On dinicola.es I use my and third-party cookies to ensure you have a better user experience, to obtain statistics and browsing habits and to allow social media functions (sharing content, addressing them, etc.), among other things.
As a user, you can refuse the processing of data or information by blocking these cookies through the configuration of your browser. This way they won’t be downloaded and stored on your hard drive. You should know that if you do this, this site will not work properly.
Here I’ll explain how you need to configure the most popular browsers to notify you of the receipt of cookies on your hard drive or to disable the possibility of storing these cookies on it.
What is a cookie
A cookie is a text file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages.
Its usefulness is that the browser is able to remember your visit when you return to browse that site.
Cookies allow the page, among other things, to store and retrieve information about your browsing habits or about your computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way you use your computer, they can be used to recognize you.
The purpose of the cookie is to adapt the content of the website to your profile and your needs in order to have a better browsing experience. Without cookies, the services offered by any page would be significantly compromised.
A cookie is NOT a virus, it is not a Trojan, it is not a worm, it is not spam, it is not spyware, nor does it open pop-up windows.
what information a cookie stores
Cookies save technical data, personal preferences, content personalization, usage statistics, links to social networks, access to user accounts, etc.
They usually do not store sensitive information about you such as credit cards or bank details, photographs or personal information, etc.
The web server does not associate you as a person but rather with your browser. In fact, if you regularly browse with Google Chrome and try to browse the same site with Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Apple Safari, you will see that the site does not realize that you are the same person because in reality it is associating the information with the browser and not with the person.
Own and third-party cookies
- Own cookies: These are those generated by the page you are visiting (in this case dinicola.es).
- Third-party cookies: These are those generated by external services or suppliers such as Mailerlite, Google Analytics, Facebook, etc.
COOKIES ON THE BASIS OF THEIR STORAGE PERIOD
- Session cookies: They save your browsing information while you stay on the page and are deleted when you close the browser. When you return to the website that created the cookie, it will not recognize you and you will have to log in or select your preferences again.
- Persistent cookies: They are stored in a subfolder of your browser until you manually delete them or delete them after a certain time in the cookie file.
Types of cookies according to the purpose of use
- Technical cookies: They are the most basic, those that allow you to browse the web and use its various options or services. They allow, among other things, to know when a person or an automated application is browsing and when an anonymous user and a registered user are browsing, basic activities for the functioning of any dynamic website.
- Personalization cookies: They allow you to access a service with certain characteristics already preconfigured based on a series of criteria such as the type of browser you use, the language defined in it, the access area, etc.
- Analysis cookies: they collect information on the type of navigation you are carrying out, the sections you use most, the products you consult, the time zone of use, the language, etc. They allow us to measure web activity and improve it based on monitoring and analyzing your behavior.
- Advertising cookies: They allow you to manage the advertising placed on a website in the most efficient way possible, showing you advertisements with the appropriate content and frequency. They show advertisements based on your browsing, country of origin, language, etc.
- Behavioral advertising cookies: They store information about your behavior based on your browsing habits and develop a specific profile to show you advertising based on it.
How cookies are used in dinicola.es
Cookies on this website help to:
- Let the web works properly.
Avoid having to log in every time you visit the web.
- Remember your settings and preferences during and between visits.
- Improve the speed and security of the web.
- That you can share content on social networks.
- Which you can leave comments.
- That you can view the videos.
- Improve the web thanks to the analyzes I carry out.
- Make marketing campaigns more efficient.
- Collect personally identifiable information (without your explicit consent).
- Collect sensitive information such as: address, password, credit card details, etc. (in no case).
- Share or transfer personally identifiable information to third parties (without your knowledge and express permission).
Own cookies that I use in dinicola.es
This website uses its own cookies for the following purposes:
- Determine if you are connected to the web.
- Remember your search settings.
- Remember if you have accepted the legal terms and conditions (Legal Notice, Privacy
- Show you the pages you have recently visited.
- Fighting spam by making sure the user is human and not an automated application.
- Avoid security risks, mainly to detect when someone is trying to hack dinicola.es
Important notice about cookies
Given the way the Internet and websites work, it is not always possible to have information on cookies placed by third parties through my website. This applies in particular to cases where my website contains what are called embedded elements: texts, documents, images or short videos that are stored elsewhere but viewed on this website. In addition to analytics plugin derivatives that dinicola uses.
In case you come across this type of cookie on this website and they are not described in my list of cookies, you can contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can review that cookie and add it to the list if necessary . You can also contact the third party directly to request information about those cookies it places, their purpose and duration and how they have ensured their privacy.
How to manage, deactivate and delete cookies
If you do not want a website or blog to store cookies on your computer, you can adapt your browser settings in order to be notified whenever a cookie requests to be downloaded or installed or to refuse all cookies or only those of third parties. . Also, you can delete any cookies already on your computer.
Most browsers allow the management of cookies in 3 different ways:
- Cookies are always rejected.
- The browser asks if the user wants to install each cookie.
- Cookies are always accepted.
- Your browser may also include the ability to better specify which cookies should be accepted and which should not. You usually have these options:
- Reject cookies from certain domains.
- Reject third-party cookies.
- Accept cookies as non-persistent (they are deleted when the browser is closed).
- Allow the server to create cookies for a
You will have to adapt the configuration of each browser and equipment you use separately. Below I provide you with some guides so that you know how to configure the installation of cookies in the most popular browsers:
If you wish, you can disable Google Analytics tracking via this Google addon.
Web browsers are the tools used to store cookies and from this place you must exercise your right to delete or disable them. Emiliano Di Nicola cannot guarantee the correct or incorrect management of cookies by them.
Learn more about cookies
You can consult the cookie regulation published by the Spanish Data Protection Agency in its“Guía sobre el uso de las Cookies”and get more information about cookies on the Internet at: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/es/ e https://www.aboutcookies.org/
And if you want to have more control over the installation of cookies, you can install programs or add-ons in your browser, known as “Do Not Track” tools, which will allow you to choose the cookies you wish to allow.