Privacy Policy and Cookies




The present PRIVACY POLICY is an integral part of the Legal Notice of the Website

In compliance with provisions of Organic Law 15/1999 of December 13, on Personal Data Protection, CEOE (THE SPANISH CONFEDERATION OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS), with address at calle Diego de León, 50 and Fiscal Id (CIF) number G-28496636 (hereinafter CEOE ) hereby notifies of the following:

A. Personal data provided by you through this Website, which is owned by CEOE, shall be incorporated into the filed owned by CEOE, duly registered in the General Register of Data Protection and, in particular, into the file “CONTACTOS" whose purpose is the maintenance of the user status, management of the WEBSITE’s users, management of the services offered through this SITE, management of queries it receives from users, delivery of useful or interesting information relating to articles, activities, news, events organized by CEOE and its partners, published in social media as well as sent periodically through postal and/or electronic mail by us for advertising purposes, to which you expressly consent.

If you provide us with any curricular data through the appropriate form, in the section established for this purpose on the SITE, we hereby inform you that your data will be processed in order to study your professional offering and manage the recruitment process. In this regard, if you wish to keep participating in our recruitment processes, we kindly ask you to keep your data duly updated.

In addition, we hereby inform you that any data provided might be conveyed to the Entities that comprise CEOE, whose addresses and activities are available on the Website, to comply with the same informed purposes.

Finally, we inform you that by accepting this Privacy Policy you agree for your personal data to be conveyed to third parties that are CEOE partners, for the purpose of allowing these to send through different media, including email, informational mailings about products and services related to business activities and related to training, similar to those offered by CEOE.

You hereby guarantee that the data you have provided is true, exact, reliable, of quality, complete and updated, being solely responsible for any damage, direct or indirect, that may arise as a result of failure to comply with this obligation.

In the event that the data provided belongs to a third party, you are responsible for the obligation to inform said third party about the Terms and Conditions contained herein. In addition, you guarantee that you have obtained authorization from said third party for their data to be provided to CEOE for the aforementioned purposes.

Whenever personal data is collected though the form, you’ll be required to provide, at least, data for those fields marked with an asterisk.  If this data deemed as necessary is not provided, CEOE will not be able to accept and manage the Web service or query made .

In response to CEOE’s concerns about guaranteeing the security and confidentiality of your data, CEOE has adopted the security levels required for the protection thereof and installed the technical means available to CEOE to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access and theft of any personal data provided through

THE USER may exercise his rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition regarding his personal data by e-mail to or by regular mail to CEOE, Ref. "DATOS PERSONALES", Calle Diego de León, 50-28006 MADRID, Spain. Communications that you as the user need to convey in order to exercise these rights are required to include a copy of your national identity card or equivalent identification document.

In accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 of July 11, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, if you do not wish to receive electronic commercial communications in the future, from CEOE, you can let us know by sending an email to the following email address:




Please note that CEOE's WEBSITE uses cookies in order to allow and facilitate user interaction and ensure the quality of the page according to the user’s habits and browsing style. Moreover, we hereby inform you that statistical services –in-house or external-, used by the CEOE WEBSITE may use cookies in order to establish metrics and site usage patterns. Access, use and, in general, browsing CEOE’s WEBSITE necessarily represent the user's consent to the use of "cookies" by CEOE and / or its service providers.


2.1 What are cookies?


A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the USER’s computer, smartphone, or tablet when certain web pages are accessed.


Cookies allow the owner of the page or WEBSITE to store or retrieve certain information about multiple variables, such as: the number of times the page has been accessed by the USER, guaranteeing the USER's session while he browses the web page or SITE, the way in which he uses his computer etc., all of this in order to recognize him as a USER. It should be noted that blocking all cookies might disable certain services and features.


2.2.What type of cookies does this WEBSITE use?


  • Session cookies: They keep the USER identified on the WEBSITE, allowing him to interact with it.
  • Analysis cookies: Cookies that are processed either by CEOE or by third parties to allow us to quantify the number of users and thus carry out the measuring and statistical analysis of the users’ use of the services offered.  To achieve this, their browsing is analyzed at our website with the aim of improving the offer of the products and services we provide.
  • Social media cookies: AddThis is a plugin that enables sharing the contents of our website in different social media.


Cookie name



Issuer’s Webpage

Type de cookie


Google Analytics: System to analyze traffic on the Web.

Google Inc.

Analysis cookies





Session cookie


Session cookie



The cookie __ atuvc is created and read by the javascript of the social plugin "Add this" on the customer’s side with the aim of ensuring that the user sees the updated count if he shares the page. This cookie data is not sent to AddThis, but disabling cookies could result in an unexpected behavior for users.

Add this

Social media cookie


2.3. How to turn off or eliminate Cookies


You may enable, block or eliminate cookies installed in your computer through the configuration of your computer's browser options.

In the Help section of most browsers there are instructions on how to configure your browser if you do not want to accept cookies, if you want to be notified every time a new cookie is received, or if you want to  disable cookies altogether.

In general terms we inform you that browsers offer the following configuration options in relation to the installation of cookies:


  • For the browser to reject all cookies and therefore no cookie of any web page is installed on your device.
  • For the browser to warn you before the installation of the cookie occurs so you may decide whether or not to accept its installation.
  • For the browser to reject only cookies from third-party websites to the one you are visiting, but not the cookies used by the website you are browsing.


In addition, you can disable or delete similar data used by the browser’s extensions (add-on), such as "Flash Cookies", by changing the configuration of these extensions or by visiting the manufacturer's website.