What is a cookie?
A "cookie" is a small text file that a website stores in a user's browser. Cookies facilitate the use and browsing of web pages and are essential for the functioning of the Internet, providing innumerable advantages to the provision of interactive services.
Cookies are used, for example, to manage the user's session (reducing the number of times the user has to enter their password), to improve the services offered or to adapt the contents of a web page to the preferences of the user who visits it.
Cookies can be "session cookies", so they will be deleted once the user leaves the web page that generated them, or "persistent cookies", which will remain on your computer until a certain date.
Likewise, cookies can be "own cookies", managed by the domain to which the user accesses and from which he requests a certain service (in this case, the domains owned by iDISC), or "third-party cookies", sent to the user's computer. user from a different domain than the one he accesses.
1. Analytical cookies
This website uses analytical cookies to collect statistics on user activity when visiting the page and its general activity. he information collected is anonymous and allows us to optimize navigation through our website and guarantee the best service to the user. We use Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. Google Analytics places a series of cookies (4, by default) on your computer with the sole purpose of evaluating the type of browsing you do on the web page and presenting us with activity reports on the website.
If you want more information about the cookies used by Google Analytics, go to this address: Concepts about Google Analytics cookies. Google has developed an add-on that you can install in your browser if you do not wish to be tracked by its cookies: Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. The decision you make about the use of Google Analytics cookies on this site will be recorded in an additional cookie that will also be stored on your computer.
2. Cookies for internal use
3. Cookies used by social networks
This website has installed social network buttons that allow the user to share content of interest with their social circle. The cookies used by social networks prevent the user from having to enter their data again to share said content. These buttons do not have access to the data entered by users when sharing content on a social network.
4. Cookies used by external content plugins
This website offers users content or services provided by third-party providers, such as videos hosted on YouTube or Google Maps applications. The cookies used by these providers are necessary for the user to access said service and are governed by the provisions of their respective cookie policies.
Guarantees and options on cookies
At all times and, at least, during the installation or updating of the browser, the user has the possibility of accepting or rejecting the installation of cookies, or rejecting the installation of a certain type of cookies, such as advertising cookies and cookies from third parties. In addition, after each session you can delete all or some of the stored cookies. Also, the user can activate:
- Private browsing, whereby your browser stops saving browsing history, website passwords, cookies and other information from the pages you visit, or
- The do not track function, whereby the browser asks the websites you visit not to track your browsing habits, for example, to serve advertising of interest to you on the sites you visit.
We recommend that you consult the help of your browser to find out about the different options on how to manage cookies. Below, we include the links to manage cookies in the most relevant browsers:
- Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/es-ES/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
- Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-que-los-sitios-we
- Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=es_ES
- Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=es
Keep in mind that blocking cookies may totally or partially affect