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Cookies used on the website
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Deactivating and deleting cookies
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In some cases, you have to install cookies to save the decision on your browser that you do not wish to accept the same.
In the case of Google Analytics, this company stores cookies in servers located in the United States, and is committed to not share the same with third parties, except in situations when it is necessary for the system to run properly, or when required by law. Google states that it does not save your IP address. Google Inc. is one of the companies that adheres to the
Safe Harbor Agreement, which guarantees that all the data transferred will be processed with a level of data protection in accordance with European legislation.
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