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What are cookies? A cookie is a file that is downloaded into your computer when you access certain web pages. Among other things, cookies allow a website to store and retrieve information on the browsing habits of a user or their equipment and, depending on the information contained in the same and how you use your equipment, they can be used to recognize the user.

What types of cookies does this webpage use?

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Own Cookies

We use WordPress cookies to collect and store data when accessing our web platform:

  • qtrans_front_language: language selected by the user (one-year duration).

Third-party cookies

Google Analytics cookies are used for control of users and objectives. These are:

  • _ga: Used to distinguish between users (two-year duration).
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Below we inform you of the data of third parties who have access to the content of the cookies:

Google Ireland Limited – VAT number: IE 6388047V

Access to information by the aforementioned entities is necessary to provide the requested services.