PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
Connecting Translations S. C. A. is responsible for the processing of the user’s personal data, and the user is informed that this data will be processed in accordance with the 2016/679 EU Regulations, from 27th April 2016 (GDPR). Therefore, the following information about the processing of data is provided:
Purpose of data processing: As outlined in the section on cookies used on this site.
Legal basis for data processing: Via the user’s consent (as in art. 6.1 GDPR), except when data processing is necessary for navigating the website.
Criteria for storing data: As outlined in the section on cookies used on the website.
Provision of data: Data will not be provided to third parties, except for cookies that belong to third parties or due to legal obligation.
Rights belonging to the user:
- The right to withdraw consent at any moment.
- The right to access, alter, transfer and delete your data, and to limit or deny its processing.
- The right to make a complaint via the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.aepd.es) if you believe that the data processing does not abide by the current regulations.
Contact details for exercising your rights:
Name: Connecting Translations S. C. A.
CIF (Tax Code): F72672413
Address: CALLE ATLANTA 2. BLOQUE 3, ESC. 4, PLANTA 1, PUERTA B, 18014 GRANADA
Phone number: (34) 638 651 383
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT ARE COOKIES AND HOW DOES THIS WEB PAGE USE THEM?
Cookies are only attached to one anonymous user and their computer/device, and they do not collect data that allows the user’s personal information to be known. At any moment the user may access their browser’s settings to customize and/or block the cookies that the website places, without restricting access to the site’s content. However, the quality of available services may be affected.
Users who complete the registration process or who log in with their details will have access to personalised services that have been adapted to their preferences, according to the personal information provided when registering as well as the information stored by their browser’s cookies.
WHY COOKIES ARE IMPORTANT
- From a technical point of view, cookies allow the website to function more smoothly and to be better adapted to user preferences, such as for example remembering their preferred language and currency or detecting the sign-in device.
- They establish levels of protection and security that prevent or protect against cyber-attacks against the website or its users.
- They allow website managers to view statistical data collected by the cookies in order to improve the quality of the services experienced by users.
- They allow adverts to be optimised by showing users what best responds to their interests.
COOKIES WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO THE REGULATIONS AND THOSE WHICH ARE NOT
According to EU regulations, cookies that require user consent are analytical cookies, advertising cookies and affiliate cookies, whilst cookies of a technical nature, cookies which are necessary for the website to function, and cookies involved when the user expressly requests a service are not subject to the same regulations.
TYPES OF COOKIES USED ON THIS WEBSITE
Technical and Functional Cookies:
These cookies allow the user to navigate a web page, platform or application and use the different options or services on offer.
These cookies allow the website manager to monitor and analyse user behaviour on the websites the cookies are linked to. The information collected using this type of cookie is used to measure activity on websites, applications and platforms, and to build browsing profiles for the users of those websites, applications and platforms, with the aim of improving usage data analysis.
These cookies are sent to the user’s device from a device or domain managed by the website manager themself and from which the user receives requested services.
These cookies are sent to the user’s device from a device or domain which is not managed by the website manager, but rather by another entity that processes data collected by cookies.
A type of cookie designed to collect and store information whilst the user is accessing a web page.
A type of cookie which stores data on a device that can be accessed and processed by the cookie’s owner for a defined period which could be a few minutes or several years.
COOKIES SETTINGS PANEL
From the cookies settings panel, you are able to manage the cookies that the website is allowed to install on your browser, except for technical or functional cookies, which are required to be able to navigate a website and make use of the various options or services on offer.
HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES FROM YOUR BROWSER:
Removing cookies from your device:
Cookies that have already been placed on a device can be removed by erasing your browsing history, which deletes the cookies obtained from all of the websites you’ve visited. However, you may also lose some of your saved information (such as your login details or website preferences).
Managing website-specific cookies:
To have closer control over the specific cookies used on each website, users can adjust their privacy and cookies settings in their browser.
Although most browsers today can be configured to block cookies on your device, this can require certain preferences to be adjusted manually every time you visit a web page. Additionally, some services or features may not function correctly (such as logging into your profile).
HOW TO REMOVE COOKIES FROM SOME OF THE MOST COMMON BROWSERS
At any time the user may choose which cookies to allow on this website through the browser settings in, for example: