Last update: 19/06/2020
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TREATMENT?
- Responsible Identity. GRUPO VALENCIANA DE ALUMINIO BAUX SL (B98690670)
- Address. C/CHARLES ROBERT DARWIN 9 – PARQUE TECNOLOGICO DE PATERNA. 46980, PATERNA (VALENCIA)
- email. email@example.com
- Phone. 963463625
WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE PROCESS?
In the framework of the different treatments of activities carried out in the organization, the following types are collected:
- Identity data
- Academic data
- Commercial Information
- Employment Information
- Personal characteristics
FOR WHAT PURPOSE AND SPECIFIC CASES WITH WHICH WE COLLECT PERSONAL DATA?
In www.baux.es personal data is processed for the following purposes:
- Contact: respond to requests for information received about the products and services offered, as well as respond to any other type of question sent by users.
- Candidates: Carry out internal personnel selection processes, both current and future.
With the personal data collected, no profiles will be created and no automated decisions will be made.
WHAT IS THE LEGITIMATION FOR DATA PROCESSING?
In the organization, personal information can be processed to:
For the response to requests, the interested party must provide the minimum information requested. In case of contract, they cannot be attended.
HOW LONG DO WE PROCESS PERSONAL DATA?
In www.baux.es personal data is processed during the following periods:
- Period established by law.
- Period neccessary to fulfill operational obligations.
The data will be kept for the time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected and to determine the possible responsibilities that may arise from said purpose and the treatment of the data, in accordance with the regulations set forth above, in addition to the periods established in the regulations on files and documentation that are applicable.
WITH WHOM DO WE SHARE PERSONAL DATA?
To fulfill the purposes described above, personal data may be shared with:
- Service providers who performs servicies on our behalf.
- Companies of Grupo Baux
No international transfers are made outside the European Economic Area
WHAT RIGHTS CAN YOU EXERCISE?
According to European regulations, the rights that assist you are the following:· Access, right to request information from the person responsible for a file on whether your personal data is being processed.· Rectification, a right that allows the affected person to request the modification of data that is inaccurate or incomplete.· Opposition, right of a person to oppose the treatment of their personal data or the cessation of these.· Automated individual decisions, the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, that produces legal effects on it or significantly affects it in a similar way· Limitation, right to suspend the treatment of the user’s personal data in certain cases· Deletion or Oblivion, right to deletion of the personal data of the interested party· Portability, the right to request the data controller to provide personal data in a structured and clear format to another controller. The maximum term for the resolution of the request is 30 days from its reception, it can be extended for a maximum period of 2 months whenever necessary.The applicant can exercise his rights through the following means:· Email to firstname.lastname@example.org, providing documentation that proves the identity of the applicant· Postal mail to the address specified in the contact details, providing documentation proving the identity of the applicant· In any case, you can request the protection of the Spanish Agency for Data Protection through its website
Treatment of personal data
www.baux.es (hereinafter, the Website) belongs to Grupo Valenciana de Aluminio Baux, S.L.U. (hereinafter, the Owner) with registered office at Parque Tecnológico C/ Charles Robert Darwin 9 • 46980 Paterna (Valencia), tax identification number B98690670, telephone number (+34) 963 463 62 and e-mail address email@example.com.
In keeping with the provisions of European’s Data Protection Act (UE 2016/679, of 27 April 2016) (the Act), you are hereby informed that the personal data and information you provide to us when filling out any form available on the Website will be added to a file containing personal data that belongs to the Owner.
The data so obtained will be used for the following purposes: establishing a relationship with registered Website users with the aim of maintaining and managing business contacts, as well as the performance of statistical and segmentation analysis. The user expressly consents to the communication or transfer of his or her personal data to the suppliers intervening in the provision of our services, such as hosting or messaging service providers, exclusively for the purpose of the correct provision of the requested services.
Registered users may receive automatic marketing publications and messages from the Website if the user expressly consents to doing so. Users may unsubscribe from these periodic marketing messages at any time by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Owner is individually liable for the file and undertakes not to use the data for any purpose other than that for which it was obtained and not to transfer the data illegitimately to third parties. Further, it commits to treat your data confidentially and employ the technical and/or organisational security measures needed to prevent unauthorised access to your data or handling thereof, in keeping with prevailing data protection regulations.
These terms and conditions are subject to modification. Seven days prior to effectiveness of any such modifications, users will be duly informed by e-mail or a notification on our Website.
Data subject rights
Users may exercise their rights as data subjects, namely the right to access, rectify, erase and contest their data, on the terms provided for in law by sending an e-mail to the following address: email@example.com , indicating their first and second names and attaching a photocopy of their personal identity cards or passports. They may also exercise these rights by writing to the above-listed registered office.
In keeping with article 22.2 of the Spanish Act on information society services and e-commerce, the Website shall only use data storage and recovery files (‘cookies’) when users have given their consent to this end, in accordance with the information provided in the browser window that pops up when accessing the Website for the first time and the other terms and conditions set out below, which all users must familiarise themselves with.
What are my options?
The following options are available:
Changing your cookie configuration: You can delete the cookies stored on your device by the Website and modify your browser configuration. However, this will not stop you from seeing the cookie notice when accessing the Website again.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a website stores on the user’s browser or device. Cookies facilitate the use of a website and related browsing experience and are essential to how the internet works, providing countless advantages in the provision of interactive services.
For example, they are used to manage user sessions (reducing the number of times a password has to be introduced) and to tailor website content to user preferences, among other features.
