Cookies Policy

  1. Cookies usage.
  2. Cookie types, purpose and functionality.
  3. How to disable cookies in the most used browsers.
  4. What happens if cookies are disabled.
  5. Changes in the cookie policy. web’s cookie usage

Viafirma’s web uses cookies. Cookies are files sent to the browser through a web server in order to register the User’s activity in a website or in a service from Viafirma. Cookies are used to quicken the access to determinate services and customise the offers that appear in the web according to the User’s usual choices and preferences using the services.

Cookies are assigned to an anonymous user and computer and they do not collect personal data. The user can configure their browser to not allow the installation of cookies from Viafirma’s websites and still be able to access the services, although the user may feel a drop in speed and functioning quality or may be unable to use one of the website’s services. web’s cookie types, purpose and functionality

Cookie classification depending on their duration:

  • “Session cookies” or “persistent cookies”: the first ones are deleted when the browser is closed, whereas the second ones remain in the computer.
  • “First party cookies” o “Third parties cookies”:  If they are provided by the website, or a third party.

Cookie classification depending on their purpose:

  • User input cookies or session cookie: used for logins, shopping carts, etc.
  • Authentication cookies: they identify the user when logging the system.
  • User centric security cookies: cookies aimed to increase the security of a service requested by the user, for example, managing security when logins into a registry system.
  • Multimedia Player session cookies (Flash Cookies): used to store technical details which are necessary to play video or audio (like image quality or network speed).
  • Load balancing session cookies: these cookies only store information about attachment points (technical nature cookies).
  • UI customization cookies: Frequently used to customize the website’s appearance (language, etc).
  • Social plug-in content sharing cookies: social media usually have “plug-in modules” that website owners may integrate into their platforms so users can share contents with their contacts. These plug-ins imply the installation of cookies on users’ computers.
  • Third party advertising: cookies used for marketing networks of third parties.
  • Cookies analysis: Used to generate statistics on visitor flows, web browsing patterns, etc.

For this, this website currently uses:

Cookie name

First or third party


Expiration date

 Access to personal data

Cookie type


3rd wordpress

multi-language wordpress plugin

No expiration date






cookies approval wordpress plugin

No expiration date






contents valuation plugin

No expiration date



How to disable cookies in the main browsers?

You can enable or disable cookies in your browser settings. The browser will ask you to refuse the setup of all or some cookies.

Here are the links to disable cookies from the main web browsers:

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Apple Safari

Internet Explorer

What happens when cookies are disabled

If you reject cookies, you still will be able to use our website, but some services or links may stop working, besides we will not be able to obtain valuable information from you in order to help you find contents according to your interests and help you accessing these contents easier and faster.

Changes in cookie policy

Viafirma website can edit this cookie policy for adding new cookies as new contents we may offer or to comply with regulations demands that require to implement modifications. For this reason, we recommend users to check the cookie policy before visiting the site.