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User age

Cookie Policy

Data of the person in charge of processing

Company name / Name

CIF/NIF

Address

Phone

Email address

DPD or Security and Privacy Officer

Applicable legal basis

AGAPITO URBAN INDUSTRIES, S.L.

B99355224

Pol. Industrial Valdeferrín Oeste, C/G, s/n – 50600 Ejea de los Caballeros (Zaragoza)

+34 976 660 879

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  • Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
  • Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December on the Protection of Personal Data and the Guarantee of Digital Rights.
  • Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on information society services and electronic commerce (LSSI).

Additional information

Data of the person in charge of processing

Company name / Name

AGAPITO URBAN INDUSTRIES, S.L.

CIF/NIF

B99355224

Address

Pol. Industrial Valdeferrín Oeste, C/G, s/n – 50600 Ejea de los Caballeros (Zaragoza)

Phone

+34 976 660 879

Email address

DPD or Security and Privacy Officer

***************

Applicable legal basis

  • Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
  • Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December on the Protection of Personal Data and the Guarantee of Digital Rights.
  • Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on information society services and electronic commerce (LSSI).

Additional information

What is a Cookie?

A Cookie is a device for storing and retrieving data from the terminal equipment (PC, laptop, telephone or any other device) of a natural or legal person using, whether or not for professional purposes, a service provided by this responsible entity. Such cookies may not be used to start programs, transfer viruses or damage the user’s terminal in any way.

While this policy uses the general term “Cookie” as the primary method of storing information used by this website, the “Local Storage” space on your browser is also used for the same purposes as Cookies. In this sense, all the information included in this section is equally applicable to this “Local Storage”.

What are Cookies used for on this website?

Our users’ cookies help us to improve the quality of our website, allowing us to control which pages are useful, which are not and which are susceptible to improvement.

Cookies are essential to improve the user’s browsing experience, providing advantages in the provision of interactive services, facilitating the navigation and usability of our website.

The information collected in Cookies also allows us to improve the website by estimating numbers and usage patterns, tailoring the website to individual user interests, speeding up searches, etc.

Why are Cookies NOT used on this website?

We do not store sensitive personal identification information such as your address, password, credit or debit card data, etc. in the cookies we use.

How can I set or disable Cookies on this website?

Internet browsers are regularly set to accept cookies. To prevent the use of cookies in your Internet browser, you can disable the use of cookies through your Internet browser settings and delete the cookies already set.

The help functions of your Internet browser tell you how to disable and delete cookies from your browser. Please note that the deactivation/deletion of cookies may cause the individual functions of our website to no longer function as expected. Furthermore, the deactivation/deletion of cookies only affects the Internet browser you are currently using. For other Internet browsers, the deactivation/deletion of cookies must be performed again. Cookies, which may be necessary for certain functions of our website, are shown below.

In addition, there are several ways to avoid the installation of certain cookies, either by selecting them in the banner or pop-up that we show you when you access our website, or individually for the corresponding service provider whose tools we use for certain purposes. We will indicate the latter possibility in the section below called “How to disable cookies in your browser” or you can access it directly by pressing +info

What kind of cookies are there?

Cookies are then sorted into a number of categories. However, it should be noted that the same cookie may be included in more than one category.

Cookies categories according to…

Types

Purpose

Ownership

Own

Those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor himself and from which the service requested by the user is provided

Third parties

Those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.

Purpose

Techniques

(Exempt from the consent requirement of the LSSI)

Those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and to use the different options or services that exist therein, including those that the publisher uses to allow the management and operation of the web page and to enable its functions and services, for example:

  • Data communication
  • Identify the session
  • Access to restricted parts
  • To carry out the purchase process of an order, to manage the payment
  • Service safety
  • Enable dynamic content (animation)
  • Advertising space management
  • (…)

Customization

Those that allow users to remember information so that they can access the service with certain characteristics that can differentiate their experience from that of other users.

Analysis

Those that allow the person in charge to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked, including the quantification of the impacts of the ads. The information collected through this type of cookie is used in measuring the activity of the websites, application or platform, in order to introduce improvements.

