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Which cookies does the Fundació Antoni Tàpies use?
Here we list the cookies used at www.fundaciotapies.org, along with a description of their functions:
|Used to identify the user and to know their preferences.
|It allows to establish and remember the language in which the Web page is viewed.
|By checking whether the web browser has cookies enabled.
|It is used to protect the Web against malicious attacks.
|Used to offer security when browsing the Web page.
|Used for security reasons to avoid attacks on the Web.
|Used to customize the user interface.
|These are used to distinguish users.
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|Statistical reports on how users to find the Website and how they use the visual resources of the website: videos played, viewing time, browser type …
|Identifier for Vimeo statistical reports.
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