Cookies and Spam

The Catalan National Assembly website can use cookies (small information files that the server sends to the computers of those accessing the website) to carry out certain functions that are considered essential for the correct operation and visualization of the website. The cookies used on the website are, in any event, of a temporary nature, and have the sole purpose of making transmission more efficient, and they disappear at the end of the user’s session. Cookies in no case provide personal data, and are not used to obtain it.

By using cookies, the server, where the web is housed, may be able to recognize the web browser used by users in order to make navigation easier, and allow them to access, for example, if they have registered previously, the areas, services, promotions or competitions reserved exclusively for them, without having to register for each visit. They are also used to measure the audience and traffic parameters, to monitor progress and the number of entries. These cookies are not invasive or harmful; they only inform the system of the setting chosen by the user, but they do not automatically recognize any data regarding the identity of the persons visiting the website. If users wish, they can block any cookie through the appropriate option in their own browsers.

Users may set their browser to get an on-screen alert on the reception of cookies and to prevent their installation on the hard disk. To navigate on this website, the user does not need to allow the installation of cookies sent by the Catalan National Assembly.

The Catalan National Assembly does not use spamming techniques and only deals with the data that the user transmits to it in accordance with the provisions set forth in this Legal Notice.