COOKIES POLICY

Last update 21/05/2019

Cookies are files containing information which are downloaded to your browsing device at the request of the page you are visiting in order to recognise you, allowing you to navigate more efficiently and to adapt its operation to the device you are using to browse the page.

Cookies used on this page

The Senate webpage uses its own cookies for the following internal functions:

Watching video

Functionality

We use jwplayer cookies to remember your preferences for video, volume and whether you have muted the soundtrack, etc.

Name

jwplayer.mute and jwplayer.volume

Type of cookie

  • Entity: Own
  • Permanence: Session

Security

Functionality

There is an applications firewall that uses cookies to block malicious traffic, attacks on the Senate systems, etc.

Name

TS01faa50d and senpers

Type of cookie

  • Entity: Own
  • Permanence: Session

Cookies are also used in the following external programmes used by the website:

Weather information

Functionality

Uses "eltiempo.es" cookies to display information about the weather.

Name

etsk

Type of cookie

  • Entity: Third party
  • Permanence: Session

Google maps

Functionality

Google Maps cookies log the user's origin and keywords. It also generates a unique prefix, which it uses to count the number of times you visit the site.

Name

_NID y _PREF

Type of cookie

  • Entity: Third party
  • Permanence: Session

Google Analytics

Functionality

Google Analytics is a simple, easy-to-use tool that helps website owners measure how users interact with website content. As a user navigates between web pages, Google Analytics provides website owners JavaScript tags (libraries) to record information about the page a user has seen, for example the URL of the page. The Google Analytics JavaScript libraries use HTTP Cookies to "remember" what a user has done on previous pages / interactions with the website.

Names and more information

Type of cookie

  • Entity: Third party
  • Permanence: Session

The Senate Website cookies will never read data from your hard drive or store cookies created by other providers.

Changing your cookies settings.

You can restrict, block or delete the Senate’s cookies from your browser. The method for doing this is different for each browser. See the "help" function for instructions.

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