Data protection policy.
The owner and manager of this website as per the provisions of the Data Law is José Ignacio Andrade Rosa, administrator of the company LUDICO BUSINESS & ENTERTAINMENT SL, tax code CIF B83766832 (hereinafter, us). For more information about the company, refer to the details given in the Legal Notice section of our website.
This data protection policy applies solely and exclusively to the website hosted in this domain, and not to other websites which our website may redirect you to by means of external links.
Access to website pages and files of our website.
Our website server automatically records and processes in a protocol the data on visits by users to our website or to any of its files. The specific data listed below are stored about each access or visit to our website:
- • IP address of computer from which website is accessed
- • date and time of access,
- • page visited / name of file visited,
- • amount of data transferred,
- • information on whether accessed or not,
- • Internet address from which page, file or specific feature is accessed,
- • Internet browser used.
The data listed above are kept along with IP address during the time the website is accessed in order to facilitate use of our website. In addition, the IP address is also stored for a short period of time in order to ensure IT security and, above all, to protect our computer systems from illicit actions and defend them against attacks.
The data stored are also used for statistical purposes and to optimize our website by means of Google Analytics analysis (see below).
We use session or temporary cookies to improve navigation around our website. These cookies expire at the end of the session, so are deleted when users exit their Internet browser.
We also use persistent or permanent cookies which remain saved after ending a session, e.g. for storing search history information and showing it to the user. However, users can disable storage of their search histories if they so wish.
Similarly, there are external suppliers who use third-party cookies for tools such as Google Analytics and Google AdSense (see below).
Users can prevent cookies being saved in their computer by setting specific preferences in their Internet browser. For this purpose, Internet browsers typically offer different features which users can find out about on the help pages of their browser. For example, browsers can be configured automatically to block all cookies, or only to allow cookies from certain pages, or to request permission before saving a cookie. However, we expressly inform you that blocking cookies from our website may in some cases limit or restrict use of our website or the operation of specific features, or of the websites of other suppliers.
Taking Internet Explorer 7.0 browser as an example, cookies are blocked as described below:
- Click on the Internet Explorer “Extras” menu, and then select “Internet Options”.
- Click on “Privacy” and move the slide bar to the level of privacy you want. If you select “Block all cookies”, all cookies from all websites will be blocked. In this case, websites will no longer be able to read cookies that are already stored on your computer. Browser options also allow users to define and enable specific privacy settings for websites.
For more information on blocking and removing cookies, refer to your browser’s help page.
Google uses this information on behalf of the website owner in order to analyse use of the website, compile reports on website activity and provide the website owner with other services relating to website use and Internet use in general. The user IP address transmitted by the user’s browser in the Google Analytics framework is not linked to other Google data. Users can prevent cookies from being stored on their computer by choosing specific settings in their browser preferences. However, we expressly inform you that doing so may restrict navigation around our website, or limit access to specific features of the website.
Users can also prevent data on web use generated by cookies, and their IP address, from being saved and transmitted to Google, and can prevent Google from processing such information. To do so, users must download and install the plug-in from the following link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=es
We work with external suppliers who place advertisements in our website when users visit it, and it is possible that these suppliers use information on visits to this website and others to place advertisements which may be of interest to users.
We have entered a contract with the company Google Ireland Limited (hereinafter, Google) and we use Google AdSense on our website so that advertisements of interest to users may be placed. However, the advertisements which appear on our website are not chosen by us, but rather by Google. To do this, Google complies information on visits by users to pages with Google AdSense, stores information on user activity, saves it in a double-click cookie in the user’s computer, accesses this information and saves it. It cannot be guaranteed that such information storage in the USA or other countries complies with Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals regarding the processing of persona data and on the free movement of such data (EC Official Journal L 281 page 31).
Google states that all information gathered on users is processed in accordance with prevailing data protection legislation. Google analyses all the information to which it has access and draws up a user profile, based principally on the types of pages visited by the user. This information is used for placement of advertisements organised by categories of interest. Google states that in the absence of user consent, it does not place advertisements based on critical information or categories of interest based on, for example, user race, religion, sexual orientation, health or economy.
It is also possible that external suppliers who place advertisements on our website may store and read cookies on user computers, and use web beacons or crawlers to gather information on users.
Users may exercise their right of opposition to prevent Google from creating their user profile.
Users can also do this by configuring different options in their browser. Standard settings in the majority of browsers are configured to accept cookies, but users can configure their browser to reject all cookies or to notify when a cookie is sent. However, if all cookies are disabled, it is possible that not all Google features and services will be accessible. Google AdSense data protection policy provides further information on this area and on how to disable double-click cookies.
External advertisers can also place advertisements based on prior interaction with users (e.g. users have visited the advertiser’s website before). Users can access and manage their interest categories in Google’s advertising manager.
Social network plug-ins.
To make our website more attractive for users and provide a better browsing experience, we use social network plug-ins on our website.
Our website hosts social network functions such as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Facebook functions are identified with the Facebook logo, Google+ functions with the Google+ logo and Twitter functions with the Twitter logo.
All information on data collection and its treatment and use by Facebook can be consulted in their data protection policy (http://www.facebook.com/policy.php). The owner responsible for this social network is Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. By using Facebook plug-ins, users may create links between their visits to websites and their Facebook account and, thereby, reveal same to other users and transmit such information to Facebook. We do not receive any information on this area. If you are a Facebook user and do not wish Facebook to gather data about you and link them to your Facebook account information, you can close your Facebook session before visiting our website.
All information on data collection and its treatment and use by Google+ can be consulted in their data protection policy (http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/). The owner responsible for this social network is Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. By using Google plug-ins, users may create links between their visits to websites and their Google account and, thereby, reveal same to other users and transmit such information to Google. We do not receive any information on this area. If you are a Google+ user and do not wish Google to gather data about you and link them to your Google account information, you can close your Google+ session before visiting our website.
All information on data collection and its treatment and use by Twitter can be consulted in their data protection policy (http://twitter.com/privacy). The owner responsible for this social network is Twitter Inc., Twitter, Inc. 1355 Market St, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA. By using Twitter plug-ins and the “Retweet” function, users may create links between their visits to websites and their Twitter account and, thereby, reveal same to other users and transmit such information to Twitter. We do not receive any information on this area. If you do not wish Twitter to collect information about you, you can change your privacy settings in your Twitter account by using the following link: http://twitter.com/account/settings.
On our website. we offer several options for contacting us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you send us an email, we store your data and email address solely and exclusively for processing your query if necessary.