Cookies Policy


Regulations on cookies (amendment to the Law 34/2002, of 11th July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE) through the General Telecommunications Law) lays the Organization under a series of obligations with regard to informing users and getting their consent in relation to the use of Cookies, text files which get stored in the user’s computer or terminal while browsing websites, collecting information on the user’s browsing habits and making it available to the website owners.

It is necessary to inform users and get their express consent for all those cookies not exempt from this requirement. Among these non-exempt cookies, a special note should be made of the following:

It is necessary to inform users and get their express consent for all those cookies not exempt from this requirement. Among these non-exempt cookies, a special note should be made of the following:

  • Cookies used to carry out usage analysis, measuring, or third-party advertising from the site. The typical example is Google Adwords.
  • The use of an application by a third-party company in order to carry out the website usage analysis or for any other purpose. This other company may be processing the data collected not only to render the service to the Organization, but also to improve their own services. An example of these services is seen in retargeting[1].

[1] Retargeting is a form of online advertising for online shops (behavioral remarketing). The distinctive feature lies on the fact that it targets users who have visited a webpage and hired no service or product, encouraging them to return by using targeted advertising on the pages visited later.


The most appropriate system to inform users about the existence of cookies will be through a layer system:


In a first layer, general information will be given on the existence of this computing device. This may be done by means of a banner which should always remain visible on screen, until the user either accepts or closes the banner.


The logs which certify the consent (banner acceptance) must be retained. In particular, IP, and acceptance date and time.


In a second layer, which is accessed via link or hyperlink from the first one, further more detailed information on cookies will be given. It should mainly contain what is known as the Cookies Policy.


The information provided to users must show in detail the types of cookies used by the website and the purposes of their use. It is not necessary to inform individually about the name of each and every one of the cookies. They can be referred to in groups, as long as they are identifiable, there is no ambiguity and it is specified in any case whether they belong to the site owners or to third parties (Legal Report by the Spanish Data Protection Agency 0196/2014)

 An example of legal notice in reference to the first layer (banner) is proposed hereunder, in the event that third-party cookies are used on the website:

CENTRE DE NEGOCIS TGN, S.L. uses own and third-party cookies to provide you with better browsing services by analyzing your browsing habits on our website.

If you continue to browse this website, we assume that you agree to their use. To change its settings or obtain more information, please see our Cookies Policy.   Continue


An example of Cookies Policy in reference to the second layer is proposed hereunder. This should be adapted to the webpage.

Definition and function of cookies


In compliance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, we inform you that this website stores information about computer IP addresses, and uses Cookies for the purpose of rendering the best possible service and a better browsing experience.


Cookies are small text files that contain information and are created in the User’s computer or terminal while browsing the website. By browsing this site, you give consent for these Cookies to be used. CENTRE DE NEGOCIS TGN, S.L. only obtains and retains the information collected through them under the conditions described in this Cookies Policy.


What type of cookies do we use?


Depending on how long they remain active:


  • Session cookies: They are a type of cookies designed to gather and store data while accessing our website and remain in the cookies file of your browser until you leave the website. For example, ID cookies.
  • Persistent cookies: They are a type of cookies in which data remain stored in the terminal and may be accessed and processed for a certain period of time.


Depending on their purpose and the managing entity:


  • Own cookies: These are the cookies we send to your computer or terminal from our website.
  • Third-party cookies: These are the cookies sent to your computer or terminal from a domain or website that is not managed by us, but by a collaborating entity. For example, Google installs cookies that help us analyse the functioning of our website and improve the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns.
  • Technical cookies: These cookies are necessary for the good functioning and browsing of our website. For example, they allow to make the purchasing process, control the safety aspects of the site, share contents through social networks…
  • Analytics cookies: These are cookies that allow, if properly treated by us or third parties, to quantify the number of users and perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by the users of our website. To do this we analyse your browsing of our website for the purpose of improving our product and service offerings. Examples include:
    • The number of unique visitors to each page/section, used to count up how many times the site is visited by that user, as well as the first and last time of that visit. This helps with getting to know the most successful areas, so as to increase and improve the contents and let users obtain more satisfactory experience and service.
    • The access date and time to our site, for the purpose of finding out about the busiest hours and make the necessary adjustments to avoid saturation at peak times.
    • The traffic source, which tracks the user’s origin, that is, the Internet address from which the link to our website departs, with the purpose of enhancing the various links and banners pointing to our server which offer the best results.


  • Advertising cookies and behavioural advertising cookies: Advertising cookies are those which allow to manage, as efficiently as possible, the advertising spaces that may be included on our website based on criteria such as the edited content or the frequency with which the adverts appear.

Advertising behavioural cookies are dependent on the behaviour (preferences and personal choices) of users, gathered through continuous observation of their browsing habits. This allows to develop a specific profile in order to show personalised advertising on other websites.


How can I manage or disable cookies?


                  You can set your browser to alert you when cookies are being sent, and refuse to accept them by activating the setting in your browser that allows to refuse them. But please be aware that disabling Cookies may cause limitation or even inability to access some of the functionalities of our website, and some services may stop functioning appropriately.


For further detail on how to manage cookies in your browser, please check the Help menu in it.


We also suggest that you should check the following websites: Aboutcookies, youronlinechoices, Network Advertising Initiative or Digital Advertising Alliance where it is explained in detail how to delete cookies from your computer and further general information about them.

Cookies from third parties / collaborating companies


  • Google:

Google offers a great range of products to help us manage our own advertising and websites,

among which Google Analytics. When accessing our website, some cookies may be sent to your browser.


These cookies may be enabled from a series of different domains, including, and in order to let us make use of joint services at the service of Google, such as one of measuring and elaborating reports on adverts. Please check further information on the types of cookies used by Google.


Google Analytics is the analytics tool helping our HTTP website to understand the way our users interact with their features. You may use a set of cookies to gather information and report on the usage statistics of other websites without identifying Google visitors in person. See further information on Google Analytics cookies.