2. About cookies
2.1 A cookie is a file containing an identifier (a string of letters and numbers) that is sent by a web server to a web browser and is stored by the browser. The identifier is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.
2.2 Cookies may be either “persistent” cookies or “session” cookies: a persistent cookie will be stored by a web browser and will remain valid until its set expiry date, unless deleted by the user before the expiry date; a session cookie, on the other hand, will expire at the end of the user session, when the web browser is closed.
2.3 Cookies do not typically contain any information that personally identifies a user, but personal information that we store about you may be linked to the information stored in and obtained from cookies.
2.4 Cookies can be used by web servers to identify and track users as they navigate different pages on a website and identify users returning to a website.
3. Our cookies
3.1 Types and purposes of cookies.
Below is a list of cookies that can be found on FINDoC and a brief description of their purpose. None of them retains personally identifiable information about the user. Some cookies personalize the visit, others remember preferences, while others only provide visitor statistics.
FINDoC: wtw_first_visited, __io_roomid, userCulture_1 – Cookies to control the users session and save his preferences, like: visitor statistics, language and browser settings, etc. to improve the user experience.www.findoc.co.uk: ASPNET_SessionID – Cookie to recover statistical information about the users sessions.
Google Analytics: _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz – Cookies used for analytical and statistical purposes.
Facebook: datr, locale, reg_fb_gate, reg_fb_ref, fmb_123471521015280 o fc: – Facebook cookies that facilitate the use of the site, depending if the user is logged in to his FB profile. These cookies also store data on the use of Facebook Connect, or if the user gives us a Facebook “Like”.
Google.com: NID, ID de Canal: – Cookies that store information about the users navigation history in order to show him personalized content.
Accounts.google.com: GALX, GAPS, Google AccountsLocale_Session – Cookies used to improve the users experience on the website.
Fonts.googleapis.com: web, ID de Canal – Google API Cookies to improve the websites layout.
GoogleUsercontent.com: ID de Canal – Cookies that store information about the content the user visited.
Google: NID, OGPC – Cookies that improve navigation and user experience.
Twitter.com: Guest_id – Cookie that allows Twitter to identify its users in other websites.
Youtube.com: ID de canal – Cookie that allows Youtube to identify its users in other websites.
Accounts.youtube.com: CheckConnection TempCookie, GoogleAccountsLocale_session: – Additional cookies of Youtube to identify its users in other websites.
Gstatic.com: Id de Canal – Cookie that stores information in an anonymous way about the habits of users and visitors of a particular website.
ajax.googleapis.com: Id de Canal – This cookie allows Google to improve the users experience on the website.
Doubleclick: ID, ID de Canal, _drt_ – Cookies that allow to better target advertising and offer relevant ads for the user, based on his navigation history and interests.
The user can set his browser to accept or reject the cookies or to have the browser notify him when a server wants to send a cookie to their computer or delete them. Here you can find instructions about the security settings on various Web browsers.
– If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu> Internet Options> Privacy> Settings.
– If you use Firefox, the menu item Tools> Options> Privacy> Cookies.
– If you use Google Chrome in the menu Settings> Privacy
– If you use Safari on the menu Preferences> Security
You can use the “Help” section in the toolbar of most browsers to change the settings of your computer, however, some of the features of our online services may not work or may be more difficult to access If you reject all cookies.
Most browsers allow you to turn on a private mode whereby cookies are deleted after each visit. Depending on the browser, “Private mode” thus may have different names, below you can find a list of the most common browsers and different names for this “Private mode”:
– Internet Explorer 8 and above: InPrivate
– Firefox 3.5 and above: Private Browsing
– Google Chrome 10 and above: Incognito
– Safari 2 and above: Private Browsing
– Opera 10.5 and higher: Private Browsing
Please carefully read the help section of your browser to learn more about how to activate the “private mode”. You can still visit our Web while your browser is set to “Private mode”, however, the user experience may not be optimal and some utilities may not work.
FINDoC thanks you for accepting cookies, this helps us to obtain more detailed data and allows us to improve the content and layout of our website to suit better our users preferences.