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Cookies policy

Similar to other websites, our site uses technology called "cookies" and server logs to collect information about how users use the site. Cookies are browser components that enable the user recognition by the server. Cookies are small pieces of information that the user's browser stores on the hard drive of the latter. The information gathered through cookies may include the date and time of visits, page views, and time of each visit.

The user will have the option to disable the use of cookies on your computer, indicating this in the preferences or options menu of your browser. However, it is possible that some sections of our website may not work correctly if cookies are disabled. We recommend you consult the instructions own browser for any technical issues concerning the deactivation of cookies.

Third Party Services: This site may get to use services provided by third parties, such as "Google Analytics", in order to assist the provision of our services and to help us understand how the website is used by users always with the ultimate aim of providing better service. These services may collect information sent by a browser as part of a general requirement of the website, including IP address or cookies. The information gathered by third parties is anonymous, making it impossible to link these data to a natural or legal person.


How do we use the information collected?

The person linkable information is used to provide the user the content you have requested and, in some cases, to inform you of developments regarding programs, products, features or services. If you. Do not want to receive such notices and / or any other type of information from Thomson Reuters, it may send an email to addresses that can be found in the "Contact" section of the site or use the option " subscription "contained mails you receive.

The non-linkable information to the person will be used to gain a better understanding of the use of the website by users and visitors, which will result in benefit and ease of use by these. For example, we may use the information to improve the design and content of our web site or to analyze the programs and services we use.

This function may be performed with the help of others. In this case, agents, representatives, contractors and anyone who has access to the information in question shall be bound by Thomson Reuters protect data conforming to these terms.

Thomson Reuters will provide linkable information to the person when it is legally required to cooperate with judicial investigations and / or police to protect the non-authorized web site use and to protect the rights and safety of navigation of site visitors or the general public. In these cases, the information shall be provided exclusively for the purpose for which it was required.

Thomson Reuters shall not make public or share linkable information to the person in ways not provided for in these terms, without the prior permission of the user or visitor.