1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are received at the terminal from the website visited and used to record certain interactions browsing a Web site storing data that can be retrieved and updated. These files are stored on the user's computer and contain anonymous data that are not harmful to your computer. They are used to remember the user preferences such as preferred language, login or customization of the page.
Cookies can also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor uses a site. For example, from which website is accessed, or has used a "banner" advertising to reach.
· Cookie of Google ANALYTICS: Google ANALYTICS is a free service offered by Google Inc. and includes information about the web pages accessed, what time, what Web browser, etc. Later, this information is sent to Google's servers Inc. United States.
· Cookies application "Add-this": Add-this is a free service that lets you share pages of this website by different means (email, social networks, etc.). Add-this compiles statistical information about your browsing to provide advertising adapted to your browsing habits on this site or elsewhere.
3. What use do we give to the different types of cookies?
According to its purpose:
· Technical Cookies: techniques Cookies are essential and strictly necessary for the proper functioning of a website and the use of different options and services. For instance, the ones that serve to maintain the session management, response time, performance and validation options, use of security features, sharing with social networks, etc.
· Customization Cookies: These cookies allow the user to specify or customize some features of the settings on the website, for example, set the language, locale and browser type.
· Analytical Cookies: Analytical Cookies are used by our web portal, to develop navigation profiles and to know the user preferences to improve the range of products and services. For example, using a cookie analytic can control the geographical areas of interest to a user, which is the product of more acceptance, etc.
· Cookies publicity / advertising: advertising cookies allow the management of advertising space based on specific criteria. For example, the frequency of access, content editing, etc. Advertising Cookies allow through advertising management storing behaviour information through observing habits, student access and forming a profile of the user's preferences to provide advertisements about your interests profile.
According to its term:
· Session Cookies: Session cookies are those that last as long as the user is browsing the website and are deleted in the term.
· Persistent Cookies: These cookies are stored on the user's computer for a longer time, thus facilitating control of the preferences chosen without having to repeat certain parameters each time you visit the site.
These cookies have to comply with the General Regulation of Data Protection EU-2016/679 and the Organic Law on Data Protection and Guarantee of Digital Rights 3/2018 and the regulations of the Law of Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce
COOKIES IN USE:
|Used to establish user sessions
|Analytic. Unique user monitoring cookie
|Analytic. Unique user monitoring cookie
4. Why do we need your express consent to use them?
The ruling of 1 October 2019 The Grand Chamber or the European Court of Justice. The ruling of October the 1st 2019 The Grand Chamber or the European Court of Justice must be interpreted in the sense of that the consent is not given validly when the storage of the information or the access to the information already stored in the terminal equipment of the user in website Internet, through cookies is authorized through a checkbox ticked by default which the user must remove the mark in case of avoiding its use. In this sense the authorization must be based in an explicit acceptation or an equal rejection from the user and another of more information about the cookies exposed. This interpretation cannot change if the stored information or consulted in the user’s terminal of a place of Internet consists or not of personal data. The Grand Chamber or the European Court of Justice also disposes in this ruling that the information that the services provider must give to the user a website in Internet, must indicate the time during the cookies will remain active and the possibility of that third parts could access to the information in these stored. This requirement sets the modified version by the Directive 2009/136 that changes the article 5, part 3 of the Directive 2002/58 EU and by the Guide of the APEPD of July 2020.
If however, you decide to modify the configuration of your access to the website, you should know that it is possible to remove cookies or prevent you registering this information on your computer at any time by changing the settings on your browser:
These browsers are undergoing upgrades or modifications; we can not guarantee that they fit completely in the browser version. You may also use another browser is not contemplated in these links like Konqueror, Arora, Flock, etc. To avoid these imbalances, you can access directly from your browser options, which is usually the Options menu, in the section "Privacy." (Please see your browser's help for more information.)
5. Where can I get more information?