Behavioral Advertising

Those that store information on user behavior obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows the development of a specific profile to display advertising based on it

Uptime

Session

Those designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page. They are usually used to store information that is only relevant to the provision of the service requested by the user on one occasion (for example, a list of products purchased) and disappear when the session ends.

Persistent

Those in which the data is still stored in the terminal and can be accessed and processed during a period defined by the person responsible for the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years.

Why is it mandatory for the user to give his express consent?

In accordance with Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, the Responsible Entity may install cookies and similar technologies on users’ devices if they give their prior consent and provide clear and complete information on the purposes of their use. The aim of this Policy is to provide such information in a useful way for the user.

This consent may be obtained by means of express formulas, such as clicking on a section indicating “I consent”, “I accept”, or other similar terms. It may also be obtained by inferring it from an unequivocal action carried out by the user, in a context where the user has been provided with clear and accessible information on the purposes of the cookies and whether they are going to be used by the same publisher and/or by third parties, so that it can be understood that the user accepts that cookies are installed. In no case does the mere inactivity of the user imply the provision of consent by itself.

In the banner or pop-up the user will find the following buttons to choose from:

In accordance with Article 22(2) of the ISESA, consent must be given by the “recipients” of information society services, i.e. the user of the website, platform or application.

When is the Responsible Entity exempt from requesting the user’s express consent?

It should be noted that cookies used for any of the following purposes are exempt from the obligations established in article 22.2 of the ISESA:

  • “User input” cookies.
  • Authentication or user identification cookies (session only).
  • User Security Cookies.
  • Media player session cookies.
  • Session cookies to balance the load.
  • User interface customization cookies.
  • Plug-in cookies to exchange social content (The exception only applies to users who have decided to keep the session open).
  • Cookies are served from a computer or domain managed by the publisher itself, but the information collected is managed by a third party for its own purposes.
  • Provide a service expressly requested by the user (e.g. language selection)

What specific cookies does this website use and for what purposes?

Below is a table with the Cookies, tags or other similar devices used by this website, along with information on the purpose, duration and management (own or by third parties) of each of them.

What is a Cookie?

A Cookie is a device for storing and retrieving data from the terminal equipment (PC, laptop, telephone or any other device) of a natural or legal person using, whether or not for professional purposes, a service provided by this responsible entity. Such cookies may not be used to start programs, transfer viruses or damage the user’s terminal in any way.

While this policy uses the general term “Cookie” as the primary method of storing information used by this website, the “Local Storage” space on your browser is also used for the same purposes as Cookies. In this sense, all the information included in this section is equally applicable to this “Local Storage”.

What are Cookies used for on this website?

Our users’ cookies help us to improve the quality of our website, allowing us to control which pages are useful, which are not and which are susceptible to improvement.

Cookies are essential to improve the user’s browsing experience, providing advantages in the provision of interactive services, facilitating the navigation and usability of our website.

The information collected in Cookies also allows us to improve the website by estimating numbers and usage patterns, tailoring the website to individual user interests, speeding up searches, etc.

Why are Cookies NOT used on this website?

We do not store sensitive personal identification information such as your address, password, credit or debit card data, etc. in the cookies we use.

How can I set or disable Cookies on this website?

Internet browsers are regularly set to accept cookies. To prevent the use of cookies in your Internet browser, you can disable the use of cookies through your Internet browser settings and delete the cookies already set.

The help functions of your Internet browser tell you how to disable and delete cookies from your browser. Please note that the deactivation/deletion of cookies may cause the individual functions of our website to no longer function as expected. Furthermore, the deactivation/deletion of cookies only affects the Internet browser you are currently using. For other Internet browsers, the deactivation/deletion of cookies must be performed again. Cookies, which may be necessary for certain functions of our website, are shown below.

In addition, there are several ways to avoid the installation of certain cookies, either by selecting them in the banner or pop-up that we show you when you access our website, or individually for the corresponding service provider whose tools we use for certain purposes. We will indicate the latter possibility in the section below called “How to disable cookies in your browser” or you can access it directly by pressing +info

What kind of cookies are there?

