Cookies are small files that websites store in the visiting user web browser and are required to contribute to many advantages in providing interactive
The following information about the possible types of cookies help to better understand the functions they allow:
- Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain in the cookies space on your computer until you leave the website that employs them, so that none is recorded in the user’s disk. The information collected through these cookies are used to enable the operational discretional management of the individual users that are accessing the web simultaneously.
- Persistent cookies are the ones that remain stored in the cookies space on the computer after leaving the site, and that will be accessed by that website the next time the page is visited to recover the information in order to facilitate the navigation (go directly to the service without making the login process) or the provision of a commercial service (offering
those products or services related to previous visits).
Cookies exchanged when navigating a web page can be:
- First-party cookies are cookies generated by the website you are visiting itself.
- Third-party cookies are cookies that are received when browsing this website, but have been generated by a third service that is hosted in it. An example might be,
the cookie used by an ad or banner ad that is in the website we visit. Another cookie may be used by a visitor counter hired by the website we visit.
Cookies can be used to:
purposes: This cookies are necessary for the operation of the website. They are also called strictly necessary. They make it possible to control traffic from the server to multiple users simultaneously, the identification and accessing the system as user, etc…
- Customization: They make it possible for each user to configure aspects such as the language in which he or she wants to view the website, display formats, etc..
- Analysis and performance: Used to measure the number of visits and navigation criteria at different areas of the site.
- Advertising: They allow to implement efficiency parameters in the offered advertising on the websites.
- Behavioral advertising: They allow to implement efficiency parameters in the offered advertising on websites, based on information about the user behavior.
In Safe Creative blog we use the following cookies:
Contains the session identifier which distinguishes a visitor from another.
Contains the code, name and user identification level when a visitor has successfully logged in as a safecreative.org user, to allow him or her to access and operate in the user’s account.
Stores the language in which the user navigates through the website.
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How to remove cookies
If you want to remove the cookies stored in your browser by Safe Creative, here you have instructions for different browsers:
- Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies
- Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647
- Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/kb/delete-cookies-remove-info-websites-stored
- Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/ph11920
- Others: In general, to remove cookies from your browser you must go to your browser’s Preferences or Configuration menu, and look for the Privacy section. There you will find options to manage your cookies and other data stored by different web sites, as well as configure your browser’s behavior when dealing with cookies.