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What are cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user's web browser while the user is browsing that website, allowing it to query previous activity (Wikipedia).

More about cookies:
Technical document explaining cookies.

Blocking and deleting cookies

Web browsers can be configured in different ways to deal with cookies, allowing users to reject them or delete them after browsing. Check your browser's help files for further information on how to change the settings, or contact the developer.

In any case, here you can find instructions for the most popular desktop and mobile browsers.
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari.
IOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone.

Please remember that restricting or blocking cookies from this website may result in loss of functions or in some of the services not being available.

Cookies used by Olmix

Our web cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and your computer. These cookies will never be used to provide or collect personal data.

Google Analytics cookies (_ga, _gat, _gid). These cookies are used by Google Analytics to collect different information about user navigation at our site. For example, visitor location, visit details (time, page views, etc). Apart from blocking these cookies in the browser, users can also use this Google add-on to disable Google Analytics whilst browsing.

Web platform technical cookies (cookie-agreed-es, has_js, Drupal.tableDrag.showWeight, Drupal.toolbar.collapsed). These cookies are used by the page so it can be visited.

Cookie Google (NID). This is a unique identifier used by Google applications to store information about user preferences.

Cookies Addthis (__unam, __uset, __stid). These cookies are used by the tool which allows users to share particular pages easily and these cookies remember options such as your preferences on which network (for example Facebook or Twitter) a particular user likes to share with. You can opt-out of this service on all websites that use addthis by following this link.

Cookie Twitter (guest_id). Twitter cookie appears on pages that use the button "Tweet" and serves to identify the user with a unique number associated with Twitter.

Cookies YouTube. YouTube cookies serve for sharing videos via YouTube, and remembering what videos you've seen.