Use of cookies

Cookies are small data storage and retrieval devices that are installed on the user's computer and allow the delivery of concrete services through the website. These are essential elements nowadays in the functioning of the Internet.
The creation of the current cookies policy obeys the need to implement a system on which the user is fully aware of the installation and use of cookies, as well as knowing the destination and use of its browsing data, which can range from a few kilobytes to Several megabytes.
In addition to those cookies strictly required for web browsing, Impactwave uses cookies and tracking files, whose use allows, in addition to facilitating and allowing users to navigate, collect statistical data such as: date of the first visit, number of times visited Our site, date of the last visit, URL and domain of origin comes from, browser used, screen resolution and user navigation behavior, which can be either own or third. In particular, the following are used:
Google Analytics Cookies (third-party cookies), service provided by Google, Inc., whose principal office is located at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States ('Google'). The information generated by the cookie (including the IP address) will be directly transmitted and archived by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information in accordance with its Privacy Policy.
Own cookies, whose sole purpose is to be able to analyze the behavior, preferences and tastes of the users of the website. In any case, you will also take into account the Privacy Policy published on this website.
The cookies will not be installed on your computer until you manifest your desire to browse the web by clicking on any connection point of the same.
You can at any time prevent the production and installation of cookies, using the specific applications created for this purpose or the corresponding selection in your browser:

However, we are not responsible if the deactivation of them prevents the proper functioning of the page.