Online course “Tools for Hybridization of Science and Society”. Session 2: “Talking to Worms”
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Types of cookies
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Finally, there is a further classification of five types of cookies according to the purpose for which the data obtained is processed: technical cookies, personalization cookies, analytics cookies, advertising cookies and behavioral cookies.
For more information in this regard, you can refer to the Spanish Data Protection Agency’s Cookie Use Guide.
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The University of Granada website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service developed by Google, which allows the measurement and analysis of navigation on web pages. In your browser you can see the cookies from this service. According to the previous classification, these are session and analysis cookies.
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