Cookies policy

Identification and Cookies policy

This web site is owned by HORTENSIA HERRERO, FUNDACIÓN DE LA COMUNITAT VALENCIANA (hereinafter ‘THE HORTENSIA HERRERO FOUNDATION’), with Registered Address at C/ Arquitecto Mora, n.º 3 Valencia, and entered in the Valencia Autonomous Community’s Register of Foundations under number 557-V and with Spanish Tax ID Number (CIF) G-98409386.
Our web site uses same-site cookies, whose purpose is to enhance the user experience by catering to personal interests and tastes. We also use Third Party cookies to personalise the advertising on the pages visited for the same reasons.

Cookies basic information

What are Cookies?
Cookies are small bits of information that are stored in the browser of your computer, tablet, or Smartphone when you visit our web site. This information facilitates and personalises your browsing of web sites.
What do Cookies do?
Cookies are tools used by web sites to enhance one’s browsing and to help webs see which information is most useful and/or interesting for each user. They do not personally identify the user and they pose no threat to your computer or mobile device. Cookies are neither viruses nor spyware. When you browse our web site, you do so wholly anonymously: we never know your name, address, or telephone number unless you choose to provide us with such information.
It is you the user who decides whether to allow cookies or not. If you decide not to allow them, you can block them by making the appropriate choices in your browser (we shall tell you later how you can do so).
How long do Cookies stay active on the user’s computer?
There are two kinds of cookies:

  • Session Cookies. These expire when the user leaves the web site or closes the browser.
  • Permanent Cookies. These expire when the purpose for which they were added to the web has been met or when the user decides to manually delete them.

The use of Cookies on our web site
Cookies are small text files that are usually encrypted. They allow the hosting web server to store information in the user’s computer or other device when the user visits the web site. This stored information can be read by the cookie to identify the user and to establish his/her browsing preferences and configuration.
The main kinds of cookies are as follows:

  • Technical Cookies:

These cookies let users browse the web site, platform, or application, using various options or services — for instance, for controlling data traffic and communication, identifying the session, getting access to restricted sections, recalling which items make up a request or order, applying for entry to or participation in an event, using secure elements during browsing, storing content for the dissemination of video or sound, and sharing content through social networks.

  • Personalisation Cookies:

These cookies let the user access the service with some of the more general features being pre-defined depending on criteria determined by the user’s device, for example, language, type of browser accessing the service, regional configuration for the location from which the service is accessed, and so on.

  • Analysis Cookies:

These cookies are processed by us or by Third Parties. They let us quantify the number of users and thus carry out statistical measurements and analysis of how the use made of the services we offer. For these purposes, we analyse browsing of our web site with a view to improving our supply of services and/or products.

  • Advertising Cookies:

These cookies help us optimise our management of the advertising our editor has included on a web page, application, or platform supplying requested services. Such management is based on criteria such as the published content and the frequency with which advertisements are shown.

  • Behavioural Advertising Cookies:

These cookies are processed by us or by Third Parties. They let us manage the supply of advertising slots on our web site more efficiently, matching advertising content with the kind of service requested or with the use made of a given web page. For these purposes, we analyse your Internet browsing habits and may show you advertising that bears on your profile.

What cookies do we use on our web site?

Same-Site Cookies
Name Purpose Length
c_cahh Records whether the user accepts cookies. 6 months
Third-Party Cookies
Name Purpose Length Owner
_ga, _gid(1) Cookies used by Google Analytics’ memory visor. 24 months google-analytics
GPS(2) Register a unique ID on mobile devices to allow tracking based on geographic location by GPS. Session Youtube
YSC(2) Measures the playing of videos by the user and records ‘like’ and ‘share video’. Session Youtube
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE(2) Monitors visited videos embedded on the web site. 6 months Youtube
IDE(2) Cookie used for targeting, optimization, reporting and attribution of online ads 12 months Google doubleclick
SID, NID, HSID, APISID, LOGIN_INFO, SAPISID, YSC(2) Technical cookies used by YouTube. Session Youtube


