On www.fundacionmaxmazin.org we comply with the regulations concerning cookies (Law 34/2002, of July 11th, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce), which transposes Spanish legislation Directive 2009/136/CE, also known as the Cookies Directive. This page is designed to explain as clearly as possible what type of cookies we employ, the purposes for which they are used on www.fundacionmaxmazin.org, and the options available to you to manage or disable them.
What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer, mobile phone, or other navigation device every time you visit a website.
Cookies are stored on your hard drive but do not have access to other data stored there, and are not capable of accessing cookies stored there by other providers.
No personal data is collected by our cookies.
Cookies are used in a range of ways to improve your experience on our site, including saving your preferences and choices, helping us better understand how our webpage is used, and adapting the content displayed based on your interests and needs.
None of the cookies employed on our website collect any identifying personal information
Different Types of Cookies
First-party cookies are cookies sent to your computer from our own webpage.
Third-party cookies are sent to your computer from a different domain or webpage than our own, and a separate entity handles the data collected by the cookies.
These are temporary cookies stored in your browser’s cookie file which expire immediately or shortly after you close your browser.
They enable certain functions of the website and are also used by the server to store and recall information about user activity; for example, remembering information through an online process to prevent having to re-enter it.
The session cookies used on www.fundacionmaxmazin.org are strictly necessary to enable the website to function properly, including activities such as requesting a quote and protecting our clients’ security.
These are cookies that stay on your browser for a longer period of time (the length of which depends on the cookie itself). Generally speaking, persistent cookies are used to track a webpage’s visits, and to monitor how visitors interact with the webpage.
The persistent cookies used on www.fundacionmaxmazin.org help us improve the user experience of our webpage and give us a better idea of how the site is utilised.
Included in this group of cookies are those of Google Analytics, which are used to compile anonymous aggregate statistics which allow us to understand how users interact with our webpage and help us improve the structure of the site. Neither we nor any third party are able to personally identify you with these cookies.
How to Manage Cookies
You can enable, block, or delete cookies from your computer through the Settings page of your browser.
What Cookies Do We Use and Why?
Session state: Cookies that keep track of user data entered on the webpage. These are used in order to improve user browsing experience and to enable the proper function of our services.
Statistics and Web Analysis with Google via the Google Analytics Cookies tool allows us to track visitor numbers, pages viewed per visit, and user departure, among other options. With this information we are able to improve our services and continue to expand our features.
The analysis tool Ve Interactive Cookies enables us to analyse overall online efficiency in order to track the page’s drop-off rate
Managing and Deleting Cookies
However, bear in mind that deleting or blocking cookies will have an effect on the usability of our webpage, and will prevent access to certain areas or characteristics of our site.
To opt out of all Google Analytics tracking, visit http://tools.google.org/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=es