FICOSA GROUP (hereinafter FICOSA), in accordance with current legislation on the Protection of Personal Data, informs the users of the website www.ficosa.com (hereinafter the Website) of the Privacy Policy and Data Protection that will be applied in the processing of the personal data Users voluntarily provide when accessing the Website.
Users, by providing their personal data through the Website, and, where appropriate, by marking the relevant acceptance box, expressly accept that FICOSA may process such data in terms of this Privacy Policy and Data Protection clause and for the purposes expressed herein.

FICOSA informs the users of the Website that their personal data can only be obtained for their processing when they are appropriate, relevant and not excessive in relation to the scope and the specific, explicit and legitimate purposes for which they were obtained. They will be deleted when they are no longer necessary or relevant for that purpose, or when requested by the owner in the exercise of their right of deletion.

FICOSA expresses its commitment to comply with current legislation regarding data protection and other applicable legislation at all times.

The personal data provided will be processed in accordance with the following:

INFORMATION ON PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
(In compliance with EU Regulation 2016/679 on Data Protection)
Data Controller See Companies that are part of FICOSA Group
Purposes The collection and processing of personal data has the following purposes:

  • answer your questions,
  • send you, by traditional and electronic means,
  • information about our services and products,
  • apply for a job,
  • any other service related to FICOSA’s activity we may consider of interest,
  • for statistical purposes in order to analyse User behaviour and trends and analyse how to improve the services we provide, and
  • detect and investigate fraud, as well as other illegal activities and potential breaches of our Privacy Policy, Legal Notice and/or Terms and Conditions of Use.
Legitimation and conservation The legal basis for data processing is the consent granted by Users when providing their data or by marking, where appropriate, the relevant acceptance boxes.

If they do not provide the necessary data for these purposes, we will not be able to provide our services. The data will be kept while the relationship is maintained and their deletion is not requested and always in compliance with the statutory limitation periods that may be applicable.

Transfer recipients In the event that data transfers are foreseen, Users will be informed in advance so they can oppose to said transfer by marking a box.
Rights of the interested parties You can exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion, portability and limitation or opposition by writing to FICOSA to the email address
Users have the right to withdraw their consent.
Users have the right to complain before the Supervisory Body (Spanish Agency for Data Protection www.agpd.es).

Users will be solely responsible for the accuracy of the data they provide to FICOSA.

Unless specifically stated otherwise, providing all the requested data will be considered necessary, because without them, FICOSA will not be able to provide the services requested by users.

FICOSA has adopted the necessary technical and organisational measures to guarantee the security of the personal data contained therein and to prevent their alteration, loss, processing and unauthorised access, given the current state of technology, the nature of the data and the risks to which they are exposed.

Any changes made to the Privacy Policy and the information management practices will be published in a timely manner and FICOSA may add, modify or delete said Privacy Policy when it deems necessary.

FICOSA will, in no case, modify the policies or practices to make them less effective in protecting the personal data of our users that have been stored previously without the prior consent of the affected parties.

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