- PRIVACY ISSUES
In compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 (GDPR), and the ‘Ley Organica’ 3/2018 of 5th December, on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, please note the following information regarding the use of data provided by the user:
- Who is responsible for the processing of user data?
Our data may be found at the top of this legal notice.
- Information provided by the user is processed in order to provide and bill for our products and services.
- With user consent we may process data in order to provide information regarding our products, services or activities.
- For how long is user data stored?
Personal data provided is stored only for a time period that is strictly necessary; that is, while the user subscribes to our services or consents to receiving information.
- What legal rights do we have to your data?
1. The legal basis for the use of data is based on the consent given by the user.
(Users under 14 years of age) It is accepted that any information provided by users under 14 years of age is with the consent of their legal representative. Where this is not the case, the user’s legal representative must notify us at the earliest opportunity.
2. Compliance with existing laws or performance of a contract. In certain circumstances it may be necessary for us to use personal user data in order to comply with a relevant law or regulation, or in conformity with our existing contractual obligations.
- Who may we share user data with?
User data will not be shared with third parties, except when required by law or when necessary to fulfil the purpose of such data processing.
- What rights does a user have and how can these be exercised?
- Every user has the right to obtain confirmation about whether or not their personal data is being stored or processed.
- Users also have the right to withdraw any existing consent to data usage.
- All interested parties have a right of access to their personal data, as well as to request rectification of incorrect data or to request the deletion of the same when, among other reasons, data is no longer necessary for the reasons for which it was originally collected.
- In certain circumstances interested parties may request a limitation on the usage of their data; in such cases data will be retained exclusively for the resolution of claims and disputes.
- Interested parties may also obtain their data via a right to data portability.
- Finally, interested parties have a right to lodge a claim or dispute with the competent supervisory authority.
The aforementioned rights may be exercised in writing, upon remittance of a copy of a document identifying the user, to our headquarters located at Carretera San Jerónimo nº 30, 28014, Madrid, or via email to email@example.com.
- How did we acquire your data?
All personal data that we use is derived directly from the interested party, who undertakes to guarantee that such data is correct as provided and accepts responsibility for notifying of any changes to it. Any data indicated by an asterisk is required in order to provide the requested service.
- What data do we process?
The data that we process varies across the following categories:
- Data for identification purposes.
- E-mail and postal addresses.
- Other data requested in our forms.
Data collection is limited to that necessary for the provision of our services and management of our business activities.
- For what purposes do we process user data?
We may use your personal data for the following reasons:
-Provide contracted services.
-The provision of purchased products.
-Responding to requests for information about our products.
-Where we have a legal obligation to process personal data.
-Organisational planning and development (including internal communications, budgeting, administration, and project management);
-Providing access to our resources.
-Web page administration.
-For any other purpose for which we are required to notify and obtain the permission of users, including such purposes as required by local laws, permission will be obtained prior to the processing of personal data in such cases.
- What security measures are applied?
We apply such security measures as stipulated in article 32 of the GDPR. Consequently, we have security measures necessary in order to guarantee a level of security necessary for the processing of data that we undertake, with measures that allow us to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, availability and permanent resilience of data processing systems and services.
These measures include:
- Information regarding the policies relevant to the processing of personal data.
- Performing regular system backups of data.
- Control of access to data.
- Regular appraisal, monitoring and assessment processes.
- Exclusion or limitation of liability
CASA MIRA acts with the utmost diligence and care to ensure that the information offered on its website is up to date at all times. It does not guarantee nor accept responsibility for the accuracy or currency of the website at any given moment, reserving the right to modify such content at any time. CASA MIRA will be responsible for the information that can be accessed via the links included in the website.
All commercial relationships between users will be governed by general terms and conditions which will be established by CASA MIRA as required in relevant documentation, or in specific agreements which may be made between relevant parties.
- COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING AND INFORMATION POLICY.
CASA MIRA undertakes not to engage in misleading advertising. To this end, therefore, any incidental errors in expression or numbering that may occur resulting from revision or incomplete updating of content throughout the distinct sections of this website shall not be considered misleading advertising. CASA MIRA, in accordance with the stipulations of this section, undertakes to ensure that corrections are made to any errors once aware of the same.
CASA MIRA undertakes not to send commercial communications without identifying them as such, in accordance with the relevant statute governing digital commerce and information: “Ley 34/2002 de Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y de comercio electrónico”. To this effect, any information sent to customers of CASA MIRA shall not be considered commercial communication, provided its object is to maintain the existing contractual relationship between client and CASA MIRA, as well as fulfilling the function of informing users, and other activities related to the service which the client has contracted from the company.
- CONDITIONS OF USE, JURISDICTION AND APPLICABLE LAW.
Use of this website implies unconditional acceptance of the terms and conditions of this legal notice. This legal notice and all relationships that it creates between CASA MIRA and the user of the website and its services are in accordance with existing Spanish legislation.
– Last updated: October 2020.