- What are cookies?
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- The following is a list of proprietary and third-party cookies
|icl_current_language||Proprietary||Preference||Saves your language preference.|
|__utmz||Google Inc.||Analytics||Records whether the visitor has come from a search engine (and, if so, the search keyword used), a link, or from no previous page.|
|__utma||Google Inc.||Analytics||Stores the number of visits (by each visitor), the length of the first visit and the current visit.|
|__utmb y __utmc||Google Inc.||Analytics||Used to check approximately how fast people leave the website: when a visit starts and when it approximately ends.|
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- Ventura Garcés & López-Ibor reserves the right to modify or update this Cookies Policy as the result of changes in legislation or case law, or interpretative changes by regulatory bodies.