Casa Amparo Triana

Cookies policy information, legal notice and privacy policy.

The City Council of Casa Amparo Triana is responsible for the treatment of cookies on the website, its own and those of third parties, which allow to improve the functionality of the sections and the elements present, as well as, the provision of the services offered in our website.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files that are stored on computers - computer, tablet, smartphone -. from which you navigate. They are technical elements, which serve to store data and transmit information to the entity responsible for its installation.
With them we can collect information related to aspects of your browsing (visit, type of browser, location, origin and links visited, time of arrival on the web). But we will also be able to individualize your visit, with the identification of the session.
Types of Cookies.
Cookies can be own (they are sent to the user's terminal from the domain of the editor that provides the service to the user) or third parties (they are sent to the user's terminal by a third party other than the editor of the domain that provides the service to the user).
Depending on their permanence, they can be Session (they are used to collect and store data while the user accesses a website and are removed from the browser at the end of the session or close the browser) or Persistent (the data is kept on the device for a time defined by the responsible even reaching several years.)
The cookies used may be of a technical nature (they allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and use the different options or services that exist in it), for the personalization of the visit (they allow the user to access to the service with some predefined general characteristics based on a series of criteria in the user's terminal), analysis (they allow the person responsible for them to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked, using this information in the measurement of the activity of the web sites and for the elaboration of user navigation profiles).
What Cookies do we use?
We use "analytical" cookies that, together with the information from the hosting server, obtain information related to the number of visits to our website and the sections that are most widely accepted. If you are on our website, cookies will record the session and references.
Our cookies are analytical, because they allow us to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked, using this information to measure the activity of the websites and to create browsing profiles of the websites. users. Some are necessary and without them, the website itself or any of its sections or contained elements cannot be displayed. Others are functional.
Data collected while browsing
The City Council of Casa Amparo Triana only obtains and keeps the following information about visitors to our Website:
The domain name of the provider that gives them access to the network (ISP).
The date and time of access to our Website.
The internet address from which the link that leads to our Website originated.
The number of daily visitors to each section of the Website.
The browser used to view the Website.
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary for the correct use of the website, allowing access to sections. Without these cookies, many of the available services would not be operational.
Navigation Cookies
These cookies collect information on the use that visitors make of the web, for example, page views, loading errors ... It is generic and anonymous information, where personal data is not included, nor is information that identifies visitors collected; the ultimate goal being to improve the functioning of the web.
It allows (n) to analyze the web traffic. It will help to know the visits and activities and is a service offered by Google®. The information collected by the cookie is transmitted and filed on servers in the United States, and can be used to collect information about visitors and offer related services.
You can get more information here.
Functional Cookies
These cookies allow us to remember information (such as your username, language or the region in which you are) and more personal characteristics. These cookies can also be used to remember changes made to the size of the text, fonts and other customizable parts of the web page. The information that these cookies collect may be anonymous and your activity cannot be tracked on other web pages.
These are the cookies that are essential for our website to perform its functions. This includes the service so that users can register and authenticate and perform functions on the web.
Any change or update will be informed to all web users, through notices on our banner or pop-up page.
Do you accept our cookies?
When you access the Casa Amparo Triana Town Council website, an initial banner is displayed informing about the existence of cookies where you can choose different options.
Remember that you must authorize the installation of our cookies. If you do not agree, you can modify the settings as we explained.
How to configure / manage cookies.
