1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small files which are stored on a user’s computer when the user browses the Internet. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data, in particular, a number that univocally identifies the user’s computer, even when the user changes location or IP address.

Cookies are installed when you navigate the Internet by the websites you visit or by third-party websites that are somehow related to those you visit. They enable those websites to learn about your activity: where you are accessing a website from, connection time, device used (desktop or mobile), operating system, browser, most frequently visited pages, number of clicks and data on your behaviour on the Internet.

You can always enter and use our website without enabling cookies. However, blocking cookies can result in poor website performance.

2. Permission for the use of cookies

In accordance with the cookie notice at the bottom of our website, by visiting or browsing this website you are giving your consent to the use of cookies as described below, unless you have set up your browser to disable cookies. P>

3. Types of cookies used on this website

When browsing or using our website, you can come across cookies installed by the owner or by third parties according to the types of cookies shown below.



_ga Google Inc. To distinguish users. Two years.

_gat Google Inc. To throttle request rate. Ten minutes.

has_js Interwords S.L. Technical cookie enabling user’s browsing. Session cookie. Deleted automatically when user leaves website.

cookie-agreed Interwords S.L. To verify the acceptance of cookies. Ten days.

4. Managing cookies in your browser

Your use of cookies may be subject to acceptance when you install or update your browser. You can then reject acceptance by changing your browser’s content and/or privacy settings. All main browsers have help pages where you can learn how to enable or disable cookies. p>

• Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/

• Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-help

• Safari: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201265

• Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/8.54/en/index.html

• Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/?hl=en-GB#topic=3227046

Additionally, in your browser you can see the cookies installed in your computer or device and delete them if you want to. Since cookies are text files, you can open them and read their contents. The data they contain are often encrypted with a numerical key that corresponds to your Internet session, making sense only to the website where they were encrypted.