Cookies Policy

What is a cookie?

This website uses its own and third-party cookies to enhance the user’s experience. A cookie is a small file that stores information and is downloaded to your computer for various purposes when you visit the website: saving browser preferences, compiling statistical data, enabling technical features, etc. Cookies can be first- or third-party, depending on the body that manages the domain from which they are sent and where the data collected is processed.

Which cookies does the CCCB use?

Here we list the cookies used at, along with a description of their functions.

Google Analytics
_ga, _gat, _gat_UA-5823913-25
We use Google Analytics to analyse statistics of use, browser routes and interactions on the website. This information offers us a more precise understanding of individual behaviours and needs. These cookies are served by Google Analytics to collect information about the user’s navigation of our website: details about the visit (time, pages seen, etc.), visitor location. As well as blocking these cookies by means of the browser, users can utilize this complement provided by Google to deactivate the Google Analytics service during their visit.

__gads, __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmt_player, __utmv, __utmz, _abexps, _ceg.s, _ceg.u, _ga, clips, continuous_play_v2, continuous_play_v2, has_logged_in, optimizelyBuckets, optimizelyEndUserId, optimizelySegments, player, site_settings, stats_end_date, stats_start_date, vimeo, vuid
These cookies are served by Vimeo when one of its videos is uploaded to the website. Some of the cookies are only used if certain functions or preferences are activated, others are used in every case. You’ll find more information about each cookie in this list.

This cookie is set by the UK cookie consent plugin. This cookie shows that the user has accepted the website’s cookie notice so as not to show it again on future visits.

This cookie is set by qTranslate, a WordPress plugin used to enable multilingual support on the website. It checks that the cookies are enabled to store language preferences.

optimizelySegments, optimizelyEndUserId, optimizelyBuckets
We use this cookie to track user navigation of specific content and pages.
PX_PxcelPage, __stid, __unam, __uset
We use to share the website’s pages in social networks and email. cookies are used to compile information about how users use functions.
Most Google users have this preference cookie in their browser. It contains an ID that Google uses to remember preferences and other data, such as language of choice, number of search results to show per page and whether you want Google’s SafeSearch filter to be activated.


Can I disable or eliminate cookies?

In line with the legislation in force, Users may change their settings for the use of cookies at any time, and may allow, enable, disable, block or eliminate the cookies stored on their computer. To do so, it is necessary to modify the settings for the options of the browser installed on your computer. Below we provide the links of the different browsers, through which these settings can be modified:


If you do not accept cookies, it is possible that the website will not function correctly.