What are cookies?
Cookies are small files saved by your browser that are used by every visitor to our Web Site so the server can remember a user’s visit for the future when they come back to access our content. This information does not reveal your identity or any personal data and it does not access content stored on your computer. It does, however, allow our system to identify you as a specific user who has visited the Web Site before and viewed certain pages, etc. and it also makes it possible to save personal preferences and technical information.
In compliance with Directive 2009/136/CE, enacted in our legislation by the second section of article 22 of the LSSI (Spanish law for Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce) according to the directives of the AEPD (Spanish Data Protection Authority), we are informing you of the use we make of cookies on our Web Site.
There is a classification of cookies into categories below. However, you must realize that a single cookie may be included in more than one category.
- First party cookies: Cookies sent to the user’s computer from a device or domain managed by the publisher them self.
- Third party cookies: Cookies that are sent to a user’s computer from a device or domain that is not managed by the publisher but by another entity that processes the data.
- Session cookie: A kind of cookie designed to collect and store data while a user is accessing a web site.
- Persistent cookie: A kind of cookie where the data stays stored on the computer and may be accessed and processed for a period of time defined by the authorised owner of the cookie, which may range from a few minutes to several years.
- Technical cookies: Cookies that allow users to navigate a web site, platform or application and use different options or services on it.
- Personalisation cookies: Cookies that allow users to access a service with some predefined general characteristics depending on criteria in the user’s computer.
- Advertising cookies: Cookies that make it possible to manage, as effectively as possible, advertising spaces that the publisher has included in a web site.
- Behavioural advertising cookies: Cookies that make it possible to manage, as effectively as possible, advertising spaces that the publisher has included in a web site. These cookies store information about a user’s behaviour obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which makes it possible to create a specific profile for showing advertising depending on the profile.
- Analysis cookies: These cookies let their owner monitor and analyse the behaviour of users of web sites they are associated with. The information collected using this kind of cookie is used for measuring the activity of web sites, in order to make improvements depending on the analysis of the usage data for the users of the service.
Currently, most web browsers come configured by default to block the installation of advertising and third party cookies. Users can expand the origin restrictions to block all kinds of cookies, or eliminate those restrictions and accept the entrance of any kind of cookie. If you’re interested in allowing advertising or third party cookies you can configure your browser to do so.
User acceptance by clicking on the ACCEPT button shown in the initial information about cookies implies that you are expressly giving consent to the owner to use the cookies. You may exercise your rights and revoke consent at any time with a request to the Homeless Film Festival.
We provide detailed information below about all the cookies that may be installed by our Web Site. Depending on how you browse, the configuration of your browser and whether you accept or block cookies, some or all of the cookies may be installed.
If you don’t want your browser to save cookies, or you prefer to receive information every time a cookie asks to be installed, you can configure your browsing settings to work that way. Most browsers let cookies be managed in three different ways.
- Cookies are always blocked.
- The browser asks the user if they want to install every cookie.
- Cookies are always accepted.
Your browser can have the possibility of a detailed selection of cookies you want to be installed on your computer. Specifically, users can usually accept one of the following options:
- Block cookies from specific domains.
- Block third party cookies.
- Accept cookies in a non-persistent way (they are deleted when the browser is closed).
- Let the server create cookies for a different domain.
To allow, block, delete or view cookies installed on your computer you can do it using the configuration settings of the browser installed on your computer.
You can find information about how to configure the most commonly used browsers at the following locations:
- Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Configuration For more information see Microsoft support or Help in your browser.
- Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Personalised Configuration For more information see Mozilla support or Help in your browser.
- Chrome: Configuration -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Content settings For more information see Google support or Help in your browser.
- Safari: Preferences -> Security For more information see Apple support or Help in your browser.