Your privacy is important to us.
In this privacy statement we will specify which personal data we collect from users and explain how this data is used. We recommend that you read these terms and conditions carefully before sharing your personal data via the website.
We respect and look after the personal data that users share via this website. As a user, you should rest assured that your rights are guaranteed.
We have worked hard to create a space that is secure and trustworthy. With regard to your privacy, we apply the following principles:
- We will never ask for personal information unless it is genuinely necessary in order to provide you with the services you request from us.
- We will never share our users’ personal information with anyone, except where we are required to do so by law or if you have given us express permission.
ENTRAMAT has adapted this website in accordance with the requirements of Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on the Processing of Personal Data (the LOPD) and Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December establishing the regulations for the implementation of the LOPD. It also complies with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the Protection of Natural Persons (the GDPR) and Law 34/2002 of 11 July on E-Commerce and Information Society Services (the LSSICE/LSSI).
Person responsible for processing personal data
- Name of the person responsible: Oriol Viñolas
- Company name: ENTRAMAT, S.C.C.L.
- Tax ID Code (NIF/CIF):F67085639
- Email: email@example.com
- Activity: Architecture and construction services
In accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the personal data you share with us via the online forms will be treated and processed as “website user and subscriber data”.
Pursuant to the processing of user data, we have implemented all of the security-oriented technical and organizational measures provided for in the current legislation.
The principles that apply to your personal data
The following principles, which comply with the new European regulations on data protection, will apply with regard to the processing of personal data:
- The principle of legality, fidelity and transparency: We will always request your consent to process your personal data for one or more specific purposes. You will always be informed of these purposes beforehand and they will be made completely transparent.
- The principle of data minimization: Only the data that is strictly necessary for the purposes in question will be requested.
- The principle of data storage limitation: Your data will not be stored for longer than the amount of time necessary to fulfil the purpose of processing it. You will be notified of the corresponding storage period in accordance with the purpose in question. With regard to subscriptions, we will periodically review our lists and delete the entries that have been inactive for a significant amount of time.
- The principle of integrity and confidentiality: Your data will be processed in a manner that guarantees sufficient levels of security and confidentiality. We take all the necessary precautions to prevent unauthorized access or use of users’ data by third parties.
How have we obtained your data?
The personal data we process at ENTRAMAT is obtained via the contact form.
What rights do you have after you share your data with us?
Every individual has the right to confirm whether ENTRAMAT holds any of their personal data.
Interested parties have the right to:
- Request access to their personal data.
- Request the rectification or suppression of their data.
- Request that the processing of their data be limited.
- Oppose the processing of their data.
- Make a data portability request.
Interested parties can access their personal data, request the rectification of incorrect data, or (where applicable) request the suppression of their data where (among other reasons) the data is no longer required for the purposes for which it was collected. Under certain circumstances, interested parties can request that the processing of their data be limited: in which case, their data will only be stored in order to enable or respond to claims and complaints.
Under certain circumstances, interested parties can oppose the processing of their data. In such cases, ENTRAMAT will cease to process their data, except where there is a legitimate and overriding reason for doing so or in order to respond to any claims or complaints. As an interested party, you have the right to obtain a copy of the personal data you have shared with us, to receive said copy in a format that is structured, commonly used and machine-readable, and to share this data with another data-processor, when:
- Consent has been given to processing the data.
- The data has been provided by the interested party.
- The processing is automated.
When exercising your right to data portability, you also have the right for your personal data to be transferred directly to the data-processor, provided this is technically possible.
Interested parties also have the right to exercise effective judicial protection by submitting a claim or complaint to the corresponding authority (which, in this case, is the Spanish Data Protection Agency), if they believe that the processing of their personal data has infringed the GDPR.
Why do we process your personal data?
ENTRAMAT has a unified system for the collection and processing of the personal information provided by users. The purpose of this collection and processing is as follows:
- Contact form: For users who contact us via the contact form, we request the following personal data: Name, e-mail address and IP address. This information is provided by the user when they fill out the contact form.
Additionally, your personal data is also processed for the following purposes:
- To ensure compliance with the terms and conditions of use and the applicable legislation. This may include the development of tools and algorithms that help this website guarantee the confidentiality of the personal data that is collected.
- To assist and improve the services offered on this website.
In accordance with the aforementioned GDPR, ENTRAMAT is responsible for processing the data pertaining to the users of its website and its subscribers.
