Cookies are files that serve as a tool for storing and retrieving information from website users at a statistical level about their preferences, i.e. language, country, browser… or even information about the date and time of the last visit, traffic parameters within the website, number of visits.
Normally, websites use these cookies to obtain this statistical information and use this information to improve or find out which aspects users are most interested in and thus be able to enhance them. The user must bear in mind that the data collected through cookies are only about the movements and uses of the website statistically speaking, not personal data.
If the user has configured their browser with low or medium security which allows the automatic installation of cookies when browsing this website, the David Amador website will consider that the user tacitly consents to their installation.
David Amador, through the different websites uses the following cookies:
Name Own / Third parties Description Duration
__utma Third party(Google Analytics Not used in ga.js. It is set to interact with urchin.js. Previously, this cookie acted in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session or visit. End of browser session
__utma Third Party(Google Analytics This cookie is not normally present unless the setVar() option is used in the Google Analytics code. The __utmt cookie passes the information to the setVar() method, which creates a specific segment for users 2 years from each update.
PHPSESSID Own Own This cookie is used by the PHP encryption language to allow SESSION variables to be stored on the web server. This cookie is essential for the functioning of the website.
The user, however, may decide to use this website without the installation of these cookies either by not accepting them or by configuring the web browser to block them and, if necessary, delete them. Below we provide information about the main web browsers:
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, under the menu option Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Settings.
If you use Firefox, under the menu option Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies.
If you use Google Chrome, under the menu option Settings > Privacy.
If you use Safari, under the menu option Preferences > Security.
If the user uses a web browser that does not appear on this list, they can go to the respective “Help” section to find the necessary instructions to modify the settings.
Please note that blocking cookies or limiting the installation of cookies may result in some of the features of the website not working or may be more complicated or slower to access.
An alternative to blocking cookies that may be of interest to the user is the activation of the private or incognito mode of your browser. This mode allows browsing through the website without access being recorded or cookies being stored once the user has closed all the incognito tabs. Here is the link to activate this mode in the main browsers:
– Internet Explorer: InPrivate http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/internet-explorer/products/ie-9/features/in-private
– FireFox: Private Browsing https://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/navegacion-privada-navega-en-la-web-sin-guardar-in
– Google Chrome: Incognito https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95464?hl=es
– Safari: Private Browsing http://support.apple.com/kb/PH17168?viewlocale=es_ES
– Opera: Private Browsing http://help.opera.com/Windows/12.00/es-ES/private.html
For more information, David Amador recommends reading the browser’s help section.