Cookies policy

Accessing and browsing the web or using the services of it implies the acceptance of our use of cookies and this Policy.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small files sent to the browser used by your computer, which are used to try to recognize the user, in order to store, retrieve and / or update data that allow us to facilitate the use and navigation through the web page , guarantee access to certain features and, additionally, help us to improve the quality of the page according to the habits and styles of navigation of each one.

Whenever you can relate to a particular computer and a browser with a user, it may be affected by your privacy and, therefore, we inform you that you can disable cookies by configuring your browser.

To disable cookies

The user who does not wish to receive or keep cookies on his computer or want to be informed of its fixation to configure his preferences, can do it from his navigator. In the event of disabling cookies, some features on the web may not respond correctly.

You can find information on how to uninstall cookies, depending on the browser you use, at the following addresses:

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Typology of cookies used on this website

In order to guarantee your privacy and for you to have full decision-making capacity in relation to their use, we inform you that Fundación Privada Solidaridad UB uses or can use the following types of cookies:

  • Technical cookies: these are those that allow the user to navigate through the website or the application and use of the different options or services that exist therein. For example, identify the session, balance the load for a session, perform the application for registration or participation in an event, use security features during navigation and store content for the dissemination of videos or sound.
  • Analytical cookies or statistical analysis: these cookies are established by Google Analytics and are used to count how many people visit our webpages. We also use this information to perform statistical analysis and write reports that help us improve our web pages. These cookies collect information anonymously about our visitors, including the number of visitors to our website, identifying the websites that have redirected them to ours, the pages they have visited in our website, the time spent on each page, the elements that have been used … (See
  • Session cookies: those that expire when the user closes the browser. That is, they are files that are assigned to the device from which they are browsed only during their visit to our website and automatically disappear when the browser is closed.

All these cookies help us improve the service we offer, because, in this way, we can guarantee that our users find the information they want.

You can check our Privacy Policy here.

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