Cookies policy

Warning: on Arquia websites, we use our own and third-party cookies in order to be able to offer you information and to provide our services to you in a logical and secure way, as well as to gather statistical information about your browsing. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. However, if you would like to, you can change the cookie settings of your browser and obtain more information from the following sections.

The cookies used by Arquia. Types and purposes.
Arquia only uses cookies that are essential and necessary for the user visiting their website to access content in a more flexible, functional, logical, consistent and secure way and to maintain the customised options defined by the client during browsing. They are technical, functional and customisation cookies but they cannot access the data of your terminal.

Arquia also uses third-party analytics cookies (cookies from Google Analytics: utma, utmb, utmc and utmz) in order to control the traffic on the site and the duration of each session, as well as to collect statistical information about browsing, although no personal information is gathered. The use of this type of cookies also allows us to help improve the service we offer, analysing the performance of our website pages, optimising and customising them. You can consult the privacy policy of these cookies and obtain further information about them on your web portal (Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites).

The following sections explain what cookies are and how they can be set on your browser, but bear in mind that disabling or deleting specific cookies may cause some features or functions of our website to no longer work or will prevent us from being able to offer you customised services.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files from a visited website that are stored on the terminal used by the Internet user (such as a computer, tablet, mobile phone, etc.).

The information stored is temporary and anonymous, and allows the user to interact in a consistent way with the web pages they access via the Internet browser.

There are different kinds of cookies for various purposes. Some of the most common are listed below.

Some are of a technical nature and are essential for the operation of the website and for the user to use the different functions and services provided. For example, those required for: maintaining the session, differentiating users, legitimate authentication, remote banking operations or purchasing control, or the use of security features. Others allow the user to set preferences or browsing features, such as language, location or browser type. There are also analytical cookies based on certain criteria (frequency of access, content visited, connection time, etc.) that allow behaviour on the web to be studied and profiles of user preferences to be established. In the same vein, there is another type of cookies for advertising purposes which, by observing access and habits, facilitates the provision of advertising related to the interests of the user profile.

Configuration of cookies.
The user can configure their browser in order to be notified of the reception of cookies and to block their installation as it deems appropriate. We recommend that they consult the manuals or manufacturer support services.

Instructions on cookie settings for the most popular browsers can be found on their respective websites. As of the date of publication of this document, they are:

· Internet Explorer:

· Firefox /Mozilla

· Google Chrome

· Opera

· Safari

The different browsers on the market are continuously undergoing updates or changes, so we cannot guarantee that they will match the user's version. We therefore recommend that they go to the manufacturer's website or refer to the "Help" section of their browser.

In terms of the use of Google Analytics cookies, Google provides the user with a tool to opt out that is suitable for various browsers. The tool and related information can be obtained at:

· Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on

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