Cookie Policy

II Guide for cookie policy

In the event that the website uses cookies, the people who access the page must be duly informed in two moments:

1.  A  pop up  or alert that appears when the person first accesses the website (see point 1 of point 3.2).
2.  If we can collect data from natural persons through cookies, the interested party must be given the option to accept them or deny the installation of cookies. Consent must be given as an affirmative and positive option, and the rejection of cookies must be a real option. Additionally, these records must be kept safely in order to demonstrate these consents to the control authority.
3.  Likewise, from INTERLAWYERS we recommend that with a maximum period of twelve (12) months from the user’s first visit, consent must be renewed.
4.  In the informative alert itself, the user is given the possibility of deactivating cookies.  Likewise, cookies should only be installed once the user has accepted the use of  them .
5.  Secondly, in the underlined and in bold text, a link to the more extensive cookie policy (see point 2 of point 3.2) must be placed, placed in the  footer .
I.II. Cookies exempt and not exempt from the information principle

The working group Art. 29, in its Opinion 04/2012 on the consent exception for cookies, provides several examples of   exempt and non-exempt cookies that help to understand the above:

a)  The  load- balancing  cookies , ie those used to collect data that help regulate, divide and congestion management servers, are considered necessary for communication over the network, therefore exempt the storage notification since they only identify a server, not a client machine. In this way they would not contain personal data. Therefore, its processing does not involve personal data protection and does not need notification of processing.
b)  The  cookies  used to customize the user interface (for example, to indicate the preferred language format or content) do not require any particular identifier, therefore, hardly constitute personal information. They might, depending on persistence, require notification before storage.
c)  The  cookies  used to locate ‘navigation user’ – for example, contents of the  shopping cart  – may constitute personal data. Although these are exempt from storage notification, some basis for their processing under the GDPR would be needed. At this point, the obvious basis would be that the processing is necessary for, or in response to the user’s request, a contract with the user (Art. 6.1 (b) RGPD).
First layer cookie Policy model

II.I. Cookie alert model

This Website uses its own and third-party cookies to  improve your experience on our  website  as well as to analyze its web traffic. We also share information about using the user makes the website with our  partners  and social media advertising 

II.II. Assembled and explained model

–  When accessing the website, the user must be able to read the cookie alert. In it you should give the possibility of reading the  complete cookie policy  and  accept the use of cookies.
–  Likewise, the user must be given the option in the first layer to deactivate those cookies that they do not want to install.
–  Additionally, it is recommended to have a  tab show details or similar , which allows the user to be informed in a basic way about the use of which cookies  are being used in each of the basic items .
II.III. Recommended Resources

From INTERLAWYERS we recommend the use of an agile system and in accordance with regulatory compliance in accordance with the RGPD and the Law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE). Therefore, we recommend the use of  Cookiebot , accessible from the following link: https://www.cookiebot.com/es/

Model second layer of Cookies Policy

1.  Definitions

Cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when accessing certain web pages, Smartphone,  tablet  or similar device. Cookies allow a web page, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or their equipment and, depending on the information they contain and the way they use their equipment, they can be used to recognize to user.

The user’s browser memorizes cookies on the hard drive only during the current session, occupying a minimum memory space and not harming the computer. Cookies do not contain any kind of specific personal information, and most of  them  are deleted from the hard drive at the end of the browser session (so-called session cookies).

2.  What types of cookies does this website use?

PERFORMANCE Cookies

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Description

These Cookies are used to improve your browsing experience and optimize the operation of our websites. They store service settings so you don’t have to reconfigure them every time you visit us.

Use

–  Optimal video transmission speeds.
–  Contents adapted to your browsing.
–  Ease of viralizing the content of your choice.
–  Stores the purchase made in a “shopping cart” in the E- commerce Services .

GEOLOCATION Cookies

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Description

These Cookies are used to store geolocation data of the computer or device to offer you more appropriate content and services.

Use

Contents adjusted to the country, city, language, etc.

REGISTRATION Cookies

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Description

Registration Cookies are created when you register or when you log in to one of our web portals.

Use

–  You can stay authenticated, even if you close the browser, so when you return you will still be identified unless you disconnect or close the session.
–  To access certain areas of our web portals, for example, to participate in a contest.

ANALYTICAL Cookies

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Description

These Cookies collect information from your browsing experience on our web portals in a totally anonymous way. – We can count the number of visitors to the page or the most viewed content.

Use

–  We can know if the user who is accessing is new or repeats visit.
–  This information can help us improve navigation and give you a better service.

ADVERTISING Cookies

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Description

These Cookies collect information about the advertisements shown to each anonymous user on the web portals. – Adapt advertising to the type of device from which the user is connecting.

Use

– Provide advertisements managed through third parties (“Ad-servers”) that are displayed on the page in real time. – Know information about the results of campaigns such as the number of  clicks , duration, viewing frequency, etc. – Offer you advertising of interest based on your browsing habits.

3.  Deactivation of cookies

The user can -at any time- choose which cookies he wants to work on this website by configuring the  browser ; for example:

–  hrome  from

 http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=es&answer=95647

–  Microsoft Edge. / Explorer  from 

http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9

–  Moziila  Firefox  from 

http://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-que-los-sitios-we

–  Safari  from 

http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042ç

4.  Update of the cookie policy

We may update the Cookies Policy of our Website, therefore we recommend that you review this policy each time you access our Website in order to be adequately informed about how and why we use cookies.