In accordance with current regulations, http://www.base3.net/ provides users with information regarding the ‘cookies’ that it uses and the reasons for its use, as well as requesting their consent to use them.
The web http://www.base3.net/ uses own ‘cookies’ to offer a better browsing experience and better service. However, the user has the option to prevent the generation of ‘cookies’ and the elimination of them by selecting the corresponding option of our browser. In case of blocking the use of ‘cookies’ in your browser, it is possible that some services or functionalities of the website are not available.
WHAT IS A ‘COOKIE’?
Cookies are a tool used by web servers to store and retrieve information relative to users. They are small text files that web pages send to the browser and are stored in the user’s terminal, whether it is a computer, a mobile phone or a tablet. This information allows to retrieve information such as your registered user, if available, connection data to social networks or browsing preferences data. This data is stored to be remembered when the user visits the page again.
HOW ARE THE ‘COOKIES’ USED AND WHAT KIND OF INFORMATION DO THEY KEEP?
When browsing the website http://www.bsae3.net the user is accepting that “cookies” can be installed in his terminal that allow to know the following information:
- Statistical information on the use of the web.
- The activity that the user has carried out on the web (pages visited, searches, etc.)
- Connection data to social networks for users who access with their Facebook or Twitter user.
- The latest searches performed on the web services.
TYPES OF ‘COOKIES’ USED
Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained through the ‘cookies’ are processed, the website can use:
Are those that allow the user to navigate through the web page or application and the use of different options or services that exist in it. For example, control the traffic and communication of the data, make the request for registration or participation in an event, use security elements during navigation and store contents for the dissemination of videos or sound.
They are those that allow the user to access the service with some predefined general characteristics to their terminal or that the user defines. For example, the language, the type of browser through which you access the service, the design of selected content, geolocation of the terminal and the regional configuration from where the service is accessed.
Are those that allow the effective management of advertising spaces that have been included in the web page or application from which the service is provided. Allow to adjust the content of advertising to be relevant for the user and to avoid showing ads that the user has already seen.
Are those that allow tracking and analysis of the behavior of users of websites. The information collected by means of this type of ‘cookies’ is used to measure the activity of the websites, the application or the platform and for the elaboration of navigation profiles of the users of these sites, to introduce improvements in the service depending on the usage data that users make.
Third parties ‘Cookies’
In some web pages you can install ‘cookies’ from third parties that allow you to manage and improve the services offered. Like, for example, Google Analytics and ComScore statistical services.
How can cookies be managed in the browser?
The user has the option to allow, block or eliminate the ‘cookies’ installed on their computer by configuring the browser options installed on their terminal:
- To adjust the permissions related to ‘cookies’ in the Google Chrome browser:
- Click on the menu located in the toolbar.
- Select Settings
- Click on Advanced Settings
- In the section on ‘Privacy and Security’ click on Content Settings
- In the ‘Cookies’ section you can configure the options
- To adjust the permissions related to the ‘cookies’ in the Mozilla Firefox browser:
- Click on the tools menu
- Select Options
- Select the Privacy option
- In the History section you can select custom settings
In some browsers you can configure specific rules to manage ‘cookies’ per website, which offers a more specific control over privacy. This means that you can disable ‘cookies’ from all sites except those that are trusted.