Cookies are small files that web pages store in the browser of the user who visits them and are necessary to provide innumerable advantages to web browsing in the provision of interactive services.
The following information on the possible types of cookies helps to better understand the functions that are made possible:
Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie space of your computer until you leave the web page that uses it, so nothing is recorded on the user's disk. The information obtained through these cookies serves to enable operational management with each of the users who are accessing the web simultaneously.
Persistent cookies: these are cookies that remain stored in the cookie space of your computer after you have left the web page, and that will consult the web page the next time you access it to remember information that facilitates navigation (directly access the service without the need to do the login process) or the provision of a commercial service (offer products or services related to previous visits).
The cookies exchanged when browsing a web page can be:
First-party or own cookies: these are cookies generated by the website that is being visited.
Third-party cookies: these are cookies that are received when browsing that web page, but have been generated by a third service that is hosted on it. An example may be the cookie used by an advertisement or advertising banner found on the web page we visit. Another may be the cookie used by a visitor counter hired by the website we visit.
Cookies can be used to:
Technical purposes: They are necessary for the operation of the website. They are also deemed strictly necessary. They make it possible to control traffic from the server to multiple users at the same time, the identification and access as a user of the system, etc.
Personalization: They make it possible for each user to configure aspects such as the language in which they want to view the web page, display formats, etc.
Analysis or performance: They make it possible to measure the number of visits and navigation criteria of different areas of the web.
Advertising: They allow the implementation of efficiency parameters in the advertising offered on web pages.
Behavioral advertising: They allow the implementation of efficiency parameters in the advertising offered on web pages, based on information on user behavior.
The cookies we use in SocialPubli are our own cookies for four uses:
Strictly Necessary Cookies:
Strictly Necessary Cookies allow you to navigate the website and use its essential functions. These cookies do not collect any information about your browsing that can be used for marketing actions or remember which pages you have browsed.
At SocialPubli we use strictly necessary cookies to:
• Maintain the session with users once they access the service and allow them to navigate through the pages with exclusive access to SocialPubli users.
Accepting these cookies is a necessary condition to use this web page, so if you decide to delete these cookies from your device we cannot guarantee that the web page will function correctly during your visit.
This is the list of cookies which we’ve defined as “strictly necessary”
|PHPSESSID: Stored for 1 day. Session cookie. User session||SocialPubli|
|spdsh: Stored for 1 day. Session cookie. User session||SocialPubli|
|d_login_advertiser: Stored for 30 days. Session cookie. User session||SocialPubli|
|d_login_user: Stored for 30 days. Session cookie. User session||SocialPubli|
Personalization Cookies store user preferences so that webpage behavior is maintained from one visit to another.
At SocialPubli we use personalization cookies to:
Accepting these cookies is not strictly necessary, but it is convenient for a more satisfactory experience when using the website.
This is the list or our personalization cookies:
|cookie_notice_accepted: Stored for 30 days. To not show the cookie notice once the conditions have been accepted.||SocIalpubli|
Analysis cookies compile statistical information on the number of visits to the different sections of the web. This information helps us understand how users use the web, which pages are more or less viewed. These cookies do not collect any information that can identify you, all the information collected is anonymous and we only use it to improve the functionality and quality of the information we offer.
At SocIalpubli we use analysis cookies to:
• Obtain statistics about usages of our website.
At SocIalpubli we use the following analysis cookies:
_utmc (30 minutes)
_utmz (6 months)
_ga (6 months)
_gat (6 months)
|SocIalpubli for Google Analytics|
|__hssc (30 minutes)
__hstc (30 days)
hubspotutk (6 months)
At socialpubli we use advertising cookies for:
Used by Facebook to provide a series of advertising products such as real-time bids from third-party advertisers.
|_fbp (6 month)
How to delete cookies:
If you want to delete the cookies registered by SocIalpubli from your browser, here are instructions for different browsers:
There you will find options to manage your cookies and other data stored by the websites you visit, and also configure the behavior of your browser when treating cookies.
The CTO (technical manager ) of this website is Juan Antonio Roncero Martín, with DNI 5301346C for any questions or clarifications about this issue please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond to you as quickly as possible.
The server of this web page is hosted in Spain, specifically in Galicia by the Raiola Networks company and in Barcelona by the Clouding company.
Cookies policies updated 01/12/2020