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24 SEPTEMBER 2017

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Last update 08/04/2015

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Cookies used on this page

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

  1. Watching video
    1. Functionality: We use jwplayer cookies to remember your preferences for video, volume and whether you have muted the soundtrack, etc.
    2. Name: jwplayer.mute and jwplayer.volume
    3. ­Type of cookie:
      1. ­Entity: Own:
      2. ­Permanence: Session
  2. Security:
    1. Functionality: There is an applications firewall that uses cookies to block malicious traffic, attacks on the Senate systems, etc.
    2. Name: TS01faa50d and senpers
    3. Type of cookie:
      1. ­Entity: Own:
      2. Permanence: Session

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

  1. Weather information
    1. Functionality: Uses "eltiempo.es" cookies to display information about the weather.
    2. Name: etsk
    3. Type of cookie:
      1. ­Entity: Third party
      2. Permanence: Session
  2. Google maps
    1. 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.
    2. Name: _NID y _PREF
    3. Type of cookie:
      1. ­Entity: Third party
      2. Permanence: Session
  3. Captcha in forms
    1. Functionality: This cookie temporarily stores the human interface code in the forms, blocking bot access to the system.
    2. Name: Captcha
    3. Type of cookie:
      1. ­Entity: Third party
      2. Permanence: Session
  4. Twitter
    1. Functionality: The Twitter social plugin is a tool you can use to share information with your Twitter contacts and/or friends.
    2. Name: _utma and _utmb
    3. Type of cookie:
      1. Entity: Third party
      2. Permanence: Session
  5. Google Analytics
    1. 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.
    2. Names and more information
    3. Type of cookie:
      1. Entity: Third party
      2. Permanence: Session

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