Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Pursuant to the provisions of the Spanish Personal Data Protection Organic Act 15/1999, of 13th December, TECNALIA informs you that the information provided by you will be included in an electronic file belonging to TECNALIA.

The purpose of collecting and processing your personal data is to manage information provided in queries, making registration to events and to keep you informed of any news regarding the event for which you have registered, submitting job applications, keeping you abreast of anything related to ICAE 2018 and TECNALIA portal which may be of your interest, as well as submitting any other information related to our activities.

The user hereby consents to the publication by TECNALIA of any photographs obtained during the events where the user may be present. Such images may be distributed through different digital channels of TECNALIA and not for commercial but for information purposes only.

Likewise, you are entitled to exercise your rights to access, change, cancel and oppose storage of your data by sending an email to info@tecnalia.com. You may revoke the authorisation you have granted at any time.

TECNALIA accepts no responsibility or liability for any privacy and data protection policies implemented by any third party websites you may access through this site.

TECNALIA will not be liable for any opinions posted in its blogs and social networks.

COOKIES

ICAE 2018 website uses cookies to store user’s preferences while browsing our site. Likewise, we use Google Analytics which creates its own cookies that are only used to create statistics and analyse user’s behaviour while browsing our site.

Any user not wishing to receive cookies or requiring to be informed before cookies are stored on the user’s computer, may set their browsers for that purpose.

Nowadays, most browsers can be set to manage cookies in three ways:

  1. Cookies are never accepted;
  2. For each cookie, the browser allows the user to decide whether or not cookies should be accepted
  3. Cookies are always accepted.

The browser may also offer the option of expressly specifying which cookies should be accepted and which should not. In particular, the user can normally select any of the following options: reject cookies from specific domains; reject third-parties’ cookies; accept cookies as non persistent (i.e.: they are eliminated once the browser is closed); allow the server to create cookies for a different domain. Furthermore, browsers may also allow users to see and delete cookies one by one.

Further information about cookies available at:
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie_(informática)