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Use of Cookies

Moskis, on its own account or that of a third party contracted to provide measurement services, may use cookies when a user browses the Web. Cookies are files sent to the browser by a web server in order to record the user's activities during their browsing time.

Through the use of cookies it is possible for the server to determine where the Web is located, recognize the web browser used by the user in order to make navigation easier, allowing, for example, access to users who have previously registered, access to areas, services, promotions or competitions reserved exclusively for them. They are also used to measure the audience and traffic parameters, monitor progress and number of entries.

Cookie Usage Safeguards

The cookies used by the Web site are only associated with anonymous users and their computer and do not themselves provide personal data about users.

The cookies used on the Web are, in any case, temporary, for the sole purpose of making more efficient onward transmission. None of the cookies used on the Web will be valid for more than two years.

Users have the ability to configure their browser to be notified of the receipt of cookies and to prevent their installation on their computer.

By deleting or disabling Moskis cookies, the user may not be able to access certain features of the Web.

To use the Web, it is not necessary that users allow the installation of cookies, notwithstanding that it is necessary that they log in as such in each of the services whose provision requires prior registration or login.

Links to other websites

The Website may contain links to other websites with privacy policies that differ from those of Moskis. In this regard, Moskis is not responsible for the content or practices of linked sites. Moskis recommends that Web users review the privacy policy of any website they may access through

Processing of IP addresses

Web servers will be able to automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by users.

An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet. This information allows the subsequent processing of the data in order to obtain only statistical measurements that allow us to know the number of visits made to the Web, the order of visits, the access point, etc.

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