website to store and retrieve the information about the navigation habits of a user and of their device, and can be used to, for example, recognize the user, or to gather web statistics.
Session cookies: Store data while the user browses the website, and are deleted when the browser is closed.
Persistent cookies: The data remains stored on the device and can be used again on the next visit to the site. At the end of their lifespan, these cookies will stop working.
Analytical cookies: Allow the analysis of how visitors use our website, with the goal of improving it.
In our site we use Google Analytics to measure and analize the navigation, to be able to improve our services. Google Analytics uses two analytical cookies (_ga and _gat) that differentiate between users and sessions. These cookies are created on the moment that the Google Analytics library is loaded, if they didn’t exist previously, and are updated every time that the data is sent.
In the settings of your browser you can find the options to block or delete cookies. Blocking cookies could prevent some websites from working properly.
For more information about how to setup cookie options, visit the help page of your browser or the following links: