Information about Cookies

Cookies are used on our website to provide users with better service and experience. This information describes, in detail, what kind of cookies we use, our objective and how to modify your preferences.


What are cookies?

Cookies are text archives that contain packets of information that are installed in the browser or mobile device of the user every time they visit a site online through a browser. During every subsequent visit, the browser sends these cookies to the website where they originated or to another site.
Cookies allows websites to remember some information so that you can navigate online easily and quickly.
This webpage uses only technical cookies which may be used without requesting your permission since they are strictly necessary for providing a service. The following describes each type of cookie that may be used on our site.


Technical cookies

Cookies from a session or browser

These are cookies from a session or browser. This type of cookie is necessary for the proper functioning of certain areas of the site. Cookies from this category include both persistent cookies as well as session cookies. Without these cookies the site, or some areas of the site, might not work properly. Therefore, they are always used, independently of the user’s preferences.
Cookies from this category are always sent to our domain.

Analytic Cookies

These cookies are used to gather information about the user’s browsing experience on the website. The site owner uses this information for statistical analysis in order to improve the site and simplify its use. The cookies also monitor proper functioning of the site. This type of cookie anonymously gathers information about users’ activities on the site, the way users reach the site and the pages they visit. Cookies from this category are sent to the site itself or to third-party sites.


How to disable cookies

The majority of browsers allow cookies to be disabled on the computer by blocking cookies from being accepted or provide a warning for cookies. However, if the user blocks or eliminates cookies, it may be impossible to reestablish his or her personalized preferences or settings and our ability to personalize the user’s experience will be limited.


How to the change the settings for:

Internet Explorer 9
Open an Internet Explorer window.
Click on tools
Go to “security” and then click “delete cookies”
Click the box marked “cookies” and then “delete”
Click “security” on the menu bar
Select “delete history”
Select the option for cookies and then click “delete”

Internet Explorer 8

As an alternative, the new Private browsing ability for Internet Explorer 8 allows the user to browse the internet without leaving a trace of the sites visited (like breadcrumbs). For the user in Private mode:
Click on “security” in the toolbar
Select “browse in Private”
Exit Internet Explorer 8 and close all Explorer windows
Click on “start” “execute” and type inetcpl.cpl and click “accept”
Click “general”, and click “delete” below “browsing history” in the “internet properties” box
In the “browsing history” box, click on “delete cookies”
In the “eliminate cookies” box, click “yes”

Internet Explorer (all other versions)

Internet Explorer keeps cookies in different places depending on the version of the browser and the system version of Microsoft Windows. The best way to find and eliminate cookies is to close Internet Explorer and use a Windows Explorer and search for a folder called “cookies”.

Google Chrome

Click on the “settings” icon in the upper right part of the menu bar
Select “settings”
In the lower part of the page, click on “show advanced settings”
Under the “privacy” section, click on “content settings”
To disable cookies, configure the sites that are not allowed to gather data (as an alternative, you can delete all the cookies created within a certain range of time by selecting from the drop-down menu).
Select “erase download history” to eliminate all files that have been downloaded
Select “empty cache” to eliminate pages that have been placed in the memory cache.
You can also eliminate saved passwords (those that are used to sign on to websites) and information saved in filling out forms (such as first and last name)
Click on the “browsing information” button
Click on the “close” button.

Mozilla Firefox

In the upper part of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button and select “options”, then go to “Privacy Panel”.
In the “cookies” panel, click on “show cookies”
To eliminate a cookie, just click on the entry in the list and then click the delete cookie button.
To delete all the cookies, click on “remove all cookies”.
From the drop-down menu, click on the sub-category “preferences”
Chose the “security” tab
Click on the “see cookies” button.
Select the cookies that you want to delete from the list
Click the button “delete”

Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (on Google). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text records placed on your computer to help the web page analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookies about your use of this website (including your IP address) will be sent and saved by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information with the goal of evaluating how the web page is used, compiling reports about the activity on the website or provide other services related to the activity on the site and internet use. Google will be able to transmit this information to third parties as long as it is required by the law, or when these third parties process information on a Google account. Google will not associate your IP address with any other information that Google provides. You can reject the use of cookies by selecting this under the proper settings of your browser, however, keep in mind that if you do so, it is possible that functions of this website may not work. By using this website you consent to your information being used by Google in the ways and according to the purposes outlined herein.