Cookies policy

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file that is downloaded into the user’s machine upon accessing certain websites in order to store and recover information about the browsing done from said machine.
According to current regulations, we must inform you that we use cookies so that you, as the user, can consent to our use of cookies. If you are browsing on our website, said action will imply acceptance of the use of cookies.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, you may at any time use the cookies as set out in this document.
In most cases, deactivating the cookies will not prevent you using the website. However, according to the type of cookie deactivated, the functionality of the website and of our service will be limited or even prevented for certain functions or actions.
What cookies are used on this website?
Session cookies
Session cookies allow users to be recognised on the website such that any change the user makes, article they select or datum they enter is remembered from one page to the next within the website.
These types of cookies are eliminated from the hard disk when you close your browser.

Our website uses retargeting technologies. Once the user has accessed our website and taken an interest in our services, this tool allows us to show advertisements for our services on associated third-party websites (which are also visited by said users).
This advertising on third-party websites can be done by using cookies that store the access and use made by the user of our website. This type of advertising is done in a fully anonymised fashion (using pseudonyms).
The duration of these cookies is up to one year.

Web Analytics
This website allows the use of cookies of the “Google Analytics” tool, a web analytics service supplied by Google, Inc., a Delaware-registered company whose headquarters are at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, USA (“Google”), and which uses “cookies”. The information the cookie generates about the use of the website (including the IP address) will be directly transferred and stored by Google on the servers in the United States.
As Google states, Google Analytics is governed by Google’s general terms and conditions, which are available at and Google’s privacy policy, which is available at

What information is collected using cookies and what information does blarlo receive?
Google Analytics collects data about user interactions on the website (time of visit, whether the user has been to the site before, which site recommended the user visit the website in question, IP address, etc.).
Google Analytics gives Blarlo no information about the user’s actual IP address; it only provides Blarlo with statistical information regarding visits (unique visitors, number of visits, pages viewed, average duration of the visit, percentage of new visits, recurring visits, frequency, pages visited), demographic data (language, country, city) or system (browser, operating system, Internet access provider, type of device).

What is the purpose of using Google Analytics?
Google Analytics is Google’s free web analysis tool, which helps website owners to understand how visitors interact with their website. Google Analytics compiles information anonymously and, just like tracking footprints in the sand, it gives information about website trends without identifying individual visitors. Google Analytics uses its own cookie to monitor visitors’ interactions. The cookie is used to store information such as the time the current visit was made, whether the visitor has been on the site before and the site they came from. Google Analytics customers can access a variety of reports about how visitors interact with their websites, such that they can improve them and make them easier to locate.

How can I deactivate Google Analytics cookies?
At any time, the user can deactivate Google Analytics cookies as follows:
  1. By installing the Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on on their browser, which prevents Google Analytics from compiling information about their visits to websites; it is available at (Learn more about the Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on tool and other Google Analytics privacy information”
  2. Through the browser, as detailed below.
    Blarlo informs its users that (i) Google only collects information about the use of the website by our users through Google Analytics on its own behalf; at no point does Blarlo have access to such information (rather only to aggregate information that is not associated with any IP address); (ii) it is Google who determines the purpose of the processing and use of the information collected by Google Analytics at all times, as well as the operation and duration of the cookies; (iii) according to the information provided by Google, the user may prevent the collection of that information by setting their browser to reject the installation of cookies; and (iv) only countries in the European Union share - as a general rule - similar standards regarding cookies and protection of personal data.
    Blarlo cannot control nor will be held liable for the content of the veracity

Links to third-party websites (cookies)
It is possible that the website contains links to other websites. Blarlo does not control nor will it be held liable for the cookies used by these external websites. For more information about the cookies of third-party websites, we recommend you read their cookie policy.
How can I deactivate the cookies?
The user may restrict, block or erase the cookies from the website through their browser. Each browser works differently; below are links to the main browsers explaining how to make these changes: Chrome, at Explorer, at Firefox, at Safari, at or