1. Definition and generic cookie function
2. Giving and withdrawing consent and deleting cookies
Cookies are only used on your computers and other devices with your consent, except where they are required for browsing our site or are needed to personalise it.
You also have the option of enabling or disabling cookies and deleting browsing details (including cookies), using the options in your browser. Check your browser for options and instructions. Be aware, however that, if you enable third-party cookies, you will have to delete them using your browser settings. See below for information on enabling/disabling cookies in your browser.
3. Information on cookie type and purpose
Depending on the intended purpose, the following cookies are used:
Technical CookiesThese cookies enable you to browse a website or platform and use the different options or services on it, such as monitoring data traffic and communication, identifying the session, gaining access to restricted areas, requesting to sign up or participate in an event, using security features during browsing and sharing content over social media.
Preference or personalization cookiesThese allow you to access the service with a number of preestablished characteristics, based on the criteria stored on your device, such as language, browser type, regional configuration, etc.
Analytical or measurement cookiesThese cookies allow your activity on the site to be monitored and analysed. The information collected is used to measure your activity on the site and to create profiles of site or platform users. This makes it possible to analyse the way the site is used and make any improvements accordingly.
Advertising cookiesThese cookies may be used and shared with collaborating advertising companies to prepare a profile of users’ interests and to show you targeted advertising from other websites. If you block these cookies, the ads you see will be less targeted at your interests.
Cookies can be retained on your device for different periods of time:
Session cookiesSession cookies are designed to collect and store data while you are using the site. They are not kept on your computer after the session expires or you close your browser.
Persistent cookiesThe information contained in these cookies is stored on your terminal and can be accessed and processed for a period of time that is set by the cookie controller. This may range from a few minutes to several years. The information is stored on your terminal and can be accessed and processed when you leave the site and/or when you enter it again. You can delete these cookies at any time.
First-party cookiesThese cookies are installed on your device from a computer or domain managed by Itelazpi which provides the service you request.
Third-party cookiesThese are installed on your device from a computer or domain that is managed not by Itelazpi, but by another organisation that processes the data collected from the cookies. If the information collected is processed by a third party, even if the cookies are installed from a computer or domain managed by the site owner, then they are also classified as third-party cookies.
Depending on the organisation (domain) that creates the cookie.
4. Information on the cookies used on this site
User information is collected by installing the following cookies on your devices.
Cookie Name Data retention period Purpose PHPSESSID Session Used by the PHP scripting language to enable session variables to be stored on the web server. _ga 1 year To enable the unique visit control function. wordpress_ Session User authentication wordpress_logged_in_ Session To maintain the session if entry is password-protected wordpress_test_cookie Session To check if cookies are enabled on the browser wp-postpass_ 10 days To maintain the session if entry is password-protected
Preference or personalization cookies
Analytical or measurement cookies
Cookie Name Data retention period Purpose _gid 4 days To collect anonymous information and collate reports on website trends without identifying individual users
Cookie Name Owner Data retention period Purpose fr 4 months To share contents using Facebook Presence Session xs 4 months act Session datr 1 year c_user 4 months sb 2 years To integrate the site with Facebook. dpr 1 week To interact with Facebook wd 1 week To optimise display performance, storing window size
Analytical or measurement cookies
Cookie Name Owner Data retention period Purpose OGPC 1 month To provide services and extract anonymous browsing information SEARCH_SAMESITE 6 months To send data correctly to Google _JAR 1 sweek To collate statistics on the website and track conversion rates APISID 2 years To collect users’ browsing information in order to determine the origin of the visits and similar statistical data. It does not collect information on users’ names or the specific postal address from which they are connecting CONSENT Permanent HSID 2 years NID 6 months SAPISID 2 years SIDCC 2 years SSID 2 years
Advertising and behavioural advertising cookies
Cookie Name Owner Data retention period Purpose ANID 1 year Used by the Google Adwords service for advertising purposes. Contains a unique randomly generated value to distinguish browsers and devices and thus measure advertising effectiveness and offer statistically based product recommendations __Secure-3PAPISID 2 years To deliver the most relevant advertising for users and their interests __Secure-3PSID 2 years __Secure-APISID 6 months __Secure-HSID 6 months __Secure-SSID 6 months Spin 1 day To adjust advertising to user preferences
5. Information on organisations accessing cookie information
The information stored in the cookies is used by Itelazpi and by Google and Facebook. Facebook cookies are used to display ads to people who have previously visited the Internet site and offer them product and service recommendations based on their browsing history. They can also be used to limit the number of times an ad is displayed, to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and to collate statistics on people using Facebook products. Users can also use these cookies to indicate that they do not want to see certain Facebook ads based on their browsing activity in third-party websites. For further information, see Facebook’s cookies policy at https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
Google cookies are also used to improve advertising by targeting it according to content and relevance for users’ interests. This allows better reporting of campaign effectiveness and to avoid displaying advertisements that are not of interest to users or which they have already seen. For further information, see Google’s cookies policy at https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies
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