The puntCAT Foundation safeguards the privacy of the visitors to our websites and we work to ensure any information on your interaction with them is collected in a transparent, secure manner. Below is an explanation of the cookies we use and the way in which they help us improve your browsing experience.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that the websites you visit save on your computer whenever you visit them. They allow for information on your visit to be saved and used in different ways:
- To remember your preferences for future visits.
- To adapt viewing to specific features of your browsing.
- To see how you browse the website in order to make improvements or assess whether browsing is complicated for visitors.
None of these cookies is used to identify you personally, and their sole purpose is to provide you with a customised experience and to collect statistics.
Types of cookies
There are different types, depending on the issuer, the purpose and the times for which the cookies are saved:
- Depending on who manages the domain or the service from where the cookies are sent and the data obtained is processed, there are two types: first-party cookies, i.e. created by the website you visit, and third-party cookies, which are created by external parties because the website you are visiting has requested as such.
- Depending on the time they are saved in your browser, they can be session cookies, which disappear when you close the browser, or persistent cookies, which are kept until your next visit to the website.
- Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained is used, there are technical cookies, which save specific settings of your browser (such as the size of useful browsing space), custom cookies, which focus on the preferences of your visit (such as the language selected), analytical cookies, advertising cookies, and behavioural advertising cookies, which show one advert or another based on the data obtained from your browsing).
Which cookies do we use on the website?
You will find the following cookies on the website:
Purpose: This is for internal use and is necessary for the correct viewing and management of cookies on the website
Name: Google Tag Manager
Purpose: Configured by Google Analytics to track the number of times a user visits our websites, how he/she has reached our website and the country in which he/she is located. The cookie also calculates an end time for each session.
How are cookie settings edited?
You can edit the cookies saved on your computer or disable them completely by using the settings of your browser. Remember that this might affect your browsing experience or even prevent you from using certain services, such as those with a secure login or that require enabled cookies to work properly.
All modern browsers will allow you to change the cookie settings to give you extensive control of whether or not cookies can be enabled.