Although we have not made substantial changes in the way we process data about our users, we have updated this policy to abbreviate it and make it easier to read, as well as to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation that will come into force on May 25. of 2018.
What data do we get?
We collect certain user data directly, such as information that the user introduces by requesting information via email. We also collect some data automatically, such as information about the user’s device and the parts of our services on this website that the user interacts with or spends time using.
Data that the user provides us:
We may collect the following user data based on how you use our web services. Specifically we collect the data that the user provides us directly when requesting some information additional to the one shown on the web such as his name and surname and his email address.
Data collected through automated means:
When the user accesses our web services (including web browsing), we collect some data through automated means, including:
1. System data: technical data about the user’s equipment or device, such as the IP address, the type of device, the type and version of the operating system, the unique identifier of the device, the browser, the browser language, the domain and other system data.
2. Usage data: usage statistics on the user’s interactions with the services of this website, the time spent on the pages, the pages visited, the functions used, the search queries, the data on the clicks, the date and the time, and other data related to the use and navigation of this website.
3. Approximate geographical data: approximate geographical location, including information such as the country, city and geographic coordinates, calculated according to the IP address. This data is collected through the use of server log files and tracking technologies, as detailed in the “Cookies and data collection tools” section.
How do we obtain the user’s data?
We use tools, such as cookies, web signage and analysis services. Some of these tools offer the possibility of voluntarily excluding data collection.
Cookies and data collection tools
We use the following types of cookies:
Preferences: cookies that remember data about the browser and preferences that affect the appearance and behavior of the Services (as the preferred language).
Security: cookies used to allow the login and access to the Services; protect from fraudulent logins and prevent misuse or unauthorized use of the user’s account.
Functional: cookies that store functional settings (such as the volume level that is set for video playback).
Session status: cookies that track the user’s interactions with the services of this website to help us improve the user’s browsing experience. They are strictly necessary for this website to work properly, so if you disable them, some features will stop or will not be available.
The user can set the web browser to warn him of attempts to place cookies on the computer, to limit the types of cookies he allows or to reject cookies in general. If you do so, the user may not be able to use some or all of the functions of the Services, and their experience may be different or less functional.
Some of the third-party partners that provide certain functions on our site may also use local storage objects (also known as Flash or LSO cookies) to collect or store data.
We use services of analysis of browsers and third-party mobiles, such as Google Analytics in the services of this website. These use Data Collection Tools to help us analyze the use made of the services of this website, including information such as the third party website from which it comes, the frequency with which it visits, the events within the services of this website, the usage data and its performance.
We use third-party advertising services, such as Facebook and Google advertising services, as well as other advertising networks and servers, to offer advertising about our web services on other websites and applications that the user uses. Ads can be based on our knowledge of the user, such as their Usage Data and System Data and the knowledge that these advertising service providers have about the user based on their tracking data. Ads can be based on your recent activity or activity over time, and on other sites and services, and can be tailored to your interests.
Why we use user data
We use the user’s data to do things like provide, improve and update our web services, communicate with the user, solve problems, protect from fraud and misuse, analyze the way people use our website, offer personalized advertising and according to as required by law or necessary for reasons of security and integrity.
With whom we share the data
We share some information about the user with data analysis and enrichment providers, the social network providers of the user and companies that help us to carry out promotions and surveys, and advertising companies that help us to promote our web services. We may also share user data as necessary for security or legal compliance. Finally, we may share data in other ways if they are added or depersonalized, or if we obtain the user’s consent.
1. With service providers, contractors and agents: we share user data with third-party companies that provide services on our behalf, such as payment processing, data analysis, marketing and advertising services (including reassignment advertising), email and accommodation, and customer service and assistance. These service providers can access the user’s personal data and are required to use them only as we indicated to provide our requested service.
2. With data analysis and enrichment services: As part of our use of third-party analytics tools, such as Google Analytics, we share certain contact information, system data, usage data or depersonalized data, as necessary. Personalized data are those in which we have removed things, such as the user’s name and email address, and have replaced them with an ID in the form of a token. This allows these providers to provide analysis services or to link user data with information from public databases (including contact and social network information from other sources). We do this to communicate with the user in a more effective and personalized way.
4. To advertise: If we decide to offer advertising in the future, we may use and share certain System Data and Usage Data with advertisers and third-party networks to display general demographic information and preferences. We can also allow advertisers to collect Data from the system through Data Collection Tools and use this data to offer the user specific announcements in order to personalize the user’s experience (through advertising based on behavior) and perform web analysis. Advertisers can also share with us the data they collect about the user. For more information or to opt-out of participation in advertising according to the behavior of advertising networks, see the section “User’s options regarding the use of their data” below. The user must bear in mind that if he excludes himself voluntarily, he will continue to receive generic advertisements.
5. For security and legal compliance: We may disclose user data to third parties if (in our absolute discretion) we believe in good faith that the disclosure:
-It is allowed or required by law.
