Additionally, we provide information on the processing of personal data collected through other channels, different from those referred to on our Website.
What happens if you refuse to provide us with your personal data?
Refusal to provide the mandatory or necessary personal information will prevent the fulfilment of the services requested, as long as the information is required by law or needed to execute a contract with you.
Unless specifically stated otherwise at the time of its collection, the personal data requested through our Website or other channels is mandatory or necessary for providing the service for which the data is processed.
In any case, you guarantee and are accountable for the accuracy, validity, and authenticity of the personal data you provide and commit to keeping duly updated.
The Data controller of your personal data is our company:
Legal basis for data processing
We may process your data in accordance with the following legal grounds:
Data subject to processing
We will process the data provided on any of the Website forms or via other means of contact, such as email, mail, or telephone call, in order to fulfil the purposes set out in the section "Data processing purposes.”
Confidentiality and security in data processing
The data received by Globalpraxis shall be treated with utmost discretion and confidentiality. Globalpraxis has established all technical and organizational means at its disposal to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access, or copying of data provided.
Data processing purposes
Depending on the different Website forms, services, and content accessed, or the processing operations performed, personal data may be processed for the following purposes:
Third-party data recipients
In general, your data will not be sold, rented, or made available to third parties. Exceptionally, data may be disclosed to administrative or judicial authorities when required. Likewise, for access to our office, we will transmit your details to the owner of the building where our premises are located. Apart from the aforementioned cases, your personal data will not be disclosed to any third party without your prior consent.
Additionally, certain data processors providing support services to Globalpraxis, such as external service providers belonging to the information systems and technology sector, may have access to your data, but under no circumstance are they allowed to process the data for their own purposes.
Data retention periods
Your data will be kept for the time strictly needed to achieve the purpose of processing, without prejudice to its retention for making it available to competent authorities and for dealing with claims.
Exercise of rights
Data protection regulations in force grant you the following rights:
For any queries or suggestions regarding the processing of your personal information, you may also contact our data protection manager at the same address.
You furthermore have the right to lodge a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD, for its initials in Spanish), the control authority in Spain with regards to data protection, if you consider that your data has not been processed correctly.
International data transfers
If any of our service providers process personal data in a third country, Globalpraxis will implement all measures and controls within its power to protect your personal data. The main measures taken by Globalpraxis with respect to international transfer of personal data, include the signing of standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission, adherence to international agreements or adequacy decisions, and the request of approved and recognized certifications or codes of conduct.
Last updated: 3 February 2022