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What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded and stored in the terminal of the user (PC/smartphone/tablet/etc.) when accessing a web page. There are different types of cookies and their aims may be very diverse. For example, cookies may be used to remember the language chosen, to personalise the website, to remember your start session, to remember elements of an order, the use of security elements, to share content on social networks, to remember the user’s type of browser to improve the efficiency, geo-localisation, analysis of visits and behaviour on the web, to offer personalised publicity, as well as to undertake follow-up of your movements on the web and elaborate usage profiles.
What types of cookies are there?
In general you could say that there are two types of cookies: session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies are created temporarily so that once the website has been abandoned, the session cookie is automatically eliminated. Permanent cookies continue to be stored in your device and are activated again when you return to the specific page that created them. A permanent cookie continues in the sub file of the browser for the time that has been established as the duration period of the file.
Cookies can be owned by the first-party or third party. First-party cookies have been created by us and we control their use and cancelation. Third-party cookies are created by entities that provide us with services, such as analysing the traffic on our website, visualising videos of third parties or connecting with social networks, etc. Concerning these cookies and the privacy policies of their creators, we would inform you that we have no control over them. Below is a descriptive table that outlines the cookies used in our website. If you have any doubts with regard to these cookies we recommend you contact the manufacturer following the links indicated (without detriment to your right to deactivate the cookies you consider appropriate).
Who can have access to the cookies?
Only the entity or company that created them can have access to the cookies.
What information does a cookie store?
The information which a cookie may gather is very diverse, by way of illustration but not limitative, cookies may collect:
- User IP.
- Origin of website.
- Term used in the search engines to access the web.
- Places visited on the web.
- Products chosen.
- Content of registration or order forms.
- Session ID
- Information about your explorer and devices, operating system, connection speed, and visualisation set up.
What cookies are used in this website?
- Necessary cookies: are essential in order to provide the services requested by the user. If these cookies are disabled, you will not be able to receive our content and services correctly.
- Analytical cookies: we use these cookies to improve the quality of our services, analysing the behaviour of the users in our website. For this we use third party cookies. If you deactivate these cookies you can continue to receive our services, however, it will limit the knowledge we have about the activity of our clients to improve our services.
Cookies used on our website:
This website uses the following first-party cookies:
- Session cookies:
- To save the language of the user so that in future visits the Website loads up in this language.
This cookie is used by the PHP language to allow SESSION variables to be stored on the web server. This cookie lasts as long as the session and is essential for the website to function.
This website uses the following third-party cookies:
- Google Analitycs:
Google Analytics stores cookies for statistical analysis of traffic and number of visits to this website. By using this website, you are giving your consent to Google processing data about you. Therefore, to exercise any right in this regard, you must communicate directly with Google.
Google Analytics stores cookies in servers located in the United States and undertakes not to share data with third parties, except where necessary for the functioning of the system or when required to do so by law.
Google claims that it does not store your IP address. Google Inc. is a company that adheres to the Safe Harbour Agreement, which ensures that all data transferred shall be processed with a level of protection in accordance with European regulations.
- Social networks: Our web makes use of social network plugins that allow our users to share content of our Website in Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
How do I disable cookies?
The user may choose the active cookies or opt to deactivate them in the following way:
- By browser settings:
- By the specific opt-out systems indicated by the owners of the cookies.
- Other third-party tools, available on-line, that allow users to detect the cookies in each website they visit and manage their deactivation.
Bear in mind that we cannot accept responsibility for the content, truthfulness and fulfilment of third-party privacy policies. Consequently, if you chose to browse our web page allowing third party cookies, you confirm doing so in the knowledge of this circumstance and exonerate Club Deportivo Fortuna of any responsibility, direct or indirect, for damages or encroachment of your privacy made by third party companies.