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What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded on your computer or mobile device when you visit certain web pages. Cookies allow a web page, for example, to identify a user session, recall your preferences, gather information about your browsing habits or show you advertising adapted to your preferences. You can find out more information about cookies at the following link: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/es/
What cookies do we use on our portal?
All the cookies used on this portal are EINA's own or third-party cookies, used for technical, analytical and advertising purposes. The types of cookies we use:
- Technical cookies
- Analytical cookies
- Social network cookies
- Social plug-ins and AddThis buttons
1. Technical cookies
Technical cookies are only used so that you can be validated on our portal and access the Intranet and Webmail, and so that you can view videos and content that we post on the website and in the blog. You can delete these cookies and stop them from being downloaded. However, if you delete them, you won't be able to use these services and the website may behave unexpectedly.
||EINA Webmail session cookie||On ending the session|
||EINA Intranet session cookie||On ending the session|
2. Analytical cookies
These are cookies that we use to improve our website, the blog and the services that we offer on it. If you delete them, you can carry on browsing normally.
||Used to distinguish users and sessions||2 years|
||Used to determine new sessions/visits||30 minutes|
||Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit||On ending the session|
||Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site||6 months|
3. Social network cookies
On our portal we also provide links to our social network accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, Pinterest, Linkedin, Flickr, Google +). Due to how the social networks work, if you access them, third-party cookies will be downloaded (Facebook.com, twitter.com, vimeo.com, Pinterest.com, Linkedin.com, Flickr.com. Google.com).
These cookies are of two types:
- Technical cookies needed to access the information and videos we share on the social networks.
- Analytical cookies (Google Analytics), as most of the social networks use analytical tools to gather information on how users use our portal and the social networks. The type of analytical cookies is like the ones shown above, but they have their origin in each of the social networks (Facebook.com, twitter.com, vimeo.com, Pinterest.com Linkedin.com, Flickr.com. Google.com).
4. Social plug-ins and AddThis buttons
Besides the links to the Eina pages on the social networks, on our portal and in our blog we also use Facebook and Twitter social plug-ins and AddThis buttons so that you can share, comment on and forward the contents of our portal and blog. If you delete the cookies of the plug-ins and the AddThis buttons, you simply won't be able to use them to share content with others or on the social networks, but you will be able to browse normally.
The AddThis buttons that you can find in our blog are used to share content on the social networks or to send it by e-mail using any of your mail accounts. These buttons are managed by the Add This, LLC company, 8000 West Park Dr., Suite 625, McLean, VA 22102, USA.
When this tool is used, a direct connection is made with Add This, LLC, and in this case also with the social network selected. The information gathered using this tool may also be used by Add This to display advertising based on user behaviour. EINA has no access to or control over the data gathered using these cookies.
How do you delete cookies?
If you delete the functional, technical or preferences cookies, you won't be able to use some functions on the website and it may also behave unexpectedly. If you delete the analytical or advertising ones, you'll be able to carry on browsing normally.
Cookies can be deleted by configuring your browser so that it prevents them from being downloaded, as shown below. Depending on the browser you use, you'll have to follow the instructions below:
With regard to analytical cookies, you can delete them by using the Google Analytics disable add-on for browsers or by using your browser's configuration that stops them from being downloaded, as we showed above.
As for Facebook cookies, the user has to end their Facebook session before visiting our website and block the social plug-ins by configuring their browser as shown above or by using any add-on , such as the “facebook blocker”.
With regard to the AddThis buttons, you can prevent data from being gathered by clicking on the “Opt-out” button that you'll find on the AddThis website.