Current policy aims at informing concerning parties about cookies used on this webpage according to what is established in Law 34/2002, dated on July 11, regarding services of the Information Society and eCommerce, as well as the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.



Cookies are files downloaded to the Computer, Smartphone or Tablet when accessing webpages. Cookies’ use offer a number of advantages in terms of Service Provisioning of Information Society since, among other things: (a) allow user surfing on the web site; (b) allow access  to the different services offered through the website; (c) avoid the reconfiguration  the general characteristics predefined each time the website is accessed; (d) facilitate the improvement of the service rendering through the website, after analyzing the information obtained through the installed cookies; (e) allow a website, among other, store and recover information about navigation patterns and preferences and, depending on the contained information and the way the device is used, recognize the user.


Most browsers accept cookies as standard capability and allow temporary cookies in the security adjustments.


Keep in mind that in order to have a better experience when browsing, it is required that cookies are enabled, especiallly those of technical nature which are necessary to identify the user each time the user access the current website.


In case you don’t want to receive cookies, please, configure your internet browser so they are deleted from the hard disk, they become blocked or you are prompted in case they are installed.



Following the guidelines from the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, we will proceed to describe the use of cookies use don this webpage.


Own Cookies


These are the ones sent to the user terminal from an equipment or domain managed by the Publisher and from which the service is provided. 


Third Party Cookies


Those sent to the user terminal from an equipment or domain not managed by the Publisher, but from other entity that treats the data obtained through cookies.


19th Code Will not be liable, under any circumstance, nor for the contents nor for the authenticity of the policies and/or terms and conditions and privacy of third parties, included through links, in this policy.



In relation with cookies use and as described in the aforementioned section, the user authorizes and gives his/her explicit consent its use in the following way: when the user access our webpage, s/he Will be prompted where it is indicated that cookies are being used. The user may choose to accept or reject this pop up by clicking the corresponding the action s/he wants to perform, managing the preferences through the panel and/or the browser. If the user does not click the button accepting the cookies, does not configure neither the browser nor the panel and continues browsing the website using its services, the user will accept the use of the cookies required on this webpage.




You might allow, block or delete cookies from your device by means of the options available in your browser. You can information about how to do it in the most popular browsers in the links mentioned below:



We inform you though that the deactivation of cookies may lead to avoidance or impediment of service provisioning through this webpage.




Current policy may be modified base don the legal demands that may arise with the aim of adapting such policy to the directives issued by the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos.


Because of this, you are kindly requested to revisit this policy on a periodic basis.


Whenever significant changes occur, to the maximum possible extent, we Will communicate our customers about the scope and reach of these changes on our webpage.


Should you have any doubt about the current policy, please, contact us on the following email address: