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For the proper functioning of the Safrà del Montsec’s websites, the navigation system and the software used collect some browsing data, called "cookies", which are necessary in the use of internet communication protocols.

If you continue browsing without changing your cookie settings, it is our understanding that you are consenting to their installation. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may also configure your Internet browser to delete them from your hard drive, block them or warn you if an installation is attempted as explained at the end of this text.

If the "cookies" are completely disabled, it is possible that some services of Safrà del Montsec's websites do not work correctly.

What are cookies?

Small files which contain information that allows us to understand how our users navigate through our website, and in this way work on improving its usability. These files have an end date, that can vary from the current session length to a specific time in the future, after which they stop working.

What type of cookies do we use and what is the purpose?

Strictly necessary or technical cookies:

These cookies are necessary for the proper use of the website and permit access to sections that feature security filters. Without these cookies, some or all of the services available would not be operational.

Browser or analysis cookies:

These cookies collect information on how visitors use our website and track that use, for example: page visits, loading errors, etc. The information collected is used in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of the data on the use of the service by users; the main objective is to improve how the website works.

With regard to the processing of data collected through analysis cookies, the Article 29 Working Party (a European data protection consultancy body) has stated that despite the fact that they are not exempt from the obligation of obtaining informed consent for their use, it is not very likely they represent a risk to user privacy as long as they are first-party cookies, process aggregate data for strictly statistical purposes, information is offered on their use and the possibility for users to reject their use is included.

Functional or customisation cookies:

These cookies remember information (such as the user’s name, language or regional location) and more personal characteristics. For example, they make it possible to offer customised content based on the information and criteria voluntarily provided. These cookies can also be used to remember changes made in text size, fonts and other modifiable parts of a website. They are also used to offer some of the services requested such as viewing a video or making a comment on a blog. The information gathered by these cookies may be anonymous and will not track your activity on other websites.

Advertising cookies:

These cookies gather information on the ads shown during your visit to our website in order to adapt the advertising to the device used and provide managed advertising through third parties (ad-servers).

How to manage cookies in the different browsers?

You may allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by changing the settings for the browser installed on your computer.

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