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Cookies our website uses
This website uses the following owned cookies:
- Session cookies. They allow us to authenticate and identify you, which means we can know you are you and not other attendant. That makes possible that you, for instance, access your private area, and send abstracts on your behalf. As you can see, this cookies are necessary for the purpose of the website and we can't disable them for you. If you use the website we assume you are ok with this.
This website uses the following third-party cookies:
- Google Analytics: They store cookies in order to make statistics about the website traffic. They use a set of cookies named “utma”, “utmb”, “utmc”, “utmz” y “utmv” in order to collect anonnymous information and make trend reports, but without identifying individual users. You can get more information about Google Analytics cookies in this link. Nevertheless, you can disable Google Analytics tracking by reopening the cookie warning and then clicking Refuse