Cookies Policy

What are cookies?
This website uses cookies and/or similar technologies that store and retrieve information when you browse. In general, these technologies can serve very different purposes, such as, for example, recognizing you as a user, obtaining information about your browsing habits, or customizing the way in which the content is displayed. The specific uses we make of these technologies are described below.

What does this website use cookies for?
This website uses cookies for a number of purposes, including:
– Analysis: are those that, treated by us or by third parties, allow us to
quantify the number of users and thus carry out the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users of the service offered. To do this, your browsing on our website is analyzed in order to improve the offer of products or services that we offer you.

– Behavioral advertising: are those that, processed by us or by third parties, allow us to analyze your browsing habits on the Internet to show you advertising related to your browsing profile.

Who uses cookies on this website?
The identification of who uses the cookies, the type of cookies used and other details, is indicated below:

EXAMPLE They must indicate all their own and third-party cookies used on the page, as indicated in the following table.

Note: “Own” type cookies are used only by the owner of this website and “Third Party” cookies are also used by the service provider that is detailed in the previous table.

You can find out about the transfers to third countries that, where appropriate, are carried out by the third parties identified in this cookie policy in their corresponding policies (see the links provided in the “More information” section of the previous table).

How can I deactivate or eliminate these cookies?
You can allow or block cookies, as well as delete your browsing data (including
cookies) by returning to the cookie configuration panel and deactivating the cookies accepted at the time (withdrawal of consent).
You can also deactivate the accepted cookies from the browser you use. Consult the options and instructions offered by your browser for this. Keep in mind that if you accept third-party cookies, you must delete them from the browser options.
Below are the links with the information to manage the cookies of the most used browsers:
– Firefox:
– Chrome:
– Internet Explorer:
– Microsoft Edge:
– Safari:
– Opera:
– Other browsers: consult the documentation of the browser you have installed.

Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on
If you wish to reject Google Analytics analytical cookies in all browsers, so that your information is not sent to Google Analytics, you can download a plug-in that does this function from this link:

Exercise of rights
You can know and exercise your rights in terms of data protection by accessing our Policy of privacy. (link to include that will lead to the privacy policy of the web).


The owner of this website can modify this Cookies Policy based on legislative or regulatory requirements, or with the purpose of adapting said policy to the instructions issued by the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, therefore Users are advised to visit periodically.

The security of the hosting server of the page must be checked by implementing the SSL certificate (https://) and other updated security systems that allow safe browsing for the user. The non-configuration and hosting on unsecured servers is grounds for sanction by the AEPD.

It is mandatory for the webmaster or web maintenance company to store or backup all the consents accepted by the various CKECK boxes and web acceptance buttons. This storage or backup copy must be provided or made available to the person in charge of the web, with the intention of being able to use them in case of conflicts caused by the consents in the processing of data collected and cookies.

The data storage would be: identification data, date, time and type of consented form, etc.

All advertising or promotional communication, whether direct or indirect, of your products or services, that is sent by email or any other means of electronic communication, (for example, Fax, SMS, Telephone without human intervention…), It must be carried out only with the prior express consent of the recipient, or the request for information made by the latter.

However, the Law contemplates an exception: the existence of a prior contractual relationship. In other words, if you are going to send emails, faxes, SMS messages, etc., to a client, collegiate, student, etc., to someone who has already hired you or requested a quote, you are legally authorized, without the need for once again have the express authorization of your client, to send electronic communications to promote your products and/or services, either directly or indirectly, as long as you meet the following conditions:

. – That, at the time of the initial contracting, you already obtained the data in a lawful manner, without deception, and complying with the obligations imposed by the Data Protection Law and other applicable regulations, that is, that you have proceeded with the duty of information via budgets, delivery notes or invoices.

. – That the promotional offers that you send correspond to products or services, from your own company, (not from third parties), and that, in addition, they are similar to those that were initially the object of the contracting by the client. This last condition is especially important and relevant, since it limits the “cross-selling” of other products or services.

. – That you offer the recipient, in each of the promotional and/or advertising communications that you make, and not only in the initial one, the possibility of opposing the processing of their data, by making a simple and free procedure available to them. In the event that the communications are made by email, this condition must be met, including a valid email address to which the client can write to request their removal from your mailing list. From that moment on, you must “remove” your client from your promotional lists, and not send them any more communications. In the clause to include in the emails that we have provided you, it already contemplates this requirement.

Law 34/2002, of July 11, on services of the information society and electronic commerce:
Article 21 “Prohibition of commercial communications carried out through email or equivalent electronic means of communication” tells us that, as electronic communication is understood, “all forms of communication aimed at promoting, directly or indirectly, the image or of the goods or services of a company, organization or person that carries out a commercial, industrial, craft or professional activity”. They are those made through e-mail, fax, sms or mms.
In the aforementioned article it is made clear that the sending of advertising or promotional communications by email or other equivalent electronic means of communication that had not previously been requested or expressly authorized by the recipients of the same is prohibited. Unless there is a prior contractual relationship, provided that the provider has legally obtained the contact details of the recipient and will use them to send commercial communications regarding products or services of their own company that are similar to those that were initially contracted with the client.
Commercial communications must be clearly identifiable as such, so the word “advertising” or the abbreviation “publi” must be included at the beginning of the message. The person on whose behalf such communications are made must also be clearly identifiable.

Likewise, if on any occasion you make a promotional offer (discounts, prizes, gifts or contests) you must ensure that they are clearly identified as such and that the conditions of access and participation will be accessible, clear and unequivocal.

In addition, the recipient may revoke the consent given to the receipt of commercial communications at any time with the simple notification of his will, so in each of the communications that are made we must inform him of this possibility and provide him with a simple and free procedure. for this, this is already provided for in the clause to be included in the emails, in any case, it does not hurt to include a text similar to this at the beginning of the email:

This message is merely informative, although part of its content is of a commercial or advertising nature. If you want to stop receiving our informative messages, you can request it [email protected]. We must also proceed when the advertising or promotional message is carried out through SMS or the WhatsApp social network or other equivalent means.

. – If on any occasion you make a promotional offer (discounts, prizes, gifts or contests) you must ensure that they are clearly identified as such and that the conditions of access and participation will be
accessible, clear and unambiguous.

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