(1) 
These cookies facilitate monitoring of the web site through the Google Analytics tool, a service provided by Google that allows information to be obtained on users’ access to web sites. Examples of the data stored for later analysis include: the number of times that a user has visited a site; the dates of the user’s first and latest visits; the duration of visits; the web page from which the user has accessed the site; where in the world the user has accessed the site from, and so on. Cookie configuration is predetermined by the service offered by Google and can be found on Google Analytics’ privacy page at: http://www.google.com/intl/es/analytics/privacyoverview.html. The Google Analytics page gives information on the cookies used and how one can disable them if desired (here, one should note that we are not answerable for the content or veracity of Third Party web sites).
(2) Youtube Cookies: These are used for playing videos on the Internet. You can get more information on the cookies used and how to disable them at http://www.google.es/intl/es/policies/technologies/cookies/ (which gives you information on the cookies and how one can disable them if desired (here, one should note that we are not answerable for the content or veracity of Third Party web sites).
Our web site may also use social network features (‘social features’) provided by Third Party companies and services so that you can share information through their channels. The aforesaid social features will be identified on our web site by the logotype used by each company.
When you visit our web site, should you choose to use the activated social features, bear in mind that the browser will directly link to the servers of the corresponding social network. The social features mean that social networks are provided with the information used to access our web site and, if you begin a session in the social network, your visit to our web may be logged by that network. For example, if you click the ‘Like’ button on Facebook, this information is sent from your browser straight to Facebook and stored there. Indeed, even if you neither begin a session on the social network nor click on a social button, your IP address may still be sent to the social network.

Configuring and disabling Cookies

Generally speaking, users’ browsers allow cookies by default. To configure your cookie preferences, you need to do the following:
Internet Explorer:
1st Step: Enter the Internet Explorer browser.
2nd Step: Click on the ‘Tools’ button in Internet Explorer and then select ‘Internet Options’.
3rd Step: Click on the ‘Privacy’ tab and then select your preferred level of privacy.
Finally, click on ‘Accept’.
Firefox:
1st Step: Enter the Firefox browser.
2nd Step: Click on the Firefox button (show in the top part of the browser window) and select ‘Options’.
3rd Step: Select the ‘Privacy’ panel.
4th Step: Select: ‘Use a personalised configuration for the browsing history’.
5th Step: Mark the option ‘Accept cookies’ to enable them or, alternatively, unmark them to disable them.
6th Step: Choose how long cookies will be stored for.
Final Step: Click ‘Accept’.
Google Chrome
1st Step: Enter the Google Chrome browser.
2nd Step: Select ‘Configuration’ in the Google Chrome menu in the browser bar.
3rd Step: Select ‘Show advanced options’.
4th Step: In the ‘Privacy’ section, select the ‘Content configuration’ button.
5th Step: The user can configure his desired security level in the ‘Cookies’ section.
Safari
1st Step: Enter the Safari browser.
2nd Step: Go to ‘Preferences’ and select the ‘Block Cookies Privacy Panel’.
3rd Step: Select the option you want.
Opera
1st Step: Enter the Opera browser.
2nd Step: Go to ‘Configuration’ > ‘Options’ > ‘Advanced’ > ‘Cookies’.
3rd Step: Choose the option you want.
IPhone
1st Step: Go to the ‘Start’ screen and select ‘Safari Configuration’.
2nd Step: Choose the option you want.
Android
1st Step: Open the Android browser, go to ‘Menu’ and then to the ‘Configuration’ option.
2nd Step: Go to the ‘Security and Privacy’ section and make your choices.
3rd Step: Re-boot the browser to make your changes take effect.
Windows Phone
1st Step: Open the Internet Explorer browser on your Smartphone and click ‘More’ and then select ‘Configuration’. You can also configure Internet Explorer through ‘Configuration’ in the list of applications on the Smartphone.

Cookies policy

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