European Union directive compliance

In compliance with the European Union directive and the spanish national law of privacy and data protection we inform you that I2T Research Group uses cookies to personalize and enhance user experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies.

Below you can check a detailed list of cookies used on our website:

Name Definition Property
Session Stores the session identification fingerprint or ID. This ID is used to set the displayed language throught the different pages of the site, the language is set to be the same as in the user's browser or to the user selected language. I2T Research Group
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You may refuse data storage and processing by rejecting the use of cookies in your browser's preferences. For more information read "Reject use of cookies".

¿What are cookies?

Cookies are small files which are stored on a user's computer. They are designed to hold data specific to a particular client and website and can be accessed either by the web server or the client computer. This allows the server to deliver a page tailored to a particular use, such as displaying the page in a certain language, user login or saving page preferences.

Google Analytics

This page uses Google Analytics, a traffic and behaviour analysis product by Google, Inc.

Google Analytics uses cookies to analyze the use of our webpage. The information stored in the cookie (including the IP address) will be directly send and filed by Google in their own servers. Google will use the gathered information to build specific usage statistics that will help us improve our products and services.

Google will be able to share this information with third parties only by legal requirement or when such third parties are responsible to process the information.
Google through its privacy policy undertakes not to associate your IP address with any other data gathered from other Google products or services.

You may refuse data storage and processing by rejecting the use of cookies in your browser's preferences.

Reject use of cookies

At any time in exercise of your rights you may withdraw the use of cookies, to do so you must access your browser's settings. For this matter we provide detailed instructions on how to do it for the most popular browsers: