1. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
Responsible: Cristina Campabadal (hereinafter, “CC”)
Data protection email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. For what purpose do we process your personal data?
Through this website, we only process the information you provide us with the following processing purposes:
PURPOSES OF THE TREATMENT
Manage your candidacy as a potential worker or collaborator through the “Contact” form / Send you commercial communications about products or services of CC providers. To these effects. We will deal with: (i) Name, (ii) Surname, (iii) E-mail, (iv) Telephone, (v) Training and professional development [Message, experience, desired position, Curriculum Vitae.
* In case of providing data from third parties, the user agrees to previously obtain the express consent of the interested party.
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3. What is the legitimacy for the processing of your data?
The legitimation bases for the processing of your data according to the identified purposes are:
Art. 6.1.a) RGPD: consent of the interested party / Art. 6.1.a) RGPD: consent of the interested party.
Art. 6.1.a) RGPD: consent of the interested party.
The data that we request are adequate, pertinent and strictly necessary and in no case are you obliged to provide them to us, but your failure to communicate them may affect the purpose of the treatment or the impossibility of managing your interests.
4. How long will we keep your personal data?
We will keep the data for a maximum period of one year, in case you do not become part of the CC team as a worker or collaborator.
During the expiration of cookies, in accordance with the Cookies Policy.
5. To which recipients will your data be communicated?
CC will not communicate your data to any third party, unless you give your express consent or in compliance with a legal obligation.
6. What are your rights when you provide us with your data?
The data protection rights held by the interested parties are:
Right of access: obtain information on whether your data is being processed, the purpose of the treatment, the origin of the data and transfers made or planned.
Right of rectification: request that those of your data that turn out to be inaccurate or incomplete be modified.
Right of erasure: request that personal data be deleted or erased when they are no longer necessary, when consent is withdrawn, they have been unlawfully processed, etc.
In that case, it should be possible to lock the data and subsequently remove any copies, links and replicas of the data. All this, provided that a legal obligation does not prevent it, or is necessary for the exercise or defense of claims.
Right of opposition: request that a certain processing of personal data not be carried out.
Right to request the limitation of your treatment: request that your personal data not be applied to the treatment operations that in each case would correspond.
Right to data portability: request that your data be provided to another entity, or to yourself, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. This request can only be made on data whose treatment is based on consent or a contract, and provided that the treatment is carried out by automated means.
Right not to be subject to automated decisions: request not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, that produces legal effects or significantly affects you in a similar way (in principle, it will not apply to processing of CC).
The owners of the personal data obtained may exercise their rights by directing a written communication to the registered office of CC or to the email enabled for this purpose, email@example.com
Models, forms and more information available on your rights on the website of the national control authority, Spanish Agency for Data Protection, hereinafter, AEPD, www.aepd.es.
7. Can I withdraw consent?
You have the possibility and the right to withdraw consent for any specific purpose granted at the time, without affecting the legality of the treatment based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.
8. Where can I complain if I consider that my data is not being processed correctly?
If any interested party considers that their data is not treated correctly by CC, they can direct their claims to the Data Protection Delegate (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to the corresponding data protection authority, the AEPD being the one indicated in the national territory, www.aepd.es.
9. Security and updating of your personal data
In order to safeguard the security of your personal data, we inform you that CC has adopted all the technical and organizational measures necessary to guarantee the security of the personal data provided. All this to avoid its alteration, loss, and / or unauthorized treatment or access, as required by the regulations, although absolute security does not exist.
It is important that, in order for us to keep your personal data up to date, you inform us whenever there is a change in it.
CC informs you that your data will be treated with the utmost care and confidentiality by all personnel involved in any of the treatment phases. We remind you that we will not transfer or communicate your data to any third party, except in the cases provided by law, or unless the interested party has expressly authorized us.