Necessary COOKIES are text files, which are used by sites to streamline the use and improve the services offered. You can find these files on your browser, on the device’s hard drive depending on the sites you visit and make interacting with them safer and faster, because they can remember your preferences.
By using statistics cookies, we can analyze information about how you use our site and we will know what improvements we can make.
You may withdraw your consent to cookies at any time. To do this, you can block or delete cookies, either through your browser settings, the web or by using third-party software, or by following the specific instructions for the cookie categories in the following sections. In any case, there may be issues with the use of certain parts of the website if you disable cookies.
Marketing COOKIES are used to store a user’s visits and searches on the web and to display relevant and engaging ads based on recent searches. These types of cookies are used by advertising agencies.
COOKIES Preferences, allow the site to remember information such as your favorite language or the area you are in.
Statistical COOKIES help us understand how users interact with our site by collecting information anonymously.
Our website may include social media features, such as links to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin or Youtube. These functions can store information and can activate a cookie file for a correct operation.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the processing and storage of your data, or if you wish to modify or delete them, please contact us at email@example.com.
Please consult this section periodically to be aware of any changes.
PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
To access, correct, delete and limit the processing of personal data (GDPR), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can request that your personal data may or may not be used or transmitted to another processor (GDPR) at email@example.com
If you consider that your personal data has not been protected by law, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (GDPR).