Cookies are files that are downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies make it easier for a web page to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a customer or their and, depending on the information they contain and the way in which their equipment is used, they can serve to recognize it.
However, these means only obtain information related to the number of pages visited, the city to which the IP address from which it is accessed is assigned, the number of new users, the frequency and recidivism of the visits, the time of visit , the browser or the operator or type of terminal from which the visit is made. In no case do you obtain data on the name, surname, postal address or other analogous data of the user that has been connected.
The cookies used in this web page are those generated by Google Analitycs, being the name and the specific purpose of each of them the following:
• __utma: Expires 2 years since the last update. This cookie generates a unique user ID and records the date, the first and the last time the user visited the website. It is used to count how many times a single user visits the site.
• __utmb: Expires 30 minutes after the last update. This cookie records the time of arrival to the page and expires 30 minutes after the last page view. It is automatically deleted when changing web or when closing the browser. It is used to calculate the time a user stays on a page.
• __utmc: This cookie has a purpose similar to the previous one but for the websites where the old urchin.js tracking code is installed.
• __utmz: Expires at 6 months. This cookie stores the origin of the visitor, the path that has followed to access the web either direct access, from a link on another website, from an email link, using certain keywords in a search engine, through a display campaign, or through an AdWords ad. This cookie is used to calculate the traffic that comes from search engines (organic and PPC), advertising campaigns on display and navigation within the same website (internal links). The cookie is updated in each visit to the web.