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Cookies policy

UNISA's Cookies policy

1. Who is responsible for processing your personal details?: UNISA EUROPA S.A. (hereinafter, UNISA) with registered address at Poligono Chinorlet XB-56, 03649 Chinorlet, Monovar (Alicante) – Spain and duly inscribed in Alicante Mercantile Register under volume 1458, book 0, sheet 90, Page A-14420, with Tax ID. number: A03779949 is responsible for the processing of all personal details gathered from this website.

In case of any queries regarding this Cookies Policy, you may effectively contact UNISA directly at the email addressprotecciondatos@unisa-europa.com


2. What are Cookies?: Cookies are small devices or data files that the Website server sends to the browser installed in the user's laptop, Smartphone, tablet, etc. that they connect from in order to store information regarding their browsing that may be, where applicable, subsequently recovered.

2.1. What type of Cookies are available?: There are different categories of Cookies, and the same cookie may belong to more than one category:

2.1.1. Type of Cookies by entity type: Depending on the company that manages the device or domain from where the Cookies are sent and/or that processes the data obtained, these may be:

- Own Cookies: These are sent to the user's device from a computer or domain that is managed by the Website's owner/ editor, which is where the user's requested services are supplied from.
- Third party Cookies: These are sent to the user's device from a computer or domain that is not managed by the Website's owner/ editor, but rather by a different organisation that processes the information obtained through the Cookies.

Some Cookies are sent to the user's device from a computer or domain that is managed by the Website's owner/ editor, although the data gathered is subsequently managed by a third party. In these cases, they are also considered as third party Cookies.

2.1.2. Types of Cookies according to the period during which they are active:

- Session Cookies: A type of Cookies designed to gather and store information while users access a website. They are often used to store information that is only intended to provide the services requested by the user on a specific occasion.
- Persistent Cookies: In the case of these Cookies, the data remains stored in the user's computer and may be accessed and processed for the period of time established by the cookie manager, ranging from a few minutes to several years.

2.1.3. Type of Cookies depending on their purpose: Depending on the purposes for which the data may be obtained, we can classify Cookies as:

- Technical Cookies: These allow users to browse a Website, platform or application while using the different options and services available, such as traffic and data communication control, session identification, accessing restricted areas, remembering the items included in an order, processing a purchase order, managing subscription or event participation requests, using security devices during browsing, storing contents to play videos or sound or sharing content via social media channels.
- Customisation Cookies: They allow users to access services with certain predefined general features based on a number of criteria set by the user's computer. Examples of these are language preferences or the type of browser used to connect to a service, regional setup that the service is accessed from, etc.
- Analysis Cookies: These allow the company in charge to perform monitoring and analysis of users' behaviour at the corresponding Websites. Any information gathered with this type of Cookies is used to measure activity in a website, application or platform, and also to create user browsing profiles for these websites, applications or platforms in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of usage data gathered from the service users.
- Advertising Cookies: These allow websites, applications and platforms providing a service requested by users to manage their advertising spaces as efficiently as possible based upon criteria such as the edited content or how often the ads are displayed.

This advertising Cookies category also includes Behavioural advertising Cookies: These allow websites, applications and platforms providing a service requested by users to manage their advertising spaces as efficiently as possible. They store user's behavioural data obtained through ongoing observation of their browsing habits, allowing them to create a specific profile to show their own advertising based on these parameters. 


3. What types of Cookies are used in this website?:

Technical and functional Cookies:

Ownership

Cookie name

Purpose

Duration

ct.pinterest.com

_pinterest_ct_ua

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

1 year

google.com

CONSENT

Google's Cookies consent tracker

17 years

google.com

SEARCH_SAMESITE

SameSite prevents the browser from sending this cookie along with cross site requests.  The main goal is to mitigate the risk of cross origin information leakage.  It also provides some protection against cross site request forgery attacks.

6 months

pinterest.com

_pinterest_cm

Pinterest Cookies ensure that you can share a website through Pinterest by using the 'share' button

1 year

unisa-europa.com

_gat_UA-12946190-1

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

Session Cookies

unisa-europa.com

_hjAbsoluteSessionInProgress

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

Session Cookies

unisa-europa.com

_lang

Saves the user's language preference for a specific website

1 year

unisa-europa.com

_langSelected

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

1 year

unisa-europa.com

_pais

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

1 year

unisa-europa.com

_pin_unauth

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

1 year

unisa-europa.com

_uetsid

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

20 hours

unisa-europa.com

_uetvid

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

16 days

unisa-europa.com

Cookies

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

1 year

unisa-europa.com

GResponse

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

1 year

unisa-europa.com

ps_analytics

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

24 days

unisa-europa.com

YiiSession

Cookie required to use the Website options and services

Session Cookies

youtube.com

CONSENT

Google's Cookies consent tracker

17 years

 

Analysis Cookies

Ownership

Cookie name

Purpose

Duration

unisa-europa.com

_ga

ID used to allow customer identification

2 years

unisa-europa.com

_gid

ID used to allow customer identification 24 hours since their last activity

20 hours

unisa-europa.com

_hjid

Cookie Hotjar. This cookie is set when the customer first lands on a page with the Hotjar script. It is used to persist the Hotjar user ID, unique to that site on the browser.  This ensures that behaviour in subsequent visits to the same site will be attributed to the same user ID.

Session Cookies

unisa-europa.com

_hjIncludedInSample

Cookie Hotjar.  This session cookie is set to let Hotjar know whether that visitor is included in the sample which is used to generate funnels.

Session Cookies

youtube.com

__Secure-3PAPISID

These Cookies are used to show more relevant and personalised ads to the user.

2 years

youtube.com

__Secure-3PSID

These Cookies are used to show more relevant and personalised ads to the user.