ENTRAMAT does not sell, rent or otherwise share with third parties any personal data that might identify the user, and will not do so in the future without first obtaining the user’s consent. However, ENTRAMAT may occasionally collaborate with other professionals, in which case it will request consent from its users, duly informing them of the identity of the professional in question and the purpose of the collaboration. This will always be done in accordance with the strictest security standards.
Sending e-mails for communication purposes
In terms of ENTRAMAT’s data-processing activities, e-mails that are sent by users in order to contact ENTRAMAT with regard to its services constitute a special case. The e-mail system used by ENTRAMAT is provided by a server, which also contains the website data and communications software for the sending and receiving of e-mails.
The legal basis for the processing of your data
The legal basis for the processing of your data is that of consent.
The commercial provision of products and services is based on the consent that is requested. Under no circumstances will the withdrawal of this consent affect the execution of the subscription agreement.
Type of data
The information that we process constitutes identifying data. We do not process data that is subject to special protection.
How long will we store your data?
The personal data shared with us will be stored until the interested party requests its suppression.
Who will your data be shared with?
Many of the tools we use to manage your data are provided by third parties.
In order to provide the services that are strictly necessary in order to conduct our business activities, ENTRAMAT shares data with the following providers, to which the corresponding privacy conditions apply:
Google Analytics: web analytics services provided by Google, Inc., a Delaware-based company whose head offices are located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States. (“Google”.) Google Analytics uses “cookies”, text files located on your computer, in order to help ENTRAMAT analyse the ways in which the website is used. The information generated by the cookies in relation to the use of the ENTRAMAT website is sent directly by Google and stored on its servers in the United States.
Hosting: Siteground, whose head offices are in Spain. For more information visit https://www.siteground.es/ (“Siteground”.) Siteground processes the data in order to provide its hosting services to ENTRAMAT.
Web Plataform: Automattic, Inc., which has its head offices in the United States. For more information visit https://es.wordpress.com/. (“Automattic, Inc.”) Automattic Inc. processes the data in order to provide its web platform services to ENTRAMAT.
When you browse the website ENTRAMAT.COOP, non-identifying data may be collected, including: your IP address, your approximate geographical location, information on how you use the website’s services and webpages, and other data that cannot be used to identify the user. This non-identifying data also includes data related to browsing habits. This website also uses the following third-party analytics services:
- Google Analytics
We use this information to analyse trends, manage the website, track users’ movements around the website, and collect demographic information regarding our user base as a whole.
Data confidentiality and security
ENTRAMAT undertakes to process users’ personal data under conditions of strict confidentiality, and, when storing it, to take all possible measures to prevent said data from being altered, lost, processed or accessed without authorization, in accordance with the stipulations of the data protection regulations in force.
This website incorporates an SSL certificate. SSL is a security protocol that ensures data is transferred between the server and the website user in a way that is entirely intact and secure. The process also involves feedback in order to ensure full encryption of data.
However, ENTRAMAT cannot guarantee that the Internet is entirely impregnable, and therefore that data will not be susceptible to fraudulent access by third parties.
With regard to the confidentiality of data processing, ENTRAMAT guarantees that any and all individuals authorized by ENTRAMAT to process its clients’ data (including data pertaining to its employees, partners and service providers) will be bound by the appropriate confidentiality requirements (whether contractual or legal in nature).
In the event of any security-related incidents, ENTRAMAT will notify the client as soon as possible. ENTRAMAT will also be obliged to share whatever information it knows regarding the incident, or when it receives a reasonable request for said information from the client.
Accuracy and veracity of the data
The user bears sole responsibility for the veracity and accuracy of the data they share with ENTRAMAT, and exempts ENTRAMAT from all liability in relation thereto. Under all circumstances, the user guarantees and will bear responsibility for the accuracy, validity and authenticity of the personal data they provide, and undertakes to keep this data up to date. The user agrees to provide complete and accurate information when filling out the subscription and/or contact forms.
Acceptance and consent
In accordance with Law 34/2002 on E-Commerce and Information Society Services, ENTRAMAT will refrain from sending communications of a commercial nature without duly identifying them as such.
ENTRAMAT does not engage in SPAMMING practices and will not send out electronic communications that have not been previously requested or authorized by the user. On each of the forms available on the website, the user has the option of expressly consenting to receive the ENTRAMAT newsletter. This consent is independent of any commercial information that may be requested on a one-off basis.