Privacy policy

Privacy policy

In compliance with the legal obligation of information established in Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the following additional information is provided in addition to the previously provided basic information, regarding the personal data provided.

Data Controller: Oserpro 2000, S.L., CIF B53461166, and Polígono Industrial Puente Alto, Calle A, Parcela 54 nave F6, 03300 in Orihuela, Alicante.

Data Subject to Processing: The information collected through browsing on the website, through cookies, and other tracking technologies, which depending on the specific configuration of your browser may include: IP address, location, type and identification of the electronic device you are browsing with, type of browser and language set in the browser, domain through which you access the Website, browsing data, and activity on the website.

Purpose of Processing: The purpose of processing your data is to manage queries and communications, as well as web browsing control.

Retention Periods: They will be kept for five years following the end of the relationships before proceeding with their deletion in accordance with current regulations, without prejudice to longer periods imposed by sectoral regulations.

Legitimacy: The legitimate basis for processing your data is found in Articles 6.1 b), c), and f) of Regulation EU 679/2016, execution of a contract, compliance with legal obligations, and satisfaction of legitimate interests.

Recipients: The only recipients of the information are the parties and, where appropriate, public administrations in compliance with legal communication duties, such as the tax administration or judicial bodies.

Rights: Any person has the right to request access to the personal data concerning them, to request their rectification or deletion, to request the limitation of their processing, to object to their processing (if there is a public interest or legitimate interest), and/or the right to data portability. In all cases, you can exercise your rights by email addressed to accompanied by a copy of your identity document. Any person can file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency, with forms available on the website if they believe their rights have not been satisfied.