INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES
Due to the entry into force of the reference modification of the “Law of Services of the Information Society” (LSSICE) established by Royal Decree 13/2012, it is mandatory to obtain the express consent of the user of all web pages that they use dispensable cookies, before it navigates through them.
“Cookies” allow Internet-related service providers to store and retrieve data about users stored on their computers.
When technically possible and effective, the consent of the recipient to accept the processing of the data may be provided through the configuration of the Internet browser (or other application) that is being used.
The foregoing shall not prevent the possible storage or access of a technical nature for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network or, insofar as it is strictly necessary, for the provision of a service of the company of the information expressly requested by the recipient. Ex: _, authentication cookies to identify the user once registered, or the shopping cart on an internet page where the items we are buying are stored before proceeding to the final payment.
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are tools used on Web sites to :, ensure the proper functioning of the site and store and retrieve information from its visitors.
Through the use of these tools, the Web server will be able to remember some data concerning the user, their preferences for viewing their pages, names, passwords, products that are most interesting, shopping carts, etc.
CLASSIFICATION AND TYPES OF COOKIES
They are those that allow the user to navigate through the website or application and use the different options or services that exist in it. For example, controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted access web parts, remembering the elements that make up an order, making a request for registration or participation in an event, using security elements during the browsing and storing content for broadcasting videos or sound
They are those that allow the monitoring and analysis of user behavior on websites. The information collected through this type of ‘cookies’ is used to measure the activity of the websites, application or platform and for the preparation of navigation profiles of the users of said sites, in order to introduce improvements in the service based on the usage data made by users.
They are those that allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics predefined in their terminal or that the user defines. For example, the language, the type of browser through which you access the service, the selected content design, the geolocation of the terminal and the regional configuration from where the service is accessed.
Those necessary to link the website with your social networks
Advertising cookies and preferences:
They are those that allow the effective management of the advertising spaces that have been included in the web page or application from which the service is provided. They allow the content of the advertising to be adapted so that it is relevant to the user and to avoid showing ads that the user has already seen
They allow knowing where visits to the website come from
On some web pages you can install third-party ‘cookies’ that allow you to manage and improve the services offered. For example, statistical services from Google Analytics and Comscore
Depending on their durability, they can be:
Its validity expires when you close the browser
Its validity can be variable, once they have fulfilled the objective that motivated their installation or when the user proceeds to its manual deletion.
COOKIES AFFECTED BY THE REGULATIONS AND EXCEPTED COOKIES
According to the EU directive, the cookies that require the express and informed consent of the user are analytical, advertising and affiliation cookies.
Those that are technical and necessary for the operation of the website or the provision of services expressly requested by the user are excepted.
HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES IN THE BROWSER
The user has the option of allowing, blocking or eliminating the ‘cookies’ installed on their computer by configuring the browser options installed on their terminal:
To adjust the permissions related to ‘cookies’ in the Google Chrome browser :
- Click on the menu located on the toolbar.
- Click on the menu located on the toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click Show advanced options.
- In the ‘Privacy’ section click on the Content Settings button.
- In the ‘Cookies’ section you can configure the options.
- More information about Google Chrome
To adjust the permissions related to cookies in the Mozilla Firefox browser :
- In the upper part of the Firefox window, click on the Tools menu.
- Select Options.
- Select the Privacy panel.
- In the Firefox option you can choose Use a custom configuration for the history to configure the options.
- More information about Mozilla Firefox
To adjust the permissions related to ‘cookies’ in the Internet Explorer 9 browser :
- In the upper part of the Internet Explorer window, click on the Tools menu.
- Select the Security tab and use the Delete browsing history option to delete the ‘cookies’. Activate the ‘Cookies’ box and then click Delete.
- Select the Security tab and access Settings.
- Move the slider all the way up to block all ‘cookies’ or all the way down to allow all ‘cookies’. After that, click OK.
- More information about Internet Explorer
If you block the use of ‘cookies’ in your browser, it is possible that some services or functionalities of the website are not available.
In some browsers, specific rules can be configured to manage ‘cookies’ per website, which offers more precise control over privacy. This means that ‘cookies’ can be disabled from all sites except those that are trusted.
