Privacy policy and cookies


As an IADA user, please read this Privacy Policy carefully. You can access all the information related to your rights and obligations here with respect to the use that IADA makes of your personal data, as well as the procedure for reporting any incident or exercising your rights.
IADA and the user

IADA, S.L. (hereafter, IADA) with head office at CTRA DE VILAFRANCA A GUARDIOLA KM 6.5 08735 VILOBI DEL PENEDES, Barcelona, as holder of the file into which your personal data will be included, wishes to inform users about its policy regarding processing and protection of the personal information it may collect when you view the website.

The present Privacy Policy can vary over time depending on the possible legislative or jurisprudential amendments or the criteria followed by the Spanish Data Protection Agency and/or the competent authority in each moment. Therefore, IADA reserves the right to modify the present Privacy Policy to adapt it to the legislative or jurisprudential amendments in force at the moment when you access the websites.
We thank you for your interest and hope that you enjoy visiting us.


The collection, processing and subsequent use of personal data are subject to the legislation in force in Spain on personal data protection, established by Law 15/1999 of 13 December on Personal Data Protection (hereafter, LOPD) and its complementary regulations.

IADA will only be responsible for and guarantee the confidentiality and security of the personal data it collects from users through its website, and will accept no responsibility for further processing or uses of the personal data made by third parties with respect to data not collected by IADA and processed directly or through their staff in charge of it.

If a user does not wish IADA to process his/her personal data, he/she must refrain from completing the forms available on its website and from undertaking any action which may be associated with his/her IP address. Personal data will be processed with the appropriate degree of protection, according to Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December, taking the necessary security measures to avoid its alteration, loss, manipulation or unauthorised access by third parties that can use it for purposes different from those requested from the user. As sole holder of the file where the personal data collected by IADA will be stored, IADA undertakes to comply with its obligation regarding the confidentiality of your personal data and its duty to store it, and will adopt the necessary measures to avoid its alteration, loss, manipulation or unauthorised access, taking into account at all times the state of the technology.

IADA will not disclose the personal information you provide on this website to third parties, except when it is necessary for the provision of the service contracted or in those cases in which disclosure is required by the legislation in force, by court order or by a competent government authority or other.

IADA undertakes to protect the privacy of its clients and users of its website. This Statement describes its policy regarding the collection and use of information on this website.
The website includes links to other websites. However, you should note that this Privacy Policy only applies to, not to the sites maintained by other companies or organisations with which has links, or the contents published on their pages.

IADA accepts no responsibility for the contents, services and products of external links to The user is exclusively responsible for the decisions of action, contracting and any other act with third party organisations accessible through a path or web surfing initiated from a link.

What do we do with your data?

Personal data can be collected when the user completes the contact form. Personal data can also be collected through Customer Service and in person at IADA offices. In no case will IADA require from the user, through options different to those expressly indicated, data that enables an interaction in their place or that allows complete identification.

The data provided by the user to IADA will be included in the files held by IADA, S.L., with head office at Carretera de Vilafranca a Guardiola de Font-Rubí km 6,5, 08735 Vilobí del Penedés, Barcelona. The files held by IADA are duly registered at the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD). AEPD ensures compliance with the privacy and data protection laws and guarantees the security and privacy of your data.

The personal data, collected by completing the forms available on the website and through Customer Service, will be processed in keeping with the request made by the user.

Moreover, the user is advised of and agrees to the processing of the data related to the IP connection with the sole purpose of IADA being able to check the geographical location of the user’s connection.

Your rights

As an IADA user you have the right to access your personal data to know how we process it and for what purpose and to inform us if you do not wish to have your data used for a specific activity. Moreover, you can rectify any error in your data and even ask us to cancel it if you no longer wish to be an IADA user.

In accordance with the duty to information provided for in Article 10 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce in force, we inform you that:

Both the website and the services offered are managed by IADA, S.L., holder and owner of the website.

The holder of the file or files is IADA, S.L., registered as a Limited Company on 24 July 2007 on the Barcelona Commercial Registry, T. 39865, F. 53, H. B-354548, register no. 182, with Tax Identification Number (NIF) B64646151 and head office at Carretera de Vilafranca a Guardiola de Font-Rubí, km 6,5, 08735 Vilobí del Penedés, Barcelona. The files are registered on the Data Protection General Registry.

IADA guarantees the confidentiality of all the data provided by its clients. Along with the minimum requisites established by the legislation, data collection and processing are conducted under security levels that impede the loss or manipulation of such data.

