What are cookies?
Cookies are small files recorded in the browser of the users so that the server can remember the visits of the said users when they come back to access our content again in the future. This information does not reveal your identity or any personal data, and it does not access local contents on your PC. It does, however, allow our system to identify you as a specific user that has already visited the website, seen specific pages, etc., and it allows the website to save your personal preferences and technical information.
In accordance with the Directive 2009/136/EC, defined in the second section of Article 22 of the LSSI, following the guidelines of the AEPD, we hereby inform you in detail on the cookies used on our website.
Cookies are classified according to a number of categories below. However, please note that the same cookie may be included in more than one category.
Types of cookies based on the entity that manages them
- Own cookies: These are cookies sent to the user terminal from a system or domain managed by the editor.
- Third-party cookies: These are cookies sent to the user terminal from a system or domain not managed by the editor, but by another entity that processes data.
Types of cookies based on the period of time during which they remain active
- Session cookies: These are cookies designed to collect and store data while the user accesses the website.
- Persistent cookies: These are cookies wherein data remain stored on the terminal and may be accessed and processed during a period of time defined by their manager – this period may vary from minutes to years.
Types of cookies based on their goal
- Technical cookies: These are cookies that allow the user to browse a website, platform or application and to use the different options or services within the website.
- Customisation cookies: These cookies allow the user to access the service with some predefined general characteristics based on a series of criteria in the user terminal.
- Advertising Cookies: These are cookies which allow the management of the advertising spaces in the most efficient way possible and which the editor may have included in the website, where applicable.
- Behavioural Advertising Cookies: These are cookies which allow the management of the advertising spaces in the most efficient way possible and which the editor may have included in the website, where applicable. These cookies store data regarding user behaviour, collected via the constant observation of their browsing behaviour, which allows for the creation of a specific profile to determine which advertisements may be shown.
- Analysis cookies: These are cookies that allow their managers to track and analyse user behaviour on the websites to which they are linked. The information collected by this type of cookie is used for measuring website activity in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of the user data provided by the users of the service. We use Google Analytics cookies, which may be disabled by installing this plugin.
Currently, most browsers are configured by default to block the installation of advertising or third-party cookies on your system. The user may increase these restrictions to reject all types of cookies or remove these restrictions to accept any type of cookie. If you are interested in allowing advertising or third-party cookies, you may configure your browser to do so.
By clicking on the ACCEPT button shown in the initial information regarding cookies, you explicitly consent to their use. However, you may exercise your right and revoke your consent at any moment, by sending a request to CORMA.
Below you can find detailed information about all the cookies that may be installed in your system by this website. Based on your browser settings and your consent or lack thereof, all the cookies, or a few of them, may be installed on your system.
|_ga||Analysis||Used to distinguish users.||Third parties||2 years|
|_gid||Analysis||Used to distinguish users.||Third parties||24 hours|
|wp-settings-||Function||Used to customise the user interface.||Own||1 year|
|wp-settings-time-||Function||Used to customise the user interface.||Own||End of the session|
|_utma||Analysis||Used to distinguish users and sessions.||Third parties||2 years|
|_utmc||Analysis||It is not used in ga.js. It is configured to interact with urchin.js.||Third parties||End of the session|
|_utmz||Analysis||Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user has reached the website.||Third parties||6 months|
If you do not want cookies to be stored on your browser or wish to receive a notification each time you receive a cookie request to be installed, you may configure your browser settings. Most browsers allow the administration of cookies in 3 ways:
- Cookies are always refused
- The browser asks permission from the user to install each cookie
- Cookies are always accepted
Your browser may also allow you to select, in detail, which cookies you would like to be installed in your system. Specifically, the user can usually accept one of the following options:
- To reject cookies from certain domains
- To reject third-party cookies
- To accept non-persistent cookies (they are removed when the browser is closed)
- To allow the server to create cookies for a different domain
You can allow, see, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by configuring the browser options set up on your computer.
You can find information concerning the configuration of the most used browsers in the following locations:
- Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet options -> Privacy -> Settings. For more information, you may refer to Microsoft Supportor the browser help.
- Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Custom Configuration. For more information, you may refer to Mozilla Supportor the browser help.
- Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Content configuration. For more information, you may refer to Google Supportor the browser help.
- Safari: Preferences -> Security. For more information, you may refer to Apple Supportor the browser help.