Cookies are then sorted into a number of categories. However, it should be noted that the same cookie may be included in more than one category.

Cookies categories according to…

Ownership

Types

Own

Those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor himself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.

Third parties

Those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.

Cookies categories according to…

Purpose

Types

Techniques

(Exempt from the consent requirement of the LSSI)

Those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and to use the different options or services that exist therein, including those that the publisher uses to allow the management and operation of the web page and to enable its functions and services, for example:

  • Data communication
  • Identify the session
  • Access to restricted parts
  • To carry out the purchase process of an order, to manage the payment
  • Service safety
  • Enable dynamic content (animation)
  • Advertising space management
  • (…)

Customization

Those that allow users to remember information so that they can access the service with certain characteristics that can differentiate their experience from that of other users.

Analysis

Those that allow the person in charge to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked, including the quantification of the impacts of the ads. The information collected through this type of cookie is used in measuring the activity of the websites, application or platform, in order to introduce improvements.

Behavioral Advertising

Those that store information on user behavior obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows the development of a specific profile to display advertising based on it

Cookies categories according to…

Uptime

Types

Session

Those designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page. They are usually used to store information that is only relevant to the provision of the service requested by the user on one occasion (for example, a list of products purchased) and disappear when the session ends.

Persistent

Those in which the data is still stored in the terminal and can be accessed and processed during a period defined by the person responsible for the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years.

Why is it mandatory for the user to give his express consent?

In accordance with Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, the Responsible Entity may install cookies and similar technologies on users’ devices if they give their prior consent and provide clear and complete information on the purposes of their use. The aim of this Policy is to provide such information in a useful way for the user.

This consent may be obtained by means of express formulas, such as clicking on a section indicating “I consent”, “I accept”, or other similar terms. It may also be obtained by inferring it from an unequivocal action carried out by the user, in a context where the user has been provided with clear and accessible information on the purposes of the cookies and whether they are going to be used by the same publisher and/or by third parties, so that it can be understood that the user accepts that cookies are installed. In no case does the mere inactivity of the user imply the provision of consent by itself.

In the banner or pop-up the user will find the following buttons to choose from:

In accordance with Article 22(2) of the ISESA, consent must be given by the “recipients” of information society services, i.e. the user of the website, platform or application.

When is the Responsible Entity exempt from requesting the user’s express consent?

It should be noted that cookies used for any of the following purposes are exempt from the obligations established in article 22.2 of the ISESA:

  • “User input” cookies.
  • Authentication or user identification cookies (session only).
  • User Security Cookies.
  • Media player session cookies.
  • Session cookies to balance the load.
  • User interface customization cookies.
  • Plug-in cookies to exchange social content (The exception only applies to users who have decided to keep the session open).
  • Cookies are served from a computer or domain managed by the publisher itself, but the information collected is managed by a third party for its own purposes.
  • Provide a service expressly requested by the user (e.g. language selection)

What specific cookies does this website use and for what purposes?

Below is a table with the Cookies, tags or other similar devices used by this website, along with information on the purpose, duration and management (own or by third parties) of each of them.

Technical and personalization cookies

These Cookies are used to identify the user during the session, to avoid the user having to repeat authentication processes on the web, to speed up some web site processes, to remember selections made during the session or in subsequent accesses, to remember pages already visited…

Name

Domain

Purpose

Duration

DV

It is used by Google to provide services and extract anonymous information about the navigation.

24 h

PHPSESSID

This cookie is native to PHP and allows the site to store serialized status data. On this site it is used to establish user sessions by passing status data through a temporary cookie also known as a Session Cookie. The PHPSESSID cookie has no expiration date since it disappears when the website is closed.

Session

ci_session

This technical cookie is a session identifier provided by the server. It is used to identify a user who is logged in to our website and to provide you with the content you require.

