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2.- What types of cookies does this website use?
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5.- Update of the Cookies Policy
iWebwire will update this policy when necessary, either because it is required by regulations or because it deletes or uses new cookies. Any modification of these conditions will be published on this website.
From the moment in which the new conditions are made known and available to the user through the publication before said, the new cookie policies will be applicable, automatically replacing those previously published.