Privacy & Cookies
Pursuant to Act 15/1999 on Data Protection (LOPD – Ley Orgánica de Protección de Datos), Personal Information is understood to mean “any information relative to an identified or identifiable individual”.
The only personal information that APLICACIONES DE CAD CAM Y GIS, S.L., hereinafter “ApliCAD” shall have access to is the information that the user voluntarily provides through the website www.aplicad.com, hereinafter “the Website”, and via the forms on the Website.
In compliance with current regulations, ApliCAD has taken technical and organizational measures to ensure the security level required for the personal information processed. Similarly, ApliCAD has implemented the necessary mechanisms at its disposal to avoid, as far as possible, any unauthorized access.
Please note that, pursuant to the Data Protection Act, any information you may provide via the forms hosted on the Website or by any other means, associated with it, will become part of a file owned by ApliCAD (“Entity Responsible for File”), with place of business in Castellon de la Plana (CASTELLON), Street Maria Teresa Gonzalez, 26, entlo., Post Code 12005. Treatment of such files is subject to the Data Protection Act and its implementing regulations.
Any personal information provided by you will be part of a file that will be used in order to give you the service offered on the website as well as for sending information related to the activity of ApliCAD.
We also inform you that you have the right to access, modify and cancel, as well as the ability to revoke, your consent by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request must include your name, address, right you would like to exercise and the contents of your request.
The User undertakes to keep the data provided to the Entity Responsible for the File properly updated. The holder will be responsible for any damages that ApliCAD or third parties may suffer as a result of the lack of truthfulness, inaccuracy, lack of validity and authenticity of the data provided.
A cookie is a small text file that a server can place on the hard disk of your computer, tablet, mobile phone or on the device you use to surf the Internet, containing information about the user’s visit to the Website, his/her browsing preferences, information of his/her interests, language, etc.
Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified into:
Session Cookies and Persistent Cookies: session cookies are erased when you close your browser, while persistent cookies remain on the computer.
Own cookies and Third party cookies: the first ones belong to the website owner or and the other type to a third party.
Cookies can be used to collect specific information during your visit to the Website. The purpose of using cookies is to improve browsing and functionality, as this information can help ApliCAD ensure that the Website and the services meet user needs and preferences as much as possible.
ApliCAD uses the following types of cookies:
Session cookies and language-identification cookies that are necessary for the operation of the website; analysis cookies are used by us or by third parties, and allow us to quantify the number of users and perform measurements and statistical analysis on the use of the services offered.
Your browsing on our website is analysed in order to improve our supply of products and services.
The information obtained is statistical, e.g. number of pages viewed, language, social media on which our articles and news are published, city to which the IP address of access is assigned, number of users who visit us, visit frequency and recurrence, length of visit, browser used, operator, terminal from which the visit takes place.
We use this information only to evaluate potential improvements with a view to offering a better service to users and facilitate their interaction with social media like Twitter or Facebook.
You can configure your Internet browser to notify you each time a new cookie is stored on your computer, so that you can decide whether to accept it or reject it. Do not forget that some parts of the Website may not work properly if you reject cookies.