In compliance with the provisions of Law 15/1999, of December 13, Protection of Personal Data (Act), we inform you that the data provided will form part of the files of PERLINDUSTRIA, for the exclusive management of the application submitted by you on this form. The user is responsible for the veracity of all the information provided on the form, pledging to notify the company, any changes or updates thereof, in the shortest possible time. In the case of providing information to third parties, he shall, in advance, be informed and asked for their consent to the exposed ends here.

Pursuant to the provisions of the LSSI (Law 34/2002, of 11 July, concerning information society and electronic commerce services) and following the guidelines of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, Summa Comunicació S.A. informs you as follows:

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What is a cookie?
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This website may use the following cookies: 

Session cookies
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Browsing cookies
The main purpose of browsing cookies is to avoid giving recommendations that are not matched to your interests and instead offer you targeted, personalised marketing proposals. The usefulness of these browsing cookies arises from their temporary tracking of Internet browsing. You can delete this type of cookie before starting to browse other pages on the website.

Statistical cookies
Statistical cookies enable the following information to be obtained:
– How users interact on the website.
– They gather anonymous information.
– They generate website trend reports without identifying individual users.

To generate statistical information about the use of our website, we use statistical tools whose scope is limited to the functions described in the previous paragraph, and whose purpose is to find out how often our visitors use the website and what kind of content they find most interesting. This lets us focus our efforts on improving the most visited areas and making it easier for users to find what they are looking for. 

Third-party cookies
On certain occasions, we may offer third-party content through our website. These third parties may install cookies that are beyond our control and responsibility.

PHPSESSID -  This is a PHP native cookie and allows the website to store serialised status data. On this website, it is used to set up user sessions by transferring status data using a temporary cookie also known as a session cookie. The PHPSESSID cookie has no pre-set expiry, as it disappears when the user leaves the website. 

Google Analytics: This stores cookies for generating statistics about traffic and number of visits on this website. By using this website, you give your consent to Google processing information about you. Therefore, in order to exercise any right in this respect, you will have to contact Google directly.

Expiry: 2 years after creation
It is used to keep track of users and sessions. The cookie is created when the javascript library is run and there is no prior __utma cookie. The cookie is updated every time data are sent to Google Analytics.

Expiry: 30 minutes after creation/updating
It is used to identify new sessions/visits. The cookie is created when the javascript library is run and there is no prior __utmb cookie. The cookie is updated every time data are sent to Google Analytics.

Expiry: when the browser session expires
It is not used on ga.js. It is created for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated jointly with the __utmb cookie to identify whether this was a new session/visit for the user.

Expiry: 6 months after creation/updating
It stores the source of the traffic or campaign that explains how the user has come to the website. The cookie is created when the javascript library is run and is updated every time data are sent to Google Analytics.

Without prejudice to the above, you have the possibility of setting your browser so that it accepts or rejects all cookies by default or an on-screen message is displayed whenever a cookie is received, allowing you to decide at that time whether or not you want to implement it on your hard drive. We recommend you use the help section of your browser to find out how to change your current settings. You can also use tracking cookie blocking tools such as Do Not Track, which you can download from:

You also have the possibility of revoking at any time the consent given to the use of cookies making the appropriate settings in your browser as stated above.

However, bear in mind that disabling cookies may interfere with proper functioning of certain sections of this website.

For further information, please refer to your browser instructions and manuals:

If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to the ‘Tools’ menu option, select ‘Internet Options’ and access ‘Privacy’.

If you use Firefox, for Mac go to the ‘Preferences’ menu option, select ‘Privacy’ and access ‘Show Cookies’; for Windows go to the ‘Tools’ menu option, select ‘Options’, then ‘Privacy’ and access ‘Use custom settings for history’.

If you use Safari, go to the ‘Preferences’ menu option and select ‘Privacy’.

If you use Google Chrome, go to the ‘Tools’ menu option, select ‘Options’ (‘Preferences’ for Mac users), access ‘Advanced’ and then ‘Content Settings’ in the ‘Privacy’ section, and finally, tick on ‘Cookies’ in the ‘Content Settings’ dialog box.

Here are the appropriate links for each browser:

  Chrome, from
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  Firefox, from
  Safari, from

Neither this website nor its legal representatives accept liability for the content or veracity of the privacy policies of the third parties mentioned in this cookies policy.

Website browsers are the tools that store cookies and it is there that you must exercise your right to disable or delete cookies. Neither this website nor its legal representatives can guarantee correct or incorrect handling of cookies by these browsers.

In some cases, cookies must be installed so that your browser does not forget your decision to not accept them.

In the case of Google Analytics cookies, this company stores the cookies on servers located in the United States and undertakes to not share them with third parties, except where this is necessary for the system’s operation or when required by law. According to Google, it does not store your IP address. Google Inc. is a company which adheres to the Safe Port Agreement, which guarantees that all data transferred will be processed with a protection level in accordance with European regulations. You will find detailed information about this at this link. If you wish to obtain information about the use made by Google of the cookies, we provide this other link.

If you have any query concerning this cookies policy, you can contact us through the contact section.
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