Conforming to all that is established in the Organic Law on the Protection of Data 15/1999 (LOPD) with reference to the Protection of Data at a Personal level and the Royal Decree 1720/2007 (RDLOPD) which are the rules governing the development of the LOPD, we inform you that personal data given via the forms, and likewise your e-mail address have been included in our file titled TASFRE ESPAÑA, S.L., [hereafter, TASFRE], at the business address of C/ Bori i Fontestà, 6 - 08021 BARCELONA, NIF B63556476, Mercantile Register in Barcelona Book 36740, Section 13, Page 284742, registered in the E-mail email@example.com, with the objective of attending your consultations and sending you information related to the services offered by TASFRE.
We inform you that the data could be used to send you commercial communications, in any format, and this could be related to any other services offered by our business which might be of interest to you. If you should at any time oppose this type of communications, please send us an e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the subject as “UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THE DISTRIBUTION LIST”.
Likewise, you can exercise the right to access, rectify, cancel and should you wish to, oppose (ARCO rights), according to the terms established by Organic Law 15/1999 (LOPD), by presenting or sending an application in writing to: C/ Bori i Fontestà, 6 - 08021 BARCELONA, or by e-mail to: email@example.com and with a photocopy of your ID or similar documentation indicating the subject as “DATA PROTECTION”.
Therefore, in compliance with the Organic Law 15/1999 (LOPD), the Protection of Data at a Personal level by the present document, TASFRE.
1- File ownership
2- Collection and Treatment
2.2- Responsibility for Treatment
However, you can at any moment reject this type of service by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the subject as “UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THE DISTRIBUTION LIST”.
3- Security measures
TASFRE, has adopted the legal requirements for the level of security for the protection of personal data, and has installed all the means and technique measures in its hands to avoid any loss, bad use, alteration, access without authorization and robbery of the same data.
4- Rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition
The title holders of the data contained in the file [USUARIOS WEB / NEWSLETTER], as well as the holders of the data contained in any of the files titled: TASFRE, can contact the entity, as the person responsible for the file, with the objective of being allowed to exercise their right of access, rectification, cancellation, and if desired opposition (ARCO rights) with respect to the data incorporated in the file. These rights are characterised as “extremely personal”, and as such can only be exercised by the title holder or his or her legal representative who have been previously accredited or who show sufficient representation.
TASFRE will proceed to notify its decisions within a timeframe of a month. If it were to be accepted, the interested party would be able to access the previously mentioned information within 10 days after its notification.
B. - The right ofrectificationand cancelation can be exercised, conforming to the following previsions, whenever the interested party considers that the data collected in our files is inexact, incomplete, inadequate or excessive. If this is the case, you can exercise these rights via one of the means previously anticipated.
TASFRE will proceed with the rectification or cancellation within 10 days of receiving the application.
If you should have any doubt, question or comments referring to the present regulations, please do not hesitate to ask about them by sending a communication to: email@example.com.
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The following information, will help you to understand the different types of cookies.
Session Cookies: They are cookies which remain temporarily in your cookie file inside your navigator until you close the web page, and at no time remain registered in the user’s hard disk. The information obtained via these cookies is used to analyse the pattern of traffic on the web. Over time, this help us to offer a better experience to enhance the contents and make them easier to use.
Permanent Cookies: These are stored in the hard disk and our web reads them each time that you visit our web. A permanent web page has a specific expiry date. The cookie will stop working after this expiry date. We generally use them to help the purchasing and registration services.
Multipurpose Cookies: A cookie can be used for diverse purposes, for this reason they can only be exempt from the requirements needed for consent if all and each one of the purposes for which they are used, are individually exempt from the requirements needed for consent.
The user has at any moment the option to halt the generation of “cookies”, via selecting the corresponding option in the program titled “navigator”. However, TASFRE, S.L., is not responsible if the deactivation of the previously mentioned cookies stops the web page from working well.
The following are examples of how to configure the cookies on different navigators:
We would like to inform you that TASFRE, S.L. at its domain Jofre.eu com does not use any form of “cookies” which deal with any personal data, which allows any concrete person to be identified.
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