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SPANISHLAWYERS.EU uses two types of cookies:
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Third party cookies (with analytical and statistics purposes) and cookies for adverts (with advertising purposes). You can block or enable those cookies. The site will still work properly but will restrain us to offer free web services and content.
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In that case and in accordance with the law we will ask your permission to manage the cookies. If you decide to block them, only technical cookies will be used as there are needed for the correct navigation on the web. In that case no cookies will be send to your device. If you keep on using our web and do not decline your permission expressively we will consider to be accepted.
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- On 31st March 2012, European Directives on electronic communication were incorporated. For more information on cookies regulation, please visit the Spanish Official Journal: www.boe.es
- For more info in English but not applying in Spain, please visit the following Site: http://ico.org.uk
- The Spanish Office for Data Protection also offers information on cookies policy on www.agpd.es.