-It is requested as part of a judicial, governmental or legal investigation, order or process.
-It is reasonably necessary as part of a subpoena, court order or other legally valid requirement.
-It is necessary to detect, prevent or combat fraud, misuse, possible violations of the law (or rules or regulations) or technical or security problems.
-It is reasonably necessary, at our discretion, to protect against imminent damage to the rights, property or safety of Carla Hernando, our users and employees, members of the public or our web services.
6. After aggregation / depersonalization: we may disclose or use aggregate or depersonalized data for any purpose.
We will use adequate security measures based on the type and confidentiality of the data that is stored. As with any system with an Internet connection, there is always a risk of unauthorized access, so it is important to protect the user’s password and contact them if they suspect that unauthorized access has occurred. your account.
We take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure or destruction of the personal data of the user that we collect and store. These measures vary depending on the type and confidentiality of the data. However, unfortunately, no system can be completely secure, so we can not guarantee that the communications between the user and Carla Hernando, the services of this website or any information provided to us in relation to the data. If the user believes that their password or account is in danger, they must change it immediately and contact email@example.com to report their concerns.
Rights of the user
The user has some rights with respect to the use of their data, including the possibility of voluntarily excluding promotional emails, cookies and the collection of their data by some analysis providers. The user can contact us to make requests for individual rights over their personal data. Parents who believe that we have inadvertently collected personal information about their minor children should contact us to help us eliminate that information.
User’s choices regarding the use of their data
The user may decide not to provide certain information to us, but may not use certain functions of the Services.
To stop receiving our promotional communications, the user can voluntarily exclude them by communicating it to firstname.lastname@example.org The browser or the user’s device may allow you to control cookies and other types of local data storage. The user’s wireless device may also allow you to control the collection or sharing of the location or other data. The user can manage the Adobe LSOs through its Site Storage Configuration panel.
To obtain information and control the cookies used for personalized advertising of the participating companies, the user can consult the consumer exclusion pages of the Network Advertising Initiative and the Digital Advertising Alliance, or if he is in the European Union, visit the site Your Online Choices. To exclude advertising displayed on Google or customize ads on the Google Display Network, the user can visit the Google Ad Settings page.
Access, update and deletion of the user’s personal data
To request access, correct or delete the personal data of the user, you must send an email to email@example.com or write to Carla Hernando, Aristides Maillol 19, 08028 Barcelona
Policy regarding children
Children under 13 (or under 16 in the UE) should not use the services of this website. If we discover that we have collected personal information from children under that age, we will take reasonable measures to eliminate them.
Parents who believe that we have been able to collect personal information from children under that age can send a request to be deleted at the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
When we make a substantial change in this policy, we will inform users by email, by a notice on the product or through another mechanism required by law. The changes will take effect the day they are published. The user can contact us by email or by postal mail, if you have any questions, concerns or conflicts to:
|This website includes a range of contents relating to the protection of data of a personal nature.
Protection of intellectual property rights
The contents and graphic material that form part of this website are exclusively owned by Carla Hernando (the Owner). Consequently, any use or reproduction that users make of this content, or of any other content which may be included in the future, must be carried out with the permission of Carla Hernando.
The owner explicitly reserves general rights with respect to the overall contents published on the website which are subject to copyright.
Personal and private use of the contents of this website is permitted when it is appropriate and in line with the goals of this online site, as specified in the previous section of this legal notice. In the case of certain contents however, the Owner may explicitly indicate that it is necessary to request express authorisation.
The Owner reserves the right to initiate the appropriate actions, procedures and preventive measures under intellectual property legislation in relation to the commission by users of infringements of copyright regulations.
Protection of data of a personal nature
A) Data collected through forms
If you provide personal information through this online site, the processing of that data which may result is subject to the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data (LOPD), as well as other applicable legislation.
The Owner only processes data pertaining to users of its online site which is adequate, necessary and not excessive for the purposes of properly attending to such users in relation to the exercise of its functions and in line with that provided in the data quality principle (article 4 of the LOPD).
Should you wish to exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and objection (ARCO rights) in relation to your personal data processed by the Authority, under the terms and conditions provided in Title III of the LOPD you may contact:
In accordance with that provided in article 24 of the Regulation of the LOPD (RLOPD), you may also formulate your request for access, rectification, cancellation or objection using other means, providing these enable reliable acknowledgement of the sending and receipt of such request, and that such application contains the elements specified in article 25.1 of the RLOPD.
B) Browsing data
The browsing data and software necessary for operation of the website employ standard methods to acquire certain transmission details which are implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. This category of data includes the IP address or domain name of the computer used by the user to access the website, the URL of the resource requested, the time, the method used to consult the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code that indicates the state of the server response and other parameters related to the operating system of the user’s computer environment.
This information is not associated with specific users and is employed with the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical data on use of the Authority’s website.
Responsibility with regard to contents
The Owner is not responsible for the information or contents of other websites to which it may refer or with which this site has links.