Session

Technical and personalization cookies

These Cookies are used to identify the user during the session, to avoid the user having to repeat authentication processes on the web, to speed up some web site processes, to remember selections made during the session or in subsequent accesses, to remember pages already visited…

Name

DV

Domain

Purpose

It is used by Google to provide services and extract anonymous information about the navigation.

Duration

24 h

Name

PHPSESSID

Domain

Purpose

This cookie is native to PHP and allows the site to store serialized status data. On this site it is used to establish user sessions by passing status data through a temporary cookie also known as a Session Cookie. The PHPSESSID cookie has no expiration date since it disappears when the website is closed.

Duration

Session

Name

ci_session

Domain

Purpose

This technical cookie is a session identifier provided by the server. It is used to identify a user who is logged in to our website and to provide you with the content you require.

Duración

Session

Browsing analysis cookies

These cookies obtain generic information about users’ accesses to the website (not the content of the website) in order to provide us with aggregated information about these accesses for statistical purposes.

Name

Domain

Purpose

Duration

1P_JAR

Information about the end user’s use of the website and any advertising the end user may have seen before visiting the website.

1 month

ANID

Analytical Cookie.

1 year

CONSENT

It collects information about the end user’s use of the website and any advertising the end user may have seen before visiting the website.

18 years

NID

It helps build a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites.

6 months

DSID

Advertising Cookie; used to target advertising based on content that is relevant to a user, improve campaign performance reports, and avoid displaying ads that the user has already seen.

Session

SDI

Advertising Cookie; used to target advertising based on content that is relevant to a user, improve campaign performance reports, and avoid displaying ads that the user has already seen.

Session

__utma

It is used to calculate new and recurring visitor statistics. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics. The lifetime of the cookie can be customized by website owners.

2 years

__utmb

The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics. Any activity by a user within 30 minutes of life will count as a single visit, even if the user leaves and then returns to the site. A return after 30 minutes will count as a new visit, but as a returning visitor.

30 minutes

__utmc

It is not used on most sites, but is configured to allow interoperability with the previous version of Google Analytics code known as Urchin. In this older version it was used in combination with the utmb cookie to identify new sessions/visits for returning visitors. When used by Google Analytics it is always a session cookie that is destroyed when the user closes their browser.

Session

__utmt

This cookie is set by Google Analytics. According to their documentation, it is used to throttle the service request rate – limiting data collection on high traffic sites. Expires after 10 minutes.

10 minutes

__utmv

This is an optional extra cookie set by the Google Analytics service that allows website owners to track visitor behavior and measure site performance.

2 years

__utmz

It allows website owners to track visitor behavior to measure site performance. This cookie identifies the source of traffic to the site, so Google Analytics can tell site owners where visitors came from when they arrived at the site.

6 months

Browsing analysis cookies

These cookies obtain generic information about users’ accesses to the website (not the content of the website) in order to provide us with aggregated information about these accesses for statistical purposes.

Name

1P_JAR

Domain

Purpose

Information about the end user’s use of the website and any advertising the end user may have seen before visiting the website.

Duration

1 month

Name

ANID

Domain

Purpose

Analytical Cookie

Duration

1 year

Name

CONSENT

Domain

Purpose

It collects information about the end user’s use of the website and any advertising the end user may have seen before visiting the website.

Duration

18 years

Name

NID

Domain

Purpose

It helps build a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites.

Duration

6 months

Name

DSID

Domain

Purpose

Advertising Cookie; used to target advertising based on content that is relevant to a user, improve campaign performance reports, and avoid displaying ads that the user has already seen.

Duration

Session

Name

SDI

Domain

Purpose

Advertising Cookie; used to target advertising based on content that is relevant to a user, improve campaign performance reports, and avoid displaying ads that the user has already seen.

Duration

Session

Name

__utma

Domain

Purpose

It is used to calculate new and recurring visitor statistics. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics. The lifetime of the cookie can be customized by website owners.

Duration

2 years

Name

__utmb

Domain

Purpose

The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics. Any activity by a user within 30 minutes of life will count as a single visit, even if the user leaves and then returns to the site. A return after 30 minutes will count as a new visit, but as a returning visitor.

