A cookie is a file downloaded to your computer when you access certain Web pages. Cookies allow a Web page to, among other things, store and retrieve data on the browsing habits of a user or their device. Depending on the information in the cookies and how you use your computer, cookies may be used to recognise you.
Cookies are useful for several reasons. From a technical point of view, they allow web pages to run faster and to be adapted to the User’s preferences, such as storing their language or the currency of their country. In addition, they help those responsible for the websites to improve the services they offer, thanks to the statistical information they collect through them. Finally, they allow us to make the advertising we display more efficient.
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The information collected through Cookies may be used both by City Cancer Challenge and by third-party collaborating companies, such as advertising network operators and agents and/or advertises, for the purposes described in the previous section.
Some of these third-parties may be located in third countries whose legislation does not offer an equivalent level of data protection; however, the User may consult the appropriate guarantees they offer to ensure that international transfers of data are carried out taking into account the rights and freedoms of the data subjects.
The User can find out more about these third-parties, as well as the types of cookies they install, the purposes for which they process the data, the guarantees they offer to carry out international transfers, the retention periods, and how preferences can be configured with respect to them, through their privacy policies. In any case, City Cancer Challenge is not liable for the accuracy and content of the privacy policies offered by such third parties on their websites.
Taking into account the information provided in this Cookies Policy, below we explain how you can manage the cookies used on the Web via the different options of the most common browsers (Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera). The “Help” functionality of most browsers tells you how to configure your browser to not accept cookies, to notify you whenever you receive a new cookie and to completely disable all cookies.
You can also disable or delete similar data used by browser add-ons, such as “Flash Cookies”, by changing the settings of these add-ons. For more information, visit the websites of the add-on manufacturers.
For instance, you can find out how to manage your cookie preferences in the most common browsers
via the following links:
If you use a different browser, see the documentation for your browser.
The opt-out mechanism creates a cookie that allows us to remember that you don’t want additional cookies. However, if you delete your cookies after opting out, you will have to opt out again.
These changes only apply to the browser via which you are currently connected. To delete cookies in other devices, you must follow the process described in those devices.
This Cookies Policy was revised and published on January 28, 2020.
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