What are cookies?

Cookies are text files that are downloaded to users’ terminal equipment (computer, tablet, mobile telephone, etc.) and saved in their browser’s memory. The site analyses the data contained in the cookies to enhance the usability of its websites and offer more personalized information and services.

The browsing data retrieved by the cookies are anonymous and not associated with any specific person. All personal information must be explicitly provided to the site by the user.

Users may delete or disable the cookies using their browser’s settings. Should they do so, the website will continue to be operational, but will no longer offer customized features.

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What types of cookies does the use?

First-party cookies

These are cookies sent from a computer or domain managed by the to the user’s terminal.

Third-party cookies

These are cookies sent to the user’s terminal from a computer or domain that is neither managed nor controlled by the site. This group also includes those cookies that, while installed by the, compile data for processing by third parties.
Third-party cookies may be used to gauge and analyse users’ behaviour in order to enhance their experience on the TeSLA’s website.

Third-party website cookies

The site includes content generated on various social networks (YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, etc.), which may set their own cookies for their users. The site has no control over the dissemination and use of the data these social networks may gather with their cookies and thus recommends that users review their privacy policies.

What cookies are used by

PHPSESSID First-party Session Makes it possible to maintain the user’s session while he or she is using an application.
Viewed cookie policy First-party 1 year When a user closes the cookie disclaimer, ensures that it is not shown again.
wordpress_test_cookie First-party session These type of cookie is intended to ensure a satisfactory browsing experience. It allow the system to recognize registered users and remind them of their username and password, among other things.

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