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USE OF COOKIES
WHAT ARE COOKIES AND HOW DO WE USE THEM?
peoplegroupspain.com, either on its own account or that of a contracted third party that performs gauging services, may use cookies when a user browses the Web. Cookies are files that are sent to the browser through a web server in order to record user activities while browsing.
The use of cookies enables the server to recognize the web browser used by the browser at the meeting point with the Web, in order to make browsing easier, granting access to previously registered users, as well as areas, services, promotions and contests reserved exclusively for them, and without them having to register each time they visit, by way of example. They are also used to measure the audience and the web traffic and its contours, and to monitor the progress and the number of entries.
Guarantees on the use of cookies
The cookies used on the website are basically associated with anonymous users and their computers, and do not provide users’ personal data.
Some cookies are used by third parties (that is, Google) to provide peoplegroupspain.com with data on the effectiveness of their promotions. In no case do cookies collect personal information that could reveal the identity of a specific User.
The cookies used on the Web are only fleeting, with the sole objective of making their subsequent transfer more efficient. No cookie used on the Web will be valid for a period exceeding two years.
Users have the opportunity to configure their browser in such a way that it receives reports of receipt of cookies and prevents their installation on their computer.
The User is exposed to not being able to access certain functions of the Web if he deletes or disables the cookies of peoplegroupspain.com.
For the use of the Web, it is not necessary for Users to allow the installation of cookies without prejudice to the fact that it may be necessary for them to start a session as such for each service they use and that requires prior registration or session. initiation.

WHAT KIND OF COOKIES DO WE USE?
We use different types of cookies:
Technical cookies: allow the user to browse the Web and use functions such as shopping baskets.
Analysis cookies: peoplegroupspain.com uses Google analytical cookies in order to quantify the number of Users who visit the Web. These cookies allow you to evaluate and analyze the way in which Users browse the Web. This information allows peoplegroupspain.com to continuously improve its services and the shopping experience of its Web Users. For more information, see the privacy page on Google Analytics: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
Personalization cookies: when the User is browsing or making purchases on the Website, the Website remembers their preferences (that is, their location or language of choice). Thanks to these cookies, it is possible to offer a simpler, simplified and personalized browsing experience for each individual User.
Advertising cookies: these cookies are used to show relevant ads to users. In addition, they also impose limits on the frequency with which each User sees an advertisement and, therefore, help peoplegroupspain.com to measure the effectiveness of its advertising campaigns. When browsing the Web, the User accepts that peoplegroupspain.com is downloading this type of cookies on his device, and makes inquiries with the User when he visits the Peoplegroupspain.com Site in the future.

WHAT ABOUT THE LINKS TO OTHER WEB PAGES?
The Web may contain links to other Websites, with privacy policies different from those of peoplegroupspain.com. In this sense, transferpeople.com does not accept responsibilities or practices of the connected sites. peoplegroupspain.com recommends that web users review the privacy policy of any website they can access through peoplegroupspain.com  
HOW DO WE COLLECT AND USE IP ADDRESSES?
The web services will be able to automatically detect the IP address and the domain name used by the Users.
An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet. This information allows a subsequent treatment of the data in order to obtain univocal statistical meters that reveal the number of visits made to the Web, the order in which they are made, the access point used, etc.