What are cookies?
Cookies are small files of data that are received in the terminal from the visited website and are used to register certain interactions of the navigation in a web site storing data that can be updated and recovered.
These files are stored on the user’s computer and contain anonymous data that is not harmful to your computer. They are used to remember user preferences, such as the selected language, access data, or personalization of the page.
Cookies can also be used to register anonymous information about how the visitor uses the site. For example, from which web page you have accessed or if you have used a banner to reach it.
What use do we give to different types of cookies?
- According to its purpose:
- Technical cookies
The technical cookies are those essential and strictly necessary for the correct functioning of a website and the use of the different options and services it offers. For example, those that serve for session maintenance, response time management, performance or validation of options, use of security features, sharing of content with social networks, etc.
- or customization cookies
These cookies allow the user to specify or customize some features of the general options of the web page. For example, define the language, the regional configuration, or the browser type.
- Analytical Cookies
Analytical cookies are those used by our web portals to develop navigation profiles and to know user preferences in order to improve the offer of products and services. For example, through an analytical cookie, the most interesting geographic areas of a user would be controlled, which is the most accepted product, etc.
- or advertising / advertising cookies
Advertising cookies allow the management of advertising spaces according to specific criteria. For example, the frequency of access, the content edited, etc. Advertising cookies allow, through the management of advertising, to store behavioral information through the observation of habits, studying the accesses and forming a profile of user preferences, to offer advertising related to them interests of your profile
- Second term:
- Session cookies
Session cookies are those that last for as long as the user is browsing the web page and they are deleted when they just do so.
- or persistent cookies
These cookies are stored in the user’s terminal for a longer time, thus facilitating the control of the chosen preferences without having to repeat certain parameters every time the website is visited.
This website may also have links to social networks (such as Facebook or Twitter). Cadi does not control the cookies used by these external websites. For more information about cookies from social networks or other foreign websites, we recommend that you review your own cookies policies.
The cookies used in this site are:
|_ga_*.micsantjordi.org||Google Analytics||This cookie is set to store and count page views.||1 year 1 month 4 days||Analytics|
|_ga.micsantjordi.org||Google Analytics||This cookie is set to calculate visitor, session, and campaign data and track site usage for the site’s analytics report. The cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.||1 year 1 month 4 days||Analytics|
|wp-wpml_current_language||www.micsantjordi.org||WordPress multilingual plugin sets this cookie to store the current language/language settings.||Session||Functional|
How to manage cookies
- Cookies settings on: Chrome
- Cookies settings on: Explorer
- Cookies settings on: Firefox
- Cookies settings on: Safari
These browsers are subject to updates or modifications, so we can not guarantee that they fully conform to the version of your browser. You may also use another minor browser not contemplated in these links. To avoid these mismatches, you can access directly from the options of your browser that is usually found in the Options menu, in the “Privacy” section.
If you need more information about the cookies directive, please consult the Official State Gazette published on March 31, 2012 (for Spain), which transposes the directives in the area of electronic communications