In any case, the user must be aware that deactivating cookies may hinder or prevent access to certain sections of the Website, or it may degrade their browsing experience.
|APISID||When creating or logging into a Google account, cookies are stored in order to remain connected to that Google account when visiting its services again.||2 years|
|CONSENT||Used for the consent of Google services.||Permanent|
|HSID||When creating or logging into a Google account, cookies are stored in order to remain connected to that Google account when visiting its services again.||2 years|
|NID||This cookie is used by Google to store user preferences and information when viewing the pages with Google maps.||6 months|
|OGP||This cookie is used by Google to provide services and extract anonymous information about browsing.||1 month|
|SID||When creating or logging into a Google account, cookies are stored in order to remain connected to that Google account when visiting its services again.||2 years|
|SIDCC||This cookie is used by Google to provide services and extract anonymous information about browsing.||3 months|
|OTZ||It is used to personalize the ads that are displayed on Google services.||Session|
|SAPISID||These cookies are used by Google to store user preferences and information while viewing the pages with Google maps on them.||2 years|
|_gat_norec||Cookies used by Google Analytics that contain an anonymous identifier used to distinguish users.||Session|
|_gat_rec||Cookies used by Google Analytics that contain an anonymous identifier used to distinguish users.||Session|
|1P_JAR||Data analysis.||1 month|
|bku||Records anonymous user data, such as their IP address, geographic location, visited websites and which ads the user has clicked on, with the purpose of optimizing the display of ads based on the user’s movement on websites that use the same advertising network. .||Addthis||6 months|
|loc||Geolocation, which is used to help providers determine where users who share information with each other are geographically located (at the state level).||Addthis||1 year|
|mus||It allows visitors to our website to share their content on social networks.||Addthis||1 year|
|na_id||Inner workings of AddThis.||Addthis||2 years|
|na_tc||Inner workings of AddThis.||Addthis||2 years|
|ouid||These cookies are for advertising purposes. They contain a unique randomly generated value that enables the Platform to distinguish browsers and devices. This information is used to measure the performance of the advertisements and provide recommendations regarding products based on statistical data.||Addthis||Session|
|uid||It allows websites and their users to easily share content with others, through sharing icons and social bookmarking destinations. AddThis cookies are used in order to enable content to be shared. AddThis is also used to collect information on how website content is shared.||Addthis||2 months|
|uvc||It allows websites and their users to easily share content with others, through sharing icons and social bookmarking destinations. AddThis cookies are used in order to enable content to be shared. AddThis is also used to collect information on how website content is shared.||Addthis||2 years|
|_ga||It is used to distinguish users.||2 years|
|_gid||It is used to distinguish users.||24 hours|
|1P_JAR||Transfer data to google.||1 week|
|AID, TAID||These cookies can also be used on other Google properties (eg YouTube) to show you more relevant ads. If you previously accessed your Google account on another device, cookies called “AID”, “DSID” and “TAID” are also used to link your activity on different devices, coordinate the ads you see on them, and measure conversion events. If you don’t want the ads you view to sync across your different devices, you can disable ad personalization in Ad Settings. Other cookies called DSID, FLC, AID, TAID and exchange_uid are used. Other Google Properties, such as YouTube, may also use these cookies to display more relevant ads.||2 years|
|_gat||Used to limit the percentage of requests. If you have implemented Google Analytics through Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be called _dc_gtm_ <property-id>.||1 minute|
|act||Cookies necessary for the Facebook social plugin.||Until the end of the session|
|c_user||Cookies necessary for the Facebook social plugin.||Up to 5 months|
|datr||It checks at each login if the user account is being used fraudulently by a third party. Facebook also uses the DATR cookie for other security systems that are not activated by default, for example, login approval or known devices.||2 years|
|fr||This is Facebook’s primary advertising cookie. It is used to serve, analyze and improve the relevance of ads.||Up to 5 months|
|Pl||Cookies necessary for the Facebook social plugin.||Up to 4 months|
|Presence||Necessary for the Facebook social plugin.||Until the end of the session|
|Sb||Cookies necessary for the Facebook social plugin.||Up to 2 months|
|Wd||Cookies necessary for the Facebook social plugin.||Up to 1 week|
|xs||Cookies necessary for the Facebook social plugin.||Up to 5 months|
|locale||This cookie contains the regional display settings of the last user connected to this browser. This cookie appears to be set only when the user logs out.||Until the end of the session|
|cc_cookie_accept||It is used to check if the visitor accepts cookies.|
|cc_cookie_decline||To see if it declines.|
|DS_DAYVO_LIKES||To check if a person has already given the Dayvo CMS ‘like’ to an element.|
|ASPXAUT||It is used to store a unique identifier for the session.||ASP.NET|
|ASP.NET_SessionI||It is used to store a unique identifier for the session.||ASP.NET|
|_RequestVerificationToken||From the use of AntiForgeryToken which is used to prevent Cross-Site forgery request attacks||CSRF|
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Type: Third Party Analytics
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Type: Third Party Analytics