What are cookies and what are they used for
Cookies are the small text files that are downloaded in the browser of a user’s device (computer, mobile telephone, tablet, etc.) when browsing a website, application or IT platform.
Cookies offer many advantages for the provision of information society services, as they make it easier and more flexible to browse the internet, and also help us to improve the quality of the services we provide to our users. Cookies, among other things, allow information about a user’s browsing habits or that of their device to be stored and recovered, which helps us to know which pages or utilities of a website, application or platform are the most useful and which are not, for the purposes of improving them and, depending on the information they contain and the way in which the device is used, they can also be used to recognise the user.
Type of cookies we use in this website
According to the entity that manages them:
According to the time they remain active:
According to their purpose:
TMB’s own cookies that are used in this website are technical or personalisation cookies, which, in turn, can be session or persistent cookies. In compliance with article 22.2 of Act 34/2002 of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, TMB’s own cookies do not require the users’ consent.
The third party cookies used on this website for analytical purposes:
|Issuer||Description of the purpose||Links for more information on the cookies|
|Generate an anonymous user identifier that allows the users’ activity to be analysed for statistical purposes.||Privacy of Google Analytics|
|Allow it to be determined whether a user logged in using their Facebook username and password on this browser.||Page with information on the use of Facebook cookies|
Options for the users of this website
The user has three options:
Users may restrict, block or delete the cookies installed on their device by configuring the options of the browser they have installed on their device. If the installation of cookies on their device is not permitted, it is possible that they cannot access some of our sections or utilities, and may even not be able to browse.