Who is responsible for processing your data?
NAME: DIGITALONMILLS, S.L.
TAX ID NO.: B-95765376
REGISTERED ADDRESS: C/ ALDEKONZARRE, 6, DERIO – 48160 (BIZKAIA)
For what purpose do we process your personal data?
Our company processes the information provided by interested individuals for the purpose of:
a) executing the pre-contract or contract when purchasing one of our products or services.
b) answering your queries if you have contacted us via e-mail or using the web form.
How long will we keep your data?
a) If we have a contractual or pre-contractual relationship, we will keep them for the periods stipulated by current legislation for the purposes of possible claims or compliance with an established legal obligation. If you ask us to delete them, we may keep them blocked for this reason.
b) If you have contacted us via the contact form or directly by e-mail and we do not have a contractual or pre-contractual relationship with you, we will keep your data for the time strictly necessary to respond to your request.
What are the legal grounds for processing your data?
The legal grounds for processing your data are:
a) if we have a contract and for everything related to it and executing it.
b) to respond to any e-mails you may send us directly or via the web form, we rely on your consent based on the contractual or pre-contractual relationship we have established.
To whom may we communicate your data?
The company will not pass your data on, unless legally obliged to do so. However, you should be aware that we work with companies that carry out certain processing operations and, as such, they will have access to certain data. For example, if you have contracted a service or purchased a product from us, some of your data may be passed on to our tax and accounting consultants and to banks for the purpose of collection management.
We also work with a company that provides web hosting and e-mail hosting. We have chosen a Spanish company for this purpose, thus ensuring that your data is protected by Spanish and European regulations.
We work with Google for web analytics (Google Analytics), a company based in the USA. According to current regulations, companies based in the USA cannot guarantee the privacy of the personal data of European citizens, as they are obliged to transfer this data for national security reasons.
Therefore, we will request your prior and express consent for these data processing operations.
We have a confidentiality contract with our partner network in charge of processing, which undertakes to guarantee the security of your data and to comply with the legislation in force in this area.
What are your rights when you provide us your data?
Anyone has the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not we are processing data relating to them.
The persons concerned have the right to access their personal data and to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where necessary, to request its deletion when the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected, among other reasons.
In certain circumstances, persons concerned can request us to limit the processing of your personal data, in which case we will only retain them for asserting or defending claims.
In certain circumstances and on grounds relating to their particular situation, persons concerned may object to the processing of their data. In this case, we shall stop processing their data, except for compelling legitimate reasons, or for asserting or defending possible claims.
You can exercise the right to the portability of your data, transferring the processed data by automated means to another data controller, if you request it.
In the event that consent has been given for a specific purpose, you may withdraw your consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on consent prior to withdrawal.
You can materially exercise these rights by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating which right you would like to exercise and we shall send you a form to exercise it.
You also have the right to file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency, especially if you have not been satisfied in exercising your rights. To do so, you must access the www.agpd.es website and follow the instructions provided.