Cookies policy

The Dominion uses automatic collection procedures (Cookies) to collect personal information such as the type of browser or operating system, referring page, route, ISP (Internet Provider) domain, etc. all this in order to improve the services provided. Cookies help us adapt this website to your personal needs.

A “Cookie” is a small file that is stored on the user's computer and allows us to recognize the user. The set of “cookies” helps us improve the quality of our website, thus allowing us to personalize to a certain extent each user's navigation through our website. Cookies are currently essential for the functioning of the Internet, providing innumerable advantages in the provision of interactive services, facilitating the navigation and usability of our website. 

Please note that cookies cannot harm your computer and that, in return, when they are activated they help us identify and resolve errors and improve the navigability of our site. 

Type of cookies:

For more user information about the type and use of cookies, we inform you that:

  • From the point of view cookie 'lifetime' (time that the cookie remains active on our computer) we can differentiate cookies between:
  1. Session cookies: They are temporary cookies that remain in your browser's cookie file until you leave the website, so none are recorded on the user's hard drive. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyze traffic patterns on the web. Ultimately, this allows us to provide a better experience by improving the content and making it easier to use. 
  2. Persistent cookies: They are stored on the hard drive and our website reads them every time you visit again. A permanent cookie has a specific expiration date. The cookie will stop working after that date. We use them, generally, to facilitate the user experience by remembering their browsing habits or, where appropriate, to facilitate purchase and/or registration services.
  • From the point of view of the purpose of each cookie, we can differentiate between:
  1. Technical Cookies: are those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and the use of the different options or services that exist therein, including those that the editor uses to allow the management and operation of the web page and enable its functions and services. 

Technical cookies, provided they correspond to any of the following profiles, will be exempt from compliance with the obligations established in article 22.2 of the LSSI* (that is, obtaining consent for its installation and use through the existence of a warning banner, cookie policy):

  • “User input” cookies
  • Authentication or user identification cookies (session only)
  • User security cookies
  • Media player session cookies
  • Session cookies for load balancing
  • User interface customization cookies
  • Plug-in cookies to exchange social content

* according to the EU Working Group of Experts, in Article 29 of its Opinion 4/2012

  1. Preference or personalization cookies: are those that allow the user to remember information so that the user can access the service with certain characteristics that can differentiate their experience from that of other users, such as, for example, the language, the number of results to be displayed when the user performs a search, the appearance or content of the service depending on the type of browser through which the user accesses the service or the region from which the user accesses the service, etc.

If it is the user themselves who chooses these characteristics (for example, if they select the language of a website by clicking on the flag icon of the corresponding country), cookies will be exempt from the obligations of article 22.2 of the LSSI because they are considered a service. expressly requested by the user, and this as long as the cookies serve exclusively the selected purpose.

  1. Analysis or measurement cookies: are those that allow the person responsible for them to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked, including the quantification of the impacts of the advertisements. The information collected through this type of cookies is used to measure the activity of the websites, application or platform, in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of the usage data made by users of the service. 
  1. Behavioral advertising cookies: are those that store information on user behavior obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows the development of a specific profile to display advertising based on it. 
  • Lastly, from the point of view of the entity that manages the cookies, we can differentiate between:
  1. Own cookies: are those that are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
  2. Third party cookies: are those that are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.

NEXT LIMIT SERVICES, SL. saves all information collected through Cookies in a non-personalized format (IP address). This type of information obtained through Cookies will not be revealed outside of NEXT LIMIT SERVICES, SL. except in those cases indicated in the 'List and description of cookies' section, nor used for unsolicited communications.

Adequate privacy – Cookie management:

The user can configure the permissions on the cookies used on our website at any time by accessing the cookie configuration panel.

Click on the “Manage cookies” button located at the bottom of the screen to manage cookie permissions.

If the user so wishes, the registration of cookies may be subject to acceptance during the installation or updating of the browser used. The user can revoke their acceptance at any time through the content and privacy configuration options available in each browser. However, if the user does not allow the installation of cookies in their browser, they may not be able to access some of the sections of our website.

For more information about the appropriate configuration of cookies and the activation, restriction and/or disabling options, you should go to the help section of your browser to learn more:

Many browsers allow you to activate a private mode through which cookies are always deleted after your visit. Depending on each browser, this private mode may have different names. Below you will find a list of the most common browsers and the different names of this “private mode”: 

  • Internet Explorer 8 and higher; InPrivate 
  • Safari 2 and above; Private Browsing 
  • Opera 10.5 and above; Private Browsing 
  • Fire Fox 3.5 and higher; Private Browsing 
  • Google Chrome 10 and higher; Incognito 
List and description of cookies:

The table that we publish below summarizes in a schematic way the cookies previously described and used on the website

Cookie name

Cookie domain (Own/third party)


(session, persistent)

Use of cookies (Purpose)



From third parties (Google)

Persistent, 2 years

Analytical cookies (Google Analytics): Stores the number of visits of each user, the time of the first visit, the previous visit, and the current visit


From third parties (Google)


Analytical cookies (Google Analytics): Used to check approximately how long you stay on a site


From third parties (Google) 


Analytical cookies (Google Analytics): Used to check approximately how long you stay on a site


From third parties (Google) 

Persistent, 6 months

Analytical cookies (Google Analytics): Sites a visitor came from (search engine, search keyword, link)


From third parties (Google) 

Persistent, 2 years

Analytical cookies (Google Analytics): Uses an anonymous identifier to distinguish anonymous users and perform analysis on user interactions in the application in order to optimize the services offered.


From third parties (Google) 

Session, 10 minutes from creation or modification

Analytical cookies (Google Analytics): Used to differentiate between the different tracking objects created in the session. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is loaded and there is no previous version of the _gat cookie. The cookie is updated each time you send data to Google Analytics.

These are examples (fill in with the cookies used

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