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The User undertakes not to use the website or its services and content in ways contrary to the provisions of applicable law. THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE, S.L. reserves the right to refuse access to the services and content offered on the Site when deemed appropriate according to its Commercial Policy. THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE, S.L. in accordance with the provisions of the LSSICE will suppress or disable links to content or directories or search engines in the event that the activity or information to which they submit would be unlawful or injurious to the property or rights of a third party who would have the right to indemnity. Any further information in this regard may be requested or sent by email to the following address: email@example.com.
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THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE, S.L. shall not be liable for damages arising from the use of this website or any action taken on the basis of the information provided therein.
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APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION: These general conditions and the particular conditions of any of the services of this website are governed by Spanish law.
In compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) dated the 25th of May 2018:
THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE, S.L. is an organisation in which personal data processing activities are conducted, which gives it an important responsibility in the design and organisation of procedures that are aligned with legal compliance on this matter.
In the exercise of these responsibilities, and with the goal of establishing the general principles which should govern the processing of personal data within the company, it has approved this Personal Data Protection Policy and has notified its employees of it and made it available to all its stakeholders.
The Personal Data Protection Policy is a measure of proactive responsibility whose purpose is to assure compliance with the applicable laws on these matters and with respect for the right of honour and privacy in the processing of the personal data of all people who interact with the company.
In the development of the provisions of this Personal Data Protection Policy, the principles that govern the processing of data in the organisation are stipulated and, in consequence, so are the procedures and organisational and security measure that the people affected by this policy pledge to implement within their sphere of responsibility. With this goal in mind, the management shall assign these responsibilities to the staff members who participate in the data processing operations.
- Scope of application
This Personal Data Protection Policy shall be applicable to the Company, its administrators, managers and employees, as well as to everyone who interacts with it, explicitly including the service providers with access to data (the “Processors”).
- Principles of processing of personal data
As a general principle, the Company shall scrupulously comply with the laws on the protection of personal data and must be capable of proving this compliance (principle of “proactive responsibility”), while paying special attention to any form of processing which could entail a greater risk to the rights of the affected parties (principle of “risk focus”).
In relation to the above, THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE, S.L. shall ensure compliance with the following principles:
➔ Lawfulness, loyalty, transparency and limitation of purpose. The affected party must always be informed when their data is being processed through clauses and other procedures, and this processing will only be considered legitimate when there is consent to the transfer of data (with particular attention to consent provided by minors) or when the company has the valid legitimisation and when the purpose of this processing is in compliance with the regulations in force.
➔ Minimisation of data. The data processed must be appropriate, pertinent and limited to what is strictly necessary in relation to the purpose of the processing.
➔ Accuracy. The data must be accurate, and it should be updated, if needed. In this regard, all the measures needed to eliminate or rectify personal data that are inaccurate with respect to the purposes of the treatment should be taken immediately.
➔ Limitation of the data conservation period. The data shall be maintained such that the interested parties may be identified no longer than needed for the purposes of the processing.
➔ Integrity and Confidentiality. The data shall be processed in such a way that guarantees appropriate security of personal data, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against its loss, destruction or accidental harm; this shall be attained via the application of the appropriate technical or organisational measures.
➔ Data transfer. Purchasing or getting a hold of personal data through illegitimate sources is prohibited, as are cases in which these data have been collected or transferred unlawfully or their legitimate provenance cannot be sufficiently guaranteed.
➔ Hiring suppliers with access to data. Only suppliers which offer sufficient guarantees that they will apply the appropriate technical and security measures for data processing shall be chosen. With these third parties, the agreement containing these guarantees shall be duly documented.
➔ International data transfers. Any processing of personal data subjected to the European Union regulations which entails data transfers outside the European Economic Area must be carried out in strict compliance with the requirements established in the applicable law.
➔ Rights of the affected parties. The company shall help the affected parties exercise their rights of access, rectification, erasure, restriction of processing, objection and portability. To this end, it shall establish internal procedures and, in particular, any models needed and appropriate to exercise these rights, which must at least meet the legal requirements applicable in each case.
The company shall ensure that the principles contained in this Personal Data Protection Policy are borne in mind (i) in the design and implementation of all work procedures, (ii) in the products and services offered, (iii) in all contracts and obligations that it formalises or accepts, and (iv) in the implementation of any systems or platforms that allow employees or third parties access to and/or the collection or processing of personal data.
- Employees’ pledge
The employees are informed of this policy and declare themselves to be aware that personal information is a company asset, and in this regard they adhere to this policy by pledging the following:
- To pursue any awareness-raising training on personal data protection that the Company makes available to them.
- To apply the user-level security measures that are used in their job, notwithstanding any responsibilities in the design and implementation which may be attributed to them according to their role within THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE, S.L.
- To use the formats established so the affected parties may exercise their rights, and to immediately inform the Company so that it may respond.
- To inform the Company of any deviations from the stipulations of this policy, in particular “security violations of personal data”, as soon as they are aware of them by using the format established for this purpose.
- Monitoring and evaluation
Verification, evaluation or assessment will be conducted every year and every time there are significant changes in the data processing or the efficacy of the technical and organisational measures to guarantee the security of the data processing.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON DATA PROTECTION
For what purpose do we process your personal data?
At THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE S.L., we process the information that our users provide us in order to handle their inquiries and comments, as well as – if applicable – to keep in touch with them in order to inform them of our products/services.
For how long do we keep your data?
In all cases, the personal data you provide shall be kept as long as there is a commercial relationship between us, and for the maximum amount of time stipulated in the applicable regulations after this relationship has terminated.
Where do we get the legitimacy to process your personal data?
The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is the provision of your consent by checking the box, although you may revoke this consent at any time.
With whom shall your data be shared?
Your data will not be shared with third parties. No transfers to third countries are planned.
What are your rights after you provide us with your personal data?
Any person has the right to request confirmation as to whether or not we at THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE S.L. are processing your personal data.
Interested parties have the right to access their personal data, as well as to request that inaccurate data be rectified, or, if needed, to request that their data be erased when they are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected, among other reasons.
Under certain circumstances, the interested parties may request a restriction on the processing of their data, in which case we shall only save the data to exercise our defence against complaints.
Under certain circumstances and for reasons related to their particular situation, interested parties may object to the processing of their personal data. THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE S.L. will cease to process their data except for in cases of legitimate and imperative needs or to defend itself against potential complaints.
Likewise, under certain circumstances and when technically possible, the interested parties have the right for their personal data to be directly transferred to another processor upon their request.
To exercise these rights, please send them in writing to: THE GRAND MARGOT HOUSE, S.L. / Paseo de Gracia, 46 principal / 08007 Barcelona Spain, or to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with a copy of your ID card.
Likewise, you may get in touch with the Spanish Data Protection Agency, especially when you have been unable to satisfactorily exercise your rights.