Intellectual Property
The contents of this website, including the text, images, sounds, animations and other elements in addition to its graphic design and its source code are protected by Spanish legislation governing intellectual and industrial property rights in favour of the organisations making up the RPTE. It is therefore completely prohibited to reproduce, distribute or publicly communicate these contents, in whole or in part, without the express permission of the RPTE.

Content of the website and links
The RPTE shall assume no responsibility for any inappropriate usage that may be made of the contents of our web page, with this responsibility falling entirely upon the person accessing or using said contents. Nor shall the RPTE assume any responsibility for the information contained within the web pages of third parties that may be accessed from this website via links or search tools.

Updates and modifications to the web page
The RPTE reserves the right to modify or remove both the information contained within its website and the configuration and presentation, without prior warning and without assuming any responsibility for such an action.

Information about technical elements
The RPTE shall assume no responsibility in connection to technical issues or device failures that may occur during the connection to the internet, nor shall it assume any responsibility for damage that may be caused by third parties as a result of unlawful interference outside of the control of the RPTE. The RPTE shall also remain exonerated from any responsibility that may arise from potential damage or harm that the user may experience as a result of errors, defects or omissions in the information that we provide when this information comes from outside sources.

The RPTE wishes to provide users with information about the use of cookies on its websites.
Cookies are files that may be downloaded onto a device through web pages. They are tools which play an essential role in the provision of many different information society services. Among other roles, they enable a website to store and recover information about the browsing habits of a user or of that user’s device and, depending on the information obtained, they may be used to recognise the user and to improve the level of service provided.

Types of cookies

We can make a distinction between two types of cookies, depending on the organisation that manages the domain from which the cookies are sent and that processes the data that are obtained: own cookies and third-party cookies.
We can also make a distinction between session cookies or permanent cookies when considering the period of time that these remain stored in the client’s browser.
Lastly, there is a further classification which distinguishes five different types of cookies depending on the purpose for which data obtained are processed: technical cookies, personalisation cookies, analytics cookies, marketing cookies and behavioural marketing cookies.

Cookies used for any of the following purposes are not required to comply with the obligations outlined in Article 22.2 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July governing information society services and electronic commerce (hereafter referred to as the LSSI):

–   Merely enabling communication between the user’s device and the network
–   Strictly providing a service which has been expressly requested by the user

In this regard, the Article 29 Working Party in Ruling 4/2012 (Ruling 4/2012 regarding exemption from the requirement for consent for cookies, has ruled that exempted cookies include those that serve the following purposes:

–  «User access» cookies
–  Cookies for the authentication or identification of users (session only)
–  User security cookies
–  Media player session cookies
–  Load balance session cookies
–  User interface personalisation cookies
–  Complementary (plug-in) cookies for the exchange of social content

It can therefore be understood that these cookies remain exempted from the scope of the application of Article 22.2 of the LSSI and that for the same reason it shall not be necessary to provide information about, nor obtain consent for, their usage.

Cookies used on the web:
cookillian_opt_*; This cookie stores user preferences regarding the use of cookies in this website
wordpress_test_cookie: This cookie helps to determine whether cookies can be stored for WordPress. This cookie is required for the running of this website.
wp-settings-*: This cookie helps to record the personal preferences of the user within WordPress..
comment_author_*: This cookie remembers the last comment made by the user, in addition to details such as the name and email address of the user, meaning that users are not obliged to enter this information again.
wordpress_*: This authentication cookie stores details about WordPress. This cookie is required for the running of this website.

Google maps
The RPTE websites use Google Maps. You may find more information about this topic at:

Acceptance of the Cookies Policy
The Basque Technology Parks assume that you accept the use of cookies. However, information regarding the Cookies Policy is displayed in the lower part of any page of the Parks’ websites whenever a session is opened, for the purpose of making users aware of the same.
With this information in mind, it is possible to perform the following actions:
Reject cookies. The websites will not function properly and it will not be possible to navigate through the same.
No aceptar. La web no funcionará correctamente y no se podrá navegar por ella.
Modifying the configuration of cookies:
How to modify the configuration of cookies
You may restrict, block or delete the cookies used by the Basque Technology Parks or any other website by using your browser options. In each browser the operating procedure is different but the ‘Help’ function will help you to do this.

You may also manage the storage of cookies on your browser using tools such as the following:
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