The 9th of October is a date of great importance in the Valencian Community. This day commemorates the entry of "Jaume I the Conqueredr" in the city of Valencia in 1238, a historic event that marked a milestone in the history of the region. Over the years, this celebration has evolved and has become an emblematic festivity for Valencians. In this article, we will explore the history behind 9 October and its cultural significanceWe will also analyse how online reputation and the right to be forgotten can play a crucial role in the preservation of the historical memory and identity of the Valencian Community.
The origin of the celebration
The celebration of the 9th of October in Valencia dates back to the 14th century, commemorating the first centenary of the entry of Jaume I into the city after the siege of the Christian troops.. Over time, this festivity became consolidated as an annual tradition. During the eve and on the day of San Dionisio, the Valencian people rockets were fired and loud celebrations were heldThis was a matter of concern for the authorities at the time.
The tradition of the mocadorà
One of the most notable traditions associated with the 9th October is the ".mocadorà". This custom originated in the 18th century as a response to the ban on celebrating the entry of Jaume I in Valencia by the Bourbon authorities. The city's confectioners' guild decided to create firecracker-shaped sweets, imitating the lollipop and the firecracker.which had become illegal. These sweets, because of their phallic or round shape, had sexual connotations, which was a cunning way of defying the ban.
The meaning of the mocadorà
The mocadorada consists of marzipan sweets wrapped in a handkerchief (mocador in Valencian), which are offered as a gift to the loved one. These scarves have become a symbol of love and affection in Valencian culture. Women usually keep all the handkerchiefs they receive as gifts throughout their relationship, considering them a proof of love and fidelity. This has led to 9 October is seen by many Valencians as their own Valentine's Day, similar to St. Valentine's Day.
The right to be forgotten and online reputation
But how does this rich cultural tradition relate to the sector in which Honoralia specialises? The answer lies in the preservation and protection of historical memory and identity of the Valencian Community in the digital environment.
In the age of the Internet, theistorical information and events can easily be misinterpreted or used in a negative way. The online reputation of individuals, companies and even entire communities can be affected by erroneous or damaging information circulating on the web. In this context, the right to be forgotten plays a crucial role.
The right to be forgotten is a legal principle that allows individuals to request the removal of personal information that is no longer relevant or outdated from search engines and other websites. This is essential for ensuring that historical information is not used inappropriately or in a prejudicial way for the reputation of individuals or communities.
In the case of 9 October and the tradition of the mocadorada, it is important that cultural information is presented accurately and respectfully on the Internet. The right to be forgotten can be used to remove content that distorts or defames the holiday or those who celebrate it. This protects the integrity of the celebration and prevents it from being misinterpreted or used in a negative way in cyberspace.
The importance of online reputation for communities
Online reputation is not only relevant for individuals and companies. companiesbut also for communities and regions. In the case of our community, the celebration of 9 October is a fundamental part of our identity and culture. The preservation of this festivity and its appropriate representation in Internet contribute to keeping the region's history and heritage alive.
Feliç dia de la Comunitat Valenciana!
The 9th of October is a date of great significance in the Valencian Community, celebrating the entry of Jaume I the Conqueror in the city of Valencia in 1238. This festivity, marked by the tradition of the mocadorada, represents not only a historical event, but also a symbol of love and affection in Valencian culture.
The preservation and protection of historical memory and cultural identity on the Internet is critical in the digital age. The right to be forgotten and online reputation management play a crucial role in upholding the integrity of historical events such as 9 October and in promoting accurate and respectful representation on the web.
At Honoralia, we are committed to helping preserve and protect the reputation of individuals, businesses and communities. If you need legal advice on the right to be forgotten or to improve your online reputation, do not hesitate to contact us. Together, we can ensure that the historical memory and cultural identity of the Valencian Community and all our clients remain intact in the digital world.