Policy on cookies

1. Our use of cookies

A cookie is a small text file inserted into a computer’s memory which can be retrieved later by web page servers.

We use cookies to enhance your browsing experience and make it easier to use our website. We do not use cookies to record personal data. Cookies can save data about your visit, including the your browser type and operating system, the last website you visited, your server’s IP address, the pages you access and the data you have downloaded. While this anonymous statistical data can be aggregated and our web surveillance services and providers can use it in a broader statistical analysis to improve our services, we cannot personally identify you as a source of this data under any circumstances. You may reject cookies by activating the corresponding parameter in your browser. However, if you activate this parameter, you may not be able to access parts of our website. Unless you have set your browser to reject cookies, our system will send you a cookie when you connect to our website as it will be assumed that you have accepted the use of cookies. Cookies are used to identify a specific user during a session on our website, for example, when a user is connected to the website, they will be used to identify the authorisations available to them. The cookie will be deleted at the end of the session on our website. Some cookies require your consent to be secured beforehand. This requirement relates to cookies issued by third parties which are referred to as ‘persistent’ to the extent that they remain on your terminal until deletion or expiry.

As these cookies are issued by third parties, their use and inclusion are subject to the third parties’ own confidentiality policies, which are linked below. This cookie family groups audience measurement cookies (in particular, Google Analytics) or cookies from the “share” feature on social media networks (in particular, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and LinkedIn), amongst others. Audience measurement cookies determine statistics on visits and use of various elements on the website (such as content/pages visited). This data contributes to improving the ergonomics of the Ubiqus Spain website. A Google Analytics audience measurement tool is used on this website.

Cookies of the share feature on social media networks are issued and managed by the editor of the social media network in question. Without prejudice to your consent, these cookies allow you to easily share a part of the content published on the Ubiqus Spain website, in particular with a “button” to share according to each social media network. Four types of cookies are used on our website to share social media:

• LinkedIn, whose cookie policy can be read here.

• Twitter, whose options for controlling or restricting the use of cookies and cookie policy can be found here:

• YouTube, whose cookies can be deleted from the Google Chrome browser by clicking here; you can also view the full policy on

cookies at the following link: https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies?hl=es

• Google+ whose cookie policy is available here.

• Facebook, whose cookie policy you can view by clicking here.

We use the data measurement analysis provided by Google Analytics to advertise our products or services online. Some external providers, including Google, may include our advertising on websites. We, and certain third party providers, including Google, jointly use proprietary cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) to obtain information, optimise and disseminate advertising based on Internet users’ visits to our site.

Netizens can disable the use of cookies by Google and Google Anaytics via the page. You may also disable the use of cookies by a third-party provider on the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page::

Netizens can block the use of their data through Google Analytics JavaScript files. For more information on the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on.

2. Deleting cookies

The user can delete and block cookies generally or individually for a specific domain. This is done from the browser settings:

• Cookie setting for Google Chrome

• Cookie setting for Apple Safari

• Cookie setting for Internet Explorer

• Cookie setting for Mozilla Firefox

3. Learn more about cookies

You can consult the cookie regulation published by the Spanish Data Protection Agency in its "Guide to the use of cookies" and learn more about cookies on the Internet. http://www.aboutcookies.org/ If you wish to have greater control over the installation of cookies, you may install programs or add-ons to your browser, known as Do Not Track tools, which allow you to choose which cookies you wish to allow.

This cookie policy was last updated on 16-05-2018.