By means of this Cookies Policy, EVERIS SPAIN, S.L.U. (hereinafter, Everis) hereby informs you regarding its use of mechanisms for the storage and recovery of data on Users’ terminals.

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are files that are downloaded onto the User’s computer, smartphone or tablet when the User accesses certain websites and applications, making it possible to store the User’s browsing preferences in order to ensure quicker and easier interaction between the User and the Website.

The information collected by cookies is anonymous and does not include any sensitive data, since cookies do not collect information that could lead to the personal identification of the User. In any case, Users may access their browser settings in order to modify and/or block the installation of cookies sent out by the Website, and this will not impede their access to its contents.

2. Why does Everis use cookies?

This Website uses cookies and other data storage and recovery mechanisms in order to monitor the interaction between Users and the services offered on the Website.

Cookies make it possible to recognise a User’s browser and the type of device from which the Website is being accessed, and they are used to make any subsequent visits by each individual User easier and to ensure that the Website is more suited to their needs.

For example, Everis uses cookies to ensure that the Website is operating correctly and to learn about the User’s browsing experience, among other things.

In short, the use of cookies allows Everis to optimise the browsing experience for its Users and to adapt the information and services offered to suit each User’s interests and preferences.

3. Types of cookies used on the Website

The following types of cookies are used on the Website (though an individual cookie may fall into more than one category):

  • Proprietary cookies: These cookies ensure that the Website functions correctly, and they are therefore essential in order to allow Users to make use of all of the options offered by the Website and to browse and use its services without any problems.
  • Third-party cookies: Third party cookies are sent to the User’s terminal from a machine or domain which is not managed by Everis but is instead managed by another organisation that processes the data obtained using cookies.
  • Personalised cookies: These are cookies that allow the user to access a service with some generally pre-defined characteristics, based on a set of criteria stored in the user’s own terminal, such as preferred language, the browser used to access the service, local settings for the region from which the service is accessed, etc.
  • Analytical cookies: These cookies allow the person responsible for the cookie to follow-up and analyse the behaviour of users of the websites to which they refer. The information gathered using analytical cookies is used to measure the activity of the website, application or platform and to create profiles that reflect the browsing habits of the users of these websites, applications and platforms, with a view to making improvements based on an analysis of the data relating to the way that users make use of the service.

    The main aims pursued with this type of cookie are as follows:

    • Allowing the anonymous identification of users who are browsing the Website and thus keeping a count of the approximate number of visits.
    • Anonymously identifying the content that is most viewed.
    • Knowing whether the User accessing the Website is new or a repeat visitor.
  • Advertising cookies: These enable the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces created by a publisher, where appropriate, on the website, application or platform from which it offers the requested service, based on criteria such as the content shown or the frequency with which advertisements are to appear.
  • Behaviour-based advertising cookies: These enable the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces created by a publisher, where appropriate, on the website, application or platform from which it offers the requested service. These cookies store information on user behaviour obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, allowing for a specific profile to be created so that the user can be shown advertising on the basis of this profile.

The following is a list of the cookies used on the Website:

ANALÍTICAS Google Analytics _ga Distinguir usuarios únicos al asignar un número generado aleatoriamente como un identificador de cliente. 2 años
_gat Limita la recopilación de datos en sitios de alto tráfico. 10 minutos
_gid Almacena y actualiza un valor único para cada página visitada. 1 día
PUBLICITARTIAS Doubleclick by Google 1P_JAR Se utilizan por socios publicitarios para crear un perfil de los intereses del visitante del sitio web y mostrar anuncios relevantes en otros sitios. Identifica de forma única su navegador y dispositivo. 1 año y 30 días
CONSENT 20 años
NID 6 meses
ID Obtiene información sobre cómo el usuario usa el sitio web y cualquier anuncio que el usuario haya visto antes de visitar el sitio web. 1 año
IDE 1 año
DE REDES SOCIALES Twitter _ga Distinguir usuarios únicos al asignar un número generado aleatoriamente como un identificador de cliente. 2 años
_gid Almacena y actualiza un valor único para cada página visitada. 1 día
csrf_id Permite al usuario del Sitio Web utilizar las funciones relacionadas con Twitter. 6 horas
ct0 6 horas
eu_cn 7 días
external_referer 7 días
tfw_exp 15 días
guest_id Instalada por Twitter para identificar y seguir al visitante de la web. 2 años
personalization_id Obtiene información sobre como el usuario utiliza la Web y cualquier anuncio que haya visto antes de visitar la web. 2 años
lang Almacenar preferencia de idioma. Sesión

4. How can I disable cookies?

All browsers allow you to make changes in order to disable your cookie settings. This is why the majority of browsers offer the possibility of managing cookies, to allow you to have tighter control over your own privacy.

These settings can be found under “options” or “preferences” in your browser’s menu.

The following sections show the procedure to be followed in each web browser in order to find instructions on how to disable cookies:

  • Internet Explorer (
    • Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu.
    • Click on the "Privacy" tab.
    • You can set your privacy level using a slider with six positions, which allows you to control the number of cookies that will be installed: Block all cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (the default setting), Low and Accept all cookies.
  • Mozilla Firefox (
    • Click on the tools menu on the top right-hand side of the Firefox screen.
    • Select “Options”.
    • Select “Privacy and Security”.
    • Under this option, Firefox allows Users to choose a personalised setting to manage their browsing and history.
  • Google Chrome (
    • Click on the menu in the top right-hand corner of the tool bar.
    • Select “Settings”.
    • Select “Advanced”.
    • In the “Privacy and security” section, click on “Content settings”.
    • Under “Cookies” you can select the options required.
  • Safari (
    • Under the settings menu select “Preferences”.
    • Click on the "Privacy" tab.
    • Select the option you require from the “block cookies” section.
    • Remember that the full functionality of the Website and some of its functions may not be available after cookies have been disabled.

If you do not wish to be tracked by cookies, Google has developed an add-on which can be installed in your browser and which can be downloaded at

5. Cookies on mobile devices

Everis also uses cookies and other storage mechanisms on mobile devices.

As with browsing programs for computers, the browsers installed on mobile devices allow you to make changes to your privacy settings in order to disable or remove cookies.

If you wish to modify your privacy options, please follow the instructions provided by the developer of your mobile device’s browser.

You can find instructions for modifying the privacy options for some mobile device browsers by clicking on the following links:

6. Accepting and rejecting cookies and changing cookie settings

You can click on “AGREE AND CLOSE” or continue browsing in order to agree to these cookies.

You can click on “CHANGE SETTINGS OR REJECT COOKIES” in order to change the cookie settings or reject cookies.

We hereby inform you that if you block or refuse to accept the installation of cookies, it is possible that some services may not be available without their use, or that you may not be able to access some services or benefit from all that this Website has to offer.