For more information, please visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie
The cookie usage guide provided by Spain’s Data Protection Agency distinguishes between different types of cookies.
Which types of cookies do we use?
Depending on who manages them:
First-party cookies: cookies that are sent to your browser from our computers or domains, i.e., those from which the requested service is provided.
Third-party cookies: cookies that are sent to your browser from a computer or domain that is not managed by us but rather by a partner firms such as Google Analytics.
Depending on the length of time the cookies are active:
Session cookies: cookies that are left on your browser’s cookie file until to you leave the Website such that no cookie is left on your device.
Persistent cookies: cookies that remain on your device and that our Website reads every time you revisit. These cookies expire at a specific date.
Depending on how they are used:
Technical cookies: cookies that enhance the navigation and functioning of our Website. Personalisation cookies: cookies that allow access to the service configured for certain predefined characteristics depending on a number of criteria. They are used, for example, to choose what language the Website is shown in.
Analytical cookies: cookies used to measure and analyse statistically how the service provided is being used. They are used, for example, to track who visits the Website.
The cookies we use:
Name / Expiration / Use
Sharing web content on the social media via Addtoany and performing web analytics using Google Analytics. These cookies gather information about user activity but not their personal identifications. Information regarding the origin of their visits, keywords, the browser used, etc. _ga is used to distinguish users.
Advertising analytics using Media6degrees.
The cookies gather information about users who press the social media buttons to share content from the web.
Third-party providers of services in our domain:
Addtoany. A service provided by addtonay.com and static.addtonay.com so that users can easily share information from websites on the social media. For more information, go to https://www.addtoany.com/privacy
Google Analytics. This is the website analytics software belonging to Google Inc. The cookies used gather anonymous data about user navigation on the Website with the aim of ascertaining where their visits originate, the number of times they have visited the Website, the keywords used and other statistics. For more information, go to https://www.google.com/analytics/
Media6degrees. This is a supplier of online advertising analysis. It gathers information about user activity on the Website for advertising purposes. For more information, go to https://media6degrees.com/privacy.php
Changing your cookie configuration.
You may limit, block or delete Website cookies by configuring your browser preferences. In addition, you may activate the private browsing option so that your browser no longer stores your browsing history, secret codes, cookies or other information about the pages you visit.
Cookie configuration is different on each browser. Use the help function to learn how to change your preferences on your browser. Here are the direct links to the relevant sections for the main browsers:
As a final note, please remember that blocking cookies may affect how some or all of the Website functions on your browser.
1. Website owner: identification and contact details.
www.baux.es (hereinafter, the Website) belongs to Grupo Valenciana de Aluminio Baux, S.L.U. (hereinafter, the Owner) with registered office at C/ Charles Robert Darwin 9 • 46980 Paterna (Valencia), tax identification number B98690670, telephone number (+34) 963 463 625 and e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Scope of application.
Navigation on the Owner’s Website makes you a user and implies outright acceptance of the contents of this Disclaimer.
You have to be eighteen years (18) of age to register on our Website. In the event we detect registration by a minor (under 18), that individual’s account will be automatically eliminated.
4. Intellectual and industrial property.
The contents of the Website, such as texts, images, charts and source code, are protected by intellectual and industrial property rights.
Such content may not be reproduced or processed without the prior and explicit consent of the Owner. Users may access the content and make authorised private copies so long as the items reproduced are not subsequently transferred to third parties, uploaded onto network servers or exploited in any manner.
5. Website usage rules applicable to all.
Users undertake to abide by the following rules when using the Website:
• They must not publish marketing messages on the Website.
• They must not gather content or data pertaining to other users.
• They must not introduce viruses or malware of any kind.
• They must not request user access data or access an account belonging to another user.
• They must not disturb, intimidate or harass other users.
• They must not jeopardise the security of their accounts, particularly their passwords. In fact, users must report any incident related with their passwords, accounts or data confidentiality breaches, dangers or threats detected.
The Owner is entitled to eliminate any content or suspend the service if, in its judgement, users breach any of the rules and obligations outlined in this Disclaimer.
6. Links and limitation of liability.
The creation of a hyperlink does not in any circumstance imply the existence of a relationship between the Owner and the owner of the website in which it is created, nor the acceptance or approval by the Owner of its contents or services. Anyone wishing to set up a hyperlink must request first authorisation from the Owner in writing. Regardless, the hyperlink will only permit access to the homepage of our Website. Creators of hyperlinks must abstain from making false, inaccurate or incorrect statements or representations about the Owner and from including illicit content in violation of decency and public order.
The Owner shall not be held liable for the use made by any users of the materials available on this Website or for any actions they may take on the basis thereof. The contents of the Website are generic and provided for information purposes only.
The Owner shall not be held liable for the contents or functioning of third-party websites at which users may arrive via any form of link.
The Owner accepts no liability for any damages deriving from the presence of viruses, the actions of third parties that violate property rights or the right to honour and privacy or from illicit advertising.
If any user or third party believes that illicit conduct of any kind is taking place on the Website, they must notify the Owner at the e-mail address provided elsewhere. When doing so, please identify yourself appropriately and specify the grounds for your complaint.
8. Applicable legislation, resolution of controversies and jurisdiction
Use of this Website is governed by Spanish legislation. Any controversy arising from or related to usage of the Website shall by submitted to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts and tribunals of the town of the Owner’s registered officer unless prevailing applicable legislation or the code of conduct stipulates another jurisdiction.