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· What is Law Society Services and Information (LSSI).

LSSI stands for Law Society Services Information Spain, although in reality his full name is Law 34/2002, of July 11, Services Information Society and Electronic Commerce.

Citizens, politicians and consumer organizations, among others, have highlighted the need for the effective protection of privacy is guaranteed. This interest has also been reflected in various documents published by data protection authorities; among others, in the Views of the Working Group of Article 29. The industry, meanwhile, is equally aware that the digital development involves ensuring user confidence in the network and, therefore, in this area, to ensure that the use of cookies is carried out while respecting the privacy of users.

Get the confidence of users imply that they are aware that their surfing habits will sometimes be known by Internet service providers, who can assess the benefits associated with such knowledge and know how to manage the acceptance or rejection of such advantages.
And is that by using storage devices and retrieval, such as cookies or other, service providers obtain data related to users that can later be used for the provision of specific services, advertising or serve as a basis for the development of improved or new products and services in free times. This circumstance determines the need to implement a system in which the user is fully aware of the installation of those devices and the purpose of its use, ultimately being knowledgeable destination of data that are being used and the impact that this system implies your privacy. Therefore, the new Community and national regulation requires obtaining informed in order to ensure that users are aware of the use of their data and the purposes for which they are used consent.
When determining the level of detail in the information to be provided about cookies and how that consent for installation and use must be obtained, it should be a clear reference about the level of understanding of users in relation to the same. In this sense, must be present studies conducted to date, which show that knowledge of users on the operation of cookies and options for management is limited, especially among those who have a technical knowledge lower or less regularly use the Internet.
In short, the digital industry and in particular the field of digital advertising and represent those who are aware of the importance of privacy on the Internet and the need for information and consent forms that meet the requirements of transparency and requires control rules adapted to the current level of knowledge of users; all this while protecting the significant investment in this sector, but expressing the interest of the industry itself by implementing a transparent system in this area.
In this regard, the industry and their representatives thank the Spanish Data Protection Agency available and the opportunity to cooperate in designing solutions and show commitment in compliance with the legislation on cookies through a series of proposals. Solutions already adopted by other authorities European data protection, they will also aimed at fulfilling a task in the formation and maturation of Internet users in understanding these tools of information society that promotes responsible use of the same, allowing at the same time environment creative and transparent.

· Scope of the rules:

The second paragraph of Article 22 of the LSSI provides:

1.1 Service providers can use devices storing and retrieving data terminal equipment recipients, provided that they have given their consent after they have provided them with clear and comprehensive information on their use, in particular on the purpose of processing data in accordance with the provisions of Law 15/1999, of December 13, Protection of Personal Data with.
Where technically possible and effective, the consent of the recipient to accept the treatment of data may be facilitated by using the appropriate settings of a browser or other applications, provided that he should proceed with its configuration during installation or upgrade by action expressly for this purpose.
This shall not prevent any technical storage or access for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication by an electronic communications network or to the extent strictly necessary for the provision of a service of the information society specifically requested by the recipient.
Consequently, the guidelines in this guide will be useful to those cases to come within the second paragraph of Article 22 of the LSSI in accordance with the provisions of Chapter II of the LSSI own entitled "Scope" .

In particular, it should be noted that, in accordance with the transcribed precept, the same applies to any "storage devices and data recovery" in any "terminal equipment recipients" and that the Annex to the aforementioned LSSI defined as "Recipient service or recipient "to" natural or legal person who uses, whether or not for professional reasons, a service of the information society ".
Thus, Article 22 of the LSSI and this guide refer to the installation of cookies and similar technologies used (such as Local shared objects or flash cookies2, etc.) to store and retrieve data terminal equipment (eg, a computer, a mobile phone or tablet) of a natural or legal person who uses, whether or not for professional reasons, a service of the information society.
In any case, let us remember that when installing and / or using a cookie involves the processing of personal data, those responsible for such treatment must ensure compliance with the additional requirements imposed by the regulations on protection of personal data, particularly in relation to sensitive data.
It is appropriate to recall the need for additional safeguards in this area regarding minors.

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Cookies Navigation:

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personal, nor identifying information about visitors is collected; with the ultimate aim
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By visiting our website, you accept the installation of these cookies on your device.

Functional Cookies:

These cookies allow recall information (such as your username, language or region
that is) and personal characteristics. For example, the ability to deliver content
personalized information based on criteria you provided voluntarily. These
Cookies may also be used to remember changes to the text size,
Customizable fonts and other parts of the website. They are also used to provide some
requested services, such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information they collect these
cookies can be anonymous and can not be followed its activity on other websites.
By visiting our website, you accept the installation of these cookies on your device.

How to manage cookies on computers:

If you want to allow the use of cookies on our site, please follow the instructions below.
Google Chrome:

1. When you open the browser, click "Tools" at the top and select the tab
2. Under Options, click "privacy".
3. Check "Allow cookie".
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0
1. When you open the browser, click "Tools" at the top and select the tab
2. Check the tab "Privacy" making sure it is configured with a security level
middle or lower.
3. If Internet settings are not half will be blocking cookies.
Mozilla Firefox
1. When you open the browser, click "Tools" at the top and select the tab
2. Select the Privacy icon
3. Click on cookies, and brand: "allow installation of cookies".
1. When you open the browser, click "Tools" at the top and select the tab
2. Click on the tab "Security" and check if the "Block access cookies
third "is checked or not.
3. Click on "Save".

The use of cookies on Mac

If you have a Mac and you want to allow access to our cookies on your computer, please follow
the following instructions:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on OSX

1. Go to "Explorer" and select "Preferences" in the navigation bar.
2. Make scroll down until you see "Cookies" just below received files.
3. Mark "Do not ask again".

Safari on OSX

1. Go to Safari and select "Preferences" in the navigation bar.
2.Pincha on the tab "Security" and marcae the "accept cookies"
3. Select the option 'Only from the actual site where am sailing "

Mozilla and Netscape on OSX

1. Go to "Mozilla" or "Netscape" and at the top of your browser, check the option
2. Make scroll down until you see "Cookies" below the "Privacy and Security".
3. Check the "Allow access cookies only from the current site"


1. Go to "Opera" and select "Menu" and "Settings" in the navigation bar.
2. Select "Preferences" and click on the tab "Advanced".
3. Check the "Accept Cookies"

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