2 years

youtube.com

__Secure-APISID

These Cookies are used to show more relevant and personalised ads to the user.

3 days

youtube.com

__Secure-HSID

These Cookies are used to show more relevant and personalised ads to the user.

3 days

youtube.com

__Secure-SSID

These Cookies are used to show more relevant and personalised ads to the user.

3 days

 

Advertising Cookies

Ownership

Cookie name

Purpose

Duration

bing.com

ANON

Contains the ANID, a unique identifier derived from the user's Microsoft account that is used for ads, customisation and for operational reasons. It is also used to maintain a user's choice regarding enabling ads based on Microsoft interests when they associate their opt-out with their Microsoft account.

6 months

bing.com

MUID

Identifies unique web browsers that visit Microsoft sites. These Cookies are used for ads, site analysis and other operational reasons.

1 year

bing.com

NAP

Contains an encrypted version of the user's country, postcode, age, gender, language and occupation, if known, based on their Microsoft account profile.

6 months

doubleclick.net

IDE

This cookie is used to guide, analyse and optimise the DoubleClick / Google Marketing Suite advertising campaigns

1 year

facebook.com

fr

Contains a unique browser and user identifier that is used for targeted advertising.

3 months

google.com

1P_JAR

These Cookies are established through embedded YouTube videos. They record anonymous statistical data such as, how many times is a video played back and the settings used to play it.

1 month

google.com

ANID

Google uses these Cookies to ensure that advertising is more attractive to users and more valuable for editors and advertisers

1 year

google.com

NID

These Cookies are used to gather statistical website data and track the conversion rates and customisation of Google advertising

7 months

google.com

OTZ

Aggregated website visitors' analysis

1 month

unisa-europa.com

_fbp

Used by Facebook to offer a series of products such as advertising, real time, third party advertising offers

3 months

unisa-europa.com

_gcl_au

Used by Google AdSense in order to experiment with advertising based on the efficiency of websites that use their services.

3 months

youtube.com

GPS

Records a unique identifier in mobile devices in order to allow monitorisation based upon their GPS location.

Session Cookies

youtube.com

VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

These Cookies attempt to estimate the user's bandwidth in YouTube pages with embedded videos.

6 months



This Website uses Google Tag Manager: Google Tag Manager is a system to manage and deploy marketing tags snippets of code or tracking pixels easily and quickly on a website or mobile app such as those aimed at traffic analysis and optimising marketing campaigns. It is used to add and update personalised tags from third parties or companies such as AdWords, Google Analytics, Firebase Analytics and Floodlight from the Tag Manager user interface without having to modify the code.


4. How to disable and/ or block Cookies: When you access our Website, Cookies shall only be installed if you have accepted their installation as foreseen by the first information layer. In addition, when presented with the first information layer regarding the use of Cookies, users shall be able to setup the types of Cookies that they wish to install.

Google Analytics may be disabled from: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en-GB 

In addition, users shall, at any time, manage the use of Cookies from the browser installed in their device. In the following links, you may find further information regarding which Cookies have been installed in your browser, and how to allow their installation, block them or remove them from your device:

Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en

Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-Cookies

Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-Cookies-website-preferences?redirect=no

Safari: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/guide/safari/sfri11471/mac

Opera: https://help.opera.com/en/latest/web-preferences/#Cookies

There are also a series third party tools available online that allow users to detect the Cookies in each website visited and disable them. One such tool is Ghostery (https://www.ghostery.com/).

Since Internet browsers are the actual tools in charge of storing Cookies, please refer to them in order to exercise your rights to delete or disable them. Neither this website nor its legal representatives are able to ensure a correct or incorrect handling of Cookies by your own Internet browser.

In certain cases, you will be required to install Cookies to ensure that your browser will not forget your decision to refuse them.


5. Purpose of personal data processing: Please refer to the information included in the table of Cookies installed by this website.


6. Storage period: All information obtained through the installation of Cookies is stored for a period of two years.


7. Legitimisation: Our legal basis for the processing of your personal details is based upon obtaining prior informed user consent in a free, specific and unequivocal manner.


8. End users: All data obtained through the installation of Cookies shall not be shared with any third parties other than UNISA, except in the case of legal requirements or when expressly requesting your consent. However, due to the use of third party plug ins and add ons in our website, these may be communicated to those third parties listed in table of Cookies installed in our Website.


9. Rights: All Users are entitled to exercise the following rights:

- Right to ACCESS their personal details - Right to request their RECTIFICATION in case of any inaccuracies

- Right to request their REMOVAL in the event that these were no longer required for the purposes that they were gathered for.

- In certain circumstances, Users may request us to RESTRICT THE PROCESSING of their data. In these cases, we shall only retain them for the purposes of raising or responding to any complaints.

- In certain circumstances, Users may also OPPOSE the processing of their data for reasons concerning their specific circumstances. In that event, we shall avoid their processing, except in the event of compulsory and legitimate reasons, or for raising or responding to any complaints.

- In certain circumstances, Users may also request the PORTABILITY of their data for reasons concerning their specific circumstances. This is in addition to the right to access, allowing Users to receive a copy of their corresponding personal details as provided by them in a structured manner, in a widely used and machine readable format, and to transfer their details to a different company by prior request from the User.

In addition to the afore mentioned technical solutions, Users may also exercise the above rights by sending a request via any means that provides proof of sending and receipt. In order to do so, please state your intentions clearly enclosing a copy of your national ID card and/ or any other ID document to the above mentioned email or postal addresses.

Furthermore, should they consider that any of their above rights have been breached, users shall also be entitled to file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD as per its Spanish acronym) located at Jorge Juan 6, 28001-Madrid https://www.aepd.es/  or online at: https://sedeagpd.gob.es/sede-electronica-web/.



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