Policy för kakor Hotell Joan Miró Museum Palma
Policy för kakor Hotel Palma
What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a website, among other things, to store and retrieve information about a user’s or a device’s browsing habits and, depending on the information they may contain and the way you use your device, they might be used to identify a user.
What kinds of cookies are used in this website?
Depending on the organisation that manages them, cookies may be:
First-party cookies: Those sent to the interested party’s device from a system or domain managed by the content manager and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
Third-party cookies: Those sent to the user’s device from a system or domain not managed by the content manager, but by another organisation that processes the data gathered through the cookies.
The Website uses both first-party and third-party cookies.
Depending on the period of time they remain active:
Session cookies: They are the type of cookies intended for collecting and storing data while the user is browsing the website. They are often used to store information that is only meant for the provision of the service requested by the user just once (e.g. a list of purchased products).
Persistent cookies: They are the type of cookies which store data on the device and can be accessed and processed for a period of time established by the party responsible for the cookie, and that can range from a few minutes to several years.
This website uses both persistent cookies as well as session cookies.
For what purposes can the website’s cookies be used?
Technical cookies: Those that allow the user to browse a website, platform or application and to make use of the different options or services that it may offer such as to control the traffic and transmission of data, identify the session, access restricted areas, remember the items that make up an order, process a purchase order, request to register or participate in an event, use security measures during browsing, store content for video or sound broadcasting, or share content through social networks.
Customisation cookies: Those that allow the user to access the service with some default general features based on a set of criteria present in the user’s device, for instance, the language settings, browser type through which you access the service, the locale format from where you have access to the service, etc.
Analytic cookies: Those that allow the party responsible for said cookies to monitor and analyse the users’ behaviour on the websites to which they are linked. The information collected by means of these types of cookie is used for measuring the activity of websites, applications, or platforms and for profiling the users’ web browsing activity in such sites, applications and platforms, in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of the usage data from the users of the service.
Advertising cookies: Those that allow for managing, as efficiently as possible, the advertising spaces that, as the case may be, the content managers have included in a web page, application, or platform from which they provide the service requested on the basis of criteria such as the edited content or the frequency with which advertisements are displayed.
Behavioural advertising cookies: Those that allow for managing, as efficiently as possible, the advertising spaces that, as the case may be, the content managers have included in a web page, application, or platform from which they provide the service requested. These cookies store the user’s behavioural information obtained through observation of his/her browsing habits, which allows for profiling so that advertisements can be displayed based thereon.
Our website and e-mails in HTML format might use web bugs and/or cookies to compile statistics about the use of the aforementioned website. A web bug is an image in a message that notifies us that the message has been viewed, purely for the purpose of gathering use-related statistics.
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What happens if the cookies are disabled?
Some of the website’s features in certain areas and for certain services may not function properly if cookies are disabled.
How can you set your Cookies?
Microsoft Edge: Settings > Advanced Settings > Cookies.
Visit Microsoft Support or your browser’s help section.
Mozilla Firefox: Tools > Options > Privacy > History > Custom Settings.
Visit Mozilla Support or your browser’s help section.
Google Chrome: Settings > Show Advanced Options > Privacy > Content Settings.
Visit Google Support or your browser’s help section.
Safari (Apple): Preferences > Security.
Visit Apple Support or your browser’s help section.
Opera (Opera Software): Settings > Options > Advanced > Cookies
Visit Opera Support or your browser’s help section.
Are there only cookies?
It may be that some websites use other forms of storage similar to cookies but which can store a larger amount data, like other forms of data local storage on the client’s computer, for example:
HTML5 LocalStorage and sessionStorage: Space that the website can take up on the user's device. They can be usually deleted by deleting the browsing history.
"Local Shared Objects" in Flash ("isolated storage" in Silverlight): They are stored inside the Microsoft folder where the user profile is. You have to navigate to the folder and delete it. (E.g.: vimeo videos).
Flash is used to incorporate multimedia elements to a website, and in order to do that, it stores files in the user's device.
A web beacon is used to track your activity, by inserting a mini image that the user doesn’t even notice. When you browse the web, it’s loaded along with the website, and the server where the photo is downloaded from, records the access time or how many times you have accessed it.