What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that downloads to your computer when you access our website. The cookies allow us to, among other things, store and recover information on a user's browsing habits and computer usage and, depending on the information the cookie contains and the manner in which the computer is used, this information can be used to recognize the user. The cookies are not a computer virus. They do not damage your computer nor do they slow down its operation. You can delete them at any time, or reject them by changing the settings on your web browser.
What types of cookies does our website use?
You may receive two types of cookies when visiting our website:
- Proprietary cookies, are those that we send to your computer from our website. These cookies have various functions:
- Session Cookies: They are used to recognize the registered users who have initiated a webpage session. These are the cookies that grant you access to the restricted sections of the website, in the event you have been granted an access key for it. If you reject the cookie or delete it, the access key will not work the right way. If you have special discounts associated with your account, it will not be possible to apply them either.
- Google Analytics: These are statistical cookies that allow us to obtain data useful in improving our site, for example, the number of visits that we have received or the hours of greatest traffic.
This is the information Google provides:
Google Analytics is a free Web Analysis from Google that primarily allows the proprietors of websites to know how users interact with their website. Also, it enables cookies in the domain of the site that you're on and uses a set of designated cookies __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmt and __utmz to compile information anonymously and to elaborate information of website tendencies without identifying individual users. More information on Google Analytics cookies and privacy information.
You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed in your computer by clicking on the configuration option for the internet browser installed on your computer.