Responsible for personal data processing
The person responsible for the processing of personal data that the User provides through the Website is Pulchra Innovación, S.L., with registered office for these purposes at Calle de Velázquez 35, 3ª Planta Derecha, 28001 Madrid. The user can contact the following email address: email@example.com.
The personal data that we collect and process from Users on the Website are the following:
IP address, Cookies and similar technologies. The IP address is a code that identifies the User’s internet connection at a specific time, and Cookies are files that are downloaded to the User’s browser and that can be read later by the website.
However, it is not possible to find out the identity of the User with these data, unless he provides additional information through other means. You can consult more information in our Cookies Policy.
Access to content or services for which data are requested.
Without prejudice to the above, to access certain information or to use certain content or services on the Web, PULCHRA may require that Users provide certain personal data primarily their given name, surnames, email address, company name, professional occupation and professional contact, in order to access certain information or use certain Website content or services. In these cases, PULCHRA will provide Users with the necessary information before processing their data.
Purposes of processing
The personal data of the Users will be collected and processed in order to manage the relationship with PULCHRA, their registration to events and / or newsletters reception. To improve the Website, its management and its security, and when permitted under applicable law, inform Users regarding legal current affairs via publications, seminars and other initiatives promoted by PULCHRA. Likewise, your personal data will be collected and processed to manage the requests for information, content or services, that Users expressly make or to which they consent.
Legal basis and retention
The legal basis upon which PULCHRA is permitted to process the data of Users are:
-Users voluntarily accessing and browsing the Website.
-Users requesting information or certain content or services.
-PULCHRA´s legitimate interest in improving the Website and its security, and in conducting analyses and studies regarding the operation and use of the Website.
-PULCHRA sending information and news on legal current affairs to Users who have given their consent to the same or when it is in PULCHRA´s legitimate interest to do so.
Data will be retained for as long as there are contractual obligations deriving from services or content requested by Users and subsequently until the expiration of legal, contractual or professional responsibilities that require they be stored.
In the case of data that are processed in order to send information regarding legal current affairs, they may be stored as long as Users do not object to receiving information by any of the means at your disposal.
Data will not be disclosed to third parties except, when it is strictly necessary to manage and maintain the relationship with PULCHRA or with prior authorization from you. Only those third parties with whom PULCHRA is contractually or legally obliged to provide them will have access to personal data.
PULCHRA and its offices across the world form an international firm with international activities that may entail international data transfers, some of which may be to countries that do not afford a level of data protection equivalent to that within the EU. When any of our services or IT systems providers are located outside of the EU, PULCHRA adopts all the necessary safeguards in accordance with the law to ensure proper data management.
Rights of Users
Users may exercise their right of access, rights to rectification, erasure, object, restriction of processing and data portability, when applicable, with respect to the processing for which PULCHRA is the controller, by sending a written request to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org, providing evidence of their identity. They may also contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos), or competent data protection authority.