Cookie Policy

1. What are cookies?

UpHill may store "cookies" in the internet browser files of the computer or mobile device used by the User when visiting the Website. For the purposes of this document, the term "Website" covers the "UpHill", "UpHill Events" and / or "UpHill Simulate" websites. "UpHill" is a website that provides information about UpHill's activity, accessible through the domain “UpHill Events” is a web-based application, accessible through the domain, which allows the dissemination, registration and management of procedures related to participation in training events. “UpHill Simulate” is a web-based application accessible through the domain, which, upon registration, provides content on clinical training and compliance analysis. Cookies are fragments or files of information that a website installs on the hard disk of the User's computer or mobile device, through the internet browser, in which information relating to the connection created between the User’s computer or mobile device and the server is retained. Cookies allow UpHill's systems to recognise the User's internet browser and personalise the information on the respective website, activating several features that provide faster and more efficient navigation and eliminate the need to repeatedly enter the same information, bearing the User's interests in mind. For example, if the User previously visited the UpHill website and requested information about specific products, cookies allow the information to be tailored to the User on the next visit to the website, keeping in mind specific individual interests. There are several types of cookies: • Session cookies, which are temporary cookies that are stored in the computer's cookie file until the User closes the browser (at that moment, they are automatically deleted) and • Persistent cookies, which are stored in the computer's cookie file for a certain period of time. • Essential cookies allow the User to browse the website and access its features, such as, for example, entering the secure areas of the website or accessing personalised content and • Technical cookies make it possible to count the number of visits and understand the usage habits of the website by users. Counting and monitoring is done completely anonymously, and no movement or activity can be linked to a particular User. Technical cookies improve the performance of the website, ensuring, for example, that Users can easily find what they are looking for.

2. What cookies are used on the UpHill website?

The website uses "technical" cookies. The Website also uses Google Analytics to anonymously compile information about the User's online activity within the respective Website, such as, for example, the website’s User visits, which links the user clicks on, what searches are made on the Website or the number of visits to the Website. UpHill uses this software to generate reports on Users' interactions with the Website and, thus, improve it. For more information about material compiled with Google Analytics, visit Cookies stored on the User's computer or mobile device do not access, process or archive the User’s personally identifiable information, nor do they access, process or archive any file on the computer's or mobile device's hard disk and, unless the User has logged on to a website requiring authentication, cookies also do not identify or authenticate the User. The information transmitted via cookies is not used to personally identify the User and the data gathered via the User's browsing behaviour on the Website is stored in an entirely secure manner. Cookies are only used for the purposes mentioned herein. Cookies do not pose any threat to the security of the User's computer or mobile device The Website uses cookies for marketing purposes. Cookies can be used to send information about UpHill products and services that may be of interest to the User.

2.1. Type of cookies used by the Website:

• Google Analytics • User Information (cookie-acceptance, user, destroylogin) • Events Analytics (seen-activity) • Platform Information (flash)

2.2. Third-party cookies

UpHill does not authorise the use of third-party cookies, other than those mentioned above, nor does it use third party services on its Website, other than those mentioned above, which send cookies to Users.

3. How can the User control the cookies that UpHill uses on the Website?

When accessing the Website, the User can select one of the options listed in the “window” on cookies, accepting or rejecting the use of cookies. The User can block or reject cookies by activating the definition of the internet browser that allows Users to refuse the installation of all or some cookies. The User can also change the settings of the internet browser to notify them when a cookie is about to be placed on his or her computer or mobile device. Normally, these settings are activated by clicking on the Help menu of the web browser. However, the rejection of cookies when visiting the Website may compromise the efficient functionality of certain parts of the Website. For example, when rejecting cookies from the Website, the User may not be able to access a preferred area, view a standard home page or a pre-filled form, or easily access their recently visited links or pages. For more information about cookies, including how to find cookies installed on your computer or mobile device and how to manage and delete them, the User can access the website To prevent Google Analytics from tracking your activity online, the User must access