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Privacy policy


1.- CONTROLLER.

1.1.- Who is responsible for processing your data?

Identity: Dynamobel, S.A. (en adelante, el Responsable).
Postal address: Ctra. Madrid km 24, C.P 31350 Peralta (Navarra),
Telephone number: 948 750 000
Email: info@dynamobel.com

2.- PURPOSE.

2.1.- What is the controller going to use my data for?

The data you provide may be used by the controller for one or more of the purposes indicated. How they are used depends on such factors as your relationship with us (e.g., job applicant, etc.) and how your data are sent (e.g. contact form, newsletter subscription, etc.). Below is a description of the data processing referred to in this privacy policy, without prejudice to the existence of other possible processing operations, regarding which you will be informed or the appropriate authorisation sought:

Requests for information

When you contact us, for example, using the contact form on the website, by telephone, fax, e-mail, text message, social networks or in person, to ask for information, consult us about something or make a suggestion, complaint or claim, we will process your data in order to respond to the request for information and/or consultation made, applying the management approach and scope that the situation requires. This may include the use of the data received in order to prepare proposals regarding services and/or collaboration if the request so requires.

Newsletters

If you contact us to register for our newsletter and/or periodic information service using, for example, the relevant form on our website or sending a request by email, we will process your data in order to manage the request and send the newsletter and commercial communications related to our business, products and services, including by e-mail. You may withdraw your consent at any time and cease the processing described.

HR: job offers

The controller holds job candidates’ applications on file for future vacancies if the applicant so wishes. If you ask to be considered for future vacancies by, for example, requesting so on the form on the website, your data will be processed so that it is retained on file to cover possible future vacancies, placements or internships in and/or collaborations with the company, which implies the evaluation of your application according to the characteristics of the profile or post which may arise and contacting you in order to manage and process the selection procedure. If a selection process commences as a result of the above, the data supplied may be processed to prepare a job contract.

Cookies

If you accept cookies when you access this website, the website’s cookie policy will apply. We recommend you read this policy to inform yourself regarding, among other things, the cookies used, the purposes they serve and the settings options you can choose on the device you use to view the site in order, for example, to delete the cookies sent.

2.2.- How long will you keep my data

The retention periods for the data you provide us with are inseparably related to the processing in question.

  • In general, your data will be processed while the existing legal relationship is maintained and objection to processing is not expressed.
  • When the period indicated above comes to an end, we will retain your data, on the one hand, for as long as the law requires and, on the other, until any possible legal actions are barred by the statute of limitations. These periods may depend on, among other factors, the law applicable to the relationship between the parties.

So, in order to calculate the retention period, take as a basis the period indicated in 2.2.2 for the specific form of processing and add any period which may affect processing in terms of the applicability of legislation and the statute of limitations.

2.2.1.- Periods according to processing:

Processing related to Requests for information. We will process your data during the time required to deal with and manage your request for information.

Processing related to newsletters: While you remain a customer and have not objected to processing or, if you have expressly requested receipt of the newsletter, while you wish to continue receiving it and do not object.

Processing related to HR management: job applicants on file and selection processes.

  • Job applicants on file: we will keep your CV for two years before erasing it, unless we ask for authorisation to keep it for a longer period of time before this period elapses and you give your consent.
  • Cookies: depends on the type of cookie, as specified in the relevant policy.

2.2.2.- Periods imposed by legislation and statute of limitations:

  • Civil Code (article 1964): 5 years.
  • Act 28 of Act 1/1973, of 1 March, 3 or 10 years in general. Act 39 of Act 1/1973, of 1 March, together with the period of 30 years that it contains, may also apply to the relationship between the parties.
  • Commercial Code: Obligatory retention of documentation for 6 years according to article 30.

3.- LEGITIMACY OF PROCESSING.

3.1.- Why can the controller process my data? Why is it legitimate?

The legal basis for processing depends on the relationship established and, therefore, the purpose of the processing. Here are some of the different situations which may arise and the legal bases applicable according to the processing:

DEALING WITH REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION

Responding to requests for information: In this case processing is legitimate due to the consent given on sending your request for information and/or assistance.

SIGNING UP FOR NEWSLETTERS

Newsletters and commercial communications: We will only send you commercial communications if you have expressly given your consent to receive them. Failure to give your consent for the processing of your data in order to send you commercial communications shall on no account affect the response to your enquiry or request, or the assistance you receive.

HR | JOB CANDIDATES

Your CV will be held on file and we will process your application on the basis of the consent given when you provided the information. You may withdraw your consent at any time, but the withdrawal of consent will mean that you will no longer be included in selection processes and your application will be removed from our files.

COOKIES

Processing is legitimate thanks to the consent given when you accessed our website.

