This page collects some personal data from its users. This section explains in detail the purpose and process by which this action is performed.

Data owner and controller
danielherediamejias.com

Owner contact email: daniel@danielherediamejias.com

Types of data collected
Among the personal data collected by this site, by itself or through third parties, are: cookies, usage data and e-mail addresses.

Details about each type of data are found in this Privacy Policy, in its corresponding section. Unless otherwise indicated, all data requested by this website are mandatory and failure to provide them may result in the page not working properly. In cases where it is indicated that some data are not mandatory, users will be free to communicate this information or omit it without consequences for the availability or functioning of the website. If you have doubts about which are the mandatory personal data, you can contact the owner.

In any case, the use of cookies and other tracking tools used by the owners of this website and/or by third parties serves to provide the required service to users and for other purposes described in this document and in the Cookie Policy.

Users are responsible for the personal data of third parties obtained or shared from this page and should do so only with their consent.

Data processing methods
The owner takes all necessary security measures to prevent unauthorized access, disclosure, modification or destruction of data.

Data processing is carried out using computers and/or tools from the field of information technology. For this purpose, procedures strictly related to the indicated purposes are used. In addition to the owner, this data will also be made available to other persons within the company (administration, sales, marketing, IT, etc.) and outside (external technical service providers, hosting providers, IT companies, communication agencies, etc.). A complete list of all these parties can be requested from the owner at any time.

Legal basis for processing
The owner may process users’ personal data in the following cases:

When users have given their consent. Note: according to some legislation, the owner may process users’ personal data without having to rely on their consent. To avoid this, the user must use the ‘opt-out’ option. However, this does not apply as long as the processing of personal data is subject to the European Data Protection Act.
Where the provision of data is necessary for the completion of an agreement with the user and for any other pre-contractual obligations.
Where the processing is necessary to fulfil a legal obligation to which the owner is subject.
When the processing is related to an action in the public interest or to the exercise of what is indicated by an official authority.
When the prosecution is necessary for the purposes and legitimate interests pursued by the owner or a third party.
In any case, the owner will be pleased to help clarify the specific legal basis that applies to the processing of personal data and the legal or contractual nature of this procedure.

Place of processing
All data are processed at the owner’s offices and also at the locations of the parties involved in this process. Depending on the user’s location, his data may be transferred to a country other than his own. To learn more about the place of data processing, users can go to the section of Personal Data.

Users also have the right to know the legal basis of data transfers to a country outside the European Union or to any international organization governed by public international law or established by two or more countries, such as the UN. Likewise, they are also entitled to know the security measures carried out by the owner to protect their data.

Retention time
Personal data will be processed and stored for as long as required for the purpose for which it was collected. Therefore:

The personal data collected for purposes related to the execution of a contract between the owner and the user will be kept until the contract in question has been completely fulfilled.
Personal data collected for the purposes of the owner’s legitimate interests shall be kept for as long as necessary to fulfil those purposes. Users may find information about the legitimate interests of the owner in this same document or by contacting the owner directly.
Also, the owner may retain a user’s personal data for a longer period of time if the user has given his or her consent to do so and has not withdrawn it. In addition, the owner may also be obliged to retain this data for a longer period of time if required to comply with a legal obligation or by order of an authority.

When the retention period expires, the personal data will be deleted. Therefore, the right of access, rectification and portability will be lost.

The purposes of data processing
When we talk about data processing, we mean the accumulation and manipulation of data. In this case, data relating to the user is collected so that the owner can provide its services completely. In addition, this information is also used for analysis, contact management and sending messages. These points are explained in more detail below:

  1. Analysis and statistics
    The tools in this section allow the owner to monitor and analyze web traffic and thus learn more about user behavior.

Google Analytics: This is a web analysis tool provided by Google. What Google Analytics does is use the information collected to examine the use of a particular website and to create reports on its activity. The data used in this case are cookies and usage data.

  1. Contact management and sending of messages
    This service makes it possible to manage a database of e-mails, telephone numbers and any other type of contact information. It is important to note that information can be collected about the date and time of interaction with the user.

In addition to emails, users can also receive push notifications from this page.

Users’ rights
The rights can exercise a number of rights in relation to the data processed by the owner. In particular, users are entitled to the following:

Withdraw their consent at any time. If a user wishes, he may withdraw his consent and thus prevent the processing of his personal data.
Oppose the processing of their data. Users have the right to object to the processing of their data if it is carried out on a legal basis other than consent.
Access your data. Users have the right to obtain information about the processing of their data and to obtain a copy of it.
Verify their data and request corrections. Users have the right to verify the accuracy of their data and to request that it be updated and/or corrected.
Restrict the processing of their data. Users also have the right, in certain circumstances, to restrict the processing of their data. In this case, the owner will not use the user’s data for any other purpose than storage.
Request the deletion of your personal data. Users have the right to request the deletion of their data.
Receive their data and transfer them. Users also have the right to receive their data in a structured, digital format so that it can be transmitted to another controller. This provision applies as long as the data is processed by automatic means.
File a complaint. Users have the right to file a complaint with the relevant data protection authorities.
Details on how to object to data processing
In the event that users’ personal data are processed as a matter of public interest, in the exercise of an official authority or in pursuit of the owner’s legitimate purposes, users may object to such processing if they provide a reason related to their particular situation that justifies the objection.

However, users should be aware that, in the event that their personal data are processed for marketing purposes, they may oppose the processing without having to provide any justification. To find out whether the owner is processing users’ data for direct marketing purposes, please refer to the sections of this article dedicated to the subject.

How to exercise these rights?

Any request to exercise your rights as a user can be directed to the owner through the contact details provided in this document. Such requests are not subject to any charge and will be dealt with by the owner as soon as possible and always within one month.

Additional information on data collection and processing
Legal action: The personal data of users may be used for legal purposes by the owner in court or in the stages leading to possible legal action caused by the improper use of this website and/or its related services. The user also declares to know that the owner may disclose his personal data at the request of public authorities.
Additional information on processed data: In addition to the content of this document, users may at any time request additional information on services related to data collection and processing. For this purpose, the contact information at the beginning of this document may be used.
System records and maintenance: For operational or maintenance purposes, this website and/or third parties may collect files that record the interaction of this page. For example, logins or IP addresses.
No Tracking’ Requests: This site does not support ‘No Tracking’ requests. To find out if any of the third party services do so, you should read their Privacy Policy.
Changes to this Privacy Policy: The owner reserves the right to make changes to this policy at any time. In doing so, it will notify its users in this document and/or on the website or by sending an email. If such changes affect processing activities carried out on the basis of user consent, the owner will need to reapply for consent.
Cookie Policy: This website uses cookies. To learn more about how it works, we recommend that you consult the Cookie Policy page.
Legal Information
This document has been drafted on the basis of provisions of multiple legislations, including Article 13/14 of the European Union Regulation 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation).

Unless otherwise indicated, this privacy policy relates only to this website.