1.Who is responsible for collecting, processing and transferring your personal data?
Dir. Postal: 7500
Teléfono: (+34) 649 - 478 - 593
Contact email for data protection: firstname.lastname@example.org
The user can contact our administration department at the address indicated for any questions or needs that you have of your personal data.
2. For what purpose do we treat your personal data?
To manage your request for information or budget through our contact forms. With your personal data, at no time will automated decisions be made or profiles developed.
3.What is the legitimacy for the treatment of your personal data?
4.How long will we keep your personal data?
The personal data you provide us will be kept as long as the deletion is not requested by the interested party or as long as we need them for administrative, accounting or fiscal reasons according to the normal conditions that enable us to do so.
5. Who has access to your personal data?
It is not expected to transfer the data collected through the web to third parties, except in cases that are required in accordance with the current obligation at all times to meet our obligations to the public administration or meet the requirements of the forces and bodies of State security and judicial agencies.
6. What are your rights as a user?
Anyone has the right to obtain confirmation about whether we are treating personal data that concerns them, or not. Interested persons have the right to: · Know what their data are used for and the period of their conservation, whether automated decisions are made or profiles and consequences are drawn up. · Submit a claim to the Spanish data protection agency www.agpd.es if they understand that we are violating your rights. · Access your personal data, as well as request the rectification of inaccurate or incomplete data. · Request its suppression when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes that were collected. · Request limitation of the processing of your data, in which case we will only keep them for the exercise or defense of claims. · Request the portability of your data to other service providers, whenever technically possible. · In certain circumstances, such as when the treatment is aimed at direct marketing, and for reasons related to your particular situation, to oppose the processing of your data, in these cases we will stop processing the data, except for compelling legitimate reasons, or the exercise or the defense of possible claims.
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