Cookies are small text files that websites can use to enable the user to make more efficient use of the site.
The law states that we may store cookies on your device if they are strictly necessary for the operation of this site. For all other types of cookies we need your permission.
This website uses different types of cookies. Occasionally, the cookies that appear on our pages come from third party services.
At any time, you may change or withdraw your consent to the Cookie Usage Statement on our website.
What kind of cookies are used at IRTA?
Depending on the entity that manages them:
Own. These are cookies that are sent from a computer or domain managed by IRTA to the user’s terminal.
From third parties. These are cookies that are sent to the user’s terminal from a computer or domain not managed or controlled by IRTA. This also includes cookies installed by IRTA that collect information managed by third parties. Third-party cookies may be used for the measurement and analysis of user behavior in order to improve your experience on the IRTA website.
Depending on the length of time it will remain on:
In session. They collect data while the user browses the IRTA website in order to provide the requested service. They expire or are deleted when the browser is closed.
Persistent. They are stored in the user’s terminal. They expire over a long or medium period of time or never expire at all.
According to the purpose:
Techniques. They are necessary for the correct navigation through the web page.
Customization. They allow the user to define the characteristics (language) for navigating the web page.
Of analysis. They allow IRTA the analysis linked to the navigation made by the user in order to track the use of the website, as well as to perform statistics of the most visited contents, number of visitors, etc.
What are the purposes of the cookies used in IRTA?
The purposes of the cookies used in IRTA are:
Techniques. The purpose of this type of cookies is to enable a satisfactory navigation of the site. This type of cookie allows the system to recognize registered users and remind them of their username and password, among other functions.
Customization. These cookies allow the user to access the IRTA website with some predefined general characteristics, such as language, browser or geographical location from where the service is accessed. This user information allows IRTA to offer a better and more personalized service.
Analytical. The anonymous data contained in these cookies allow the measurement, tracking and study of user activity to incorporate improvements to IRTA’s websites, applications and platforms.
Advertising. These cookies make it possible to manage advertising space based on criteria such as content editing or user browsing habits.