ORGANIC BOOSTING SL is committed to the privacy of its customers, users and contacts, as are all personnel who provide services with us. Part of our commitment is to be transparent in this matter. Therefore, we publish the following information:
- About your rights and use of this website BEFORE you provide your data;
- About the measures that guarantee the safeguarding and integrity of your data;
- So that prior consent to the sending of your data can be duly substantiated
All this is in compliance with the legally stipulated obligations in Organic Law 3/2018 of December 5 on the Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights, as well as with any subsequent regulations and other Spanish or European regulations applicable in this matter.
1. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
Identity: ORGANIC BOOSTING SL
Mailing address: Torres Ademúz Building, Avenida Cortes Valencianas 22, pta.1, 46015 Valencia
Email: [email protected]
2. What is the purpose of processing your data?
- So you can contact us (through the contact forms).
- So we can offer you information about news and services that we can provide now or in the future (via newsletter subscription or circulars).
- If you send us a request for contact, inquiry or information, we will also ask if you wish us to send you the information we send to our newsletter subscribers list.
Once collected, your data becomes part of a processing operation to which the corresponding security measures are applied.
3. How long will we keep your data?
The personal data collected through the web forms will be kept for the duration of your relationship with us. Once the relationship is over, this data will be blocked (we will not process it) so as to comply with legal obligations. We will subsequently proceed to eliminate the data from our databases.
4. What is the legitimacy of our treatment of your data?
Legally we can process the data we request from you when you have given us your consent to do so. This occurs when you have expressly expressed your consent by checking the ‘I have read and accept’ box.
5. Is your data communicated to other recipients?
The data that you enter on the website will not be communicated to other entities, except by legal imperative or to comply with the purpose for which the data is provided.
6. What rights do you have when you provide us with your data?
They are as follows:
- Right to information: you have the right to be clearly informed – BEFORE your data is collected – about what data of yours is being processed, what it is being processed for, where the data will be obtained, and if your data will be disclosed, or has been disclosed, to a third party.
- Right of access: to know what data of yours is being processed, what it is being processed for, where the data will be obtained, and if your data will be disclosed, or has been disclosed, to a third party.
- Right of rectification: to modify your inaccurate or incomplete data.
- Right of cancelation: to cancel your inappropriate or excessive data.
- Right of opposition: to prevent your data from being processed, or from no longer being processed, in cases established by law.
- Right to limitation of processing: to request that data processing be suspended in cases established by law.
- Right to data portability: in order to receive your data in a structured and commonly-used electronic format and to be able to transmit it to another person in charge.
- Right to not be subject to individualized decisions: so that a decision is not made about you that could produce legal effects, or affect you, based only on the processing of your data.
7. How can you exercise your rights?
To exercise any of your rights you must make your request by sending an email to [email protected] including the following:
- A photocopy of your DNI (passport or other identity document) or electronic signature.
- The content of your request and, if necessary, the documents accrediting it.
- Your address (for notification purposes), your signature, and the date.
If you exercise your rights through a voluntarily appointed representative, you must provide the document or electronic instrument that proves the representation.
In the event that the owner of the data is a minor or incapacitated, their rights will be exercised by their duly accredited legal representative.
8. What can you do if your rights have not been addressed?
If you do not consider that we have satisfactorily dealt with your request, you can file a claim to the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
9. Links to other websites
If you want more information, the Spanish Data Protection Agency has published a citizen’s guide which you can access at: http://www.agpd.es/