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The Users that complete the registration process or have signed in with their access information may access personalized services that are adapted to their preferences according to the personal information provided at the time of registration and stored in the browser’s Cookies.
The authentication Cookies are, by default, temporary (per sessions) and non-persistent; however, users may make them persistent by marking the “Remember login” box when logging in. For registered users.
Session Cookies, which are created when logging in, last 30 minutes since the last period of activity. For registered users.
A Cookie called “language” is created in order to store the language – in monolingual installations this is simply the browser’s default language, however, when the website is compatible with several languages, this may vary depending on the language selected. For all types of users.
In any case, given that the Cookies are not needed to use our Website, we inform you that you can block or disable the Cookies by activating your browser’s settings, which allow you to reject the installation of all or some of them. The majority of the browsers warn about the presence of Cookies or automatically reject them. If you reject them, you may continue using our Website, but some of the services may be limited, thus making your experience using our Website less satisfactory.
How can I block or allow Cookies?
The user may, at any time, choose which Cookies they want to operate on this Website by:
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