Pursuant to Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December 1999 on the Protection of Personal Data, you are informed that the data collected in this form will be included in an automated file of personal data owned by Fundación ProFuturo. The purpose of this automated file is Registered users for the exchange of information and content and to receive calls and invitations to events organised by Fundación ProFuturo, through their website or by any other means. FUNDACIÓN PROFUTURO, with head offices in Gran Vía 28. 28013 Madrid, Spain and as the responsible party for the file, guarantees the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition of the data provided, by sending a letter, accompanied by a copy of your Identity Card, to FUNDACIÓN PROFUTURO at the aforementioned address. By submitting the requested information, the interested party expressly consents to their data being incorporated into the Fundación ProFuturo file, in accordance with the purposes described above. The user will take sole responsibility for forms being completed with data that are false, inexact, incomplete or not up-to-date.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files some platforms, such as websites, may install on your computer. They have many varied uses, for example: storing your browsing preferences, collecting statistics, enabling certain technical features and so on. Occasionally, cookies are used to store basic information about the browsing habits of a user or device and may in some cases be able to recognise said user or device.
|SESSXXXX||Technical||This technical cookie is a session identifier provided by the server. It is used to identify a user who has logged on to our Website and to offer the content he/she requires.|
|JSESSIONID||Technical||This technical cookie is a session identifier provided by the server. It is used to identify a user who has logged on to our Website and to offer the content he/she requires.|
|PHPSESSID||Technical||This technical cookie is a session identifier provided by the server. It is used to identify a user who has logged on to our Website and to offer the content he/she requires.|
|COOK||Technical||This technical cookie is a session identifier provided by the balancer. It is used to identify a user who has logged on to our Website and to offer the content he/she requires.|
|_icl_visitor_lang_js||Technical||This technical cookie lets us see the language of your browser in order to show you personalised content in your browser language.|
|_icl_current_language||Technical||This technical cookie lets us know the language you selected on our Website.|
|qtrans_cookie_test||Technical||This technical cookie lets us know the language you selected on our Website.|
|__utma||Analytical||This cookie keeps track of the number of times a user has been on a site and when his/her first and last visits took place.|
|__utmb||Analytical||This cookie helps calculate the length of a user’s visit by storing the time he/she logged on.|
|__utmc||Analytical||This cookie helps calculate the length of a user’s visit by storing the time he/she logged off.|
|__utmt||Analytical||This cookie helps limit data collection on high-traffic sites.|
|__utmv||Analytical||This cookie helps calculate the visitor’s behaviour and site performance.|
|__utmz||Analytical||This cookie identifies the source of incoming site traffic so Google can tell site owners where visitors came from to get to the site.|
|IMRID||Analytical||This cookie stores the start and end of the user session for Nielsen statistics.|
|__cfduid||Analytical||This technical session cookie is used by CloudFlare to measure visits.|
|uc_session||Externa||Session cookie used to include links offered by Dropbox and improve user browsing.|
|c_user||Externa||Facebook session cookies appearing on pages that use the Facebook “Like” button; used to identify the user on Facebook.|
|BX||Externa||These cookies are enabled on Flickr widget pages. They can be attributed to both Flickr and Yahoo! (owned by Flickr). “BX” cookies are enabled for all users and the others are only if the user is logged on to his/her Flickr account. Yahoo! may use the information collected to provide the user with ads based on his/her browsing activity and interests.|
|cookie_accid||Externa||Flickr session cookies used to identify the user.|
|ACCOUNT_CHOOSER||Externa||When you create or sign in to a Google account the PREF, NID, HSID, APISID, SID, SSID, SAPISID, GAPS, LSID, BEAT and ULS cookies are stored on your computer to keep you connected to your Google account when you visit its services again. As long as you keep the session open and use complements on other websites like ours, Google will use these cookies to enhance your user experience.The Google+1 button used on our website is hosted by Google. Your browser sends the cookie information required by Google if you remain signed in to your account; this data is used by Google to associate it with your account.
On our Website, we use Google Maps to display geographic locations. Its use implies the transfer of cookies; PREF, NID, SNID, khcookie and the cookies required by Google if you remain signed in to your account, managed entirely by Google.
On some pages of our Website, we have embedded YouTube videos; this is a Google service. Its use implies the transfer of cookies: PREF, NID, LOGIN_INFO, ACTIVITY, dkv, USE_HITBOX, demographics, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC, and the cookies required by Google if you remain signed in to your account, in order to view embedded videos, estimate bandwidth and show how many times they have been played.
|_lipt||Externa||LinkedIn session cookie designed to enable LinkedIn features on the page, such as the share button.|
|guest_id||Externa||Twitter technical session cookie used to display content from Twitter, Timelines, Follow and Mention buttons.|
|bb2_screener_||Externa||Technical session cookie from the Bad Behaviour plugin to avoid spam.|
|__atuvc||Externa||These session cookies are associated with the AddThis social sharing widget; this plugin is used to share content on different social media.|
|AO||Externa||Yahoo technical session cookies. When you create or start a session with a Yahoo account, the AO, B, F, PH, SSL, T, ucs, Y, YLS and YP cookies are stored on your computer to keep you connected to your Yahoo account when you visit its services again. This information is stored when you use content-sharing with the AddThis plugin.|
Why are they important?
Cookies are useful for various reasons. From a technical point of view, they allow websites to work more quickly and adapt to your preferences, for example by remembering your language or the currency of your country. What’s more, they help webmasters improve their services thanks to the statistical information they collect.
What type of cookies does this website use?
This website uses only statistical analysis cookies, which can be processed by us or by third parties. They let us quantify the number of visitors and perform statistical analyses of how users use our services. This allows us to analyse how users browse our website.
How can I manage my cookie settings?
You can allow, disable or delete the cookies installed on your device by adjusting the settings on your Internet browser. Here’s how:
- Google Chrome (under Tools)
Settings> Show Advanced Options> Privacy (Content Settings)> Cookies
- Microsoft Internet Explorer (under Tools)
Internet Options> Privacy> Advanced
Options> Privacy> Cookies
- Safari , iPad y iPhone
Settings> Options> Advanced> Cookies