A cookie is a small data file that certain websites write to your hard drive when you visit. A cookie file can contain information such as user ID and the website uses to track the pages you've visited. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information that you yourself provide.
A cookie can not read data from your hard drive and can not be executed as code or contain viruses.
The cookies are installed on the computer from which you access, from our website, fulfill the purposes described in this page.
The application fields we use for information browsing, measure and analyze data and set the hearing for a session are:
These applications have been developed by Google and the CMS WebsiteBaker team, which will provide services for measuring and analyzing the audience of our website and the maintenance of a user session (save temporary data to remember settings page form fields filled ...), which ends when the browser is closed (not saved or personal user data without the consent of the user). Also, the Web itself can use this data to improve their own services and to offer services to other companies. You know these and other uses from the links indicated.
The information we collect is related to the number of page views, language, city or region to which is assigned the IP address from which you access, the number of new users, frequency of visits and recidivism, time visit, the browser and carrier or terminal type from which the visit is made.
We use this information to improve our sites, identify new needs and assess improvements introduced with the aim of providing a better service to users who visit adapting, for example, or terminal used browsers, both desktop and phones.
To enable, know, block or delete cookies installed on your computer you can do it by setting your browser options installed on your computer.
For example you can find information on how to do it if you use as your browser: