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Privacy Policy & Cookies

1. Privacy Policy

FORUM JURIDICO ABOGADOS (hereinafter the Website) informs users that the Personal Data it collects (through different means, such as: surveys, forms, online chat, and publicly accessible sources) are processed automatically and incorporated into the corresponding treatment activity Registry owned by FORUM JURIDICO ABOGADOS SLP.

Automatic Personal Data collection and processing is used to maintain contractual relationships established with FORUM JURIDICO ABOGADOS, as well as to perform tasks relating to information, training, commercialisation (which is always identified as such), and the firm's other activities.

In cases where FORUM JURIDICO ABOGADOS is the Processing Party, it assumes the obligations established in the GDPR for these purposes, and declares that it will only process data in compliance with processing party instructions, and will not apply or use data for purposes other than those stipulated in the contract entered into for said purpose.

Likewise, FORUM JURIDICO ABOGADOS informs users that, if expressly authorised, it may use the email addresses that you have provided to keep you up to date on commercial news and different promotional offers. If at any time you wish to oppose receiving commercial communications, please write to the email address despacho@forumjuridicoabogados.com, with "Baja RGPD" ('GDPR Opt-Out') in the subject heading. Consent may be revoked at any time.

Users may exercise the rights expressed in current regulations at any time, including the right to Access, Correct, Suppress, Oppose, and Limit data, and the right to not be the subject of personalised decisions. Users may exercise these rights by sending a written notice to the following address: Calle Padilla, 19, 1º Dcha (28006) Madrid (Madrid); or by sending an email to the address: despacho@forumjuridicoabogados.com.

Users may also exercise these rights according to the terms established by applicable regulations, which can be consulted at www.agpd.es.

Website users will be the sole party responsible for the truthfulness and exactness of data provided, with the Website owner acting in good faith as a mere service provider. If false information is provided, or third-party information is provided without the third party's consent, the website owner reserves to right to immediately destroy said data in order to protect the rights of the owner(s) thereof.

FORUM JURIDICO ABOGADOS agrees to comply with its obligation to save and keep personal data private, and will adopt all technical and organisational measures necessary to guarantee personal data security and avoid its alteration, loss, handling, or unauthorised access according to the state of technology, the nature of personal data stored, and the risks to which it is exposed.

The Website employs widely-used data security measures to avoid unauthorised access to personal data.

Please read this privacy statement carefully before using this Website to understand the way in which we process your data and use cookies. Using this Website implies acceptance of our privacy policy. If this is not the case, do not use this Website.

2. Types of data processed / Links to other websites

The Website respects your privacy. The Website does not collect or process any type of personal data through this Website except data collected through contact forms and cookies, according to that specified below.

This Website may contain links to the websites of other associated companies or social media. By clicking on a link to another web page of the Website, or those of related third parties, remember that these pages have their own privacy policies. Before using these web pages, please familiarise yourself with their privacy policies.

The Website assumes no responsibility of any kind for third-party web pages that are linked to this Website.

3. Data collection and use

In order to improve this Website in terms of system performance and ease of use, as well as to provide useful information about our products and services, we automatically collect and store log file information from your computer.

What type of data does this information include?

  • Your IP address
  • Type of browser
  • Language selected
  • Operating system
  • Internet service provider (ISP)
  • Date/time

For what purpose do we use this information?

In general terms, this information is used to improve this Website's management, analyse trends, and collect demographic information on our users. The information collected may be used for our marketing, advertising, and communication services (for example, to optimise and improve user experience and/or deliver special offers, statistical studies, and more attractive services).

If non-personal information is used in combination with Personal Data, the whole is treated as Personal Data.

4. Use of cookies

In order to optimise our services, this Website, email messages sent, online services, advertisements, and interactive applications may use "cookies".

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that is downloaded onto your computer when accessing certain web pages. They are normally comprised of letters and numbers, and are sent by our website's server to your browser's cookies folder. Among other things, cookies allow our website to store and recall information on your browsing habits or your device, and remember your visit when establishing a new connection between our server and your browser. The main purpose of a cookie is to allow our server to present personalised web pages that can transform Website visits into an individual experience that is adapted to personal preferences.

What types of cookies does this Website use?

1.) The Website uses two types of cookies on this Website according to time spent on the page:

  • Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that remain in your browser's cookies folder while you are browsing our web page. These cookies are necessary for certain applications or functions, and allow this Website to function properly .
  • Persistent cookies: these enhance the user experience (for example, by offering personalised browsing). These cookies remain in your browser for a longer period of time. This period depends on the configuration of your browser's settings. Persistent cookies allow information to be transferred to this Website's server each time you visit. These are also known as tracking cookies.

2.) Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained is processed, this Website uses the following types of cookies:

  • Technical cookies: These are cookies that let you browse a website, platform, or application and use various options or services provided therein, such as controlling traffic, communicating data, identifying sessions, granting access to restricted access areas, recalling items that comprise an order, completing an order's purchasing process, completing event participation or registration requests, using security components while browsing, storing content to distribute videos or sound, or sharing content on social networks.
  • Personalisation cookies: These cookies let you access the service with some characteristics that are generally pre-defined in function of a series of criteria based on your terminal (for example, language settings, the type of browser used to access the service, the regional configuration from which the service is being accessed, etc.).
  • Analysis cookies: These cookies are handled by ourselves or by third parties and allow the number of users to be quantified, allowing statistical analysis and measurements to be carried out regarding user interaction with the service provided. To do this, your browsing habits on our website are analysed in order to improve the products and services we offer you.
  • Advertising cookies: These are cookies that are handled by ourselves or by third parties and allow us to manage the website's advertising space offerings most efficiently, ensuring that the advertising content is in line with the content of the requested service or your use of our website. To do this, we may analyse your internet browsing habits and show you advertising that is related to your browsing profile.
  • Behavioural advertising cookies: These are cookies that are either processed by ourselves or by third parties, and allow us to manage advertising space as efficiently as possible. These advertising spaces may be included on this Website through which the requested service is provided. These cookies store user behavioural information that is obtained by continuous observation of your browsing habits, allowing us to develop a specific profile in order to display advertising in function thereof.

Our own cookies used on the website:

CookiePurposeDurationDescription of the cookie's purpose
_utmaAnalysis2 yearsInternal Measurement with Google Analytics
_utmbAnalysis1 dayInternal Measurement with Google Analytics
_utmcAnalysisUpon ending the browsing sessionInternal Measurement with Google Analytics
_utmtStatistics1 dayEstablishment of page usage statistics
_utmvAnalysis1 dayStorage of the visitor's personalised variable data
_utmzAnalysis6 monthsInternal Measurement with Google Analytics
_gaAnalysis2 yearsAllows Users browsing the website to be identified without revealing their identity (Internal Measurement with Google Analytics)
beng_proxy_sessionSessionUpon ending the browsing sessionSession control
cdp-cookies-plugin-wpPersonalisation1 yearUsed to decide if the cookies policy notice must be shown or not according to whether the user has or has not already given consent

5. Third-party cookies

The Website may use third-party resources to show advertising and monitor our marketing communications. These third parties use cookies to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and personalise their content. Information that may be collected by third parties may include data such as geographic location (through the IP address), contact information, and your email address if you have entered it on this Website.

6. Web beacons or pixel tags

This Website uses web beacons (also known as “pixel tags”). A web beacon is a transparent image, normally no larger than 1 x 1 pixel, that is located on a web page or in an email to monitor the online behaviour of the user visiting the web page.

These images mainly use third-party technologies. In the case of this Website, they are used to monitor visitor activity, as well as learn which Website pages they visit, when they visit, and from where they visit (country/city).

7. Monitoring and Analysis

In order continuously optimise your marketing communications, the Website uses Google Analytics software. This technology lets us understand visitor online behaviour in terms of time, geographic location, and the use of this Website. The information is collected through pixel tags and/or tracking cookies. This information is anonymous, and is not associated with personal data. The Website does not share personal data with third parties for their independent use. All information necessary for analysis is stored on Google servers.

8. Enabling and disabling cookies and similar resources

Remember that certain functions and this Website's full operability may not be available after disabling cookies.

You can allow, block, or delete cookies installed on your computer by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer.

  • If you use Mozilla Firefox: 1. Select Tools, and then, 2. Options 3.Click on Privacy 4. Select or deselect the Accept Cookies option and the Include Third Parties option.
  • If you use Internet Explorer 8.0: 1: Select Tools / Internet Options. 2: Click the Privacy tab. 3: Select the desired settings.
  • If you use Internet Explorer 5.0: 1. Select Tools, and then, 2. Internet Options. 3. Click on the Security tab, 4. on Internet, and lastly on Personalisation Level. 5. Go to Cookies and select one of the two options.
  • If you use Internet Explorer 4.0: 1. Select See, and then, 2. Internet Options. 3. Click on the Advanced tap, 4. Go to the icon with the yellow exclamation point found in Security and select one of the three options to regulate the use of cookies.
  • In Internet Explorer 3.0, you can click on See, Options, Advanced, and the Notify button before accepting "cookies".
  • If you use Netscape Communicator 4.0: on the task bar, click on:
  • If you use Google Chrome: 1. Click on the Google Chrome menu icon; 2 Select Configuration, 3. Click on Show advanced options..., which you will find towards the bottom of the page; 4. In the "Privacy" section, click on Content configuration... 5. To disable or enable cookies, tick the "Block third-party cookies and website data" box. In order to allow first-party or third-party cookies, select the Allow local data to be established option. If you only want to accept first-party cookies, tick the verification box located next to "Block third-party cookies and website data".

9. Changes to our Privacy Policy

Any change to our privacy policy that we may make in the future will be communicated on this page. As such, you should regularly check for updates or changes to our privacy policy.

10. Contact

Processing Party: FORUM JURIDICO ABOGADOS SLP, Taxpayer Identification Number: B84526334, Contact telephone: 914461575.

email: despacho@forumjuridicoabogados.com - Mailing address: Calle Padilla, 19, 1º Dcha (28006) Madrid (Madrid).

You can also contact us to access any personal information that we have collected through this Website in order to exercise your rights to rectify, block, or cancel said information.

Please consult our Legal Notice and Conditions of Use sections for all information concerning the Website's owner.

The Website takes all reasonable measures to ensure that the contents therein are precise and valid.

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