COOKIE POLICY

This Cookie Usage Policy refers to the website operated under the domain www.edtpartners.com by EDT Partners, S.L.U.

This Policy governs the use of the Website by anyone accessing the Website from any communication protocol, who shall be considered the User.

The Website uses cookies in its internal operating processes. These cookies allow us to learn about the User’s browsing data in order to make any communication subsequent to the User’s initial access to the Website more convenient and faster. Under no circumstances will cookies be used to monitor the User’s access or to browse the Website in order to analyse their browsing or access habits or to obtain any type of personal information. No profiling analysis is carried out.

Specifically, the Website uses cookies to identify the registered User (authentication and identification cookies), who has contracted the provision of some service by EDT Partners, S.L.U., so that the User can quickly access those contracted services when leaving a session and starting another one later. The latter are persistent cookies, and are not cancelled unless the User decides to delete them.

The duration of these cookies is estimated to be necessary to achieve these objectives. Under no circumstances will cookies be used for any purpose other than those stated above. Users may configure their Internet browser to obtain better knowledge and control of cookies, and even to render them inoperative or deactivate them. In the latter case, however, the User must bear in mind that such deactivation may lead to a slowdown in communication between EDT Partners, S.L.U and the User, the need for the User to re-process their request for the provision of services or the impossibility of providing some or certain services contracted through the Website.

Consent to the use of cookies. Revocation of consent

In accordance with the cookie notice that appears on the Website, the user or visitor of the Website accepts that, by the mere fact of browsing the Website, they expressly consent to the use of cookies as described below, except to the extent that they have modified the configuration of their browser to reject the use of cookies, as indicated above.

Without prejudice to the foregoing, the User may revoke the consent initially given, as well as exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, limitation of processing and portability of the data, by sending an e-mail to rgpd@ponsip.com.

Types of cookies used on the website

In accordance with the above, the Website uses cookies to allow us browsing and obtaining greater efficiency and personalization of the services offered to the registered User, or to authenticate or identify him/her when accessing the contracted services. The types of cookies used obey the following functional characteristics:

  • Strictly necessary cookies inserted by the owner: these are cookies that are strictly necessary to facilitate correct browsing on the Website, as well as to ensure that the content included is loaded efficiently.
  • Session cookies: these are temporary and expire and are automatically deleted when the User closes their browser.
  • Consequently, the Website uses two types of cookies:
Third party cookies

Browsing through the Website may lead to the User being offered a link to another website or to an application or social networking website. This may involve the acceptance of cookies from third party websites outside of this one.

Disabling or deleting cookies

The user has the option to allow, block or, where appropriate, delete all cookies that have been installed on the local computer.

If the User deactivates cookies, some of the services previously provided with their acceptance may no longer be operative.

EDT Partners, S.L.U is not responsible for the fact that some browsers may prevent or hinder the deactivation or elimination of cookies. The user must confirm with the manufacturer or supplier of said Internet browsing programme that it has the corresponding functionality, as well as duly explaining how to achieve said deactivation or elimination.