According to the new regulations, UNIPROCA provides users information on the cookies we use and the reason for their use, as well as asking for their consent to use them.
"Cookies" are a tool used by Web servers to store and retrieve information about their visitors. They are small text files that we send to your computer to keep track of your preferences and remember them on your return.
Some cookies are allocated to your PC only for the duration of your visit to our website, so-called "session cookies" and disappear automatically when you close your browser. UNIPROCA does not use persistent cookies.
The User can freely decide whether to implant or not the cookies used on his/her hard drive. In this regard, the User can set his/her browser to accept or reject by default all cookies or to receive a notice of the reception of each cookie and decide at that time whether or not to implement them on his/her hard drive .
Since cookies are implemented generally for all users of www.uniproca.es, if you want to modify them, you should manage the cookies through your own browser tools.
- Internet Explorer.
Cookies are essential for the functioning of the Internet, bringing many advantages to the provision of interactive services. However, sharing them between different sites has aroused social concern in the context of the personalisation of advertising space. This document will help you understand the different levels of security associated with the cookies we use, as well as the circumstances under which we request your prior permission as a condition prior to their storage.
The strictly necessary cookies allow you to navigate around the site, and access to certain areas. UNIPROCA uses these strictly necessary cookies to remember:
The information you entered in forms when you move to different pages in a single browser session
This type of cookies provides us with information on the use you make of the portal, such as which pages you visited, if you have had technical problems in accessing certain pages. These cookies do not allow your identification, since the information they collect is anonymous and will only be used for work on improving site design and navigation through the portal, usage statistics, etc.
The cookies UNIPROCA uses are used to:
Store a unique browsing session identifier
Determine whether the browser has enabled cookies
Record the clicked linked contents on the page
Store the traffic sources of access to the Portal
Store the linked contents of internal promotion campaign types
Store if a visit is new or repeated to the site
Record versions of Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight of the browser used
Record the number of user login sessions
Store the tracking parameters of promotional items on the site (Only once per session)
Store if the visit comes from our blog (only once per session)
Store the tracking parameter of Marketing campaigns on the site (only once per session)
Store the traffic sources of visitors to the Portal
Manage content optimization and test navigation experiences shown to users
Indicate when the visitor first accesses to the portal
Store a unique browsing session identifier to personalise the contents
Segment, language, registered user
UNIPROCA uses Google Maps to display geographic locations and Google Analytics to analyse traffic. Its use implies the transfer of several cookies entirely managed by Google.
UNIPROCA uses Twitter and Facebook to upload contents of UNIPROCA accounts on these social networks. Its use implies the transfer of several cookies managed by Twitter and Facebook.