Cookies are tiny text files that are stored on your computer when you are navigating a website. Despite of being stored in your computer, they do not get access to other bits of information which people have in their hard drive. The use of the cookies is mainly to help the website progress and understand how the visitors act when surfing certain website.
Cookies allow as well website and applications to store your preferences up to date to facilitate your access once you have visited a website once.
Cookies in our website
There are several types of cookies: strictly necessary cookies, performance cookies and functionality cookies.
Strictly necessary cookies
These types of cookies allow you to navigate around the website and are used to remember your details when filling in a form, for example. These ones are not use for any marketing or advertising purposes.
Functionality cookies / Analytics cookies
The cookies that we use in this website are mainly to understand our visitors’ behaviours and how you navigate in this site.
- Google Analytics cookies: collecting information anonymously to analyse the duration of a visit to our website, how many pages a person visits or which was the landing page. To know more about how Google deals with the information gathered from you please follow the link https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245
|_utma||To know how many times a visitor visits the website by appointing each visitor an unique code|
|_utmb & _utmc||This cookies help Google Analytics works|
|_umtz||This one let us know how you have found our website, so we could know if you are coming from a search engine or a social media platform.|
- Media Hawk: we use a call tracking system that allow us to track best the calls that we have from the website. You can check Media Hawk’s cookies policy in this link https://www.mediahawk.co.uk/privacy/
|PHPSESSID||Giving every visitor a custom ID for the current visit|
|mhVisitorId||This company find out the pages that visitors access once in our website and we use this information to enhance your experience.|
3rd party cookies
As well, we will never pass your details or the information gathered through the cookies to 3rd party companies for advertising purposes.
You can refuse to the use of cookie. You can control your settings directly in your browser following their guidance; it will be different settings regarding which browser you are using.
It is possible to also control Adobe Local Shared Objects, also known as Flash cookies (and probably you will have this Adobe extension installed in your computer), through Adobe’s website.
By continuing navigating this website you agree with our cookies policy. To know more about cookies or how to discard them you can visit http://www.aboutcookies.org/