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Cookie policy

What are cookies?

This Website uses cookies when a user browses through it. Cookies are files sent to a browser via a web server that register user activities and allow more streamlined and personalized browsing.

Types of cookies

The types of cookies used by this website are as follows:

  • Own cookies: These cookies are sent to the user's computer equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor and that provides the service requested by the user.
  • Session cookies: This type of cookie is designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a website.
  • Third party cookies: These cookies are sent to the user's computer equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by another entity that processes the data obtained by the cookies.
  • Analysis cookies: These are cookies that may be processed by us or by a third party. They allow us to determine the number of users so we can perform a statistical analysis on how the users make use of the service provided.

Revocation and elimination of cookies As a user, you can set up your browser to prevent the entry of cookies, block them or eliminate them, if necessary. If the user decides to block the cookies, BLS cannot guarantee that the services provided by this Website will function correctly.

The steps to access the cookies setup menus in the most common browsers are:

  • Internet Explorer: Tools →Internet options →Privacy →Settings
  • Google Chrome: Settings →Show advanced options →Privacy →Content settings
  • Firefox: Tools →Options →Privacy →History →Custom settings
  • Safari: Preferences →Security

For more information, consult the help area of your browser. Cookies The specific list of cookies used by this Website is as follows:

Name Company/Third-party Purpose Description of the purpose More information regarding the use of cookies
SESSddcd3deb2c716f39da27b23697d3521b
Expires: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:48:09 GMT
Secure: NO
HttpOnly: NO
       
__utma
Secure: NO
HttpOnly: NO
Google Analitics Used to distinguish users and sessions.
The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance.
This cookie must be set mandatorily for Google Analytics to run properly; it is a persistent cookie that expires after 2 years. Default expiry: 2 years after start of session
__utmb
Secure: NO
HttpOnly: NO
Google Analitics Used to discover new sessions / visits.
The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance.
This cookie is used to find out how long the user spends in the website and the number of web pages visited; in other words, how long the visits or visit sessions last. By default, this cookie expires after 30 minutes, although this time period can be changed by setting the setSessionCookieTimeout variable to any time we want, with the time in milliseconds. Default expiry: 30 minutes after session start
__utmc
Secure: NO
HttpOnly: NO
Google Analitics This cookie is used together with __utmb to find out whether a new session is established for the user.
The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance.
This cookie expires when the browser is closed. Therefore, if the user accesses and this cookie is not present, a new session has to be started. This cookie expires at the end of the session
__utmz
Secure: NO
HttpOnly: NO
Google Analitics This cookie is used to attribute the visit; in other words, to find out from where and how the user has reached our website.
The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance.
The default duration of this cookie is 6 months, which can be changed using the _setCampaignCookieTimeout function, with the time in milliseconds. Default expiry: 6 months after session start
_ga
Secure: NO
HttpOnly: NO
Google Universal Analytics This cookie is used to distinguish single users by assigning a random number to identify the customer The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance. It is included in each page request of a website and used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data for website analysis reports. By default, this cookie is set to expire after 2 years although this can be customized by the website owners Default expiry: 2 years after start of session
has_js
Secure: NO
HttpOnly: NO
Drupal This cookie indicates when the visitor has JavaScript enabled.
The main purpose of this cookie is: Functionality
It is commonly associated with the Drupal content management system. Drupal uses this cookie to indicate whether the visitor has JavaScript enabled This cookie expires at the end of the session

Updates and changes in cookies policy

BLS reserves the right to change this Cookies Policy depending on legal requirements and therefore recommends that users refer to this Policy on a regular basis