Any user of a web page can uninstall or not authorize the installation of cookies. Most browsers offer ways to control cookie behavior. For this you can use the browser configuration parameters -search in configuration-. You can use the private or incognito browsing mode.
Private browsing mode
You can use the private or incognito browsing mode that most browsers on the market allow.
When you use private mode, you prevent visited sites from being saved, tracking cookies from being stored, download history from being saved, or login data from being archived. Passwords or form information are not saved.
What is not avoided is that the internet provider knows the accesses. The IP used by the user is still visible. Access in private mode also does not protect against cyberattacks.
To access private browsing, in Chrome from the configuration tool go to "New incognito window"; in Edge from the configuration tool go to "New InPrivate Window"; in Firefox the access is done from File accessing "New private window"; in IE 11 from Tools access Security and then access "InPrivate Browsing", in Opera you can access from the Menu and accessing "New private window".
There are multiple tools on the market that can help you manage cookies. These tools are designed to prevent the operation of cookies or to block their functions. For example Ghostery or Do NotTrack Me.
Configure browsers
Google Chrome
Go to Settings or Preferences through the File menu or by clicking on the personalization icon that appears on the top right (three dots placed vertically). You will see different sections, click the option Show advanced options or Advanced Settings. Go to Privacy and Security, Content Settings.
Select All cookies and site data. By default you can leave the blocking of cookies predefined in the browser. You just have to define With blocking.
You can also filter using See all cookies and all website data. A list will appear with all the cookies ordered by domain, being able to filter through the search engine. Now you just have to select or block the cookies you want.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
When opening the browser, go to tools at the top and select the internet options tab. Check the Privacy tab making sure it is configured with a medium or lower security level. If the Internet configuration is not medium, cookies will be blocked.
Mozilla Firefox
When you open the browser, click tools at the top. In the more advanced versions it can be represented as three lines in the upper right part of the browser. Select the options tab. Select the Privacy & Security icon. Click on cookies, and site data. Select the options that are presented according to your preferences - clean data, data manager, exceptions. You can accept, leave predefined until when to keep, or block cookies.
When opening the browser, click tools at the top and select the options tab. Click on the Security tab and check if the Block cookies option is checked or not. Click on save.
The installation of cookies on Mac
If you have a Mac and want to manage cookies, follow the instructions below:
Microsoft Internet Explorer OSX
Enter "Explorer" and select "Preferences" from the navigation bar. By scrolling down you will be able to see "Cookies" under the received files. Check "Do not ask again".
Safari on OSX
Enter the Safari browser and select "Preferences" in the navigation bar. Go to the "Security" tab and use the "accept cookies" option. Select the option: "Only from the current site where I am browsing"
Mozilla and Netscape on OSX
Go to "Mozilla" or "Netscape" and at the top of the browser, you will see the option "Preferences". Scroll down until "Cookies" can be seen under "Privacy and Security". Use the option "Allow access of cookies only from the current site"
Enter the "Opera" browser and select "Menu" and "Settings" in the navigation bar. Select "Preferences" and use the "Advanced" tab. Use the option "Accept cookies".
Cookie information on other devices
Android devices: launch the browser and press the "Menu" key, then "Settings". Go to "Security and Privacy", and go to the option "Accept cookies" to activate or deactivate the box.
Apple devices: to enable or disable blocking cookies in Safari, tap Settings> Safari> Block all cookies.
To clear your history and cookies, you can go to Settings> Safari> Clear history and website data.
To clear cookies and keep history, go to Settings> Safari> Advanced> Website data> Delete all data.
To visit sites without leaving a history, you just need to turn private browsing on or off.
Do you know the tracking technologies?
Both web pages and emails -HTML-, may include other tracking technologies, for example: the so-called "web beacons".
The "web beacons" small "transparent" images that can provide statistical information, and have similar purposes to cookies. They are often used in conjunction with cookies, although they are not stored directly.
If you disable cookies, the "web beacons" may still be running, but with more restricted functionality.
You can expand the information
Do not hesitate to consult our Data Protection Delegate, by sending an email to the address [email protected]

