Cookies policy

When someone visits www.mundiplus.com, we store information about your website usage habits, which allows us to find out the number of visits that the different sections of the page have, among other things. These data are obtained in a totally anonymous and transparent way for the user. If in any case Mundiplus would like to obtain personal information from its visitors, it will be clearly known and will explain to them for what purpose.

Use of cookies by Mundiplus

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device by the web pages you visit. Cookies help these web pages work more efficiently and also provide important information to the owners of them.

The following table details the cookies we use and what they are for.

Cookie First name Description Own or others Purpose
Session cookies Random characters These cookies remain active while the browser is open. These cookies are generated by Mundiplus. These cookies allow us to identify user sessions between the different pages of the site.
EU Cookie Consent mundiplus_cn This cookie lasts 12 months. This cookie is generated by Mundiplus. This cookie is used to know if the user has accepted the EU cookies policy.
Google Analytics _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz __utma is a persistent cookie. __utmb and __utmc last a maximum of 30 minutes. __utmz is persistent and lasts 6 months. These are third-party cookies that allow us to use the Google Analytics service. These cookies are used to obtain information about how visitors use our website. We use this information for statistical purposes and to improve the site. The information is obtained completely anonymously, including the number of visitors, where they come from, and what sections they have visited.
Google Maps SID, SAPISID, APISID, SSID, HSID, NID, PREF The expiration of these cookies ranges from 6 months to, at most, 2 years. These are third-party cookies that allow us to use the Google Maps service. These cookies are used to collect information about the number of Google Maps users and their behavior.
Last update:
May 25, 2019