Duration

30 minutes

Name

__utmc

Domain

Purpose

It is not used on most sites, but is configured to allow interoperability with the previous version of Google Analytics code known as Urchin. In this older version it was used in combination with the utmb cookie to identify new sessions/visits for returning visitors. When used by Google Analytics it is always a session cookie that is destroyed when the user closes their browser.

Duration

Session

Name

__utmt

Domain

Purpose

This cookie is set by Google Analytics. According to their documentation, it is used to throttle the service request rate – limiting data collection on high traffic sites. Expires after 10 minutes.

Duration

10 minutes

Name

__utmv

Domain

Purpose

This is an optional extra cookie set by the Google Analytics service that allows website owners to track visitor behavior and measure site performance.

Duration

2 years

Name

__utmz

Domain

Purpose

It allows website owners to track visitor behavior to measure site performance. This cookie identifies the source of traffic to the site, so Google Analytics can tell site owners where visitors came from when they arrived at the site.

Duration

6 months

Third-party cookies

Some of our pages show content from external providers, for example, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

To view this third-party content, you must first agree to their specific terms and conditions. This includes their cookie policies, over which we have no control, nor responsibility for the security and transparency of your privacy information.

We recommend that you review the privacy and cookie policies of the applications, social networks and service websites that you use on a regular basis.

But if you do not see this content, no third party cookies will be installed on your device.

Third-party providers on the websites

These third party services are outside the control of the Responsible Entity. Providers may, at any time, change their terms of service, the purpose and use of cookies, etc.

How can I disable Cookies in my browser?

Browser

Steps to Disable Cookies

Open Chrome on your computer.

Go to the top right and click More.

Click More Tools.

Delete navigation data.

At the top, choose a time interval. To clear all data, select All periods.

Check the boxes next to “Cookies and other site data” and “Cached files and images”.

Click on Clear the data.

Go to “Tools” in the menu bar, which should open, and click on “Internet Options”.

Click on the “Privacy” tab above.

Go to “Settings” and move the slider up to the “Block all Cookies” button.

Go to “Tools” in the menu bar, which should open, and click on “Internet Options”.

Click on the “Privacy” tab above.

Go to “Settings” and then “Advanced Options” to be able to allow or block both first and third party cookies or if you prefer to be asked.

Click the Menu button and select Options.

Select the Privacy and Security panel and go to the Cookies and Site Data section.

Click Manage Data… The Manage Cookies and Site Data window will open.

In the Search for websites: field, type the name of the website whose cookies you want to delete. Cookies that match your search will be displayed.

To delete all cookies and storage data from the site, click Delete All.

To remove the selected items, choose an entry and click Remove selected.

Click Save Changes.

A confirmation window called Delete Cookies and Site Data will open: click OK.

Go to the Safari menu, click “About” to determine which version of Safari is being used.

On the Safari menu, click on “Preferences”.

Once in the Safari preferences window, click “Privacy”.

Set the preferences to accept cookies next to “Block Cookies.

The Responsible Entity will update the above links and descriptions provided in this table on a regular basis. However, it is possible that, at some moments, these do not correspond with the latest version published by the developer of each browser.

There are also some useful resources for the user that offer detailed information on the types of cookies and how they are used on the website of the Spanish Ministry of the Interior or for effective control/deletion of Cookies you can consult at About Cookies.org.

If you wish to have more control over the installation of cookies, you can install programs or plug-ins to your browser, known as “Do Not Track” tools, which will allow you to choose which cookies you wish to allow.

Additional information

This Cookie Policy may be modified whenever there are changes in the configuration and/or use of cookies. In order to maintain maximum transparency with the user, the Responsible Entity will always keep the updated version published on this website, indicating its date of update at the end of this page.

If you identify any unreported cookies you can contact us via our contact form and we will proceed to identify the cookie and your statement.

If you agree with the Responsible Entity’s cookie policy click on ACCEPT in the banner or pop-up that appears when you enter our website.

Cookie policy last updated in 2020.