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Scito Edicions

Privacy and Data Protection

Who we are?

Our website is: https://scitoedicions.org. Scito Edicions is the publisher of the Scito Foundation.

Property of the website

Responsible of the website: Fundació Scito
Address: C/. Campoamor, 73, Bj. Izq. – 46022 Valencia (Spain)
Email: oficina@scitoedicions.org
Phone number: 0034 963 257 160
CIF: G98214604

Website: https://scitoedicions.org

General information

The purpose of this “Privacy and Data Protection Policy” is to inform you of the conditions governing the collection and processing of your personal data by our entity or corporate group in order to safeguard your fundamental rights, honour and freedoms, all in compliance with current regulations governing the Protection of Personal Data according to the European Union and the Spanish Member State.

In accordance with these regulations, we need your authorization and consent for the collection and processing of your personal data, so below, we tell you all the details of your interest regarding how we perform these processes, for what purposes, that other entities might have access to your data and what your rights are.

Therefore, once we have reviewed and read our Data Protection Policy, we will only process your data authorized by you under the provisions of that Policy.

Responsible for the treatment

Who collects and processes your data?

The Responsible for Data Processing is the natural or legal person, public or private in nature, or administrative body, which alone or jointly with others determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data; in the event that the purposes and means of processing are determined by European Union or Spanish Member State law.

In this case, our identification data as Responsible of the Treatment are the following:

FUNDACIÓ SCITO – CIF G98214604
C/ Campoamor, 73 Bajo Izq. 46022, Valencia (Valencia), Spain
Email: oficina@scitoedicions.org – Phone number: 0034 963257160

Security measures

What do we do to ensure the privacy of your data?

Our entity or corporate group adopts the necessary organizational and technical measures to guarantee the security and privacy of your data, avoid its alteration, loss, treatment or unauthorized access, depending on the state of technology, the nature of the data stored and the risks to which they are exposed. Among others, the following measures stand out:

  1. Ensure the confidentiality, integrity, availability and continued resilience of treatment systems and services.
  2. Restaurar la disponibilidad y el acceso a los datos personales de forma rápida, en caso de incidente físico o técnico.
  3. Verify, evaluate and evaluate, on a regular basis, the effectiveness of the technical and organizational measures implemented to ensure the security of the treatment.
  4. Pseudonymize and encrypt personal data, in the case of sensitive data.

Purposes of treatment

What do we want to process your data for?

Below we detail the intended uses and purposes of the data processing we perform.

Please note that, from the following list, we will only use your data for those purposes that you authorized us to use at the time your data was collected:

  1. Users’ registrations. Management of accounts of registered users on the Web site.
  2. Customer management: Customer/supplier management, accounting, tax and administrative.
  3. Newsletter: Marketing, advertising and commercial prospecting. Sending Newsletters.
  4. Commercial communications. Sending of commercial communications.
  5. Website queries: Other purposes. To attend the consultations made through the Web site.

How long do we keep your data?

We use your data for the time strictly necessary to fulfill the purposes stated above. Unless there is a legal obligation or requirement to do so, the storage periods provided for are as follows:

  • 5 years for those data that must be available to the Spanish authorities.
  • And for other data processing, as long as there is a contractual relationship between both parties and you do not request its deletion or limitation of processing.

 

Legitimation of Treatment

Why do we process your data?

The collection and processing of your data is always legitimized by one or more legal bases, which we detail below:

  1. Users’ registrations. Explicit consent of the interested party.
  2. Customer management: Explicit consent of the interested party.
  3. Newsletter: Explicit consent of the interested party.
  4. Commercial communications. Explicit consent of the interested party.
  5. Website queries: Explicit consent of the interested party.

Addressees of your data

To whom do we transfer your data within the European Union?

Occasionally, in order to fulfill our legal obligations and our contractual commitment to you, we are faced with the obligation and necessity of transferring some of your data to certain categories of recipients, which we specify as follows:

  • Customer management: Tax Administration; banks..

Do we carry out International Transfers of your data outside the European Union?

We do not make international transfers of your data.

Origin and types of data processed

Where did we get your data?

Your data have been provided directly by you through the electronic forms on our website.

What types of data have we collected and processed from you?

Users’ registrations:

  • Registered users:
    • Identification data: email, name and surname.

Customer management:

  • Purposes: Customer/supplier management, accounting, tax and administrative.
  • Customers:
    • Identification data: email, name, surname and phone number.
    • Economic: banking information.

Newsletters:

  • Purposes: Marketing, advertising and commercial prospecting.
  • Subbscribers:
    • Identification data: email, name and surname.

Commercial communications:

  • Registered users and customers:
    • Identification data: email, name and surname.

Website queries:

  • Purposes: otras finalidades.
  • Web contacts:
    • Identification data: email, name, surname and phone number.

Rights of interested parties

What rights do you have?

The data protection regulations in force protect you in a series of rights in relation to the use we give to your data. Each and every one of your rights are unipersonal and non-transferable, that is to say, they can only be carried out by the owner of the data, after verifying your identity.

The following is a list of your rights:

  • Request ACCESS to your personal data
  • Request the RECTIFICATION of your data
  • Request DELETION or deletion of your data (right to “forget”)
  • LIMIT or OPPOSE the use we give to your data
  • Right to PORTABILITY of your data for cases of telecommunications services or Internet.
  • Right to WITHDRAW your consent at any time
  • Right to lodge a CLAIM on data protection matters with the Supervisory Authority: Agencia Española de Protección de Datos

How can you exercise your rights in relation to your data?

To exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation or opposition, portability and withdrawal of your consent, you may do so in the following manner:

How can you file a claim?

In addition to your rights, if you believe that your data are not being collected or processed in accordance with current data protection legislation, you may make a complaint to the Control Authority, whose contact details are listed below.:

Agencia Española de Protección de Datos
C/. Jorge Juan, 6. 28001, Madrid (Madrid), Spain
Email: info@agpd.es – Phone number: 0034 912663517
Web: https://www.agpd.es

Consent and Acceptance

Acceptance of this document indicates that you understand, accept all the clauses of our privacy policy so you authorize the collection and processing of your personal data in these terms. This acceptance is done by activating the “Read and Accept” checkbox of our Privacy Policy.