Our website uses own and third party cookies in order to analyse certain aspects of the website and to adapt the elements presented and the functionality of some of the sections.

In this section, we will explain what cookies are. We will also tell you about the cookies we use and explain how to configure them so you can disable them or keep them active.

If you have any doubts about the cookies used on this website, you can email us at rgpd@sorigue.com.

Before accepting the cookies used on this website, please make sure you read the information we provide carefully. When you have read everything, you can accept the cookies or configure your browser to disable or reject cookies. You can also choose to include different plugins in your browser to disable functionality. We will tell you how to do this.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files stored on the devices that users use to access the Internet—smartphone, tablet, computer. These files gather information and send it to the party responsible for their installation.

The information files used on our website allow us to differentiate between and compare users, detecting their browsing and certain technological elements present (if the user’s browser has JavaScript enabled).

You can disable the cookies installed by our Portal. We will explain how to configure your Internet browser to do this. Remember that you can delete and block cookies or detect them before they are installed.

Click on the accept button to continue to the website without changing your cookies configuration.

More information is available on the website http://www.allaboutcookies.org. For more information on advertising cookies and how to manage them, visit http://youronlinechoices.eu (in the EU) or http://aboutads.info (in the US).


The types of cookies we use

We use “analytical cookies” which, along with the information from the host server, supply us with information related to the number of visits to our website and the most popular sections. If you are on our website, the cookies will register the session and references.

Analytical cookies enable us to monitor and analyse the behaviour of users of the websites they are linked to. We then use this information to measure website activity and to create user browsing profiles. Some of them are essential, and without them the website or some of its sections or content could not be displayed; others are functional.

Essential cookies:

These cookies are necessary for the proper use of the website, allowing access to the different sections. Without these cookies, many of the services that are currently available would not work.

Our has_js cookie is created by the website itself and is needed to detect if a user’s browser has JavaScript enabled. It does not collect personal data.

Browsing Cookies:

These cookies collect information about how the website is used (e.g. pages visited, loading errors, etc.). This is generic and anonymous information and does not include personal data. Information identifying website visitors is not collected, as the ultimate objective is to improve the functionality of the website.

Our browsing cookies are owned by a third party: Google Analytics. Go here for more information.

Functional Cookies:

These cookies allow information (such as the user’s name, language, or the region where he or she is located) and more personal characteristics to be recorded. This enables us to offer personalised content based on the information and criteria you have voluntarily provided. These cookies can also be used to record changes to text size, fonts and other parts of the website that can be customised. The information collected by these cookies can be anonymous and cannot be used to follow your activity on other websites.

Our cookie-agreed feature allows us to record that a user has agreed to the use of cookies. 


How to configure/manage cookies

Follow the instructions set out below to manage the use of cookies on our website. Browsers use different rules to configure cookies; therefore, you should follow the instructions for the browser you are using.

Some alternative methods are provided to enable you to manage cookies that may be useful. Remember that pages might not work properly if you block cookies. If this happens, your browser may show a message stating that you need to enable cookies for the page to work properly.

Private browsing mode

You can use the private or anonymous browsing mode that most browsers on the market allow.

If you use the private mode, information about the sites you have visited, tracking cookies, your download history and login data will not be stored. Passwords and forms are not saved.

However, the Internet provider will still know that you have accessed the site. The user’s IP address will still be visible. Private mode access does not protect from attacks.

To access private browsing, in Chrome, under the configuration tool, click on “New incognito window”; in Edge, under the configuration tool, click on “New InPrivate Window”; in Firefox, go to Tools – “New private window”; in IE11, go to Security from Tools and then click on “InPrivate Browsing”; in Opera, click on “New private window” in the Menu.


There are many tools on the market that can help you to manage cookies. These tools are designed either to avoid the functioning of cookies or to block their functions. Ghostery and Do Not Track Me are two examples.

You can block behavioural cookies (from other websites) on the opt-out platform published onhttps://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices.

Configuring browsers

Google Chrome

Go to Configuration or Preferences from the File menu or click on the customisation icon in the top right corner (three dots in a vertical line). You will see different sections, choose the ‘Show advanced options’ option or ‘Advanced Settings’. Go to ‘Privacy and Security’ and then ‘Content Settings’.

Select all cookies and site data. By default, you can set your browser to block cookies solely by enabling the “Block” option.

You can also filter them through “Cookies and site data”. A list will appear with all the cookies, ordered by domain, which you can filter through the search bar. Now all you have to do is select or block the cookies you desire.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Open the browser and then go to tools at the top of the page and select the Internet “options” tab. Check the “Privacy” tab to ensure it is set with a medium or lower security level. If the Internet setting is not set to medium, it will block cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

Open the browser and click on “tools” at the top. In the more advanced versions, this may be represented by three lines in the top right-hand corner of the browser. Select the “options” tab. Select the Privacy and Security icon. Click on cookies and site data. Choose the options shown depending on your preferences — clear data, manage data, exceptions. You can accept or block cookies or indicate how long they can be kept.


Open the browser, click on “tools” at the top of the page and then select the “options” tab. Click on the “Security” tab to see if the “Block cookies” option is checked or not. Click on “save”.


Cookie installation for Mac

If you have a Mac and want to manage cookies, follow the instructions indicated below:

Microsoft Internet Explorer OSX

Open “Explorer” and select “Preferences” in the navigation bar. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” just below received files. Select “Don’t ask me again”.

Safari on OSX

OPEN THE Safari BROWSER and select “Preferences” in the navigation bar. Go to the “Security” tab and select the “accept cookies” option. Select the option: “Prevent cross-site tracking”.

Mozilla and Netscape on OSX

Open “Mozilla” or “Netscape” and, in the upper part of the browser, select the “Preferences” option. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” just below “Privacy and Security”. Select the option “Allow access to cookies only from the current site.”


Open the “Opera” browser and select “Menu” and “Settings” in the navigation bar. Select “Preferences”, click on the “Advanced” tab and then choose “Accept cookies”.

Information on cookies on other devices

Android devices

Open the browser and click the menu button, then Settings. Go to Security and Privacy, then to the Accept cookies option to check or uncheck the box.

Apple devices

To enable or disable the block cookies option in Safari, click on Settings > Safari > Block all cookies.

To delete your history and cookies, go to Settings > Safari > Delete history and website data.

To delete cookies and keep history, go to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Site Data > Delete all data.

To visit sites without saving them in your history, you only need to enable or disable private browsing.

More information here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265


More information from the developer

Chrome: Clear, enable, and manage cookies in Chrome https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en

Firefox: Privacy settings, browsing history and the functions that I don’t want activated https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/settings-privacy-browsing-history-do-not-track

Internet Explorer: How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer 10 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies. How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer 11 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

Opera: Cookies https://help.opera.com/en/latest/web-preferences/#cookies

Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH5042

Lastly, do you know what monitoring technologies are?

Websites and HTML emails may include tracking technologies such as “web beacons”, which are small transparent images that can provide statistical information and are used in much the same way as cookies. They are usually used in conjunction with cookies but are not stored directly. If you disable cookies, “web beacons” may still continue to function, albeit in a more restricted way.

A banner like that used for cookies will be clearly shown to let you know when beacons are being used.

For more information, please contact us at rgpd@sorigue.com