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All recent versions of popular browsers give users the following three basic options for control over cookies:
Rejecting all cookies
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Accepting all the cookies
The browser can also include the possibility of specifying which cookies should be accepted and which not. In particular, the browser can normally accept some of the following options: reject cookies from certain domains; reject cookies from third parties; accept cookies as non-persistent (the cookie will be deleted when the browser is closed); allow the server to create different cookies for each domain. On top of that, all browsers can also allow the users to see and delete cookies individually.
For more information about cookies see: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie
This site can host web beacons (AKA web bugs). Web beacons are small images (1 pixel x 1 pixel), which can be visible or invisible, and are located in the source code of some web pages. Web beacons are used in a similar way to cookies. In addition, web beacons are used to measure the number of users visiting a web page and to extract a pattern of the users visiting the site.
For more information about web beacons see: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_bug
In some cases, in order to improve our services, we share users’ information, in an aggregated or anonymous form, with third parties such as advertisers, sponsors or auditors. All these processing tasks will be regulated in accordance with current legislation and all rights will be reserved in terms of data protection and confidentiality in accordance with current regulation.
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