PRIVACY POLICY

Responsible Party for processing

Ramon Clemente, SA, as the responsible party  for the website, pursuant to the terms of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (GDPR) on the protection of individuals rights with regard to personal data processing, is updating its privacy policy to guarantee and protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data entered. The contact for the responsible party is through the email rclemente@rclemente.net.

This website and all its contents, including the texts, images, sound and any other materials, are property of Ramon Clemente, SA. The contents manager is WordPress and the topic is selected on Themeforest, consists of two parts: PHP and HTML code, integrated under the general public license (GLP, GNU General Public License), and the other sections by a purchase and usage agreement with Envato.

Purpose and legitimisation of processing

The purpose of processing these data is the management of mailing of technological, social and environmental information related to the company.

  • To establish personal and private contact by email, if the user thus wishes.
  • To answer queries and/or provide information required by the user.
  • To send new communications if the user has given express consent by subscribing to the newsletter.
  • The legitimisation of processing these data is the user’s express and explicit consent.

Keeping the data

Your data will be kept as long as they are needed to provide the requested services and, after this provision has finished, they will be kept for the legally required periods of time for possible responsibilities stemming from the service provided. Concretely, and with regard to the mailing of commercial communications by email, they will be kept indefinitely as long as you do not request otherwise. If your data have been collected for different purposes that oblige us to keep them for different periods of time, we will apply the longer period of time.

Rights

You can revoke your consent at any time by sending us an email at rclemente@rclemente.net with ‘Cancel’ in the subject line.

You can also send us an email to access your data, rectify them, suppress them, request their portability, object to their processing and to request their limitation, at the same email address, entering ‘Data Protection’ in the subject line and attaching a copy of your ID.

Which personal data we collect and why / Form to subscribe to the newsletter

Via the subscription form we obtain the minimum and essential information for our mailing list to send you the contents with the previously mentioned conditions. You will provide these data on this form: email, name and surnames.

We keep the subscription forms for a specific period of time with the purpose of providing the best service possible to users, although without using the information for advertising purposes. If the user requests cancellation, his or her data will be deleted from the company email list.

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We will not process your personal data for any other purpose than that which is described above, and they will not be communicated to third parties, except due to legal obligation, legal requirement or when it is necessary to provide our services.

Analytics and mailing systems

The website rclemente.net is linked to a Google Analitycs account and this is its Google Analytics privacy policy.

To send the newsletter we use the software Mailchimp and here is the MailChimp privacy policy.

The website rclemente.net, to display contents in different languages, uses the WordPress plugin WPGlobus, and here is its privacy policy.

Ramon Clemente, SA reserves the right to modify the present Privacy Policy to adapt it to new legislative and/or jurisprudential requirements.

How we use cookies

A cookie is a small file that asks permission to be placed on the hard drive of your computer. After you have agreed, the file is added and the cookie helps to analyse web traffic and lets us know which particular sites you visit. Cookies let the website replay to you as an individual, as well as adapting its operations to your needs and wishes, and remember information on your preferences.

We use cookies to log traffic to identify which pages you are using. This helps us to analyse data on traffic on the website and to improve our website in order to adapt it to clients’ needs. We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes. Then the data are deleted from the system.

In general, cookies help us to offer you a better website, helping us to determine which pages you find useful. A cookie never provides access to your computer or to any of your personal information, except for those data you decide to share with us. You can decide whether to accept or refuse cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, although you can change the browser settings to reject cookies if you prefer.

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