The content of this site is only available for the sole purpose of providing the user with general information about LABORATÓRIOS ATRAL, S.A. (hereinafter “ATRAL”), and is not intended to provide complete medical information.
The use of the site is therefore at the sole risk of the user, since the contents are provided without any kind of guarantees, in particular with regard to the information contained therein, which may not be absolutely complete, accurate or timely. The site may not be free from errors, viruses or other harmful material. ATRAL therefore excludes its liability for any damage, injury or damage (including moral damages, directly or indirectly) arising from the correct or incorrect use of this site or in relation to the information contained on this site.
ATRAL authorizes the downloading and temporary storage of the content of this site for the purpose of viewing it on a personal device for non-commercial use only. The reproduction, permanent storage or retransmission of the contents of this site for commercial purposes are expressly prohibited without the prior written authorization of ATRAL. All contents and rights relating to this site, including the trademarks “ATRAL” and “LABORATÓRIOS ATRAL ”, are protected by national and international laws applicable to Intellectual Property, being the exclusive property of ATRAL, and as such can not be used without its written permission.
1. THE INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND HOW WE WILL USE IT
Navigation through this site does not necessarily imply the provision of personal data, since no personal data that identifies a user is automatically registered.
ATRAL may collect non-personally identifiable information from a particular user for purposes of monitoring the use of our services and to help us develop and improve our site.
2. DATA PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
ATRAL is committed to protecting your privacy. Although the site navigation does not imply the provision of personal data, we collect the information that you choose to fill in the site forms. In order for the personal data collected through the filling of forms to be used, ATRAL will provide the user with the necessary information in advance, so that he or she can give his or her consent to the data processing .
3. COOKIES POLICY
For the correct functioning of our website, it is necessary to use a mechanism called “cookies”. Cookies are small amounts of information that are downloaded to any device that uses the Internet – such as your computer, smartphone or tablet – when you visit a website.
3.2 What kind of cookies are used?
We use two types of cookies:
Session cookies: These are temporary cookies that become active during a session of using our website. A usage session is the period of time since you start your Internet browser and access our website until you close the browser. With this closure, all session cookies are deleted;
Persistent Cookies: These are cookies that remain on your computer for the time set in the cookie. They are activated every time you visit our website.
3.3 What are Cookies used for?
The cookies we use are divided into the following purposes:
Strictly needed: they are cookies that enable our website to function correctly, ensuring the user’s session for reasons of user validation and password, access to the personal area. These are session cookies, which means that they are deleted with browser closure, as explained above.
Analytical: these are cookies that allow us to store statistical data about the use of our website in order to analyze its performance and study the introduction of improvements. For this purpose, we only use the UEAL cookie, which has a shelf life of 2 years.
Third-party cookies: such as those used by social networks, ad networks or external services that provide statistical analysis and performance solutions.
3.4 Canceling or Deleting Cookies
4. ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS
By using this site, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. ATRAL reserves the right, at any time and without previous notice, to change these Terms and Conditions, and the changes are published