1. WHAT DO WE USE COOKIES FOR?
      1. This site uses technical, personalized and analytical cookies. Under no circumstances do we use cookies for advertising purposes, neither our own or from third parties..
      2. 2. Below we provide a table with the cookies used on this website, along with a brief explanation of the purpose for each one of them (a) Technical cookies: Enable the user to navigate through a website platform or application and use the various options or services available, for example, to control traffic and data communication, to identify the session, to access restricted parts, to security features while browsing, etc.
Cookie Supplier Type Information Expiry
CDSEssionID Meta4 Technical This is a cookie that allows to distinguish one user from another. If disabled, web operations may possibly be affected. Session
cb-enabled Meta4 Technical This cookie indicates whether the device in which the web is displayed allows you to display all the functionality. Session

((b) Analytical cookies: They allow the owner to monitor and analyze the behaviour of users of the the websites associated with. The information gathered through such cookies is used in measuring the activity of sites.

Cookie Supplier Type Information Expiry
NID and PREF google.com Analytics Google uses cookies, like the PREF cookie in order to personalize the ads displayed on Google services such as Google search, especially when you are logged into a Google account. We also use cookies to show ads outsideGoogle. Our main advertising cookie on websites not belonging to Google is called “id” and stored in browsers in the doubleclick.net domain. We also use other cookies called “_drt_”, “FLC”, “NID” and “exchange_uid”.. 2 years
__utma google.com Analytics This cookie generates a unique user ID and records the date, the first and last time the user visited the web.Used to count how many times a single user visited the site.. 2 years
__utmb google.com Analytics This cookie records the time of arrival to the site and expires 30 minutes after the last record of the page view. It is automatically deleted when changing or closing the web browser.If a user remains inactive for over 30 minutes on a web page (he goes off to eat, for example) and reapplies to a page, this will be considered a new user session (1 single user who makes 2 visits). To calculate how long a user stays on a page, the value of the current page value is subtracted from the previous page. If we modify the Google Analytics code to log events (clicks or scroll) we can determine the time the user spends on the last page visited. We can also change the duration of a session with the _setSessionCookieTimeout () method._setSessionCookieTimeout(). 2 years
__utmc google.com Analytics The current javascript code that Google Analytics uses does not require this cookie. Previously this cookie was used along with _utmb cookie to determine whether after more than 30 minutes on the same page, a new session for the user should or should not be set. This cookie is still written to ensure compatibility with the sites where the old urchin.js tracking code is installed. 2 years
__utmz google.com Analytics This cookie stores where the visitors came from, the path followed to access the web, be it direct access from a link on another website, from an email link using certain keywords in a search engine, through display campaign, or through an AdWords ad. This cookie is used to calculate the traffic from search engines (organic and PPC), display advertising campaigns and navigation within the same website (internal links). The cookie is updated at each visit to the web.. 2 years

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Additionally, and if you visit a page with video content, our website may include some additional cookies from Youtube:

Cookie Supplier Type Information Expiry
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE youtube.com Technical This cookie measures bandwidth to optimize video streaming. 2 years
YSC youtube.com Technical EThis cookie allows the insertion of a youtube video in another website. 2 years
  1. META4 COOKIES USAGE AND PURPOSE
    1. The main objectives of our cookies are to improve your browsing experience by allowing us to identify you and facilitate access to the site.
    2. Under no circumstances do we use cookies for advertising purposes, either our own or from third parties.
    3. Information stored in cookies on the website is used exclusively by Meta4 Spain, SA, except for that of Google Analytics, which is used and maintained by Google and by Meta4 Spain, SA for statistical purposes.
  2. SETTING COOKIES
    1. 1. Cookies from this website may be restricted, blocked or deleted at any time by changing the settings of your Internet browser.
    2. How to disable cookies in the browser: most browsers today allow users to configure whether to accept cookies and which ones. These adjustments are typically located on the ‘Options’ or ‘Preferences’ menu of your browser.Here are the instructions to set cookies in the main browsers:
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  3. REVISIONS OF THIS POLICY
    1. This Meta4 Cookies Policy may be subject to revisions and specific modifications to improve the experience of customers and users of our services.
    2. We encourage you to consult this policy to adequately find out what cookies we use and how and why we use cookies.
  4. MORE INFORMATION
    1. You can find more information in the guide from the Spanish Data Protection Agency on the use of cookies, find the link here Cookies Guide