Privacy and cookies policies
Understand what we use the data and cookies of this site.
In accordance with the Spanish Law 34/2002 on Services of Information Society and Electronic Commerce, the following information is provided:
Mad4Geo is a geocaching association in Madrid, whose main objectives are to promote social and original geocaching, and respect for the environment.
NIF Mad4Geo: G88469499
Telephone contact: +34 652 542 285
Registered office: C/ Luis Peidró, 11A. 2º C. 28007 Madrid
The data collected on the web are data, exclusively, for the management and communication of the event. Neither the web, nor the app, nor the organization of the event will share the data provided by users, in any case and under no circumstances.
Users agree to receive, from the event organization, the news and topics of interest related, provided that users have registered in our newsletter from any of the pages on which the form appears.
Users can unsubscribe at any time from our newsletter and / or request the total withdrawal of their data for any purpose, by contacting us at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
With respect to the app, the requested data will be: username, and email address. This data will be kept in the app and on the server until the moment the "Brunete4Geo 2020" event is archived, at which time the database will be deleted and, with it, the stored data of all users.
If any user wishes that their data be used for future communications by the event organization, they have to communicate it to the organization to provide him a form where they can fill that request.
This cookies policy will apply in all our Web sites. By browsing to any of our Web sites, you accept that this cookies policy will apply everytime you access to the Web sites using any kind of device. Every change to this policy will be published here and we reserve the right to modify it; if you continue using our Web sites, we will consider that you are accepting these changes. The policy was updated last time on Dec 17th, 2019. Check periodically for new updates.
As many enterprises do, some of our Web sites (or all of them) can use “cookies”, to determine, i.e., how many users visited our Web sites and which pages they browsed. Cookies are text fragments that are installed in your computer’s hard disk drive when you browse our Web sites. Cookies can be used to determine if you already visited our Web site or if it is the first time, and can help us to identify which are the site sections or characteristics more interesting for you. Cookies may improve your experience on line by saving your preferences and settings when visiting a web site. To find out more about cookies, you can visit www.aboutcookies.org.
Most cookies we use are “personalization cookies”, that are used to identify the visitors who come back to our Web sites, and “analytical cookies”, that control the use visitors do of our Web sites and help us to understand better what contents are more interesting, as visitors spend more time on them.
Some pages of our Web sites may contain “web beacons” (also known as “Internet tags”, “pixel tags” o “transparent GIFs”). These web beacons allow third parties to obtain information about the IP address that downloaded the web page where the beacon is, the URL of the page and the timestamp when user visited the page where the beacon is, the browser type used and the cookies information set by this third party.