A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the user’s computer / smartphone / tablet when accessing certain web pages to store and retrieve information about the navigation that is carried out from said equipment.

Technically, cookies are arbitrary pieces of data defined by the web server and sent to the browser. The browser returns them to the server unmodified, thus reflecting a state (memory of previous events) in HTTP transactions, which would otherwise be independent of that state.

Without cookies, each request for a web page or a component of a web page would be an isolated event, without any relation to the rest of requests from other pages of the same site. But by returning a cookie to the web server, the browser provides the server with a means of relating the request on the current page to requests on previous pages. In addition to being defined by a web server, cookies can also be defined by a script in a language such as JavaScript, if it is supported and enabled in the web browser.

The cookie specifications suggest that browsers must support a minimum number of cookies or a minimum amount of memory to store them. Specifically, a browser is expected to be able to store at least 300 cookies of 4 kilobytes each and at least 20 cookies per server or domain.

The server that sets the cookie can specify a deletion date, in which case the cookie will be deleted on that date. A shopping site may want to help potential customers by remembering the things that were in their shopping cart, even if they close the browser without making the purchase and come back later, to avoid having to search for the products again. In that case, the server would create a cookie with a deletion date as desired by the website designer. If no deletion date is defined, the cookies are deleted when the user closes their browser. Therefore, setting a delete date is one way to make the cookie survive between sessions. For this reason, cookies with a deletion date are called persistent.

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There are different types of cookies. They all work the same way, but they have little differences:

Session Cookies: Session cookies last only for the duration of your visit and are deleted when you close the browser. Its main purpose is to identify the type of device, support website security or its basic functionality. They do not contain personal information that allows us to identify a person.

Persistent or Permanent Cookies: They are stored on the device’s hard drive and our website reads them every time you make a new visit to Carmen Campos Guereta; it has a specific expiration or expiration date, after which the cookie stops working. They allow us to identify your actions and preferences; Analyze visits and help us understand how users get to our page and improve our services.

Functionality Cookies: They allow Carmen Campos Guereta to remember decisions made by the user, such as their login or identifier. The information these cookies collect is anonymised (that is, it does not contain your name, address, or other data).

Third Party Cookies: Third-party cookies are cookies installed by a website that is not the one you are visiting; for example, those used by social networks (such as Facebook) or by external content plugins (such as Google Maps). In addition, some advertising companies use these types of files to track your visits to each site they are advertised on.

Analytical Cookies: These are cookies that have the purpose of periodic maintenance and guarantee the best operation and service to the user; collecting data on your activity.


USE OF COOKIES BY Carmen Campos Guereta

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