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Privacy Policy

LOPD (Personal Data Protection Law) In compliance with Personal Data Protection Law 15/1999, this website informs that the personal data supplied to us will be incorporated into our automatic archives and will be used to respond adequately to the request made to us. The aim of the collection and treatment of such data is to offer personalised services to our clients and allow for their participation in events organised by us, electronic communications and/or statistical analysis.

This website undertakes to comply with its obligation of secrecy regarding the personal data supplied and with its duty to treat the data with confidentiality and discretion in accordance with present legislation. In addition, this website agrees to take the necessary measures to avoid alteration, loss, unauthorised handling or access of data.

To this effect, if you wish to cancel or unsubscribe to this website or change your personal information you may do so via the “Request Cancellation” link available on the edit user profile screen, as is your right according to Article 5 of the Personal Data Protection Law.

Policy on Cookies

Most of the websites that we visit nowadays use cookies in many ways to improve the user experience. Although the use of cookies isn´t harmful in general, some people find them intrusive and wish to block some or all of them, or erase those which they have already installed. For your information, and so that you can make informed decisions, this policy describes what is a cookie, how we use cookies, and how to manage your cookies.

Remember if you use this website, you accept the use of cookies as described in this policy on cookies.

1. What is a cookie?

Cookies are chains of information (text only) which are saved in your computer, laptop or mobile device (each are referred to as “Device”) when you visit a website. Each time you return to this site, the search engine reloads the cookies to the website or at a different website that recognises them. You can find more information about cookies her on www.allaboutcookies.org and www.youronlinechoices.eu.

Cookies are very useful and can be used for different reasons, for example, they allow a User to visit different websites more efficiently by remembering preferences, speeding up and facilitating interaction with each site. Sometimes cookies are used to ensure that the advertisements which you see online are relevant to your interests and tastes.

  1. Installation and storage of cookies

    Cookies can be installed by the website you are visiting (“first party cookies”) or for third party websites with content on the page you are visiting (“third party cookies”).

    They may be saved for the time you visit the website or for repeated visits. We use the following terms to describe cookie storage:

    Session Cookie: allows a site to monitor actions during one browser session. A browser session begins when the browser window is opened and ends when it is closed. Session cookies are created on temporary basis and are erased once the browser window is closed.

    Permanent Cookie: is a cookie which remains on a device during a specific period, and is activated every time the website which loaded the cookie is visited.

  2. Different types of cookies

    There are four principal types of cookies:

    Strictly necessary cookies: these cookies are essential to the browsing and use of a website, or to be able to obtain the services requested. For example, to remember articles placed in an on-line shopping basket. Your consent is not necessary to use these types of cookies.

    Functionality Cookies: these cookies allow a website to remember the choices you make (for example your user name, language or the geographical area) and offer improved, personalised functions. For example, a website might offer local weather or traffic reports using a cookie which stores information about your local area; or it might remember the changes you made to the text size, the font used or other parts of the website you may have personalised, or offer services you have requested such as watch a video or commenting on a blog entry. The information collected is anonymous and your activity cannot be tracked by other websites.

    Execution Cookies: these cookies collect information about how you use the website, for example, the most frequently visited pages, if you receive error messages. These cookies do not collect identification information. All the information collected by these cookies is anonymous and will only be used to improve the way the website works.

    Advertising cookies: these cookies are used to show advertisements relevant to your tastes and interests. They can also be used to limit the number of times you see the same advert, and measure the efficiency of an ad campaign. Advertising networks are usually responsible for installing the ads with the permission of the website operator. These cookies remember if you have visited the website previously and share the information with other organisations such as advertisers. Often these cookies are linked to the functionality of the website supplied by the other organisation.

2. How do we use cookies

In general, our web pages use few cookies and most of them, except in a few specific cases, are used to generate visit statistics.

  1. Strictly necessary cookies

    There are no strictly necessary cookies in this website.

  2. Functionality cookies

    We use the following first party functionality cookies

    cookie_policy: this cookie allows us to detect if you have seen the information regarding the cookie policy, and to avoid repeating the banner. It is a permanent cookie which lasts for a year.

    We don´t use Third Party Functionality Cookies:

  3. Execution Cookies

    From time to time, the following Third-Party Execution Cookies may be used in our page for internal objectives with the aim of improving the User experience:

    Google Analytics: Google Analytics is a web analysis service supplied by Google Inc. (http://www.google.com/analytics/). Google Analytics loads cookies to evaluate our online services and mobile applications, and to produce reports about how our site is used. We also use Google Analytics to run content experiments to check and improve our website. Google Analytics uses Session Cookies and Permanent Cookies, which may last from 6 months up to 2 years.

    We don´t use analytical cookies to collect personal information with may identify the user. However, we may combine your user information with the information obtained from analysis service with the aim of analysing how you use our service.

Except for the previously described cases, we never share the information obtained with cookies with a third party.

3. How to manage your cookies.

You can administer and control the configuration of cookies in a variety of ways.

Be aware that if you delete or block cookies, some or all the website you visit may not work as efficiently or as well as before (or the functions of those pages)

If disable our “cookie_policy” or you delete all the cookies, your preferences will not be saved and you will be asked about our cookies every time you visit our website.

Now, it is not technically possible to manage your cookies exclusively on our websites.

However, you can configure them from the web browser or through the website of those Third Parties who load cookies on your device via our website.

  1. Disability of cookies from your browser.

    Most browsers supply information about cookies, allowing you to see what cookies you have installed, to delete them all automatically, or individually, and allowing you to block or allow cookies from all websites or selected sites. Third Party Advertising Cookies can also be disabled separately.

    Remember that if you configure cookies via your browser the changes made will affect all the websites you visit (not only ours) if you don´t delete or block each cookie individually.

    In general, you will find information about cookies in the "Help" section of your browser. See the following links to the "Help" sections of the most common web browsers:

    Internet Explorer - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196955

    Windows Phone - http://www.microsoft.com/windowsphone/en-us/howto/wp7/web/changing-privacy-and-other-browser-settings.aspx

    Google Chrome - http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95647

    Google Android - http://support.google.com/android/?hl=en

    Mozilla Firefox - http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/cookies-information-websites-store-on-your-computer?redirectlocale=en-US&redirectslug=Cookies

    Opera - http://www.opera.com/browser/tutorials/security/privacy/

    Safari - http://www.apple.com/support/safari/

    Blackberry - http://docs.blackberry.com/en/smartphone_users/deliverables/32004/Browser_settings_32784_11.jsp

  2. Disabling Third Party Cookies
    You can disable Adobe Flash Player Third Party Cookies by visiting the following link:


    You can avoid the storage of anonymous information about your movements within the website by Third Party Execution Cookies (as mentioned in "Cómo utilizamos nosotras las cookies") by visiting the relevant website:

    Google Analytics - https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

    Please remember that if you disable the execution cookies mentioned, we won´t be able to know what you like or dislike about our pages. Consequently, it will be difficult for us to improve our website and user experience.