According to the entity that manages them:
➢ Own cookies: are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
➢ Third party cookies: those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through the cookies. In the event that cookies are installed from a computer or domain managed by the publisher, but the information collected through them is managed by a third party, they can not be considered as own cookies.
According to the period of time they remain active:
➢ Session Cookies: these are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the Website, so none is recorded on the user’s hard drive. The information obtained through these cookies are used to analyze traffic patterns on the Website. In the long run, this allows us to provide a better experience to improve content by facilitating its use.
➢ Permanent cookies: they are stored on the hard disk and our Website reads them each time you make a new visit. A permanent Web Page has a specific expiration date. The cookie will stop working after that date.
According to the purpose:
➢ Technical cookies: These are those necessary for the navigation and proper functioning of our Website. They allow for example, control traffic and data communication, access restricted access parts, use security elements, store content to broadcast videos or share content through social networks.
➢ Analysis Cookies: Those that are well treated by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users of our Website. For this we analyze the navigation on our Website in order to improve the offer of products or services we offer.
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