The cookies used on our Website are our own and from third parties, and allow us to store and access information on the type of browser used and other general characteristics that are predefined by the user, as well as to track and analyse their activity, enabling us to improve our services, making them more efficient and personalised. MEDIACREST ENTERTAINMENT, S.L., does not use advertising or behavioural advertising cookies.
There are many benefits to using cookies when it comes to providing information society services, given that, among other things, they: (i) help users to browse the Website and access the different services it offers; (ii) save users from having to set up the default general characteristics each time they enter the Website; (iii) help companies improve how their websites perform as well as the services provided through the Website, thanks to the analysis of the information obtained through the installed cookies.
However, you can set up your browser to accept or reject all cookies, or select which ones can be installed and which cannot, following one of the procedures below, depending on the browser used:
Google Chrome (in the Toolbar)
Settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy
(Content Settings) > Cookies
More information: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
Microsoft Internet Explorer (in the Toolbar)
Internet Options > Privacy > Advanced
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Options > Privacy > Cookies
More information: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enhanced-tracking-protection-firefox-desktop
Safari, iPad, iPhone
Preferences > Privacy
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On its Website, MEDIACREST ENTERTAINMENT, S.L. uses:
These are needed for the transmission of communication across an electronic communications network or are strictly required for the provision of a specifically requested information society service. Changing the settings on your browser to prevent the installation of these cookies may make it impossible to browse the Website or enjoy the specifically requested service.
CookieOwnerDurationPurposeLevelXSRF-TOKEN.mediacrest.es1hProtection against attacks through Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF). Cross-Site Request Forgery is a kind of malicious exploit of a website where unauthorised commands are executed on behalf of an authenticated user.1laravel_session.mediacrest.es1hThey store login information which does not identify the user personally.1
These allow the behaviour of the Website’s users to be tracked and analysed.
CookieOwnerDurationPurposeLevel_gagoogle.com2 yearsUsed to distinguish users.2_gatgoogle.com1 minUsed to limit the percentage of requests, if Google Analytics is deployed via Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be named _dc_gtm_.2_gidgoogle.com24hUsed to distinguish users.2_hjidhotjar.com1 yearThis cookie is set when the client first arrives at a page with the Hotjar script. It is used to persist the website’s unique Hotjar user ID on the browser. This ensures that behaviour on subsequent visits to the same site will be attributed to the same user ID.2_hjIncludeInSamplehotjar.com1 yearThis session cookie is set for Hotjar to know if the visitor is included in the sample that is used to generate funnels.2
Cookies intrusiveness levels
The cookies described above incorporate an “intrusiveness level” criterion based on a scale of 1 to 3, in which:
Refers to internal-use, anonymous cookies needed to maintain content and browsing, as well as cookies managed by third parties in the context of services specifically requested by the user on their websites.
Refers to cookies managed by third parties in the context of services that have not been specifically requested by the user, which allow users to be tracked through websites of which MEDIACREST ENTERTAINMENT, S.L., is not the owner. (eg.: graphic advertising management platforms). This level is specified along with its owner. The use of level-3 cookies is subject to the user’s prior consent and must be explicitly accepted by them.