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Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy

 

What are cookies?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded into a computer while accessing to determinate websites. Cookies help the website, above many things, to store and recover information on the habits of navigation of a specific User or his computer and, depending on  the information that they contain and the way the computer is used, they can be used in order to recognize the User.

Which types of cookies uses this website?

We use cookies and other similar mechanisms. Cookies are files sent to a browser through a web server in order to register the activities of the User in a determinate website, in all the webs, apps and/or services of UNDATIA. The first purpose of the cookies is to facilitate a faster access to the services selected by the User. Moreover, cookies personalize the services and advertisements, facilitating and offering to each User information more concrete that can be of his interest, in attention to the navigation through the web and its services.

This website use cookies to personalize and facilitate the navigation the most. The cookies associate in an anonymous way only and don't provide references that may allow to deduce personal data. Each User can configure the browser to know and refuse the cookies of UNDATIA, without prejudicing the possibility to access into the contents, however, the quality of the navigation may be reduced.

Typology, purpose and operation of the cookies in UNDATIA:

Cookies specific of UNDATIA

HOST NAME DESCRIPTION
Undatia.es ci_session System cookie
Undatia.es PHPSESSID System cookie
Undatia.es accCookie System cookie
google.es _ga Third's analytic cookies

ANALYTICAL COOKIES:

Every time a User visits UNDATIA, an external tool (specifically of Google and similar) generate a cookies analytical in the computer of the User. This cookie is only generated during the first visit and it will be used to identify with an anonymous way the visitant in the next visits. The main aims it pursues are:

• It allows identifying with an anonymous way the Users. It identifies any browser or other not human devices in order to count the number of visitors and the visiting time.

• Identify with an anonymous way the most visited contents and therefore more attractive to the User.

• To know if it's a new User or if it's a repeated visit.

Important: this cookie isn't associated to identifying personal data. The purposes are of statistical types and help to the optimization of the experience of the Users in the website.

• Google analytics: http://www.google.es/intl/es/analytics/privacyoverview.html

ADVERTISMENT COOKIES:

This type of cookies allows expanding the information of those advertisements showed to each anonymous User in the services of the website. Among others, it stores the length or the frequency of visualization of advertising positions, the interaction with them, or the navigation patterns and/or behaviors of the User since they help to conform a profile of advertising interest. Furthermore, they offer affine advertising to the interests of the User.

How to disable the Cookies in the main browsers?

Usually it is possible to renounce to accept the cookies of a browser, or to reject to accept the cookies of a specific Service.

All the modern browsers allow changing the configuration of cookies. These adjustments can usually be found in the 'options' or 'Preferences' menu of the browser. Likewise, you can configure your browser or your email administrator as well as install free apps in order to avoid the downloading of Web Bugs when opening an email.

We offer you orientation on the steps to access to the menu of configuration of the cookies and, in case you need it, of the private navigation in each one of the main browsers:

• Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options-> Privacy -> Configuration.

• Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Personalized Configuration.

• Chrome: Configuration -> Show advanced options-> Privacy -> Configuration of the content.

• Safari: Preferences -> Security.

What happens if you disable the cookies?

Some of the Services functionalities will remain disabled such as remaining identified and receiving information related to your location.

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We use cookies of our own and from others to improve our service and generate statistical information.

If you continue surfing, you accept their use and installation.