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This information is used for statistical analysis purposes only, and the information is then permanently deleted. You can delete cookies from your computer at any time. However, cookies help to provide a better service for websites. Cookies do not access information from your computer or from you, unless you allow it and provide it directly during your visit to a web page. You can accept or deny the use of cookies, however, most browsers automatically accept cookies, as it serves to have a better web service. You can also change the settings on your computer to not allow the use of cookies. In that case, you may not be able to use some of our services.

There is no specific law on cookies, but the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies. In any case, a message should be displayed informing that this website uses cookies. In addition, these should not be activated until the user explicitly accepts the message, or implicitly, by scrolling down the page.