1.– In accordance with the organic law 15/1999 of 13th December, Personal Data Protection, NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L. informs all users of this website that there exists an automated file of personal data, created by said company, titled NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L, and administrated under its exclusive responsibility, whose objective is the correct transmission of information bulletins, newsletters and the maintenance and administering of commercial relations between NOTES FROM SPAIN S.L. and its customers and users, also the correct invoicing of products and/or services marketed through this website in accordance with the applicable law, and the correct consignment or despatching of the order made in each case.
As such, NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L. guarantees all its users both the security and confidentiality of all personal data supplied to us, and only to use said personal data in accordance with the purpose for which it was collected.
The private file of personal data previously referred to owned by NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L. can be found recorded in the Data Protection Agency General Register under the title "FICHERO DE CLIENTES" (CLIENT FILE) and under inscription code number 2080422554.
2.– The customer or user who wants to exercise rights of access, rectification, opposition and/or cancellation, can realise them, freely and always when appropriate accessing his/her user account in the case of the on-line shop, through a link offered in each of the newsletters, or sending an application to the effect, to the e-mail address email@example.com or to NOTES FROM SPAIN S.L., C/ Gral. Alvarez de Castro 41, 1º – 28010 Madrid – SPAIN; attaching with the application a photocopy of his/her National Identity Number or Passport or alternative official documentation accrediting his/her identity.
3.– NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L. guarantees the client or user total fulfilment of the obligation of safekeeping, nondisclosure and confidentiality of all personal details which the client or user provides to NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L., both during the relationship of contract and after it; adopting each and every one of the security measures established in the legislation in force, in order to avoid loss of these, changes to these and unauthorised access or changes by third parties.
4.– It is obligatory to provide a name and email address in the data collection forms in order to receive the newsletter, or to leave a comment in the blog.
The fields marked with an asterisk are obligatory in order to create an on-line store account, as they are necessary for the formalisation of a purchase agreement, the corresponding receipt or invoice, as well as being required for the correct execution of the features of the service or the despatching of products by NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L., and include: first name, surname, email address and country of residence of the customer or user. In the case of failure to supply the data specified as obligatory or the reluctance of the customer or user to provide this data, NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L. will be unable to provide the services offered as stipulated by the Spanish legislation and nor will it be able to invoice them. Consequently it is understood that the client or user does not intend to finalise and proceed with the contract.
5.- The user commits him/herself to updating personal data supplied to NOTES FROM SPAIN, S.L., and immediately communicating any sudden changes.
6.– The current website collects statistical information for every user who accesses it, through the storing of a cookie or small quantity of information on the visitor’s hard drive; but, this cookie is absolutely anonymous, has a limited duration, cannot extract information from the hard drive of the user, and the information which it stores in the user’s computer will be automatically disassociated from the user from the first moment, and for that reason it cannot identify personally in any way the user referred to.
The information attained through cookies is used to acquire knowledge about visitors’ navigation of the present website with the objective of improving the system and increasing its effectiveness. When the user reconnects to the webpage, the server will recognise the anonymous information stored in the cookie. This information consists of: a) the date and time of the last connection to the website; and b) security elements which help to control access to restricted areas.
Without risk of damages, the user has the option of deactivating the cookies and preventing them from being generated, by modifying the configuration parameters of their navigation program, and selecting said option; this will not impede the correct viewing of all the pages on the website and will not interfere with the browsing experience.