A cookie is a small piece of data that is stored on a user’s computer upon visiting certain web pages. Cookies allow sites to gather and store information about a user’s web activity and equipment, and, depending on the kind of data they contain and the way in which they are sent to the web browser, they may be used to recognize individual users.
Technical cookies allow the user to browse a website, platform or application, and use the different options or services that these provide, for example, control web traffic and data transfers, access restricted parts of the site, record the elements used in certain forms, make an online purchase, subscription, or event, use security features, and store the content of audio or video files shared through servers and social networks.
Personalization cookies allow users to access web services with certain predefined elements, established through a series of criteria on the user’s computer; these may include language preferences, the type of browser used to access services, the regional configuration from where the service is accessed, etc.
Analytical cookies allow the website to track and analyze information on how users visit the various pages on the site. The data collected through this type of cookie is used to measure activity on the web page, application, or platform, and to construct user profiles for the visitors of said pages, applications, and platforms, in order to improve user experience, and allow for better service.
You can choose to allow, block, or delete cookies installed in your computer by adjusting the settings of the web browser you use. But doing so might limit your ability to visit certain parts of the website or take advantage of some of our services.
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