The user can at any time revoke the agreement for the processing of his/her rights, as well as exercising the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition through a written and signed request accompanied by a photocopy of ID or passport to the following address: IADA, S.L. Carretera de Vilafranca a Guardiola de Font-Rubí, km 6,5, 08735 Vilobí del Penedés, Barcelona. The exercising of these rights is personal; therefore, only the user himself/herself can exercise such rights with respect to the personal data of which he/she is the legitimate holder. IADA informs you that the exercise of the said rights by a third party not legally authorised by the user could involve a criminal act; without prejudice to other consequences which he/she must face as a result of any civil or administrative actions to which both the legitimate user holding the personal data and IADA would be entitled.

The user cannot communicate data or use personal data of third parties at the time of signing in or when performing any of the operations related to his/her status as a user, being exclusively responsible for any possible damages, both to IADA and to third parties, as a consequence of his/her action.


In compliance with Article 21 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, IADA will not send e-mails with advertising communications which have not been authorised by the users.

Cookie Policy

Does IADA use cookies?

IADA uses cookies with the end of facilitating your navigation and providing you with a better experience. This policy explains how we do it.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are placed in the IADA user’s computer and contain certain information about the visit made to the website. The cookie is downloaded by the device used to access our website and stored on the hard drive. These cookies have several purposes, which include enabling our website to recognise your device when you visit us again, ensuring that you receive the right contents and storing information with preferences or services that you have provided to us.

We use the term cookies in this policy to refer to the files that store information in this way.

Essential Cookies

Some cookies are essential for the operation of our website. For instance, cookies enable us to identify users so that they can log into their accounts. If you decide not to enable these cookies, you will not be able to access your account.

Performance Cookies

We use cookies to analyse how visitors use our website and evaluate its performance. This enables us to identify problems and solve them quickly. For instance, we can use the performance cookies to compile reports on the most popular pages. We can also use the performance cookies to show links to other websites that we believe can be of interest, based on the pages you have previously viewed.

Functionality Cookies

We use functionality cookies to store your preferences. For instance, we store changes made in the preferences of your account.

Advertising or tracking cookies

Both we and our external advertisers use cookies to offer you ads that we consider relevant and that can be of interest.

Third-Party Cookies

We inform you that there are third parties that can use cookies, over which we have no control to offer you personalised ads. These cookies are probably performance and/or tracking cookies. We have no control over these third-party cookies and to obtain more information you should check the privacy and/or cookie policy of the third party.

Which cookies do we use?

On the server it is possible to generate small text files, called cookies, which will be stored on the user’s computer. The use of cookies enables us to identify such a computer more easily on further visits to Most web browsers are set up to accept cookies automatically, although the user can set up the browser to warn about the cookies or prevent them. In case of preventing the entry of cookies some of the website functions may no longer be effective, as they depend on the information stored in the cookies.

The information collected through the cookies can include, among other data, the IP address that identifies the computer at that moment, the date and time of access and the areas of the website visited. The aim of this data collection is to supervise the use and usefulness of our website, for statistical and security purposes. The cookies can also be used to store the settings and preferences of the user in terms of design, colours and the areas or menus that he/she wishes to have more accessible on the home screen.

With the end of improving and customising the service as much as possible and adapt it to the user’s preferences, IADA can collect, produce and store data related to the user’s navigation, activity, preferences and habits, as well as the profile derived from the joint processing of such data. Additionally, the tools for obtaining statistics of use of the website offer the possibility of obtaining an increasingly greater level of detail on the behaviour of our visitors and users of the website. This data can be collected, processed and stored associated with an IP address or a determined user or be submitted to a dissociation process with the end of obtaining conclusions based on anonymous data.

Below you will find a box with the cookies used by this website along with the purpose of each one.

Cookie Function Length Management
_UTMA Tracking of a user’s visits to the website 2 years Google
_UTMB Tracking of the length of the visit 30 minutes Google
_UTMC Tracking of the lenght of the visit Session Google


How can I enable or disable cookies?

You can change the preferences of your browser to limit the access of determined cookies to your computer. These preferences are usually found in the “options” or “preferences” menu of your browser.

You can find further information here, or in the “help” menu of your browser:

Cookie preferences in Internet Explorer

Cookie preferences in Chrome

Cookie preferences in Firefox

Cookie preferences in Safari

However, if you change your preferences and block the cookies, some functionality of our website will be disabled and you will not be able to fully exploit its characteristics.

Further information on cookies

You can find further information on cookies at: