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Types of cookies utilized, reasons for using cookies, and impact of cookies on the user

A cookie is a small text file, consisting generally of letters and numbers (with an ID tag), which can be deposited on the computer or mobile device used by a visitor when accessing our Platforms. Generally speaking, cookies allow a website to recognize the device and the browsing activities of the user when returning to the site, or when visiting another website that recognizes the same cookies.

Different cookies perform different functions. Some facilitate the process of navigating from page to page, storing preferences information and generally making the website easy to use, whereas others identify products, goods or services the visitor may be interested in and are used to transmit tailored advertising content.

When visiting our Platforms:

Session cookies remain active only for the duration of the current visit, as long as the browser remains open. They are not stored on the hard disk, but disappear when the browser is closed.

For general information on cookies, visit the personal data protection authority having local jurisdiction. See www.

LIST OF COOKIES: Google Analytics

We use these cookies to detect how our site is being used, which enables us to improve and optimize the browsing experience. All items of user data are anonymous.

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Social buttons

Some of our Platforms display ‘social buttons’, which allow the user to share the various pages of our site or bookmark them as favourites.

Social media sites such as Twitter, Google, Facebook and LinkedIn may collect information relating to the activity of users on the internet, for example they could record a user's visits to our Platforms and the specific pages consulted when the user is logged into their services, even without the button being clicked.

Data subjects are advised to peruse the privacy and cookie policies adopted by each of these sites in order to see exactly how the personal information they gather is used, and find out how to withdraw consent or erase this information.

Further information

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Managing cookies manually

Users can manage cookies manually on their computer or mobile device in a number of ways. For more information, consult the About Cookies website.

Where multiple computers and/or mobile devices are connected to the internet, it is important that each browser be configured to manage cookies according to the preferences of the user.

Do Not Track

Should the user wish to block all cookies every time, this can be done by way of the relative browser setting. It should be remembered however that if cookies are blocked, certain parts of our website may be unable to operate correctly, and this will adversely affect the user's browsing experience.

Our Platforms acknowledge the option DNT:1 as being a valid browser setting for the communication of user preferences.

How does Clear Channel ask for consent to the use of cookies?

Clear Channel abides by the applicable legislation on cookies. On accessing the Platform for the first time, a pop-up will be displayed asking if the user wishes to accept the use of cookies. Should the user deny acceptance, cookies will be disabled for the user in question. Even after expressing acceptance, the user can still disable cookies at any given moment by way of the browser settings (for more information on how to proceed, consult the local equivalent of the “how to delete cookies” tab on

Users should take note that if cookies are disabled, certain parts of our Platform may not function completely as intended, and usage of the Platform may not be assessed and measured as described previously; in this situation we will not be able to take the actions of users into account when conducting analysis on data or when seeking solutions designed to improve our service based on this same analysis.