What are cookies?
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Types of cookies
According to the entity that manages the domain from which cookies are sent and uses the information obtained through them, there are two types:
According to the time in which cookies are stored in the user’s browser, these may be:
According to the end use of the data obtained:
Cookies used in our website:
|Own cookies||Type||What are they used for|
|PHPSESSID||Session||Generated by the applications server when creating a user session on the website|
|galician_roots_cookies||Customisation||Cookies policy acceptance cookie|
|Third party cookies||Type||What are they used for|
(__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz)
|Analysis||Knowing how users browse through our website in order to improve the services we offer. This information is anonymous and it is only used with statistical purposes (click here for further information)|
|Google Analytics(_utmx)||Analysis||Carrying out A/B tests in order to measure the effectiveness of changes in design (click here for further information)|
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