- Effective date: 25/05/2018 (V.03)
The contact data you provide us will be incorporated into a file for which UNITURSA CALPE SL is responsible, so as to maintain a commercial relationship with you. You can exercise your rights in the area of Data Protection through this address: Data Protection Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org . Your data will be stored for a period of 10 years.
Users of this Website understand that all the information provided through social media (posts, mentions, comments, links, chat, videos, photos, etc.) may be public and as such, used by third parties over which UNITURSA CALPE SL has no technical possibilities of restriction. These third parties, without the authorisation of UNITURSA CALPE SL, may use such data published by users for purposes not directly related to the company’s interests, without such use constituting authorisation, licence, consent or mere knowledge of such acts by UNITURSA CALPE SL. Therefore, users must be aware of this innate act of use of information published on social media.
All the opinions and, in general, information published by users only represents the opinion of whoever provides it and does not indicate any participation by UNITURSA CALPE SL.
Insofar as is concerned the identification of users who link, comment or publish posts and contributions (texts, video, photos, etc.) from the companies managing and owning the platforms known as “Social Media”, UNITURSA CALPE SL cannot guarantee respect for the legislation in force at all times in the area of data protection and refers its users to the Privacy Policies specific to each social medium.
Concerning the content published on the Social Media spaces used by UNITURSA CALPE SL, users are encouraged to follow the rules described above. In the case of doubts concerning processing of personal data conducted by UNITURSA CALPE SL through Social Media, users may contact the entity at the address email@example.com. The same address can be used in any case to exercise the rights contained in European legislation concerning Data Protection (right of access, rectification, opposition and cancellation, limitation of use, portability, right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority and, eventually, claim compensation in national law)