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Cookies policy

Use of cookies on the websites and applications of the FUNDACIÓN MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES DE BILBAO

Consent: By browsing this website, you are consenting to the use of cookies referred to in the paragraph above, within the terms and conditions set out in the present Cookies Policy.

Withdraw your consent: You can at any time withdraw your consent in relation to the use of cookies on this website, eliminating the cookies stored in your device by using your internet browser’s settings and configurations.

Cookies configuration: You can disable or block the cookies installed in your device and also eliminate previously installed ones through your internet browser’s options. Most browsers indicate the presence of cookies and allow you to automatically eliminate them. If you reject them, you can continue to use this website although some functions may only be available in a limited way. For more information on the way to adjust your cookies to different browsers, please find the corresponding links at the end of this text.

We use cookies in order to improve the user’s browsing experience and to carry out analyses. When you access this website for the first time you will see a window with information on the use of cookies, from where you can consult this Cookies Policy. If you expressly agree to the use of cookies, continue navigating or click on any link, we consider that you accept our Cookies Policy and hence their installation in your computer or other device.

The option exists to modify the browser’s configuration in order to avoid the installation of cookies or erase existing ones. Please see further information on this in the section “Disabling cookies” at the end of this text.

In the case of blocking or not accepting the installation of cookies it is possible that you will not be able to access some sections of our website or that some functions of its services will be disabled.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file that is downloaded in your computer or other device (smartphone, tablet, connected tv, etc) when you access certain websites. Among other things, they allow a website to store and retrieve information on your visit and on the browsing habits of a user or his/her computer.

In our websites and applications we use our own cookies and those of third parties, which allow for the compilation of anonymous, statistical data on the visits received. These files do not compile any type of personal information and only save data of a technical and analytical nature (services consulted, timeframe of visit, etc).

Why are cookies important?

From a technical viewpoint, cookies allow websites to function in a more agile manner, adapted to users’ preferences, such as storing the relevant language and currency or detecting the access device. They establish levels of protection and security that prevent or hinder cyber-attacks against the website and its users. They allow those responsible for the site to obtain statistical data in order to improve the quality and experience offered by their services. They function to optimise the advertising that we show users, offering publicity most appropriate to their interests.

What type of cookies does this website use?

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Cookies

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Identification of the session in order to recognise the successive visits from the same browser in the Arteder Searchable Database. This is an internal use cookie that is necessary for the functioning of the web. These cookies do not identify the user or compile any type of personal data.

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PHP

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Disabling cookies

The configuration of the browser can be modified at any time to prevent the installation of cookies or erase existing ones. However, should the installation of cookies be blocked or not accepted, please note that users may not be able to access some of the sections of this website and some functions may be disabled.

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