In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (RGPD) we inform you that the person responsible for processing the personal data you provide through our website or by email is ATRESHOST: Ioritz Pernas Jimenez with NIF 45628558P – C/ Lehendakari Aguirre 3, Planta 6, Mano A, 48970, Basauri (Bizkaia).
The Responsible has contracted an SSL certificate (“Secure Sockets Layer”) for its website. An SSL certificate can protect all personal and confidential information that can be handled on a website, regardless of the information that is being transmitted, such as, for example, from any of the contact forms on the website to the server, or data entered for the subscription of newsletters or access to protected areas, and so on. The website address will appear in green, activating the “https” protocol that allows secure connections from a web server to the user’s browser.
The purpose and characteristics of the treatment will be according to the situation under which the personal data have been provided to ATRESHOST, and will have the particularities that are detailed in the following cases:
- In the event that you have provided your contact details to request information or make a request to ATRESHOST, your personal details will be used to deal with your request, including the sending of service proposals if you have requested it and subsequent commercial follow-up. The data will not be provided to third parties unless it is necessary to meet the request, request on your part or legal justification, and once used may be retained during the general period established for the prescription of personal actions in civil law.
- In the event that you have contracted services, the contractual conditions that have been accepted by you in the contracting process, and which are specific to the processing of data for the management and provision of services, will apply..
- In the event that, in the contracting process or through your Customer control panel, you have expressly consented to the sending of commercial communications, these will be carried out even by electronic means, until you express your wish not to continue receiving them through the mechanism indicated for this purpose in each communication. After confirmation of your wish not to continue receiving commercial communications, your e-mail address will be removed from the distribution list within a maximum period of 1 month. Your email address and your name may be provided to other companies strictly for the sending of commercial communications managed by ATRESHOST, not being provided to other third parties except for legal justification, and once used may be kept during the general period established for the prescription of personal actions in civil law.
- If you have requested a subscription to the newsletter, it will be sent to your email address until you express your wish to no longer receive it through the mechanism indicated for this purpose in each communication. Once you have confirmed that you no longer wish to receive the newsletters, your e-mail address will be removed from the mailing list within a maximum period of 1 month. Your email address may be provided to other companies strictly for the purpose of sending the newsletters managed by ATRESHOST, not being provided to other third parties except for legal justification, and once used may be kept during the general period established for the prescription of personal actions in civil law.
Any other type of treatment not included in the cases described above, will be carried out by ATRESHOST providing the interested party with the information applicable to the specific case in accordance with current legislation.
You can exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, limitation of treatment and, where appropriate, portability, by sending a written request to the above address or email firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the right you wish to exercise and providing a copy on both sides of your ID or legal identification document.
Additionally, we inform you that the current legislation contemplates your right to present a claim before a control authority.