A cookie is data file sent by the servers of In Situ Art Projects website to the browsing device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) of whoever accesses the site, used to store and retrieve information about the browsing activity in such device.
There are a large number of resources that explain what cookies are and what they are used for. Here, we will focus on explaining how these cookies affect the In Situ Art Projects website.
The link below will give you access to a cookies guide edited by the Spanish Data Protection Agency (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos):
In Situ Art Projects uses different types of cookies:
1. Technical cookies:
These cookies allow users to navigate the site and make use of different options and services therein, e.g. controlling traffic and data communication, accessing restricted areas, submitting enrollment or participation applications for an event, using security elements while browsing, storing content for broadcasting video or sound, or sharing content through social networks.
2. Performance cookies:
These cookies collect data about how you navigate the site (e.g., webpages visited or whether an error has occurred) and help In Situ Art Projects to trace and solve problems in it.
All information gathered in these cookies is completely anonymous and helps us understand how our site is functioning and make the appropriate improvements to facilitate your browsing.
These cookies will enable In Situ Art Projects to collect data on how the user navigates the site for the purpose of gaining insight about its usability and helping us implement the necessary improvements.
They will not collect user information usable for advertising purposes or information about the user’s preferences (such as your user data) beyond this particular visit.
1. Analytics cookies:
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