Cookie Policy

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Cookie Policy 2019-03-19T16:57:44+00:00

Our domain  uses cookies in orther to collect personal information, such as the browser you are using, your operative system, visited pages, urls, Internet Service Providers… in order to improve our services Cookies help us to adapt this webpage to your personal needs.

A “Cookie” is a little text file which is stored in the user’s PC and allow us to remember it. Cookies help us to improve our web quality, and allow us to customize the user’s browsing experience in our website. Cookies are nowdayys an essential part of the Internet, as they offer countless advantages when talikng about interactive serivces such as ease the browsing experience and improving our website usability.

Cookies can not harm your computer. To the contrary, they help us to identify and solve the errors detected and improve the navegability.

Types of cookies:

More information about the variety of cookies we use is stated below:

  1. Regarding thecookie “lifetime” (the time in which the cookie is active in our PC) we can classify cookies
  • Session cookies: they are temporary cookies which will stay in your browser cookie files until you quit the webpage. None of them will be registered in the user’s hardware. Information collected by this cookies are used to analyse the traffic patern in the website. In the long-term, this allows us to provide a better experience improving content and usability.
  • Persistent cookie: they are saved in the hardware and our website uses them each time you visit it. A persistent cookie expires at a specific date. Cookie will stop working after this date. We use it, generally, to make buying services and log-in as smooth as possible.
  1. Regarding the cookie use, we can classify cookies:
  • Required cookies: they are strictly necessary, e.g those which help to improve the browse experience or the ones which allow payment, or those that allow the content to be efficently loaded.
    • In this category, we can also find cookies with the following scope:
      • Allowing communication between user and network.
      • Providing the user with a service he has especifically required.
      • In both cases for the cookies installation information and user consent is not required. Specifically, accordig to the UE Expert Group (Article 29, Judgement 4/20123) the cookies that will not be in this group are those whose purpose are:
        • User input cookies
        • User authentication or identification Cookies (just for the log-in)
        • User security Cookies
        • Multimedia Player Session Cookies
        • Session cookies with load balancing
        • Cookies for personalizing user interface
        • Plug-in cookies for social content exchange
      • Any other Required cookie which have not been include above will require previous user’s information and cosent.
  • Functional cookies: they are cookies that help the user to have a better browsing experience. Cookies used to store the browsing data of a specific language are an example of this type.
  • Analytical cookies: they are cookies which allow us to analyse the use of the website, so that we can measure and improve functioning.
  • Third-party and advertisingCookies: they are used by social media or by external plugs, such as google maps or advertising companies. They are used to show advertisements related to your interests.

PSICOTEC, S.A. stores all the information collected by Cookies in a non-personalised format (IP direction). This information will not be revealed to thir parties outside PSICOTEC, S.A., nor will be used to undesired communications.

Apropriate privacy – Cookie management

If the user requires so, the cookies recording can be object of his or her agreement during the installation or up-date of the used browser. Users can at everytime revoke their agrement through the content and privacy setting options of every browser. Nevertheless, if users refuse cookies installation in its browsers, they may not be able to have acces to some of our sections.

For more information about cookies activation, restriction and/or disablement settings you can learn more by consulting the Help section of your browser:

  • To learn more about blocking the use of cookies inGoogle Chrome
  • To learn more about blocking the use of cookies inFirefox
  • Más información sobre como bloquear el uso de las cookies en Internet Explorer
  • To learn more about blocking the use of cookies in Safari
  • To learn more about blocking the use of cookies in Blackberry
  • To learn more about blocking the use of cookies in WindowsPhone

Many browsers allow you to browse in private. This will assure that all the cookies will be always deleted after your visit. Depending on each browser it may be named diferrently. Above you will find a list of the most common browser and their different names.

  • Internet Explorer 8 and following versions; InPrivate
  • Safari 2 and following versions; Private Browsing
  • Opera 10.5 and following versinos; Private Browsing
  • FireFox 3.5 y superior; Navegación Privada
  • Google Chrome 10 and following versions; Incognito

Cookies relation and description:

On the table below, you will be shown in a schematic way all the cookies mentioned herein and used in PSICOTEC, S.A. site.:

Cookie name Cooki domine Ends (session, persistent) Use (Required -Functional-Analytic-Third-party and advertising)
_utma 2 years Analytica Cookies (Google Analytics): They store the number of visits, the moment in which the first one was done, the previosu visit and the current one.


q_utmb Session Analytical Cookies (Google Analytics): They are used to measure the time you spend in a website.


_utmc Session Analytical Cookies (Google Analytics): They are used tThey are used to measure the time you spend in a website.


_utmz 6 months Analytical CookiesGoogle Analytics): They analyzes the webpages from which the visitor have arrived (search engine, key words, link).


_ga 2 years Analytical Cookies (Google Analytics): They used an anonymous identifier to distinguish anonimous users and to analyse user’s interaction in the app. This is done in order to improve the services.


_gat 10 minutes, counting from creation or modification Analytical Cookies (Google Analytics): They are used in order to differenciate the tracking objects created in a session. La cookie se crea al cargar la librería javascript y no existe una versión previa de la cookie _gat. La cookie se actualiza cada vez que envia los datos a Google Analytics.