In order to comply with Act 34/2002, of 11 July, on the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, the general information details concerning this website are indicated below:


Address: Calle Rafael Bergamín, 12-Bajo Madrid 28043


Registration details: Registered in the Foundations Register with no./28/0832.

Tax identity number (C.I.F.): G-78096187

Pursuant to the Spanish Data Protection Act 15/1999, of 13 December, CODESPA FOUNDATION informs users of its website of the existence of files where the data requested through forms on this site are stored –whose fields must be completed – or through e-mail, as well as those obtained as a consequence of the legal relationship established between the user and CODESPA FOUNDATION.

With this information, the user expressly authorises CODESPA FOUNDATION to process the personal details that he has voluntarily supplied, with the sole aim of the maintenance, development and control of the legal relationship that may be established between the parties and to be able to inform him about the activities of CODESPA FOUNDATION.

CODESPA FOUNDATION undertakes not to assign, sell or share the personal details for the benefit of third parties outside our foundation. In the event of assignment to third parties, CODESPA FOUNDATION undertakes to duly report this to the affected parties, specifying the identity of the assignees and the purpose for which the data assigned are going to be processed.

With the aim of preparing statistics, CODESPA FOUNDATION will be able to provide certain information concerning the user to third parties in a dissociated manner, including its advertisers among these.

If the user is a minor, prior consent given by his parents or guardians is necessary before including his personal details in the website’s forms. CODESPA FOUNDATION is absolved from all responsibility should this requirement be breached.

The data provided shall not be used for purposes other than provision of the service and shall be cancelled when they are no longer necessary for said purpose.

Likewise, if there is any alteration to your data, please duly inform us of this in writing. The holder of the data is the sole party liable for the completion of the forms with data that are false, incomplete or not current.

The holders of the data can exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and/or opposition in the manner and with the scope set out in law, by writing to CODESPA FOUNDATION Calle Rafael Bergamín, 12-Bajo Madrid 28043 or

The request must include the name and surnames of the interested party, photocopy of the national identity document (DNI) and, where admitted, of the person who represents him, as well as documentation supporting the representation. This request is to specify the address for the purpose of notifications, date and signature of the requesting party and documents supporting the request made. If the request does not meet the specified requirements, it will be necessary to remedy this. With respect to the right of access, this will only be refused when it is exercised in an interval that is shorter than twelve months and no legitimate interest is substantiated to this end, and also when the request is made by a person other than the affected party. No consideration shall be required for exercising of the rights.

The files are the responsibility of CODESPA FOUNDATION with address at Calle Rafael Bergamín, 12-Bajo Madrid 28043, which undertakes to comply with its obligation of secrecy concerning the data contained therein, and no access is permitted for third parties for purposes other than those for which they have been authorised.

In compliance with Act 34/2002, of 11 July, on the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, we inform you that the e-mail addresses can be used to send information about our organisation. Should you not wish to receive information, please inform of this in the form stated above or by writing to the following e-mail address:

CODESPA FOUNDATION reserves the right to modify its Data Protection Policy in accordance with the legislation applicable at any given time. Any modification to said Policy shall be published in the website.

The pages of provide links to other content which are property of third parties. With the sole purpose of providing the USER with the possibility of completing the information through them. CODESPA FOUNDATION shall in no case be liable for the results that may arise for the USER due to access to said links, nor guarantee the absence of virus or other elements therein that may produce alterations in the computer system (hardware and software), the user’s files or documents, being free from any responsibility due to damages of any kind caused to the User for this reason.

CODESPA FOUNDATION informs its users, by means of this notice, that it will be able to use cookies when the user browses through the different screens and pages of the site with the aim of recognising users to be able to offer them a better and more personalised service. Nevertheless, in this respect the user can control the security level of his computer by means of the relevant option in his browser programme.

All information regarding the cookies is stored in encrypted form and shall be destroyed after a certain time.

Furthermore, the information obtained is completely anonymous, and in no case can be associated to a specific user nor can they be identified.

Our website uses Google Analytics, an analytical web service of Google, Inc., a company from Delaware whose head office is in 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, USA.

Google Analytics uses cookies with the aim of being able to help us improve the usability of the website by knowing the use made of it by users. The information is stored by Google, which will use it with the purpose of knowing the site’s use, gathering information on its use and providing other services related to the site’s activity and the use of Internet. Google can assign said information to third parties when required by legislation or when said third parties process information on Google’s behalf.

Nevertheless, the user can reject Google having access to this information by controlling the security level of his computer by means of the relevant option in his browser programme. It is possible that, if the use of cookies is rejected, the user cannot access some of the website’s functionalities.

The information obtained is completely anonymous, and in no case can be associated to a specific user nor identified.