The Cookies Policy provides clear and accurate information about the cookies we use in the Public International Law and International Relations Department of University of Granada web page.
What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small file that the web sites you visit send to your browser which allow the web site to store information, such as your preferred language and other options, about your visit, to facilitate your next visit and offer a better site visit. Cookies play a very important role in improving the user’s web browsing.
Types of Cookies
Depending on who manages the domain which sends the cookies or processes the data they obtain, there are two types of cookies: own cookies and third-party cookies.
Cookies may also be classified depending on how long they are stored in your browser: session cookies or persistent cookies.
Finally, cookies may be classified into five types depending on the purpose for which they are processed: technical cookies, customization cookies, analytics cookies, advertising cookies and behavioural advertising cookies.
The cookies, their types and function used by the Portal are outlined below:
The Public International Law and International Relations Department of University of Granada web page uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, which allows the measurement and analysis of website traffic. You will find their cookies in your browser. In line with the definitions above, these are own cookies, session cookies and analytics cookies.
Web analytics provides us with information about the number of visitors to our web, the number of page views, the frequency and repetition of visits, their duration, the browser used, the operator providing the service, the language, the terminal you use (desktop vs. mobile) and the city to which your IP address is assigned. This information allows us to provide a better user experience for the Portal’s visitors.
Your anonymity is guaranteed as Google gathers the information anonymously, truncating your IP address before storing it. In this way, Google Analytics is not used to locate or gather personally identifiable information from site visitors. Google may only send the information provided by Google Analytics to third parties when it is legally required to do so. In accordance with Google Analytics service provision conditions, Google will not associate your IP address with any other data retained by Google.
Acceptance of the Cookies Policy
You can restrict, block or delete Public International Law and International Relations Department of University of Granada cookies or cookies on any web page using your browser.