Below, we provide the User with general information about what cookies are and the types of cookies that exist.

What are cookies?

Cookies and other similar devices, such as pixels, web bugs, etc., are text or image files installed in the user’s browser when they access an online service.

Cookies allow, among other things, the storage and retrieval of information about the user, their browser, their devices, and the user’s activity on the service they connect to.

What types of cookies exist?

There are many types of cookies. Below, we offer the user some classifications of them, without necessarily implying that this service uses all these types of cookies:

A) According to the entity that manages the cookies:

1. First-party cookies: These are sent to the user’s device or terminal from the equipment or domain owned by the service holder and managed by them.

2. Third-party cookies: These are sent to the user’s device or terminal from equipment or a domain not managed by the service holder, but by a third party that will process the information obtained through the cookies.

B) According to the storage duration:

1. Session cookies: These collect and store data while the user accesses a service and cease once the user leaves it.

2. Persistent cookies: These have a specific duration determined by the service manager. The storage time can vary from a few minutes to several years. They are used to save and retrieve certain parameters each time the user visits a service.

C) According to their purpose:

1. Technical cookies: These are essential and strictly necessary for the correct operation and use of the different options or services offered by the service managers. For example, those used for session maintenance, response time management, performance or validation of options, using security elements, etc.

2. Personalization cookies: These allow the user to specify or customize some features of a service. For example, defining the language, regional configuration, or type of browser.

3. Analytical cookies: These allow counting the number of unique visitors and performing an analysis of the use of a service to measure its interest or that of certain areas. For example, an analytical cookie would control the geographical areas from where the highest percentages of users connect, which product or service is most accepted, etc.

4. Advertising cookies: These allow the management of advertising spaces in a service.

5. Behavioral advertising cookies: These allow the management of advertising spaces in a service. The function of these cookies is to store information on the behavior of users of a service to later show personalized advertising.

Other technologies:

1. Pixels, web bugs, or trackers: Also known as tracking pixels, pixel tags, or conversion pixels, web beacons. These are tiny 1×1 pixel transparent images inserted in a service to measure activity. Once a specific page of the service is loaded in a browser, this image will load, and this data can be measured. Tracking pixels generally allow knowing the path a particular user IP has taken in an online service.

2. HTML5 storage: This involves using HTML5 technology capabilities to store specific parameters in the user’s browser that can be used to identify the browser.

3. Local Shared Objects (LSO): Also known as “flash cookies,” this involves storing information without cookies on the user’s device, using Adobe Flash Player technology.

4. Etags: This is an HTTP protocol mechanism that allows the validation of the cache that the user stores in their web browser. This technology is primarily used to save bandwidth, avoiding duplicate content downloads. However, it can also be used to recognize the user’s browser.

5. Canvas fingerprinting: This involves generating a unique shape in the user’s browser using the HTML5 web standard technology to identify the user’s device.

6. Font detection: This technique involves identifying the font configuration of the user’s device to obtain a unique identification of the device.

7. Browser cache: As the name implies, this technique involves storing information in the browser’s cache.

8. WebGL: This technique leverages the capabilities of modern browsers to render three-dimensional figures to obtain a unique identification of the device, due to the different configurations of each one.


Who is responsible for this service?

This Service is the responsibility of TANGO COMUNICACIÓN ESTRATÉGICA, S.L. with NIF B86833522, a company located at Calle Balbina Valverde, 15, 28002, Madrid, registered in the Madrid Mercantile Registry in volume 31543, folio 150, section 8, sheet M-567687 (hereinafter, TANGO).

What technologies do we use?

Specifically, this online service uses cookies and other similar devices for the following purposes:

Name Category Description Property Duration
wordpress_ Functionality It activates during login and saves the authentication details Own 1 year
wordpress_logged_in_ Functionality It activates during login and saves the authentication details Own 1 year
wp-settings- Functionality It is used to customize the User Interface. Own 1 year
wp-settings-time- Funcionalidad It is used to customize the User Interface Own End of the session

How to Disable or Delete Cookies

Upon accessing the service for the first time, the user will see a cookie notice informing them of how they can provide or refuse their consent.

If the user has given their consent, they can disable or delete the listed cookies at any time through the configuration options of the browser used on their device or terminal.

However, the user should keep in mind that if they reject or delete cookies, we will not be able to maintain their preferences, and some features will not be operational. As a result, we will not be able to offer personalized services, and each time they use the service, they will appear as a new user who will be asked for their authorization to use cookies.

Below, we provide links where the user can find information on how to disable cookies and similar technologies in the main browsers:

Cookie settings for Google Chrome

Cookie settings for Mozilla Firefox

Cookie settings for Internet Explorer

Cookie settings for Safari

How does the use of cookies affect the protection of the user’s personal data?

Most cookies collect anonymous information that does not allow the user’s identity to be obtained, although some of the codes included can singularize or individualize the browser of the device used. Therefore, data protection regulations may apply. Consequently, we inform you that the information obtained through cookies will be processed for the purposes indicated in this Cookie Policy. Furthermore, this information will also be processed by the companies that provide cookies for the purpose indicated in their respective privacy policies.

However, since these codes do not allow the identification of the User, the rights of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, limitation, or portability recognized in data protection regulations will not apply, unless the User can provide additional information that allows linking their identity with the identifying codes of their cookies.

If the user considers their right to data protection to be violated, they can file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (

More information

The user can raise any queries related to the use of cookies that are not answered in this Cookie Policy through the email


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