3.2.- Consequences of withdrawing consent or objecting to the processing of your data. Required and optional fields.

If at any time authorisation is requested to process your data for a purpose which requires consent, your failure to give it (or possible withdrawal of such consent at a later date) will on no account affect you in any way. Likewise, objecting to the processing of your data for reasons of legitimate interest, such as the use of your data as a customer to send commercial communications, will not affect you in any way.

On some data collection forms, certain fields are clearly marked as required (with an asterisk), while other are totally optional. Not filling in optional fields entails no consequences and you are free to fill them in only if you are interested in doing so.

4.- RECIPIENTS

4.1.- Are my data going to be transferred to third parties?

In general, your data will not be transferred to any third parties without your consent unless we are legally obliged to do so. The transfer of certain data to third parties may be required by law.

4.2.- Providers of services related to the website.

Hosting: the controller’s website is hosted by the provider 1&1 INTERNET SPAIN S.L.U.

5.- RIGHTS

5.1.- What rights do I have concerning data protection? General information

You may exercise the rights of access, rectification, erasure and portability concerning the personal data collected for processing. Furthermore, you are informed that, under certain circumstances, you have the right to request the restriction of or object to the processing of your data, in which case the controller will stop processing them and will retain them only if legally obliged to do so or until any legal actions are barred by the statute of limitations.

If you would like to find out more about these rights, we recommend you continue reading or consult the infographic developed by the Spanish Data Protection Agency, which you can access here.

5.2.- What are these rights?

Right of access: This right allows the data subject to obtain from the controller confirmation of whether or not personal data concerning him/her is being processed and, if it is, gives him/her the right of access to such personal data and the following additional information: a) the purposes of the processing; b) the categories of personal data concerned; c) the recipients or categories of recipients; d) the planned period of retention or the criteria used to determine this period; e) the existence of the right to request that the controller rectify or erase personal data or limit the processing of personal data related to the data subject, or to object to such processing; f) the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority; g) the information available on the source of the data; h) the existence of automated decisions.

Right of rectification: This right entitles the data subject to impel the controller to rectify or complete inaccurate personal data without delay. It is important that the data contained in the databases are up to date and, consequently, we are at your disposal to rectify any errors or inaccuracies that may exist in them.

Right of erasure: You have the right at all times to ask us to delete your personal data. We will respond to this request without delay provided that none of the circumstances established in the General Data Protection Regulation, including provisions which oblige us to retain data in order to comply with a legal obligation or to defend ourselves against legal claims, exists.

Right of portability: In the case of automated data processing based on consent, you may ask us to transmit the personal data you have provided us with to another controller in a structured, commonly used and machine readable format.

Right of objection: This right entitles the data subject to object to the controller processing his/her data. This right is not absolute, which means that the controller may continue to process the data provided it can prove legitimate grounds which override the interests and rights of the data subject or in order to formulate, exercise and defend legal claims.

Right to restriction of processing: This right entitles the data subject to ask the controller to limit the processing of his/her personal data under certain circumstances, listed below. If this right is exercised, the controller may only process the data with the consent of the data subject. The circumstances under which this right may be exercised are as follows:

  1. the accuracy of the personal data is contested by the data subject, for a period enabling the controller to verify the accuracy of the personal data;
  2. the processing the controller is performing is unlawful and the data subject opposes the erasure of the personal data and requests the restriction of their use instead;
  3. the controller no longer needs the personal data for the purposes of the processing, but they are required by the data subject for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;
  4. the data subject has objected to processing pending verification of whether the legitimate grounds of the controller override those of the data subject.

5.3.- How and where can I exercise my rights?

We will be happy to respond to any queries or claims you may have regarding data protection. You can pursue your claim or exercise your rights through any of the channels indicated at the beginning of this data protection policy.

You may also contact the supervisory authority you consider appropriate to pursue your claim (for example, in your usual country of residence, the country in which you work or the country in which you consider that the alleged infringement has occurred). We inform you that in Spain the supervisory authority is the Spanish Data Protection Agency (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos), and that you may exercise your rights using the forms that it provides for the purpose, available at its electronic headquarters.

5.4.- How long will it take for my request to exercise my rights to be processed?

The general timeframe is one month from the date of receipt of your request. Notwithstanding the foregoing, this period may be extended for a further two months, if necessary, in consideration of the complexity and the number of applications. The controller will inform the data subject of any such extensions within one month from the date of receipt of the application, indicating the reasons for the delay.

5.5.- Will it cost me anything to exercise these rights?

The exercise of your rights will not cost you anything at all, except when your requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character; in such cases, the controller may charge a fee based on the administrative costs of responding to the request or refuse to act on the request (the fee may not imply additional income for the controller and must correspond to the true cost of responding to the request).

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