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What are cookies?

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How do they work and what do they do?

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What cookies does the Pobles Obrers website use?

  • _unam: Functional cookie. Quantifies the number of users who share a content.
  • _utma: 2 year duration. Count the number of visits from a device.
  • _utmz: Duration cookie. Saves the source through which the user enters the website.
  • _ga: Analytical cookie. Duration: 2 years. It is useful to check which people have visited the website by tracking it if they have visited it before.
  • _gid: Analytical cookie. Duration of 24 hours. It is used to check which people are visiting the website and whether they have visited it before.
  • ci sessions: Technical cookie. Identifies the session provided by the server. Identify the users who have logged in to the site.
  • csrf: Functional cookie. Protects against counterfeiting of cross-site requests (CSRF)
  • Pref_lang: Functional cookie. It is used to monitor the language preference based on the user.
  • wp-settings-1: Technical cookie. Expires when the browser is clicked. Biscuit used by WordPress to customize the user interface.
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