Your privacy is important to us and we have implemented the measures of necessary security, technical and organizational nature, to guarantee and protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of all entered data.
Company Name: David Reina Ayala (Mure). Also the Provider.
Postal Address: c/ Sant Ignasi 53-55 3-8, 08700 Igualada, (Barcelona)
Information we collect
If you contract a service or purchase a product through our website www.mure.eu we will ask you to provide us with information about you, including your name, contact information, and information about a credit or debit card.
We collect the following data.
— Data that users provide through the different services offered on the website.
— Data that users provide through the different forms provided on the website.
— Data collected through cookies for browsing experience improvement as reported below.
The refusal to supply the obligatory data will result in the impossibility to minister to the particular request in question. You state that the information and data you provide us is accurate, current and true. We ask that in case of modification, you communicate such changes immediately so that the information under process is updated at all times and does not contain errors.
Your personal data will only be used for the following purposes:
— To carry out the necessary commercial and administrative procedures with web users.
— To carry out the provision of services and/or products contracted or subscribed to by the users.
— To contact you, both electronically and non-electronically, to obtain your opinion about the service provided and;
— To send commercial communications by email, social communities or any other electronic or physical means, prior express consent by the user to receiving this form of communications electronically by subscribing to the Newsletter;
— Client and/or suppliers data will be processed, within the contractual relationship that links them with the person in charge, in compliance with the administrative, fiscal, accounting, and working obligations that are necessary under the current legislation.
— Analysis of profiles and usability.
We do not partake in SPAM practices. We do not send commercial emails that have not been previously requested or authorized by you. In all the communications that you will receive from us you have the possibility of cancelling your express consent to receive our communications. You can also revoke your consent at any time by sending an email with the subject ‘Unsubscribe’ to email@example.com.
We will not use your personal data for any other purpose than those described except by legal obligation or judicial requirements.
Your data will be kept for the duration of the commercial relationship with us or until you exercise your right to cancellation or opposition, or limitation to processing. However, we will keep certain personal identification and traffic data for a maximum period of 2 years in case it is required by the Judges and Courts or to initiate internal actions derived from the improper use of the website. It will not be subject to decisions based on automated processings that produce effects on your data.
The information that you provide us both through this website and through the application will be hosted on the servers of Mure, contracted to the company Button Technologies SL with ID B60949328 and fiscal address located in c/ Cervantes 18 L2, 08700 Igualada (Spain). The data processing of said entity is regulated by a contract regarding the processing between Mure and Button. In no case will Button subcontract services that involve any data processing by third parties without our prior consent.
The legal basis for data processing is your consent granted to carry out the purposes described above, which will be requested at the time by marking the corresponding box when collecting your data. Failure to provide the personal data requested or failure to accept this data protection policy means that it is impossible to subscribe, register, or receive information about Mure’s products and services.
In cases where there is a prior contractual relationship between the parties, the legitimacy for the development of administrative, tax, accounting, and labor obligations that are necessary under current legislation will be the prior existence of the commercial relationship established between the parties.
Any communication sent will be incorporated into the Information Systems of Mure. By accepting these conditions, terms, and policies, you expressly consent to Mure carrying out the following activities and/or actions, unless you indicate otherwise:
— The sending of commercial and/or promotional communications by any means enabled informing you of the activities, services, promotions, advertising, news, offers, and other information about the services and products related to the activity.
— In the event that you have expressly consented to the sending of commercial communications electronically by subscribing the Newsletter, the sending of such communications by electronic means informing you of the activities, services, promotions, advertising, news, offers, and other information about the services and products of Mure equal or similar to those that were originally the aim of the contract or interest by you.
— The storage of personal data during the periods provided in the applicable provisions.
The means enabled by Mure to communicate with customers and others affected are the corporate phone, corporate mobile phones, and corporate email. If you send personal information through a means of communication other than those indicated in this section, we will be exempt from liability in relation to the security measures available regarding the medium in question.
We do not carry out any data transfer or communication unless there is a reasonable need to comply with a legal procedure, legal obligation, or prior to obtaining your consent.
International transfers of your personal data will not be made without your prior consent, without prejudice to or canceling any account in evidence of a criminal offence undertaken by a user. The information provided will only be available to Mure at this time.
You can request to exercise the following rights before us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating with the subject ‘Data Protection Rights’ and attaching a photocopy of your ID Card or any analogous document, as indicated by law.
These are your Rights:
— Access rights: allows you to acknowledge and obtain information about your personal data submitted to processing.
— Right to rectification or deletion: it allows to correct errors and modify the data that proves to be inaccurate or incomplete.
— Right to cancellation: allows data that turns out to be inadequate or excessive to be deleted.
— Right to opposition: your right to not carry out the processing of your personal data or to cease it.
— Limitation of personal data processing: involves the marking of personal kept data, with the purpose of limiting its’ future processing.
— Portability of the data: facilitation of the data subject to processing to you, so that you can transmit it to another person in charge, without impediments.
— The right not to be subject to automated individual decisions (including the elaboration of profiles): the right not to be the subject of a decision based on automated processings that produces effects or significantly affects you.
As a user, you have the right to withdraw consent given at any time. The withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of the process carried out before the withdrawal of consent.
You also have the right to submit a claim to the supervisory authority if you believe that your rights may have been violated in relation to the protection of your personal data (agpd.es).
The information you provide will be processed confidentially. We have adopted all the technical and organizational measures and all the levels of protection necessary to guarantee the security in the processing of the data and to avoid its alteration, loss, theft, processing or unauthorized access, according to the state of technology and nature of the stored data. Likewise, it is also guaranteed that the processing and registration in files, programs, systems or equipment, premises and centers comply with the requirements and conditions of integrity and security established in the current regulations.
In accordance with Art. 14.1 of Regulation (EU) 524/2013, the European Commission provides a free access platform for the resolution of online disputes between the user and Mure, without the need to resort to the courts of justice, through the intervention of a third party, the Online Dispute Resolution Platform, which acts as an intermediary between the parts. This organisation is neutral and will dialogue with both parties to reach an agreement, which may lead to suggest and/or impose a solution to the conflict.
These terms are governed by the Spanish law. The resolution of any dispute or claim relating to this website or its use is subject to the jurisdiction of the Courts of Barcelona.