Cookies Policy

This policy details how we use cookies in relation with users' privacy. For a more detailed version of our terms of use and other privacy related information, please read this this page.

This website, as most websites do, uses cookies to enhance browsing experience, and may collect certain information about your usage. This policy includes information about what cookies are, what types of cookies we use, how you can disable them in your browser and how to completelely deactivate third party cookies.



What are cookies?

Cookies are digital files downloaded to your computer while you browse most web pages. Cookies allow websites to operate, and to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user, his or her device and, depending on the information they store and the device usage, they could potentially identify the user.  



Cookie types used in this website



  • First party cookies:  are those sent to the user's device from a server or domain managed by the site publisher and used to provide the services requested by the user.
  • Third party cookies:  are those sent to the user's device from a server or domain which is not owned nor managed by the site publisher, but by other entity that process data obtained from cookies.
  • Session cookies:  are a type of cookies designed to store and receive data while the user is browsing a site, but just for this time.
  • Persistent cookies:  are a type of cookies that store data in the device across different sessions, for a time set by the entity that creates and manages the cookie. This time can last a few minutes or even several years.
  • Analytics cookies:  are those first or third party cookies that allow website publishers to count the number of visitors and perform statistical analysis about the website usage and services provided. They are used to improve offered services and browsing experience.
  • Ad cookies:  are cookies managed by those third parties that manage ads displayed spaces in the website. They vary on the type of campaign, and allows ad managers and publishers to track the effectivenes and relevance of ad campaigns, provide personalised ads to users and even personalise ads displayed while browsing other websites based in your interests.
     
  • Social cookies:  are cookies managed by external social networks to allow visitors to interact with the content in different social platforms, or to display personalised content from this platforms. Each of these social networks has her own privacy policy about the cookie usage they perform.



How can I block or allow cookies?

Privacy protection measures

Each user can configure his or her device to allow or block cookies by default, or to get a warning every time the computer is trying to store or delete a cookie. Instructions to do so can be found at the security configuration settings page of your browser.

To follow a step by step tutorial on how to completely disable cookies for several commonly used browsers (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari or Opera), follow this link: disabling cookies in different browsers

You can block cookies for any site in most browsers. However, some features of our site could work properly.

Most browsers have an "incognito" (Chrome), "InPrivate" (Edge and Explorer) or "private" (Safari, Firefox, Opera) mode. Using this mode, all cookies will be deleted after you close the browser, so your information can't be tracked from one session to other. Using this mode, every browsing session all user's cookies will be set as new by the sites visited, making the user appear to websites as a completely new user, and reducing the total information that cookies can store about a especific user. That's why in private mode browsing you see "accept cookies" and other similar messages from sites you previously accepted or denied

 

How can I modify or revoke my previous consent?

When a user has previously provided an explicit cookie usage consent, the message requesting consent is not displayed anymore. If he or she wants to revoke or modify that consent, in order to get the cookie consent message displayed again, the user must remove cookies associated with our domain freestoriesforkids.com, preferently, or at least the cookie named FCCDCF. This way the options to manage the ookie consent will be displayed next time the user browses our site.

 

List and technical description of Cookies

 

  • Cookies for the web to work properly:
Name Owner Duration Usage
has_js Freestoriesforkids Persistent (1 year) Verifies javascript can be used (commoly used in drupal based sites)

Drupal_UID, SESSION

Freestoriesforkids 23 days Identifies the user (only if the user is a subscriber and logged in).
LOGGED_IN Freestoriesforkids session Identification of logged in users

TestVersion

Freestoriesforkids Permanent Identifies if the user firstly arrived to the beta version of the site or the primary one.
  • Analytics cookies:
Name Owner Duration Usage
__utma Google analytics 2 years Unique visitor identification
__utmb Google analytics 30 minutes Browsing user analysis for one session
__utmc Google analytics Session Identifies new visits of old users
__utmz Google analytics 12h Identifies the site the visit came from
  • Ad cookies:
Owner Privacy policy
Google https://www.google.es/intl/es/policies/?fg=1
Double Click (__gads)  http://www.google.com/intl/es/policies/privacy/

 *This listing includes entities that help us to manage our ad campaigns. Use their Privacy Policies to get detailed information about the way the store and manage information using cookies.

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