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This Cookies Policy aims to provide the necessary information so that any user of the '' website may decide whether to allow the installation of cookies used by Dipole Analyst, S.L. (hereinafter, the Publisher) and how to manage them.

The information about the Cookies Policy applicable to the website (hereinafter, the Website) is provided through two layers: the first, a ‘notice’ in the footer of the website, which warns of the installation of non-exempt cookies and describes their purpose. A link to this Policy is provided to give the user a detailed explanation of its content and operation, this being the second layer of information.

This Policy is public and permanently accessible via the link provided on the Website — called ‘Cookies Policy’ — and it may be updated at any time, as a result of a change in regulations or as a result of any change in the configuration of the cookies used.

The Publisher may use cookies, and other similar technologies, to store and retrieve information from the computer terminals and devices of the users of its websites (hereinafter collectively referred to as ‘Cookies’). Cookies are computer files or programs that are sent to a browser by a web server, which store information on the user's computer when they access or browse a website, which can be accessed after installation. In other words, they are pieces of information that a website installs on your device when you visit it. These devices may contain information about users’ browsing habits or the equipment on which they are installed, or may even be used to recognise the user.

There are different types of cookies depending on the purpose for which they are used. The following cookies are used on the website:

  • Used to monitor and analyse the behaviour of the people using the website. They are used to quantify the number of users, to thus perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users of the website. For this purpose, the user's browsing on the website is analysed, so as to improve the range of products or services offered. To perform these analyses we use Google Analytics, whose conditions can be consulted here here.
  • These cookies enable users to browse the website and to use the different options or services existing on it, such as, for example, configure the use of cookies used by the website, identify the session, control traffic and data communication, and control fraud linked to the security of the service. As a security measure against spam we use Google's RECaptcha service, to distinguish between humans and bots, whose conditions can be consulted here here.
  • These cookies are used to analyse users’ browsing habits on the Internet, in order to display advertising related to their browsing profile. For this purpose we use the Google Ads service whose conditions can be consulted here here.
  • These may be installed by social network service providers when the user chooses to share certain website content on the social network they operate. The conditions of these services can be consulted at the following addresses: LinkedIn and YouTube.

Similarly, depending on the entity that manages the equipment or domain from which the cookies are sent and the data obtained is processed, a distinction can be made between first-party cookies and third-party cookies. Pursuant to this classification, the website uses the following cookies:

  • Own. These cookies are installed and managed directly by the Publisher.








Forms security

1 day



User session on the web

1 day


  • Third parties. These cookies are installed either by third parties or installed from a computer or domain managed by the Publisher, although the information is always managed by third parties. The Publisher has integrated into its website plug-ins from third-party vendors, such as Google, Inc. These third parties and their cookies are governed by their own Terms and Conditions, set out above when classifying the types of cookies according to their purpose.


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To distinguish users and measure how they interact with website content.

Used by Google Analytics.

2 years




To distinguish between humans and bots. Used by Google reCAPTCHA.

Persistent Session







To reconnect with visitors who could possibly become customers. Based on the customer's online browsing behaviour on websites.

Used by Google Ads.
















Google, Inc. is located in the USA and the acceptance of the cookies associated with its services implies the international transfer of the data derived from the cookies to this provider. This transfer is based on the user's consent, which may be revoked at any time. U.S. legislation does not guarantee an adequate level of data protection in the opinion of European authorities. Google is attached to the Web Choices tool, from which you can disable the use of its cookies:



The installation of cookies will occur after obtaining users’ consent, except for technical or necessary cookies that will always be installed. Users may consent to the installation of cookies by clicking on ‘Accept’ in the cookie notice.

If a user wishes to revoke the consent given, they must delete the cookies installed and then select ‘Reject’ in the cookie notice. To prevent them from being installed in the future, you can activate the Private Browsing or ‘Do-Not-Track’ options provided in your browser, i.e. block or disable the installation of cookies.

The user must take into account that some features of the website contents are only available if the installation of cookies in the browser is allowed. If you choose not to accept or to block certain cookies, depending on their purpose, this may affect, in whole or in part, the normal operation of the website or prevent access to some of its services.

To allow, block or delete cookies installed on a computer or device by configuring the browser options installed on it, follow the instructions provided by the browser itself. Below are links to configure cookies in the most popular browsers:


If any other browser is used, or the links provided do not contain the desired information, it is possible to find out how to manage the cookies installed on a computer by accessing the browser’s ‘Options’ or ‘Settings’ menu — or equivalent, or by consulting the browser’s ‘Help’ or ‘Support’ section. There are browsers that enable you to set specific rules — exceptions — to manage cookies for each website, so that you can disable cookies from all sites except those you trust.

On the other hand, if you do not want Google Analytics to collect data about your visit to the website, you can install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. The plug-in does not prevent information from being sent to the website or, in other ways, to other web analytics services. In addition, there are other privacy settings options for Google services at the following links: Privacy Controls Google and Privacy partners Google.

The user must configure their preferences on all the devices they use to surf the Internet.

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