The domain juntscontraelcancer.cat uses automatic data collection tools called “Cookies” to collect personal information, such as type of browser or operating system, reference page, route, ISSP domain, etc. The purpose is to improve the services provided. Cookieshelp us to adapt this website to your specific needs.
What are cookies?
A Cookie is a small file stored on a user’s device that allows us to recognise the device. Taken together, our Cookiesallow us to improve the quality of our website and allow us to personalise browsing on our website for each user to a certain extent. Cookies are an essential part of how the internet works and they have countless advantages in terms of providing interactive services, making it easier to navigate to, and browse our website.
It’s worth pointing out that Cookies cannot damage your device. Their activation allows us to identify and resolve issues and improve the browsability of our website to give a better user experience.
Cookies are used to:
- Ensure that websites work correctly.
- Store user preferences, such as language or display font size.
- Understand the user’s browsing experience.
- Gather anonymised statistical information, such as the pages visited by a user and how long they spent on the website.
Types, purpose and functionality
Cookies can be categorised as session or permanent cookies depending on how long they last. Session cookies expire when a user closers their browser. Permanent cookies expire when their purpose has been achieved or when they are manually deleted.
Depending on their purpose, Cookies can be categorised as follows:
- Required: cookies that are strictly necessary and essential for the correct functioning of the website. These cookies are normally generated when a user accesses a website and opens a session on that website. They are used to identify the user on the website for the following purposes:
- They ensure that the user is identified so that if they leave the website, browser or device and then return to the same website, they will still be identified and they will be able to browse the site without having to be identified again.
- They confirm whether the user is authorised to access specific services or areas of the website.
- Preference cookies: These cookies allow a website to record information relating to the behaviour of a user on the website and its appearance, such as the language or region of the user.
- Statistical/analytic: These cookies are used to analyse and improve the browsing experience, optimise the operation of a website and observe how visitors interact with the website through the collection and reporting of generally anonymous information, albeit on occasion they allow uses to be individually identified so as to gather information about the interests of users in the services offered by the website.
- Marketing cookies: These cookies gather information about the advertisements displayed to users on a website. There are two kinds of marketing cookies:
- Anonymous: Anonymous marketing cookies gather information about the advertising spaces shown on the website, without identifying individual users who access those spaces.
- Personalised marketing cookies: Personalised marketing cookies gather personal data about website users on behalf of third parties so as to personalise those advertising spaces.
- Geolocation cookies: Geolocation cookies are used to determine the region or country that a user who accesses a website is in, so as to offer content or services appropriate to their location.
For more information about cookie settings and options for cookie activation, restriction and inactivation see the Help section of your browser:
You should be aware that if you deactivate cookies, some functionalities and services may not work or may behave differently than expected, eg: remain identified, keep purchases in the basket, localisation, etc., among others and the browsing experience may be significantly degraded.
Amendments to the Cookies Policy
The data controller may modify this Cookies Policy to respond to changes in law or regulation or to adapt the Policy to comply with lawful instructions.