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Data Protection Policy

Following the entry in force of the new European General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 27 April 2016 (RGPD onwards), we include updated information on the treatment of personal data regarding our clients, in the terms required by the community regulations.

In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, we inform you that your personal data will be incorporated into an internal file called CONTACT REQUESTS or REGISTRATIONS and its owner is University of Huelva. The existence of the files is included in our activity log.

Who is responsible for the processing of your personal data?

Identity: University of Huelva

C.I.F: Q7150008F

Postal address: Campus de la Rábida. Carretera Huelva-Palos de la Frontera, s/n. Huelva, Andalucía 21819

Email: andujar@diesia.uhu.es

Head of Security: Universidad de Huelva

For what purpose do we treat your data?

In our web portal we offer the possibility of contacting us through different contact forms, as well as the possibility of enrolling in our training offer, for which you will be required a series of data with the sole purpose of studying your possible access to our training offer or to be able to get in touch with you in case you demand information. No other purpose will be given to your data other than the merely necessary execution of the requests we receive, as well as the management and deposit of the same data to be able to satisfy possible claims, as well as legal obligations.

This website will never make automated decisions in the processing of your data. The treatment will always be according to the consents provided by the user for the treatment of their personal data.

How do we get your data?

Personal data is always incorporated by users in the different contact forms. To collect the different data, we have systems that ensure the consent provided by the user for the treatment of these data.

All the data we deal with are not specially protected data; they obey a basic or average categorization regarding the security measures to be applied for their treatment.

How long will we process your data?

The data will be kept for as long as the user’s relationship with the company persists, and after the relationship, during the time that is legally envisaged for the conservation of all data related to billing.

The user may at any time express their opposition to the processing of their personal data.

What is the legitimacy for the treatment of your data?

The legal basis for the treatment of your data is the consent given by the user in the transfer of your data when filling in the contact forms as well as the commercial relationship or services that we provide to users. Otherwise, contracts may not be carried out and the service may not be delivered.

The consent in the supply of the data is obligatory to be able to contact you, as well as to formalize the commercial and contractual relationship. Therefore, we have means that ensure the consent provided by the user.

The products we offer are only accessible for adults. If you are an underage and request information, you must do so under the supervision of an adult.

To which recipients will your data be communicated?

Your data will not be disclosed to third parties without your consent, and only in the absence of this by legal imperative.

Although in order to provide the services offered by the web, we need to work with third parties, such as Hosting and email providers, which allow us to store the information on the Internet, so that it can be accessible and we can be provided of email that allows the communication of the web with the different users.

These servers store the information related to the IP address and the navigation data on their own servers. It is imperative to use the services provided by these third parties, otherwise we could not offer the web service.

Likewise, on our website we use software to analyze web traffic and thus have a better experience and be able to offer better services in a more personalized way, as well as being able to improve the services that are demanded. These tools through the cookies collect information from the user, which although they are not personal data such as name, address, etc., are identifiable data such as IP addresses associated with the computer from which you are

For more information about these add-ons and how to disable them you can access our cookies policy.

All the aforementioned third parties have the obligation to comply with the same legal provisions as we do, so the treatment they make of your data will always be legally protected.

Below we list the third parties responsible for processing your data and we attach the link to their privacy policy:

Hosting and email: WebEmpresa

Privacy policy address: https://www.webempresa.com/aviso-legal.html

Analytical software: Google Analytics

Privacy policy address: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites?hl=en

What are your rights when you provide us with your data?

Users have the right of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, limitation and portability.

The right of access includes the right to obtain the personal data that we have deposited in our files.

The right of rectification implies the right that users have to rectify the data they consider inaccurate or to complete those that they consider incomplete.

The right to delete or right to forget implies the right that users have to delete all data that we contain without delay, provided that the requirements legally predicted in the RGPD are met.

The right of opposition implies the right of the users to oppose the processing of their personal data, provided that the requirements stipulated in the RGPD are met.

The right of limitation entails the right of users to suspend the processing of their personal data as well as its conservation in the case of legal claims.

The right to the portability of your data involves the right that users have to be able to receive their own personal data in a compressible file in order to transmit it to another data controller.

How can you exercise your rights?

Users may exercise any of their rights recognized by the RGPD by written and signed request accompanied by a photocopy of their ID or document proving the representation, in case they are asserted through a representative, at the postal address of the responsible University of Huelva, in the address Campus de la Rábida. Carretera Huelva-Palos de la Frontera, s/n. Huelva, Andalucía 21819, or by e-mail enclosing an image or photocopy of the ID as well as the document accrediting the representation, in case of asserting their rights through a representative, to the e-mail address andujar@diesia.uhu.es.

In 10 days your request will be answered and the right you are claiming will be executed if you find yourself in cases covered by law.

The user may also direct to the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (contact data accessible on www.aepd.es) or analogous competent control authority, a claim, in case that the user considers their rights violated or has not obtained satisfaction in its exercise.