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Apart from this classification, cookies may also be owned by third parties. The first of these are those that are managed by the web owner itself and those of third parties are those that are managed and sent to the user’s team from a domain other than the owner of the website.

Finally, you can differentiate between session cookies as well as permanent ones, being in the first cases only installed while the user makes use of the web page and deleted when closing the browser. Permanent ones are those that remain stored after closing the session for a delimited time that can be viewed from the browser configuration.

Once contextualized the definition and typology of cookies, users are informed that this web portal uses the following cookies:

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In the case of other browsers, or these instructions were not updated, the user can resort to the “Help” section of their browser to find the necessary instructions to arrive at the settings in each case. You should keep in mind that, although the installation of these cookies is not necessary, you may encounter certain areas of the website that do not work correctly or are more complicated to access in case of refusal of your installation.

It is also reported that, on the other hand and as an alternative to not having to reject cookies or configure the browser, most browsers allow you to activate a private mode from which cookies are always erased after the visit on the website. Depending on the browser, this feature may receive different names, as well, for example, in Google Chrome we will find it with the incognito name, or InPrivate in Internet Explorer.

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