Cookies Policy

We make this cookies policy available to the user, which sets forth all the details concerning the use of cookies on our website. We recommend that users visit this cookies policy frequently, given that it may be updated at any given time.


WHO? ARPE PATENTS &TRADEMARKS, S.L., with Tax Identification Number B-81612053, and registered office at Calle Alcalá 26, 28014, Madrid (SPAIN). 
WHAT? Cookies are small files that are installed in the user’s computer when they access a website.
WHICH? The types of cookies used on the website are the following.
WHY AND WHAT FOR? The purposes of each one of the cookies used are the following.
WHEN? Your personal data will be stored while it is necessary for complying with the purposes for which it was collected. In those cases involving cookies that require your prior consent, the data shall be stored until such time as you revoke the consent given.
WHERE? The controller may need to transfer your data to third parties, due to the use of third-party cookies, always with the purpose of complying with the established goals. If for any reason it is necessary to conduct an international data transfer outside the European Union, you will be informed prior to the said transfer and required to provide your consent thereto.
HOW? You may allow or block the cookies, as well as erase your browsing data from the browser that you use. Check the options and instructions provided by your browser to this end. Bear in mind that if you accept third-party cookies you must eliminate them from the browser options.


The personal data of users may be collected via a cookie. ARPE PATENTS &TRADEMARKS, S.L., with Tax Identification Number B-81612053, and registered office at Calle Alcalá 26, 28014, Madrid (SPAIN) is responsible for the collection and processing of your data.


Cookies are small files that are installed in the user’s computer when they access a website. Cookies allow, inter alia, the storage and recovery of information concerning the browsing habits of a user or their computer and, depending on the information that they contain and the manner in which the computer is used, depending on the type of cookie and the information collected, they may be used to recognise the user.



Own cookies: are those that are sent to the user’s device or terminal from our computers or domain, and moreover are managed by our company, as the owners and editors of this website.

Third-party cookies: are those that are sent to the user’s device or terminal from computers or domains that we do not manage ourselves, but rather are managed by a third party that will process the information collected through these cookies.


Session cookies: are those that collect and store data when the user accesses the website and which are eliminated once the user leaves the website.

Persistent cookies: are those that have a duration in time that is determined by the controller. The storage period may vary between a few minutes to a few years. They are used to store and recover certain settings each time the user visits the website.


Technical cookies: are those that are essential and strictly necessary for the website to function correctly, and so you may use the different options or services that we offer. For example, those that serve to maintain the session open, for the management of response times, performance or the validation of options, to use security elements, share content on social networks, etc.

Customisation cookies: are those that allow the user to specify or customise some of the settings of the website. For example, define the language, regional configuration or type of browser.

Analysis cookies: are those that allow us to track and analyse the behaviour of users on our website so that we can elaborate browsing profiles and ascertain users’ preferences therein. They are usually used to measure the user’s activity with the purpose of improving the service that we offer based on the results we obtain. For example, through an analysis cookie we would control the geographic area of greatest interest to a user, what is the product or service with the greatest acceptance, etc.

Advertising cookies: are those that allow us to manage advertising spaces on websites.

Behavioural advertising cookies: are those that allow us to manage the advertising spaces of our website. The role of these cookies is to store information on the behaviour of users within our website, so as to then subsequently show customised advertising.


Specifically, we use the following third-party cookies for the purposes specified:

Always Enabled


Users may, at any time, disable or eliminate the enumerated cookies through the configuration of the options of the browser used on their device or terminal. Users must take into account that if they reject or eliminate browsing cookies from the website, we will not be able to maintain their preferences and some of the characteristics of the website will not be operational, and thus we will not be able to offer them customised services and each time they browse our website we will have to once again request their permission to use cookies.

Below we offer links where users will find information on how to activate their preferences in the main browsers:


In general, the user data collected by means of own cookies from this website, will not be transferred to third parties.

However, as a result of the use of third-party cookies, it is possible that the data collected may be transferred outside the European Union, due to the fact that these cookies may be stored outside the European Economic Area.

The cookies that may be stored outside the EU are the following:


In addition, you are hereby informed that the controller does not intend to conduct profiling with the data collected with the cookies used in this website.

If conducted in the future, users will be duly informed beforehand and the pertinent consent will be requested.


If you have any questions on how we use cookies, and it is not answered by means of this Cookies Policy, please send us your comments to the e-mail address

If you need further information on the use of cookies by websites, you may consult Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and E-Commerce and the Guide on the Use of Cookies published by the Data Protection Agency.

In addition, you may visit the portal Your Online Choices where, besides finding useful information, you may configure, provider by provider, your preferences with regard to third-party advertising cookies.