- What are cookies?
- What types of cookies are used on this website?
- Consent and setup of cookies.
- Disabling or deleting cookies.
- More information.
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is an file downloaded onto the browser device when accessing certain websites. Cookies store and retrieve information when a user browses on a website. Generally speaking, cookies may be used for very different purposes, for example, recognising the user, obtaining information on the browser information data or personalising the way the contents of the website are displayed.
In addition to cookies, there are also other similar technologies which can perform the same functions.
2. What types of cookies are used on this website?
This FOMENTO DE SAN SEBASTIÁN website uses the following types of cookies:
Strictly necessary and technical cookies: these cookies are necessary for this website to function correctly and may not be disabled by means of the Cookies configuration panel of this website. Generally speaking, these types of cookies are configured automatically when accessing the website or when accessing or using certain services or functionalities. If these cookies are disabled, they may affect the proper functioning of this website.
Preference or personalisation cookies: these types of cookies allow recalling the features of the options selected by users and therefore differentiate their experience from that of other persons, such as language settings or the type of browser.
Analysis or measurement cookies: these types of cookies, also known as analytical, allow measuring the activity, uses and accesses to the different contents and services available in order to introduce improvements or new services.
Advertising and/or behavioural cookies: these store the behavioural information of users’ behaviour obtained by means of the continued observation of their browsing habits, allowing to develop a specific profile in order to display advertising on the basis of it.
The cookies that exist on this website classified as own or third-party are described below:
Those sent to the user’s terminal device from a computer or domain and managed by the Website manager.
|53740fb717838e908d63a14f3ce4108a||This Cookie is memorised and is only valid during the time that an active session lasts. It does not permanently record any information on the hard disc of your computer, tablet or mobile device.||Technical cookie||End of the session|
|cpnb_cookiesSettings||This Cookie is stored to check which Cookie categories are accepted or rejected (for example, Analytical Cookies, Targeted Advertising Cookies, etc.).||Technical cookie||1 year|
Those sent to the user’s terminal device from a computer or domain not managed by FOMENTO DE SAN SEBASTIÁN, but by another entity which processes the data obtained by means of cookies:
|_ga||It is used to distinguish users.||Analytics (Google)||2 year|
|_ga_[ID]||It is used to maintain the session status.It is used to maintain the session status.||Analytics (Google)||2 year|
|It measures the video reproductions viewed by the user and records “Like” or “Share video” events.||Analytics (Youtube)||End of the session|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||It monitors the videos visited that are embedded in the web page.||Analytics (Youtube)||6 months|
|IDE||They are used for advertising purposes to show Google ads on sites that do not belong to Google.||Advertaising (Doubleclick)||13 months|
3. Consent and configuring cookies
In addition, you may disable them or withdraw your previously granted consent at any time by deleting the cookies installed in your device by configuring the browser options, as indicated in section “disabling or deleting cookies”.
4. Disabling or deleting cookies in the Browser
You may enable, block or delete the cookies installed in your device by configuring the options of the different browsers used:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer
- Safari for IOS (iPhone and iPad)
- Chrome for Android
- Chrome for iP hone and iPad.
If you use a different browser, please refer to its instructions for setting cookies.
5. More information