Cookie Policy

Pursuant to Article 22 of the Law on Information Society Services and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 (General Data Protection Regulation), Altequo Group S.L. (hereinafter, “Sports Law Hub”), holder of tax code B42714246 and with registered address at Avenida Diagonal 534, entresuelo izquierda, 08006 Barcelona (Spain), would like to inform users of the website http://sportslawhub.com (hereinafter, “User/s” and the “Website”, respectively) that it uses cookies to collect statistical data on Users’ browsing and to enhance its services. 

Cookies are small data files that are generated in the User’s computer and allow the User to store the information generated by their activity on the network. Cookies allow a website, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the User’s browsing habits or their computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way in which they use their computer, cookies may be used to recognise the User.

Currently, we only use this type of cookies and storages:

Cookie ID

 Type of cookie 

Expiration

Description

wp-wpml_current_language

First-party

Session

Stores the language used. By default, this cookie is only for logged-in users.

Storage ID

Type

Category

Hu-session

Session

Strictly necessary

wpEmojiSettingsSupports

Session

Strictly necessary

Hu-config

Session

Strictly necessary

However, depending on Sports Law Hub’s needs, this Website may also end up using, with the consequent notice of modification of the current Cookie Policy, the following types of cookies according to the Spanish Data Protection Agency’s classification according to the purpose for which they are used:

  • Analytics: these collect information on how Users interact with the Website, such as the pages visited or the time spent browsing. This data is used to enhance the User experience and optimise the Website.
  • Advertising: these are used to show personalised ads according to the User’s interests and preferences. These cookies track User activity online and may share data with third parties to display relevant ads.
  • Social media: these allow Users to share Website content on social media platforms or access said platforms. These cookies are associated with the “like” or “share” buttons used on many websites.

Disabling cookies may affect the proper functioning of certain sections of the Website. However, the User may configure their browser to be notified of the receipt of cookies, to prevent their installation on their computer, or to withdraw at any time the consent given for the use of cookies by this Website.

Please refer to your browser’s instructions and manuals for further information. Below are the settings of the most common web browsers to enable, install, or disable cookies:

For any questions, additional information or clarifications about this Cookie Policy, Users may send an email to: dataprotection@sportslawhub.com