1.1 Intellectual Property
This web page and its contents belong to Fesia Technology SL
- Address: Pº Mikeletegi 58, 20009 Donostia / San Sebastián, Gipuzkoa
- CIF: B75164947
- Registered in the Mercantile Register of San Sebastián
Unless this is specified to the contrary, no one is authorized to use, sell, license, copy or reproduce the said page or its contents, either totally or partially, without the prior consent in writing of Fesia Technology SL.
If you need to contact us to clear up any doubts or make an enquiry or suggestion, you can do so at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 943 569 293.
To correctly use our website, we recommend that you carefully read our Legal Notice and all the other Fesia Technology SL policies as website users implicitly accept these conditions, as well as to be subject at all times to the current Spanish legislation regulating data protection, expressly renouncing any other jurisdiction.
1.2 Legal Notice
The information contained in this web site, including any financial information, is of a merely informative nature. Accessing the Fesia Technology SL web site, and making use of any of the information contained therein is the sole responsibility of whoever does so. Fesia Technology SL will not be responsible for any consequence or damages that could result from the said accessing or use of the information.
Fesia Technology SL neither commits itself nor accepts any responsibility in this respect to maintaining or updating its details or to publishing any corrections with respect to any error or omission in the information contained on this page. Likewise, Fesia Technology SL reserves the right to add, modify or delete, at any moment, the information contained therein.
Fesia Technology SL does not accept responsibility for the information contained on pages belonging to third parties and which can be accessed via this web page.
2.1 Detailed Information About Data Protection
DATA CONTROLLER (the responsible for processing your data)
Designation: Fesia Technology SL
Address: Pº Mikeletegi, 58
20009 Donostia / San Sebastián (Gipuzkoa)
Tel.: 943 569 293
TAX ID No.: B75164947
2.2 Purpose of Data Processing
At Fesia Technology SL. we process the information that people interested in our products provide us with in order to offer them products and services according to their interests. The data obtained shall be stored for the time required to respond to their requests.
Also, if you wish to send us your CV or contact us regarding possible selection processes, we shall process your data to manage the information you provide us with and assess your suitability for possible vacancies in our company, and to keep you informed about the process.
2.3 Data Storage
The data shall be stored until you exercise your right to cancel them. Interested persons may be periodically asked if they are stilled interested in receiving information about Fesia Technology in order to keep the contact database updated.
2.4 Permission to Process your Data
The legal basis for the processing of your data is your consent, which you have given by ticking the relevant box on our website.
2.5 Collecting the Data
The data for this processing is data that the interested persons themselves have provided, and that we have been authorized for use on an informed basis.
The data processed are classed as basic data, the following are necessary for contact: Identification and email address.
2.6 Data Transfer to Third Parties
We will not transfer your data to third party companies unless legally obligated to do so. In the event that we intend to do so, we would first collect authorization from the affected persons.
Everyone has the right to know whether Fesia Technology SL is processing their personal data or not.
You have the right to access your personal data, which implies knowing which elements of your data being used, the purpose and the period of use, among other information. This also includes the right to request the rectification of data that are inaccurate or incomplete and even to request that the data be cancelled when they are no longer necessary for the purpose for which they were collected.
If your personal data were made public and the data controller is obliged to delete them, you can request that the data controller adopt measures to notify all persons authorized to process the data of your intention to delete the said data (the right to be forgotten).
In some cases, the interested person may request that processing is restricted. In this case, the data may be stored to exercise their defense or to make claims. If the limitation of processing is withdrawn, the interested person should be informed of this.
In some situations, you may oppose to the processing of your data. In these cases, Fesia Technology SL shall stop processing your data, provided that there are no other compelling legitimate grounds or if these data will be used to exercise or defend possible claims.
You have the right to receive the data provided to the data controller to whom they correspond or to have these data transferred to another data controller.
The interested persons have the right to file a claim before the control authority.
In some circumstances the compliance of these rights by the data controller may be subject to other laws in force that affect how the rights will be applied.
For this reason, we hereby ask that you give us your express consent by accepting the processing of your data in accordance with the new regulation.
Hereby, the user gives Fesia Technology SL the permission to publish any photography taken during the events that Fesia Technology SL could organize and where the user is present. These images could be broadcasted in Fesia Technology’s different digital channels but always with informative aims, never for commercial purposes.
Fesia Technology SL is not responsible for the privacy and information protection policies pertaining to the information of third parties that can be accessed from this web site.
Fesia Technology SL accept no responsibility for the opinions dumped onto their blogs and social networks.
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