Legal warning
This website is owned by the Casa Amparo Triana City Council.
2899 Dennison Street, s / n
95370, Casa Amparo Triana
Tel. (+34) 985 848 043 Fax 985 848 563 [email protected]

The information that appears on the Website is current on the date of its last update. The City Council reserves the right to update, modify or eliminate said information, and may limit or deny access to this Website. Likewise, it reserves the right to make, at any time and without prior notice, whatever changes and modifications it deems appropriate.
Formal or numerical errors that may be found throughout the content of the different sections of the Website, produced as a result of incomplete or defective maintenance and / or updating of the information contained in this Website, will not be considered as misleading advertising. The City Council, as a consequence of the provisions of this section, undertakes to correct it as soon as it becomes aware of said errors.
Access to this Website and any of its pages implies knowing and accepting the legal warnings, conditions and terms of use that appear below.
The City Council reserves the right to unilaterally modify the conditions and terms of use of this Website. Any modification of the same will be conveniently announced through this page and will be effective from the moment of its publication.
Fair use
The user agrees to use this page without incurring in activities that may be considered illicit or illegal, that infringe the rights of the City Council or third parties, or that may damage, disable, overburden or deteriorate the Service or prevent its normal use.
Specifically and without limitation, it is prohibited:
Any form of violation of the rights of third parties (right to privacy and to one's own image, intellectual and industrial property rights, etc.).
Perform, using the contents of this Website, any type of advertising such as sending unsolicited emails (spam) or similar communication.
Introducing computer viruses, defective files, or any other software or computer program that may cause damage or unauthorized alterations to the content or systems accessible through this Website.
The user must refrain from obtaining the content using means or procedures other than those that have been made available for this purpose, have been indicated on this Website or are usually used on the Internet and, in the latter case, always that do not entail a risk of damage or disablement of the service and its contents.
The user will be solely responsible for the infractions that may be incurred or for the damages that may be caused to third parties by the improper and illegitimate use of this Website.
The City Council will not be responsible for possible damages that may arise from interference, omissions, interruptions, computer viruses, telephone breakdowns or disconnections in the operational functioning of this electronic system, caused by reasons beyond the control of the City Council, delays or blockages in use of this electronic system caused by deficiencies or overloads of telephone lines, overloads in the Internet system or in other electronic systems.
The City Council does not guarantee the veracity nor is it responsible for the consequences that may arise from errors in the content provided by third parties that may appear on this Website.
Likewise, the City Council is not responsible for the content, products or services that can be viewed through electronic links (links), directly or indirectly, through this Website. These links do not represent any type of relationship between the City Council and the individuals or entities that own the pages to which they give access. The City Council reserves the right to unilaterally withdraw the links that appear on its Website at any time.
The City Council is exempt from liability for "cookies" that third parties may install on the hard drive of the user's computer, as well as for typographical errors or inaccuracies that may be seen in the contents of its Website.
The rights of reproduction, distribution, transformation and public communication of this Website are owned by the City Council. All texts, designs, content, structure, databases, logos, source codes and other elements of the Website are protected by the legislation and international treaties in force on the matter.
The user, solely and exclusively, can use the material that appears on this Website for their personal and private use, its use for commercial purposes or to engage in illegal activities is prohibited. All rights derived from intellectual property are expressly reserved by the City Council.
Any exploitation of all or part of the content of this Website, carried out in any way or by any means, electronic, mechanical or otherwise, is strictly prohibited without the prior written permission of the City Council. The infringement of these rights may lead to judicial, civil or criminal proceedings.
The City Council only obtains and keeps the following information about visitors to our Website:
The domain name of the provider that gives them access to the network (ISP).
The date and time of access to our Website.
The internet address from which the link that leads to our Website originated.
The number of daily visitors to each section of the Website.
The browser used to view the Website.
The City Council informs users about the policy followed in the treatment of Personal Data:
The treatment of Personal Data, collected through the forms on the Website, is intended to maintain the relationship that may be established with the City Council, as well as the performance of information, marketing tasks (task the latter always identified as such) and other activities of the City Council.
The City Council has adopted the technical and organizational measures, as well as the legally required security levels in accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, on the Protection of Personal Data (LOPD) and the regulations that develop.
The owners of the data may exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition, in the terms provided in Organic Law 15/1999, in the terms provided in the Law by sending a letter to: (Ref. Data Protection) - Casa Amparo Triana City Council (California)

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2899 Dennison Street, 1
95370, Casa Amparo Triana
Principality of California

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Telephone: (+34) 985848005