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A cookie (or computer cookie) is small information sent by a website and stored in the user's browser, so that the website can check the user's previous activity.
Euskal Herriko Musika Bulegoa Elkartea maintains full control of the collected data collected through its own cookies, storing the data on servers that belong to, and are controlled by Euskal Herriko Musika Bulegoa Elkartea. The data is not shared with any other organization for sales, market research or commercial purposes.
The first party cookie contains the following information:
- Unique random visitor identification
- Time of the first visit of the visitor in question
- Time of the visitor's previous visit
- Number of visits of the visitor in question
Persistent cookies are stored on a device and are not automatically deleted when the browser is closed. For persistent cookies, a random identification is generated that allows knowing when a user returns to the website.
All cookies expire after 6 months.
Device fingerprint tracking
Euskal Herriko Musika Bulegoa Elkartea uses an IP address de-identification mechanism that automatically masks a part of each visitor's IP address (Internet Protocol), making it impossible to identify a specific visitor from Google solely by IP address.
Device fingerprint is information collected on a remote computing device for identification purposes. These fingerprints can be used to identify specific users or devices even when cookies are disabled. The device fingerprint expires after 30 minutes. However, if a user so decides (opt-out), the fingerprint of the device will not be collected.
The logs are text files that store information on the server. The following logs are kept for analysis purposes unless the user decides otherwise (opt-out). IP address (masked), location, date, time and time in the visitor's local time zone. Title, URL of the page being viewed, and URL of the page that was viewed before the current page.
Information about the device used (screen resolution, desktop / tablet / mobile, brand, model, ...) and about the internet connection (page speed). The operating system, the browser version, the plug-ins compatible with the browser. Search on the site and files that have been accessed and downloaded, and links to external domains that have been accessed. Main language of the browser used and the language of the page that has been visited.
Types and operation
Permanent cookies expire and disappear depending on how they have been defined. How to disable cookies Normally it is possible to stop accepting browser cookies, or to stop accepting cookies from a particular service. All modern browsers allow you to change the cookie settings. These settings are usually found in the 'options' or 'preferences' of your browser menu.
How to disable cookies in the main browsers:
- Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings. For more information, you can consult Microsoft support or browser Help.
- Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Custom Settings. For more information, you can consult Mozilla support or browser Help.
- Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Content settings. For more information, you can consult Google support or browser Help. Safari: Preferences -> Security. For more information, you can consult Apple support or browser Help.
- If cookies are disabled, some functionalities will be disabled.
- If you share content from this website through social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, you may receive cookies from those websites. The third-party cookie settings are not under the control of this website, so we suggest that you check the third-party websites to obtain more information about their cookies and how to manage them.
Third party cookies
On this website we use the following third-party cookies:
List of third-party cookies
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By default, Google Analytics tracks the browsing experience, among other things, to generate statistics. It is possible to prevent this monitoring by renouncing this function (opt-out) click here. If you resign, you will receive a resignation cookie (piwik_ignore) so that your decision is remembered. If you disable cookies in your browser, you will not be able to renounce this function because it will not be possible to save the cookie «piwik_ignore» on your computer. In this case, see the "Do not track" option below.
Do not track option
The "Do not track" option allows visitors to prevent websites from tracking their activity for any kind of purpose, be it the use of analytics services, advertising networks or social media platforms. If you enable the option of not tracking in your web browser, Google Analytics will respect your choice and will not track any visitor on whose computer there is a "piwik_ignore" cookie; The "Do not track" option does not work with Internet Explorer, use the disclaimer option.
Restricted access to information.
All analysis data transfer is encrypted via HTTPS protocol. They can only access the analytical reports generated by Google Analytics duly authorized external subcontractors who must periodically analyze, develop or maintain certain websites.
Google Analytics automatically removes visitor logs after 6 months. The European Commission stores aggregated data for an indefinite period for analysis purposes.