The entity in charge of processing your personal data is POWERTIS S.A. with Spain’s tax ID Number A88203435 and registered address at C/ Principe de Vergara 43 – 6ª Planta, 28001, Madrid, and email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA, PURPOSE FOR WHICH DATA IS PROCESSED AND CONSENT FOR DATA TRANSFER.
On the WEB, an adequate protection level is guaranteed, implementing technical and organizational measures that ensure security and are legally necessary to prevent the data collected here from being lost, damaged or accessed by non-authorized third parties. To that end, we implement security measures designed to protect your data (e.g. HTTPS). We monitor our systems periodically to detect potential vulnerabilities and attacks. However, we cannot fully guarantee the security of the information you submit. There is no guarantee that data cannot be accessed, disseminated, altered or destroyed in case any of our physical, technical or managerial security barriers is penetrated.
The legal foundation for processing your personal data is based on your consent, in accordance with article 6.1.a of Regulation (EU) 679/2016 or for execution of a contractual relationship binding the user to the WEB, in line with article 6.1.b (for example, when registering as a user). However, users need to know they have the right to withdraw their consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of consent-based data processing prior to its withdrawal. The WEB does not transfer data to third parties and does not engage in international transfers unless they are authorized by Spain’s Data Protection Agency or expressly allowed by the user. Therefore, any data transfer operation will be carried out within the protection framework established by Spain’s Data Protection Agency, or whenever authorized expressly by the user, only to countries with a guaranteed level of security and confidentiality.
DATA COLLECTION AND DURATION OF STORAGE
Data collection on the WEB will be ensured by means of a:
- “Contact” form
Data transferred by users will be stored in this WEB over a period of time that may vary depending on the user. By default, personal data is stored:
- During the selection process in which candidates participate, although we could keep their personal details for future selection processes.
- Until users exercise their right to data removal.
However, we could keep your personal data even after the account is closed when it is reasonably necessary to comply with legal requirements (including requests from police forces, the IRS or SEPBLAC), meet regulatory requirements, maintain security, prevent fraud and abuse, apply our Conditions of Use or comply with your request to unsubscribe from the Powertis message list.
Any loss or damage to the WEB or to the party in charge of the WEB or to any third party as a result of sharing erroneous, inaccurate or incomplete information on the registration forms, will be the sole responsibility of the User.
PURPOSE OF THE TREATMENT
|WHERE IS DATA COLLECTED?||PURPOSE||LEGITIMACY||STORAGE|
|Contact Form||Powertis will collect your data to be able to address your inquiries. Additionally, Powertis can send you information on the company’s activities and events within the framework of a relationship between both parties that can justify the existence of a legitimate interest.||We believe we have a legitimate interest to address the requests or inquiries your send us by means of the different contact options available.
|We will process your data for as long as needed to address your inquiry.|
CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL DATA RECIPIENTS
All features offered by third parties are strictly necessary for development of services on this WEB and have been selected based on their compliance with applicable regulations.
We work closely with third parties which could be recipients of your personal data, for example:
- our business partners who are social media platforms and could provide you with related services (e.g. connecting your profile information from their social media platforms to our platform. An example of this is Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter).
- our web platform or hosting server.
- our business partners, who could advertise their services on our WEB (you may decide to unsubscribe from their services).
- our business partners, who could advertise our services on their websites.
EXERCISE OF DATA SUBJECT RIGHTS
Once you have provided your personal data as a WEB user, existing regulations allow you as data subject to:
- Request access to your personal data.
- Request rectification or suppression of your personal data.
- Request limitation in the processing of your personal data.
- Oppose the processing of your personal data.
- Request the portability of your personal data.
To exercise any of the abovementioned rights, users have to send a request together with a copy of their ID, passport or other valid document identifying the User. With that aim, Users should send their request to the following address: C/ Principe de Vergara 43 – 6ª Planta, 28001, Madrid (Spain), or to the email address: email@example.com. The request should include the full name of the User, a photocopy of his/her ID, passport or other valid document identifying the User and, when applicable, of his/her representative, as well as a description of the specific request, the address where notifications will be sent, data and signature of the requester. Exercising these rights is cost-free for Users, unless applications are manifestly unfounded or excessive due to their repetitive nature. In such cases, the party in charge of processing the information could charge a reasonable fee due to administrative costs or refuse to accept the application.
COMPLAINTS AND EXERCISE OF RIGHTS
If Data subjects think there is an issue with the way we are processing their personal data, they may submit their complaint to Data Protection Authorities, requesting the so-called “protection of rights”.
Such communication channel can be used via the following link of Spain’s Data Protection Agency (Spanish acronym: AEPD):
MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS AND PROMOTIONS.
In accordance with Spain’s Law 34/2002, date July 11, on information society and e-commerce services (hereafter LISS), the WEB does not engage in SPAM activities, meaning it does not send business mails electronically unless they have been previously requested or authorized by the User.
In line with LISS provisions, the WEB commits not to send business-related communications unless they are properly tagged.
Generally speaking, the WEB will not knowingly process personal information of minors under 14.
If during implementation of control activities the WEB found out that information was inadvertently gathered from minors under 14, measures will be implemented to ensure that, as the service provider and party responsible to process the information, necessary actions are implemented to delete such information promptly, with the exception of situations in which due to legal requirements such information needs to be kept.
In accordance with European Data Protection Regulation provisions, individuals older than 14 years of age are legitimized to consent, with the exception of cases in which the law requires parental authority or legal guardianship support before services can be offered.
ACCEPTANCE AND CONSENT