Definition and function of cookies and pixel tags

Cookies are data, generally stored in text files, placed on users’ devices by the websites they visit. Their function is to store information to enable websites to improve the browsing experience because they remember the identifier, settings, previous actions, etc.

A pixel tag is an invisible image with a line of code inserted into our website that allows users’ browsing to be tracked across our website or third-party websites. These elements can be used for usage monitoring and analytics to obtain aggregated data about website traffic and interaction for the purposes of offering personalised advertising, identifying trends, and obtaining statistics to improve the website.

Cookies and pixel tags enable us to collect the following information: various identifiers (unique cookie identifier, unique device identifier, as well as additional information such as the type), IP address, domain, browser type, language, country and time zone, cookie information, websites visited, information about page interaction, access time or URL.

Data communication and transfer

The data obtained via cookies and pixel tags can also be collected from our website by third parties through their devices and/or browsers, and with plug-ins or widgets. The processing of these data is subject to these third parties’ own privacy and cookie policies. You will find more information about these cookies in the descriptive table contained in this document. You can also check who these third parties are by installing a browser add-on specifically for that purpose.

Cookie settings panel

In the web cookie settings panel, you can change your preferences to delete certain cookies or prevent them from being stored without your consent. You can also deactivate cookies by changing the settings on each of the browsers and devices you use. To find out how to change your cookie settings, go to the browser’s help page

Chrome | Firefox | Explorer | Edge | Safari | Safari for iPhone & iPad | Opera | Chrome for Android | Chrome for Iphone & iPad

To disable Google Analytics cookies, click here.

If you disable or deactivate cookies, bear in mind that you may not be able to access many of the functions that improve website efficiency, and it is likely that some of our services will not function correctly.

Cookie types on the website

Used in context with the website’s WordPress theme. The cookie allows the website owner to implement or change the website’s content in real-time.
This cookie is utilized to enable emoji support on pages using WordPress.