What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that are recorded in the browser used by each visitor to our website, so that the server remembers the visit of that user at a later time, when you return to access our content. This information does not reveal your identity or any personal data, nor does it access the content stored on your pc, but it does allow our system to identify you as a specific user who has visited our website before, as well as saving your preferences and technical information, such as the visits made or specific pages you have visited.
What types of cookies are there?
Cookies are classified below according to a series of categories. However, it is necessary to bear in mind that the same cookie may be included in more than one category.
Types of cookies according to the entity that manages them:
First-party cookies: These are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
Third-party cookies: These are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by another entity that processes the data.
Types of cookies according to the conservation period
Session cookies: These are a type of cookie designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page.
Persistent cookies: These are a type of cookie in which the data continues to be stored in the terminal and can be accessed and processed for a period defined by the party responsible for the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years.
Types of cookies according to their purpose
Technical cookies: Those that allow the user to navigate through a website, platform or application and the use of the different options or services that exist in it, for example, control traffic and data communication, identify the session, access restricted access parts, remember the elements that make up an order, make the buying process of an order, make the application for registration or participation in an event, use security features while browsing, store content for broadcasting videos or sound or share content through social networks.
Personalization cookies: These cookies allow the user to access the service with some predefined general characteristics depending on a series of criteria in the user’s terminal, such as the language, the type of browser used to access the service, the regional configuration from where the service is accessed, etc.
Advertising Cookies: These are those that allow the management, in the most effective way possible, of the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the publisher has included on a website, application or platform from which it provides the requested service based on criteria such as the edited content or the frequency at which the ads are displayed.
Behavioral advertising cookies: These cookies enable the management, in the most effective way possible, of the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the publisher has included on a website, application or platform from which the requested service is provided. These cookies store information on the behavior of users obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows a specific profile to be developed in order to display advertising based on the same.
Analysis cookies: These cookies allow the party responsible for them to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked. The information collected through this type of cookies is used to measure the activity of the websites, application or platform and for the elaboration of browsing profiles of the users of these sites, applications and platforms, in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of the data on the use made by the users of the service.
With regard to the processing of data collected through analytical cookies, although they are not exempt from the duty to obtain informed consent for their use, it is unlikely that they represent a risk to the privacy of users provided that they are first-party cookies, that they process aggregate data for strictly statistical purposes, that information is provided on their use and that they include the possibility for users to express their refusal on their use.
On our website we use our own cookies, which we manage directly from our servers, and third-party cookies, which are sent to your computer from a domain outside BNZSA. In the case of using this last type of cookies (from third parties), we always ensure that their sole purpose is technical and never to collect data. If at any time any of these third parties decide to change the purpose of their cookies and start collecting data, we will remove them from our website as soon as we become aware of them. If this happens and you become aware of it, please let us know so that we can remove them.
Cookies that may be loaded from our website
In compliance with Directive 2009/136/EC, implemented in our legislation by the second paragraph of Article 22 of the Law on Information Society Services, following the guidelines of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, we proceed to inform you in detail of the use that is made of our website. Depending on your browsing, the configuration and/or extensions of your browser and your acceptance or rejection of them, all or only some of them may be installed.
|elementor||never||The website’s WordPress theme uses this cookie. It allows the website owner to implement or change the website’s content in real-time.|
|JSESSIONID||session||New Relic uses this cookie to store a session identifier so that New Relic can monitor session counts for an application.|
|bcookie||1 year||LinkedIn sets this cookie from LinkedIn share buttons and ad tags to recognize browser IDs.|
|bscookie||1 year||LinkedIn sets this cookie to store performed actions on the website.|
|YSC||session||Youtube sets this cookie to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages.|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||5 months 27 days||YouTube sets this cookie to measure bandwidth, determining whether the user gets the new or old player interface.|
|yt-remote-device-id||never||YouTube sets this cookie to store the user’s video preferences using embedded YouTube videos.|
|never||YouTube sets this cookie to store the user’s video preferences using embedded YouTube videos.|
|yt.innertube::requests||never||YouTube sets this cookie to register a unique ID to store data on what videos from YouTube the user has seen.|
|yt.innertube::nextId||never||YouTube sets this cookie to register a unique ID to store data on what videos from YouTube the user has seen.|
|_gid||1 day||Google Analytics sets this cookie to store information on how visitors use a website while also creating an analytics report of the website’s performance. Some of the collected data includes the number of visitors, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously.|
|1 minute||Google Analytics sets this cookie for user behaviour tracking.|
|_ga_*||1 year 1 month 4 days||Google Analytics sets this cookie to store and count page views.|
|_ga||1 year 1 month 4 days||Google Analytics sets this cookie to calculate visitor, session and campaign data and track site usage for the site’s analytics report. The cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognise unique visitors.|
|CONSENT||2 years||YouTube sets this cookie via embedded YouTube videos and registers anonymous statistical data.|
|lang||session||LinkedIn sets this cookie to remember a user’s language setting.|
|li_gc||5 months 27 days||Linkedin set this cookie for storing visitor’s consent regarding using cookies for non-essential purposes.|
|lidc||1 day||LinkedIn sets the lidc cookie to facilitate data center selection.|
Acceptance by the user (by clicking on the “Accept” button shown in the initial information on cookies) implies that they are expressly consenting to BNZSA for their use, and they may exercise their rights and revoke their consent at any time, by sending a request to the e-mail address email@example.com.
How to configure your browser for the installation of cookies
Currently, most browsers are configured by default to block the installation of advertising or third-party cookies on your computer, especially the latest versions of Firefox. The user can extend the restrictions of origin, preventing the entry of any type of cookie, or remove these restrictions, accepting the entry of any type of cookies. If you are interested in accepting advertising or third-party cookies, you can configure your browser accordingly.
If you do not want cookies to be stored in your browser or prefer to receive information each time a cookie requests to be installed, you can configure your browsing options to do so. Most browsers allow cookies to be managed in 3 different ways:
- Cookies are always accepted
- Cookies are always rejected
- The browser asks whether the user wishes to install each cookie.
Your browser may also include the possibility to select in detail which cookies you want to be installed on your computer. Specifically, the user can normally accept one of the following options:
- Reject cookies from third parties
- Reject cookies from certain domains (e.g. Google, Facebook, etc.)
- Accept cookies as non-persistent (they are deleted when the browser is closed).
You can find information on how to configure the most commonly used browsers at the following locations:
- Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Settings. For more information, you can consult Microsoft support or the browser’s Help.
- Firefox: Tools > Options > Privacy > History > Custom Settings. For more information, you can consult Mozilla support or the browser’s Help.
- Chrome: Settings > Show advanced options > Privacy > Privacy > Content settings. For more information, you can consult Google support or the browser’s Help.
- Safari: Preferences > Security. For more information, you can consult Apple support or the browser’s Help.