Cookies RGPD Cookie Policy

The Law 34/2002, information society services and e-commerce Obligates in its Article 22.2 to all owners of a website Warning The user of the Use of cookies, Report on Specific cookies are used and collected Permission To download and store them in the browser.

For a complete legal view of the legal aspects related to the activity of this site, please consult also our pages of Legal Notice and of Privacy Policy.

By following this legal obligation, on this page you can find all the information about what the famous cookies are exactly and how they are used on this website.

In general terms, downloading these kinds of elements, they assume the ability to Collect User activity information and has implications regarding your privacy that detallao below.

Therefore, the regulations impose the obligation to obtain the informed consent of the users to accept the use of cookies in the Web sites.

What is a cookie exactly?

cookie It is a small file that is downloaded on your computer when browsing websites.

A simple example would be when you enter the page of a Web email account such as Gmail, Outlook or Yahoo Mail.

The cookies Allow a Web site to recognize a device’s browser and Do not contain or collect personal information from the user. They simply have a unique footprint that allows the web that originated that cookie to re-detect it in the previously used browser.

That is, if a site has left a cookie in your browser, if you go back to that site, the site can detect that cookie and with it knows that this device has already navigated that website before.

By making the user certain actions the Web site can generate cookies which can be very useful, both for the web and for the own user.

Why and what are cookies used for?

I use both Own cookies (generated by this site) as Third party Cookies (such as those generated by YouTube embedded video).

Nowadays the use of cookies is simply essential. Without them, the user experience would be very limited (things as simple as, for example, embed videos from YouTube could not be done) and the owners of websites would limit us in a very severe way.

If you choose to do so, you can block cookies by using the appropriate configuration of your browser. However, you should know that if you do this, this site will not work properly.

According to the terms included in article 22.2 of law 34/2002 of Services Of the information Society and e-commerce, if you continue to navigate, You will be giving your consent For the use of the cookies listed below.

The cookies on this website are essential for:

  • Allow the correct functioning of this website
  • Improve user Experience
  • Allow you to view embedded videos
  • Improve the speed and security of the site
  • Make it possible to share my pages with your social networks
  • Obtain (anonymous) statistics of the use of this web, essential to offer you the best possible contents and for the vision strategy of my business

I promise not to use cookies to:

  • Get personal data (without your express permission)
  • Get sensitive information (without your express permission)
  • Share personal data with third parties

Cookie usage Examples

There are a multitude of applications for cookies.

They are used, for example, to keep the authenticated user on a web without it being necessary to authenticate each time you access, until you decide to close the session.

Another example is advertising based on advertisements that the user has previously visited, the cookies allow to trace in which ads the user clicked (without knowing who that user is) using that information to show more relevant advertisements for the User on the next visit.

In I use cookies, for example, in the server cache that allows to accelerate the loading speed of the pages on the users ‘ computers.

How to turn off cookies?

All browsers allow you to make changes that allow you to disable cookie settings. These settings are located in the “Options” or “preferences” of your browser menu.

Then I leave the links with instructions for different browsers where you will see how to disable cookies.

However, remember that disabling cookies implies Lose functionality On many websites.

If you do not want to be tracked by cookies, Google has developed a plugin to install in your browser that you can access In the following link.

You can find more information about cookies in the AEPD’s Guide to using cookies.

Third party Cookies

This website also uses third-party cookies and contains links that lead to other websites that, in turn, are the source of their own cookies and those of third parties.

The different types of third-party cookies and their characteristics are listed below.

Media Players frequently uses own and third-party audio and video content through popular players such as Youtube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, IVoox and other similar.

These players can leave cookies on the site that embed for issues such as online advertising ads displayed by the player or to store and retrieve user preferences in the use of these players.

Online advertising Cookies

This site does not publish online ads in its contents which usually use cookies to optimize the ads displayed to the user.

However, as a result of using embedded media players such as the YouTube player, for example, cookies from the online advertising platforms used by these sites will also be installed when you visit

Social network Cookies

The Plugins For the creation of buttons of social networks and similar elements related to them can generate cookies of these third parties. In this web this type of elements are of own implementation and do not generate cookies in their operation.

Affiliation Links Cookies

This type of cookies would not be legally necessary to mention them, but for the sake of a 100% transparency I want to inform you that, by following my affiliation links, the website to which these links are aimed will generate a cookie that allows you to detect that (in case of a Sale) You came to your site originally from my site, to assign me the corresponding commission.

That’s the technical basis that makes it possible to use affiliate links.