Cookie Law

In compliance with what is established in article 22.2 of the law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce and according to the European Guideline 2009/136/CE, the user is informed that this website uses cookies with the only aim of improving the web surfing and gather statistic data about the nature of the visits to our site.

While using our website, the user accepts and authorizes the use of cookies, according to our Privacy Policy.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a very Little text file which stores little pieces of information in the hard disk of the user who is visiting a website. The cookie identifies the equipment in a unique way, and can only be read by the website which sent it to the unit.

These data are generally used to improve the surfing on the site remembering the habits and preferences of the users (language, country, log in, browser features, length of the visit, etc)

A cookie is not an executable file or a programme, and thus cannot spread or contain any kind of virus or malicious software and cannot be longer than 4,000 characters.

You can find more information here.

Cookies used in

Own cookies

Session cookies: These cookies personalize the user experience and are eliminated every time the user leaves the website

Technical cookies: Their aim is to improve the surf and usage of the site. They adapt it to the different devices and screen sizes and improve the performance of the website by means of compressions, caché and optimization of the resources in the web.

Third-party Cookies

Analysis cookies: This site uses the analysis service “google Analytics” in order to create statistics about the traffic and volume of the visits to this web. When surfing this website, you are accepting the use of the information about your surfing habits by Google.

These data allow us to know the users of our website better, and this way to improve our service

  • _utma: they identify the users who had previously logged in the site. It is what allows us to differentiate between known and new.
  • _utmb: counts the number of visits and expires after 30 minutes
  • _utmc: it also counts the number of visits but expires when the user closes the browser.
  • _utmz: it lasts 6 months and stores the source of the visit
  • You can find more information on the Google web. 


    Social cookies: They are necessary in order to let our users share any information on our website they find interesting on different social networks (Facebook, Linkedin, Google plus and Addthis).

    lecagraphics uses add this service in order to monitor and track the use on the social networks. These cookies allow us to know the geographic origin of the users, to know the pages they have shared and their preferences in different social networks. The main cookies are:

  • siteaud
  • loc
  • __atuvc
  • uid
  • atgotcode
  • _conv_v
  • _conv_r
  • _conv_s
  • atmun
  • atem
  • You can find more information on the  web add this.

    Cookies management

    If you do not want any cookie installed in your browser, you can configure it in order to accept or reject by default all the cookies, or to receive a notice in your screen about the reception of every cookie and decide in that moment if you want it or not in the hard disk. To do so, we suggest checking the section “help” in your browser.

    You also have the right to withdraw consent to the use of cookies in this website at any stage. In order to do this, you have to configure your browser according to the terms in the previous section.

    Without detracting from what has been previously stated, you need to consider that if you disable the cookies, it might affect the correct operation of certain sections on the website.

    Please, check the instructions and manuals on your browsers if you need further information:

  • If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the Toolbar, choosing Internet Options and then Privacy.
  • If you use Firefox for Mac: in the option Preferences- Privacy- Show Cookies. For Windows: in the Toolbar- Options- Privacy and Use a custom setting for history.
  • If you use Safari, in the option Preferences- Privacy.
  • If you use Google Chrome, in the Toolbar choosing Options (Preferences for), advanced and then in the option Browser’s Privacy Settings and finally selecting Cookies in the dialogue box Content Settings.