1. Who is the data controller responsible for your data?
The data controller for your personal data is LABORATORIOS CONDA, S.A. (hereinafter, 'CONDALAB'), with Tax ID No.: A-28090819 and registered address at Calle Forja 9, Torrejón de Ardoz, 28850, Madrid.
We inform you that this Website, through the domain www.condalab.com (hereinafter referred to as the 'Website'), is owned by CONDALAB.
The User shall be able to contact CONDALAB at the following e-mail address: email@example.com
2. Why is CONDALAB entitled to carry out data processing?
CONDALAB is entitled to process your data in order to provide its services.
Likewise, CONDALAB is entitled to process your data based on the consent requested from the User or on a legitimate interest if applicable.
CONDALAB takes the protection of your privacy and personal data very seriously. Therefore, your personal information is kept securely and is processed with the utmost care.
In this regard, the legitimacy bases used by CONDALAB for User data processing are:
The contractual performance and the Service provision by CONDALAB.
Users' consent to their personal data processing for the purposes specified in each case.
3. What are the purposes of personal data processing by CONDALAB?
Personal data collected by CONDALAB may be used for the following purposes, depending on the consent given in the corresponding registration form:
Service provision by CONDALAB.
For the service provision demanded by the User, CONDALAB shall need to process personal data obtained from the information provided by the User to CONDALAB.
You are informed that CONDALAB is proactive in protecting your privacy and personal data.
In this regard, you are informed that CONDALAB shall always process your personal data with total confidentiality and in accordance with the provisions of applicable personal data protection regulations, adopting the necessary security measures to ensure the security of the data processed.
Sending marketing communications and/or Newsletter on the part of CONDALAB.
If the User has given their consent, their personal data may be used to send them, by letter, telephone, e-mail, SMS/MMS, or other equivalent means of electronic communication, marketing communications or information about CONDALAB.
4. Data accuracy provided by Users and minors' data
The User guarantees that the personal data provided are truthful and is held liable for communicating any modification of said data to CONDALAB. The User shall be responsible, in any case, for the accuracy of the data provided, and CONDALAB reserves the right to exclude any User from the registered Services who has provided false data, without prejudice to any other actions that may be applicable by law.
5. Data preservation
CONDALAB shall keep users' personal data for the time necessary to carry out the purposes for which they were collected, as long as the User does not revoke the consent granted and/or does not express their wish to unsubscribe from the services provided by CONDALAB, and this in order to receive information about the company's services.
Subsequently, if necessary, CONDALAB shall keep the information blocked for the legally established period.
6.- Users' rights in relation to their data
The User has the right to:
Access their personal data.
Request the rectification of inaccurate data
Request their deletion.
Request the restriction of their data processing.
Oppose their data processing.
Request their portability.
Not be subject to automated individual decisions.
The User can exercise all these rights at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the reason for their request and providing a copy of their ID card.
The User can also send their request through a regular email to the following address:
LABORATORIOS CONDA, S.A.
Tax ID: A-28090819
Calle Forja 9, Torrejón de Ardoz, 28850, Madrid.
Without prejudice to any other administrative resource or judicial action, the User shall have the right to file a complaint with the Control Authority, in particular in the Member State in which they have their habitual residence, workplace or the place of the alleged infringement, in the case that they consider that their personal data processing does not comply with regulations, as well as in the case that they are not satisfied with the exercising of their rights. The Control Authority with whom the claim has been lodged shall keep the plaintiff informed about the claim's course and outcome.
7. Data security
Users' privacy and personal data protection is very important to CONDALAB. Therefore, CONDALAB does everything in its power to prevent your data from being used inappropriately, allowing only authorised personnel access to it.
CONDALAB maintains personal data protection security levels in accordance with applicable regulations and has established all the technical means at its disposal to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access and theft of data provided by the User through the Website, without prejudice to informing the User that security measures on the Internet are not inexpugnable.
CONDALAB undertakes to comply with the duty of secrecy and confidentiality with respect to personal data in accordance with applicable legislation, and to process them securely in any international data cessations and transfers that may occur, as the case may be.
In Website services that require a User registration, a password must be chosen. The User is held liable for maintaining the confidentiality of this password, as well as for all activities that occur in the session initiated with their name and password.
The User undertakes to notify CONDALAB of any unauthorized use of their Username and/or password or any other security breach as soon as possible. CONDALAB shall not be held liable for any damages or losses that may arise due to the non-compliance with this obligation on the part of the User.
9. Links to webpages
The CONDALAB Website may contain links to third-party company and entity webpages.
The terms and conditions offered by these webpages may not be the same as those offered by CONDALAB.
11. Acceptance and Consent.