1. Identity of data controller
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, Organic Law 3/2018 on the Protection of Personal Data (henceforth, ‘LOPD’) and Law 34/2022 of 11 July on E-Commerce and Information Society Services, as well as all other relevant legislation, you are informed that the controller of the personal data processed on the website [URL] is:
The Company undertakes to keep the information you provide us with strictly confidential, avoiding unauthorised access and manipulation, loss, destruction or theft. To this end, we will apply the security measures stipulated in the current legislation and all additional measures that our resources and modern technology allow us to implement. Please bear in mind that the information we request is often essential to allow you to fully benefit from our website.
3. Scope of application
4. Data requested from users
5. Purpose of data processing
The purposes for which we request or automatically collect your data are as follows:
The user expressly authorises the Company to contract browsing, hosting and web development services, as well as services requested via the online form, in full or in part from third parties when this is deemed necessary to ensure that the services run smoothly. In this case, the Company undertakes to sign a contract with the third-party subcontractor stipulating the latter’s obligations with regard to personal data protection. The third party will be required to comply with the data protection obligations that the Company has established with regard to its users, as well as demonstrating that appropriate technical and organisational measures are in place to ensure that data are processed in accordance with the applicable legislation.
The Company will be diligent in selecting suppliers and will apply compliance verification mechanisms to minimise any risk that may affect the security of the data available to the third party as far as possible.
7. Users’ rights
The LOPD sets out a series of fundamental rights in favour of individuals whose data are processed. This section provides information on how to exercise your rights with regard to your personal data. You may exercise all the rights listed below by contacting us at the email address provided in Section 1, attaching proof of your identity. Please bear in mind that we may request additional information to confirm your identity before processing your request.
8. Right of access:
The right of access gives users the right to obtain a copy of their personal data for free. You can ask us to provide you with the information we store about you.
9. Right to rectification:
The right to rectification allows you to correct errors, modify any imprecise or incomplete data and ensure the accuracy of the data processed. You should inform us of any changes to your data and are responsible for updating your details.
10. Right to erasure:
The right to erasure permits data that prove inappropriate or excessive to be erased without prejudice to the duty to block data set out in the LOPD.
11.Right to object:
The right to object allows users to ask for their personal data not to be processed for certain purposes or for processing to cease. You can object to the processing of your personal data by stating the specific purposes to which you object.
12. Right to data portability:
The right to portability enables you to request a copy of your personal data in a structured machine-readable format.
Users are entitled to revoke consent to the processing of their personal data at any time, without prejudice to the lawfulness of any processing occurring before consent is withdrawn.
You are entitled to submit a complaint to the supervisory authority (www.aepd.es) if you believe that the processing of your personal data is in breach of current legislation.
13. Security measures
When processing your personal data, we take appropriate security measures based on the type of data, available technological resources and our material and legal means. Our aim is to avoid access by unauthorised third parties, theft, loss or dissemination of your information. These security measures include:
However, you should be aware that the internet is not an entirely secure environment and that there will always be some risk with regard to your personal data no matter how many security measures we implement. Therefore, please contact us if you detect an incident or find evidence that your information may be at risk so that we can investigate the matter and find solutions.
15. Applicable law and jurisdiction