Cookie Policy

Qbitia informs its Users that the company does not collect personal data from the cookies it uses. The purpose of cookies is to offer an excellent browsing experience and to improve Qbitia’s services based on the uses given to the published content or the accesses to its different sections.


a) What Users need to know about cookies

Cookies are small files that store information on the mobile devices of Users who use this platform or blog.

Cookies are associated with the browser of a specific computer or device. Thanks to them, it is possible for Qbitia to recognize the browsers of its Users after they have visited the website for the first time, thus determining their browsing preferences and, from that, evaluating them, being able to use them as indicators to improve Qbitia’s content and website browsing.

b) Cookies used by Qbitia

The following table includes the details, purpose and types of cookies that have been implemented in this platform and in the blog associated with it. For Users’ understanding, they need to know the definition of own and third-party cookies:

Third-party cookies. They are managed by other companies and installed from their equipment and/or domains on Users’ equipment.

First-party cookies. They are managed by Qbitia and installed from their equipment on Users’ equipment.


2.1. Types of cookies used by Qbitia

Cookie id. Purpose Date of expiry First-party or Third-party cookie Responsible
1P_JAR Collection of information about the navigation of the User on the platform. Analytics. 1 month Third-party Google
CONSENT Consent of the User in the use of cookies by the owner of the platform. 20 years Third-party Google
NID Improve Users browsing experience. 6 months Third-party Google
PHPSESSION This cookie is used by the PHP encryption language to allow the session variables to be saved on the web server. Session First-party SharpSpring
__ss This cookie stores the session ID for Users’ visit. 1 day Third-party SharpSpring
__ss_tk Enables user tracking. It ensures that the visit to website is connected to the user regardless of the session and the source. 25 years Third-party SharpSpring
__ss_referrer This cookie contains information about where the visitor came from, called the source for the visit. Session Third-party SharpSpring
_ga Distinction of Users. 2 years Third-party Google
_gat Distinction of Users. Session Third-party Google
_gid Distinction of Users. 1 day Third-party Google
_psegs Tracking. 1 year and a half Unknown DoubleClick
koitk Unknown 10 years Unknown Sharpspring
permutive-id Unknown 1 year and a half Unknown DoubleClick
permutive-session Unknown 1 year and a half Unknown DoubleClick
viewed_cookie_policy Cookies of internal use necessary for the operation of the display of the cookies policy of the web. 1 year Unknown Unknown
DSID Advertising cookie; used to improve advertising based on content relevant to Users. 2 weeks Third-party DoubleClick
IDE Advertising cookie; used to improve advertising based on content relevant to Users. 6 months Third-party DoubleClick
__gads Advertising cookie; used to improve advertising based on content relevant to Users. Unknown Third-party DoubleClick
G_ENABLED_IDPS Analytics. Unknown Third-party Google
__utma Distinction of Users and sessions. Unknown Third-party Google
__utmz Cookie that records whether the User came from a search engine, a link, or from no previous page. Unknown Third-party Google
wfvt_2680906002 Protection of the website. Unknown Unknown Unknown


2.2. Warning about the use of cookies and other spamming techniques

Users are informed of the presence of cookies on this platform in order to facilitate its use and navigation. Now Users have the opportunity to configure their browser to be warned about the receipt of cookies on their screens and to prevent the installation of these on their hard drives.

If they have any questions, Users can find more information in section 4 of this policy. Users can also consult the instructions and manuals of their browser for more information.

Allowing the installation of cookies is not necessary to use or browse Qbitia’s website. Notwithstanding that, you may not be able to access some of the services or sections of the website.

In addition, Qbitia does not use “spamming” techniques and it will only deal with data that Users transmit through the use of the enabled electronic forms, emails or content provided through the services of the website or blog and for the purposes expressed in our Legal Notice and in the Privacy Policy.


Law 34/2002, July 11th, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (hereinafter, LSSICE), in relation to cookies, requires to inform Users about the use, type and purpose of cookies prior to the browsing experience on the platform. That is the reason why Qbitia has implemented an informative notice that is displayed once Users access this web platform, informing them in advance and expressly, complying with that legal precept.

It is important to keep in mind that Users will find two options in this Notice: the first, which will allow them to access this informative text, and the second, which they can use to accept the installation of cookies on their terminal equipment.

If Users omit the acceptance of the use of cookies and continue browsing this website, Qbitia will understand that there is a tacit consent on their part to be able to apply and use the cookies described in the previous section and, with this, the company will comply with what is required by the LSSICE.


If Users wish to uninstall cookies from their browser, Qbitia indicates some links they can consult depending on the type of browser installed on their terminal equipment.

Google Chrome:


Mozilla Firefox:

Internet Explorer:


Qbitia warns its Users that uninstalling the cookies from their browser may hinder or prevent access or navigation to certain parts of this website. 


Finally, Qbitia wants to warn Users that its platform does not manage social networks or third-party platforms such as Twitter or Linkedin, where Qbitia has a corporate presence, so that the company is not responsible for the cookies installed by these platforms.

Users are obliged to consult the privacy and cookies policies of these networks in order to be up-to-date with the type and purposes and decide to accept or reject them.

Cookies used by Twitter:

Cookies used by Linkedin:

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