Cookie Policy

Last updated 01/09/2018

Fundación Excelencia Corporativa en Comunicación y Reputación (FECCR)

Corporate Excellence - Centre for Reputation Leadership

Before you begin browsing through the webpage, hereinafter Web or Website, we would like to inform you that we use cookies for different purpose on the Website, so you can decide if you want them installed on your computer or not.

If you continue browsing through, FECCR-CE assumes that you accept the installation of cookies, granting us consent to install them on your computer.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small information files that are sent and stored on the computer from which you access the Website (PC or personal computer, cell phone, tablet or television or any other device connected to the Internet), that help make using the website easier so we can offer you better service.

The Website both uses its own and third-party cookies that help us improve our quality and allow us to compare, record, control and understand how our users browse through the Website, identifying what they find useful and what they don't, to be able to improve the browsing process.

Cookies used by this Website do not harm your computer. They only improve the services we offer. Some are strictly necessary for the Website to work properly (technical and customization cookies), others improve performance and user experience (analysis, advertising and behavioural advertising cookies).

The Website uses both session cookies, temporary cookies, and persistent cookies. Session cookies store data while the user accesses the Website, they expire when the browser is closed; persistent cookies, on the other hand, store data on the terminal so it can be accessed and used over more than one session, they usually expire after a certain amount of time, which can range between two months and two years.

Disabling cookies

You have the option to allow, block or delete cookies installed on your computer through the setup options in the browser installed on your computer. If you disable cookies, some available services might stop working. The way to disable cookies is different on each browser, but it can usually be done from the Tools or Options menu. You can also check the browser's Help Center to know where you can find instructions. Users can - at any given time - choose which cookies they want to enable on this Website through the browser's configuration settings, for example:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer.

  • Mozilla Firefox.

  • Chrome.

  • Safari.

Types of cookies

Depending on the purpose of the data obtained through cookies, the Website can use:

  • Technical cookies: those that enable the user to browse through a website, platform or application and the usage of the different options or services that exist within it, such as, for example, controlling data traffic and communications, session identification and access to restricted areas.

  • Customization cookies: those that enable the user to access or services with some general features preconfigured based on a series of criteria set on the user's terminal such as for example language or type of browser.

  • Profiling cookies: those that enable tracking and analysis of user behaviour within the Website they are linked to. Information collected by this type of cookie is used to measure activity within the Website, application or platform and to develop user browsing profiles.

  • Advertising cookies: those that enable the most possible effective management of advertising spaces.

  • Behavioural advertising cookies: these cookies store information of the users' behaviour, they are obtained through the continuous analysis of user browsing habits, which enables us to develop a specific profile and show advertising based on it. The user can remove their personal data by sending us an email request at:

  • Third-party social network cookies: those that enable users to interact with the content on different social platforms (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.) and which are only generated for users of those social networks. The terms of use of these cookies and the information gathered by them are regulated by each social platform's privacy policy.

FECCR-CE will not accept responsibility for the content and truthfulness of third-party privacy policies included in this cookie policy.

For any questions or inquiries you may have about this cookie policy, you can contact FECCR-CE at