Privacy Policy



In accordance with the Law 15/1999 of 13th December on the Protection of Personal Data (LOPD), and Law 34/2002 of 11th June on Services of the Information Society and E-Commerce (LSSI-CE), the User accepts that personal data voluntarily provided by him or her, by e-mail, via the forms, or by any other means provided for in this web page, will be incorporated into an electronic database owned by The Mood Project, the purpose of which is to manage the queries and /or requests made. 

The questions included in each of the forms can be answered voluntarily, except those marked with an asterisk (*), which are required. If the required questions remain unanswered, The Mood Project reserves the right not to process incomplete applications.

All information provided by the User via the forms on this Website must be truthful. To that end, the User guarantees the authenticity of all the data furnished and he/she shall keep the information given to The Mood Project duly updated to reflect the User’s current status. The User shall be solely responsible for any false or inaccurate statements provided and for any damages that may be caused to The Mood Project or to third parties due to the information provided.

The forms on this Website are not directed to minors; The Mood Project is therefore not responsible for minors submitting personal data via this website. In any event, the parents/guardians of such minors may exercise the rights to access, rectify, and cancel the minors' data, as set forth below.

In accordance with regulations on data privacy (LOPD) and legislation regarding society of information and E-Commerce services (LSSI-CE), the User accepts that all personal data supplied voluntarily via e-mail or any other means provided on this website shall be stored in a database owned by The Mood Project, for the purpose of processing queries and/or requests. The Mood Project pledges to maintain the secrecy of the personal data furnished by Users as required by law, and to treat said information confidentially and by adopting security measures that, as provided by law, serve to prevent its alteration, loss, unauthorised treatment or access, with due consideration for the status of the technology.



In accordance with article 5.1 of Organic Law 15/1999 of 13th December on the Protection of Personal Data (LOPD), we hereby inform you that all information supplied by the User via the “Newsletter Espacio Mood Madrid” form shall be incorporated into an electronic “Newsletter” file owned by The Mood Project. The form only contains the fields needed to be able to provide this service as required by the User. 

By supplying his/her personal data on this form, the User is expressly agreeing to receive The Mood Project’s “Newsletter” and is expressly advised that it may contain commercial content. The Mood Project undertakes to treat the personal data furnished by the User with the appropriate level of protection, in compliance with Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21st December concerning the development of the LOPD, by taking all the measures needed to prevent their alteration, loss or unauthorised access by third parties who might use them for purposes other than those requested of the User. 

The User may freely exercise his/her rights to access, alter, cancel or oppose their private data in fulfilment of the provisions of the LOPD, as described in the following paragraph.



Registered Users may exercise their right to access, modify, cancel or oppose their private data as established in the LOPD, by sending a note including their personal information and specifying the right they wish to exercise, through the following means:

By ordinary post:

The Mood Project, S.L

C/ ARIBAU 230 - 240 8A


NIF B62442256

PHONE: +34 932005713




The Mood Project undertakes to preserve the secrecy of the personal data provided by the User by treating them confidentially and adopting appropriate security measures in keeping with the law in order to prevent their modification, loss or unauthorised access, bearing in mind at all times the state of technology, the nature of the data stored and the risks to which they are exposed.

Nevertheless, the User should be aware that technical security in a medium such as the Internet is not impregnable and leaks caused by the malicious actions of third parties can arise.



When the User accesses the web page from his/her computer, tablet or Smartphone, imperceptible text files called “cookies” are automatically generated. These files are stored in the User’s preferences when accessing the web page so as to recapture the same preferences in future connections. Users may obtain all information concerning the aim of cookies installation and their uses in the Cookies Policy published by The Mood Project on this Website. The User can reject the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate setting option in the browser.

We use our own and third-party cookies to improve our services and display advertising related to your preferences by analysing your browsing habits. If you continue browsing, we consider you accept their use. 

To change your settings or find out more, click here: Cookies policy



Our Website uses a technology called “cookies” to collect information on the use of the Website. We hereby inform you that we may use cookies to make your Website browsing easier, differentiate you from other users, provide you with a better user experience, and identify problems so as to improve our Website. Additionally, if you give your consent, we will use cookies to obtain more information about your preferences and customise our Website in keeping with your personal interests. 

The purpose of this cookies policy is to inform you in a clear and concise manner about the cookies we use on our Website. If you would like more information about the cookies we use on our Website, please send us an e-mail to the following address: 



A cookie is a file downloaded onto your equipment (computer or mobile device) to store data that may be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for their installation.

The information gathered through the cookies may include the date and time of your visits to the Website, the pages visited, the time spent on our Website and the sites visited right before and after your visit.



Our Website uses the following types of cookies:


2.1. Our own cookies:


Session cookies:

Cookies sent to your computer and used exclusively by us to provide a better functioning of the Website. The information we collect is used to improve the quality of our service and your user experience.

Persistent cookies:

Cookies that remain longer in your browser, thus enabling us to detect you as a recurring visitor of our Website and adapt the content to your preferences. We use the following specific cookies:

  •  _utma (2 years), _utmb (1 day), _utmc (session), _utmt (10 min), _utmz (6 months), utmv (2 years): their purpose is to analyse the user’s website use.
  • language: its purpose is to identify the user’s language choice.
  •  PHPSESSID (session): This cookie is used by PHP encryption language to enable SESSION variables to be stored in the website. This cookie is essential to the website’s operation.


2.2. Third-Party Analytical Cookies

Third-party cookies are those established by a domain other than our Website. We cannot access the data stored on the cookies of other websites when you browse on said websites.

On using our Website, the third-party cookies listed below and their expiry term (calculated as of the moment they are created or re-established), provider and purpose are downloaded onto your computer.

Provider: Google Ireland Limited.

  • id (2 years): Cookie used to operate Doubleclick; it analyses the effectiveness of online marketing campaigns.
  • DSID (15 DAYS): Cookie used to operate Doubleclick; it analyses the effectiveness of online marketing campaigns.
  • IDE (2 YEARS): Cookie used to operate Doubleclick, used for advertising.
  • SONAR (1 YEAR) Cookie used to operate Doubleclick, used for advertising.


If you would like more information on Google Inc.’s use of cookies, you can contact Google here: .

Additionally, if you interact with the content of our Website, third-party cookies may be established (e.g., on clicking social media buttons or watching videos embedded on another website).

The following are the websites where you can read the description and expiry periods of the types of cookies used by social media, which you can access from our Website:


For Facebook, visit the following link:

For Twitter, visit the following link:

For Instagram, visit the following link:



By navigating on and remaining on our Website, you are giving us your consent to use the aforementioned cookies for the periods specified and under the conditions set forth in this Cookies Policy.

Disabling and blocking cookies or withdrawing my consent.

In any event, we hereby inform you that, provided that cookies are not mandatory for the use of our Website, you can block or disable them by activating the browser setting that rejects the installation of any or some cookies. Most browsers can signal the presence of cookies or reject them automatically. If you reject them, you can continue using our Website, but some services may be limited and your experience on our Website may be less satisfactory. For further information on eliminating, disabling or blocking cookies, please visit:

You can also find information on how to do so using the following links, depending on what browser you use:

Firefox from

Chrome from

Explorer from

Safari from

Opera from

If you wish you can also watch the videos of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, which explain how to configure privacy settings from different platforms and devices.



The cookies policy on our Website may be updated; we therefore recommend you review this policy whenever you visit our Website to be duly informed on how and why we use cookies. This cookies policy was last updated in June 2016.



If you have any doubts, comments or suggestions regarding the cookies policy, please write to:

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