Héctor Rubio Hernández – NIF: 24352320-N
C/ Almazora 51 bajo
T. 609 754 364 / 963 892 008
We do not give your data to third parties
There are no international transfers of your data
You have the right to access their data, rectify them, delete them, limit them to their treatment, to their portability, to their attention and to the claims before the control authority. More information in our “Privacy and Data Protection Policy”.
1.- GENERAL INFORMATION
In accordance with these regulations, we indicate all the details of your interest regarding how to perform these processes, for what purposes, that other entities may have access to your data and your rights.
For all the above, once reviewed and read our Data Protection Policy, it is essential that you accept proof of their agreement and consent.
2.- RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TREATMENT
Who collects and treats your data?
The Data Processing Manager is a natural or legal person, an administrative body, a single employee or others that determine the purposes and means of processing personal data; in the case of the purposes and means of treatment.
In this case, our identifying data as Responsible for the Treatment are the following:
Héctor Rubio Hernández – NIF: 24352320-N
How can we contact us?
Address of our offices for notification purposes:
Calle Almazora 51 bajo, 46009 Valencia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Phone: 609 754 364 / 963 892 008
Postal address for notification purposes:
C/ Almazora 51 bajo, 46009, Valencia
3.- SECURITY MEASURES
What do we do to guarantee the privacy of your data?
Our corporate entity or group adopts the organizational and technical measures to guarantee the security and privacy of the data, to avoid the alteration, the loss, the treatment or the unauthorized access, the state of the technology, the nature of the stored data and the risks to which they are well.
Among others, the following measures are detailed:
- Guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, availability and permanent resistance of the treatment systems and services.
- The availability and access to personal data quickly, in case of physical or technical incident.
- Verify, evaluate and reevaluate, on a regular basis, the effectiveness of the technical measures and the organizations implemented to guarantee the safety of the treatment.
- Pseudonymize and encrypt personal data, in the case of sensitive data.
4.- PURPOSE OF THE TREATMENT
What do we want to process your data for?
We need your authorization and consent for the treatment and personal data.
How long do we keep your data?
The data indicated above. Unless there is an obligation or legal requirement, the expected conservation periods are:
5.- LEGITIMATION OF THE TREATMENT
Why do we treat your data?
The information and the treatment of your data is always legitimized by one or several legal bases, which are detailed below:
6.- RECIPIENTS OF YOUR DATA
Who do we release your data to within the European Union?
No transfer of your data to third parties or entities, except legal obligation.
Do we carry out International Transfers of your data outside the European Union?
There are no international transfers of your data.
7.- RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTIES
What are the rights that protect you?
The current data protection regulations are a series of rights in the use we give your data. All human rights become non-transferable, in other words, those that can be made by the owner of the data, after verification of their identity.
Here we indicate what are the rights that assist you:
- Request ACCESS to your personal data.
- Request the RECTIFICATION of your data.
- Request the deletion or deletion of your data (right to “forget”)
- LIMIT or OPPOSE the use we give your data
- Right to PORTABILITY of your data for cases of telecommunications or internet services.
- Right to WITHDRAW your consent at any time
- Right to file a CLAIM for data protection before the Control Authority: Spanish Agency for Data Protection
How can you exercise your rights in relation to your data?
To exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation or opposition, portability and withdrawal of your consent, you can do so as follows:
How can you file a claim?
In addition to the rights that are offered, however, it is not a question of responding to the current norms of the data protection norm, a claim can be made to the control authority, the contact data indicated below:
Spanish Agency for Data Protection
DO/. Jorge Juan, 6. 28001, Madrid (Madrid), Spain
Email: email@example.com – Telephone: 912663517
8.- CONSENT AND ACCEPTANCE