Grau & Angulo only obtains and keeps the following information of the visitors to our website:
a. The IP address that gives access to the Internet. In this way, we can draw up statistics on the countries and servers that access our website most frequently.
b. The date and time of access to our website. This enables us to find out the peak times for visitors to our website in order to make the necessary adjustments to avoid saturation issues.
c. The number of pages consulted and the length of time that each has been kept open, as well as the entry and exit pages to and from the website and the route of the clicks carried out. With this information, we can establish the priorities of our visitors and discover the most popular areas in order to improve their content, with the aim of providing the users with satisfactory results.
d. The Internet address which contained the link that led to our website. Thanks to this information, we can judge the effectiveness of the different links that redirect users to our server with the aim of optimising those which provide the best results.
e. In accordance with the Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on Protection of personal data, we wish to inform you that the personal data you provide us with through our website is treated exclusively and confidentially by GRAU & ANGULO SLP and is kept in a file notified to the Spanish Data Protection Authority (AEPD) for the purpose of contacting you. The user has the right of access, correction, cancellation or to challenge the data and this can be done by means of a signed written request to GRAU & ANGULO SLP, whose address is Barcelona, C/Josep Irla I Bosch nº 5-7, 8th floor or either by using the following email address: moc.p1498602264i-abg1498602264@ofni1498602264
The information obtained is totally anonymous, and under no circumstances could be associated to a specific, identified user.