The website uses its own first-party as well as third-party cookies to analyse user browsing.

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your browser when you visit websites. These files do not collect any personal information, but instead only store technical and analytical data (services consulted, time of visit and so on).

The importance of cookies from a technical perspective resides in the fact that they help websites to function more quickly and in a way that is adapted to user preferences, such as storing the choice of language, local currency or identifying the device used for the visit. They set levels of protection and security that prevent or hinder cyberattacks against the website or its users. They also help media managers to obtain statistical data in order to improve the quality and experience of their services.

The application that we use to obtain and analyse browsing information is Google Analytics (, Data privacy and security). This tool does not obtain data on the first names or surnames of users or the postal addresses from which they connect. The information it obtains is related, for example, to the number of pages they visit, the language, the social media in which our news is posted, the cities to which the IP addresses of users are assigned, the number of users visiting our website, the frequency and repetition of visits, the duration of visits, the browsers they use, and the operators or types of terminal from which visits are made.

This information is used to improve, identify new needs and evaluate the improvements that are required to provide a better service to users visiting our website.

Visitors can configure the browser options installed on their computers to allow, learn more about, block or delete the cookies installed there.