Privacy Policy


We inform you that the data you provide on this website when filling out the “contact form” (or email form or form) will be treated in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April (GDPR) and the Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December (LOPDGD).

The “contact form” available on the website allows users of the site to contact the owner of the website by sending an email using said contact form.
This information corresponds to the personal data sent by the user when filling out the contact form.
We inform you of the fact that the data that you voluntarily provide through the form will be sent in an email that may be stored in the email system of the website owner.
The data will not be saved or stored on other media or devices; Nor will other data from your navigation through the website be stored.

The purposes of processing your personal data are the following:
The data that you provide us may be used to contact you in order to respond to the requests that you may send us through the online form.

to. The personal data processed will be exclusively the common data strictly necessary and relevant for the purposes mentioned in point 1 above.
b. The processing of the personal data provided by you is carried out through the operations or set of operations indicated in article 3.c of Organic Law 15/1999. The processing is carried out directly by the organization of the Website Owner.

Remember that you are not obliged to provide the website owner with your personal data through the contact form.
The communication of your data through the contact form is optional.
However, failure to provide data for the purposes set out in art. 1 will determine the impossibility of contacting the owner of the website through the contact form.

The personal data collected through the contact form will be sent by email to the managing owner of this website, who is in charge of processing.

Remember that at any time you may exercise the rights granted to you by the applicable regulations, and especially the rights recognized in articles 13 and following of Organic Law 15/1999, which we reproduce below, by contacting the owner of the website through the contact form.

Article 13. Challenge of valuations.
1. Citizens have the right not to be subject to a decision with legal effects on them or that significantly affects them, which is based solely on data processing intended to evaluate certain aspects of their personality.
2. The affected person may challenge administrative acts or private decisions that imply an assessment of their behavior, whose sole basis is a processing of personal data that offers a definition of their characteristics or personality.
3. In this case, the affected party will have the right to obtain information from the person responsible for the file about the assessment criteria and the program used in the treatment that served to adopt the decision that constituted the act.
4. The assessment of the behavior of citizens, based on data processing, may only have probative value at the request of the affected party.

Article 14. Right to consult the General Data Protection Registry.
Any person will be able to know, by collecting the appropriate information from the General Data Protection Registry for this purpose, the existence of personal data processing, its purposes and the identity of the person responsible for the processing. The General Registry will be open to public and free consultation.

Article 15. Right of access.
1. The interested party will have the right to request and obtain free information on their personal data undergoing processing, the origin of said data, as well as the communications made or planned to be made regarding them.

2. The information may be obtained by simply consulting the data through its visualization, or by indicating the data that is the subject of processing by writing, copy, telecopy or photocopy, certified or not, in legible and intelligible form, without use keys or codes that require the use of specific mechanical devices.
3. The right of access referred to in this article may only be exercised at intervals of no less than twelve months, unless the interested party proves a legitimate interest for this purpose, in which case they may exercise it sooner.

Article 16. Right to rectification and cancellation.
1. The person responsible for the treatment will have the obligation to make effective the right of rectification or cancellation of the interested party within a period of ten days.
2. Personal data whose processing does not comply with the provisions of this Law will be rectified or cancelled, where appropriate, and, in particular, when such data is inaccurate or incomplete.
3. Cancellation will give rise to the blocking of the data, being kept only at the disposal of public administrations, Judges and Courts, for the attention of possible responsibilities arising from the treatment, during the statute of limitations thereof. Once the aforementioned period has expired, the deletion must be carried out.
4. If the rectified or canceled data had been previously communicated, the person responsible for the treatment must notify the rectification or cancellation made to the person who has been communicated, in the event that the treatment is maintained by the latter, who must also proceed to the cancellation. .
5. Personal data must be kept for the periods provided for in the applicable provisions or, where applicable, in the contractual relations between the person or entity responsible for the processing and the interested party.

Article 17. Opposition, access, rectification or cancellation procedure.
1. The procedures to exercise the right of opposition, access, as well as those of rectification and cancellation will be established by regulation.
2. No compensation will be required for the exercise of the rights of opposition, access, rectification or cancellation.

Article 18. Protection of rights.
1. Actions contrary to the provisions of this Law may be the subject of a claim by the interested parties before the Spanish Data Protection Agency, in the manner determined by regulation.
2. The interested party who is denied, totally or partially, the exercise of the rights of opposition, access, rectification or cancellation, may inform the Spanish Data Protection Agency or, where appropriate, the competent body of each Autonomous Community, which must ensure the origin or inadmissibility of the denial.
3. The maximum period in which the express resolution for protection of rights must be issued will be six months.
4. A contentious-administrative appeal will be filed against the resolutions of the Spanish Data Protection Agency.

Article 19. Right to compensation.
1. The interested parties who, as a consequence of non-compliance with the provisions of this Law by the person responsible or in charge of the treatment, suffer damage or injury to their property or rights will have the right to be compensated.
2. In the case of publicly owned files, liability will be required in accordance with the legislation regulating the liability regime of public administrations.
3. In the case of privately owned files, the action will be brought before the ordinary jurisdiction bodies.
The processing will have a duration no longer than that necessary for the purposes for which the data have been collected.