Privacy and cookies

This document binding acceptance for all Website users is the Privacy Policy of the Web while processing personal data provided by Users.

Personal Information provided to, will be treated according to the rules of Spanish Data Protection Law 15/1999, of December 13, Protection of Personal Data (hereinafter LOPD ) and the regulations that develop, approved by the Royal Decree 1720/2007 on 21st of December (RLOPD).

Users with this document are aware of the following points regarding the protection of data:

1. Information required for low

In accordance with Article 5 of the LOPD, you are hereby informed that the personal data provided to when registering as a User and when registering on newsletter are treated by www.7vidascoworking.comand will be included in one or more files of its responsibility, duly registered in the General Data Protection Register, for the purpose of managing user registration, the user’s relationship with the company, or contracted advertising space; for fiscal, accounting and administrative management; and for purposes of advertising and commercial studies and they will not be shared or marketed with other people or company.


2. Consent

Hereby the Users give express consent for their data to be included in these files with the purposes set forth in the previous paragraph.

Consent may be revoked without retroactive effect if there is a valid reason, as required by Article 6 of the Organic Law on Data Protection. Revocation thereof shall be at the address on the identification data of this document.

In the case that the data is not provided by the owner of the information, but by a third party, those ensures they have the consent of the data and assume all responsibilities of the same, being the Responsible Party exempt from thereof .

3. Duties of the Responsible Party as Responsible Party assumes the obligations and duties imposed by law. Therefore assumes the duty of secrecy and confidentiality of personal data.

Also the Responsible Party declare to take the necessary security measures, which the Organic Data Protection Act and the regulations that it develops, require for the protection of personal data.

4. Veracity of Data

The User will respond to the veracity of the data provided and agrees to update it when necessary.

5. Rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition

Following the precepts of the law, the user may exercise rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition at any time in the legal address of the company Carretera de Las Arenas 121, 2, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. To cancel the consent for sending newsletters it will be enough use the link “unsubscribe” at the end of every newsletter.

In conformity of the low “Ley Organica” 15/1999 13th December, customers and Users can, in every moment exercise rights of access, rectification, cancellation about their own personal data writing to the fiscal address of or by email at, writing the name, surname, email’s user indicated during the registration and adding in both cases a copy of passport of User. If the data are associated with a purchase, the Spanish law obliged us to save these data for six years, so they can’t be erased or rectified even if the customer so required.

6. Cookies Policy

This site conforms to the rules on data protection with regard to the policy of cookies. We understand that cookie files are downloaded onto your computer to access certain web pages, allowing it to store, retrieve information about browsing habits of Users or their computers, depending on the information contained. does not use its own cookies, but a third party does, Google, since this website uses the “Google Analytics” tool, property of Google, or Advertising Cookies. By accessing this Site you must consent the use of cookies by third parties, with the details given below if you continue surfing this Web page. Optionally you can block or delete cookies installed on your computer by configuring the browser options avaliable there.

Google Analytics mainly uses cookies to make reports on user interactions on the website. These cookies are used to store non-personal identifiable information. Browsers do not share derivative cookies from different domains.

Nevertheless Google Analytics uses the IP address of the user, which can be regarded as personal data. Google Analytics uses IP addresses to provide and protect the safety of the service, and so that the website owners have an idea of which part of the planet visitors are coming from. Google Analytics does not share with clients the real IP address. In addition, a method known as IP masking gives website owners that use Google Analytics the option to tell Google Analytics to only use a basic location form of the IP address instead of the complete address.
Following are the type of cookies that Google Analytics use, from its library:

A. Analytics.js

The analytics.js JavaScript library forms part of Universal Analytics and uses only one single cookie containing an anonymous identifier to differentiate users.

By predetermination, this library sets cookies on the top-level domain, excluding the first point, and forms the cookie´s path from the root level.

This library forms the following cookies:

Cookie name: _ga
Duration: 2 years
Description: Used to distinguish users.
B. Ga.js:

The ga.js JavaScript library uses derivative cookies to:

• determine the domain to be measured,
• distinguish singular users,
• remember the number and length of previous visits,
• recall information from the sources of traffic,
• determine the beginning and end of a session,
• remember the value of personal settings by the visitor.

By predetermination, this library sets cookies in the specified domain in the property by the browser and sets the cookie´s path in the root level.

This library sets the following cookies:

Cookie name: __utma

Predetermined duration: Two years from the configuration or upgrade

Description: Used to distinguish users and sessions. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is running and there are no __utma cookies. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

Cookie´s name: __utmb
Predetermined duration: 30 minutes from the configuration or upgrade
Description: Used to identify new sessions or visits. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is running and there are no __utmb cookies. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

Cookie name: __utmc

Default duration: End of the browser session
Description: Not used in ga.js. It is configured to interact with urchin.js. Previously, this cookie acted with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session or visit.

Cookie name: _utmz
Predetermined duration: Six months from the configuration or upgrade
Description: Stores the traffic source or the campaign explaining how a user reaches the site. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is running and is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

Cookie name: __utmv
Predetermined duration: Two years from the configuration or upgrade
Description: Used to store personalized data by the visitor. This cookie is created when a programmer uses the _setCustomVar method with a personal setting by the visitor. It is also used for the _setVar obsolete method. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

In addition to Google Analytics, the following Google advertising cookies are used. These cookies are often used to select ads based on content that is relevant for a user, improve the reports of campaign performance and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen.

Google uses various conversion cookies whose main purpose is to help advertisers determine how many times people who click on their ads end up purchasing its products. These cookies allow Google and the advertiser to determine that you clicked the ad and have subsequently acceded to the advertiser’s website. However, the conversion cookies only last for a limited period of time and Google does not use them for ad targeting interest. Normally, these cookies are enabled in the “” or “” domains and are called “Conversion” and “TAID”. The cookie data conversion can also be used with your Google account to link conversion events across different devices you use. Only the anonymous data collected through these cookies will be shared with advertisers. You can also use other cookies to measure conversion events. For example, you can also use for this purpose DoubleClick cookies and Google Analytics.