At DoSeville we are deeply committed to defending the personal data protection rights of our customers and users.
We publish this information, not only to substantiate the consent prior to the sending of personal data, but to make known your rights BEFORE providing the data and inform about the measures that guarantee the safeguarding and integrity of the data.
All this fulfilling the obligations legally established in the Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, of Data Protection (LOPD), in its Development Regulation 1720/2007, of December 21 and in the European Regulation of Protection of Data (RGPD), as well as all Spanish and European regulations applicable to this matter.
Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
What is the purpose of processing your data?
How long will we keep your data?
What is the legitimacy for the treatment of your data?
Are your data communicated to other recipients?
What rights do you have when you provide us with your information?
How can I exercise my rights?
What can I do if my rights have not been addressed?
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1. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
Identity: Manuel Ramón Ternero Vega
Postal address: Corbones Street , 11 Marchena, Sevilla CP 41620
Phone: +34 642 62 43 48
2. What is the purpose of processing your data?
The data collected through the forms on the web are used to offer you the information you request about the provision of our services in a more adjusted way according to your profile and to be able to offer you those that best suit your interests.
3. How long will we keep your data?
The personal data collected through the forms on the website will be kept for the period necessary to fulfill the purposes for which you have provided the information. Once these purposes are fulfilled, they may be maintained for a period of 4 years for statistical, administrative and commercial purposes of the entity. In the event that the data have been provided for the purpose of being provided certain services, they will be maintained while maintaining the relationship of provision thereof and once elapsed, for the time legally established for that purpose.
In case of receiving a CV (either because we open a selection process or because the person sends it voluntarily) will be filed for the time strictly necessary to answer the candidate or the selection process. Once carried out, it will be removed from our bases, so we will not carry out any type of treatment on it.
4. What is the legitimacy for the treatment of your data?
Legally we can treat the data that we request to you when you have given us your consent to do so. This is because you have expressly expressed your consent by activating the box I have read and accept.
5. Are your data communicated to other recipients?
The data that you enter in the web will not be communicated to other companies, except for legal imperative or to be able to give fulfillment to the object for which they were facilitated. In this sense and as an example, we indicate that your data is collected through the forms inserted in our website that is hosted on the servers of the hosting company 1and1, hosting company located in Germany therefore, your data is not they leave the European Union.
Is the location of a server important from the point of view of data protection? Yes, it is very important that the servers are located in states that provide an adequate level of protection of personal data, so it is considered when they are located in a country of the European Economic Area or in one of the countries that appear on the web of the Spanish Agency for Data Protection.
Therefore, if a website is in Spanish and is aimed primarily at users in Spain it is preferable to choose a Spanish or foreign server that has the data center in Europe.
6. What rights do you have when you provide us with your information?
They are the following:
Information right : you have the right to be informed clearly BEFORE your data is collected about what your data is being treated, with what purpose they are treated, where they have obtained the data and if they are going to communicate it or have communicated it to someone
Right of access : to know what your data are being treated, to what purpose they are treated, where they have obtained the data and if they are going to communicate or have communicated it to someone
Right of rectification to modify your inaccurate or incomplete data
Right of cancellation to cancel your inadequate or excessive data
Right of opposition to avoid your data being treated or to stop being treated, although only in the cases established by law
Right to limitation of treatment to request that the processing of data be suspended in the cases established by law
Right to data portability to be able to receive your data provided in a structured electronic format of usual use and be able to transmit them to another person in charge
Right not to be the subject of individualized decisions in order to not make a decision about you that produces legal effects or affects you based only on the treatment of your data
7. How can I exercise my rights?
To exercise any of your rights, you must request it at email@example.com, including:
1.- Photocopy of the DNI (passport or other identity document) or electronic signature.
2.- Content of the request you make and, if necessary, the documents that accredit it.
3.- Address (for notification purposes), date and signature
If you exercise your rights by a voluntarily appointed representative, you must provide the document or electronic instrument that proves the representation.
In the event that the owner of the data is a minor or incapacitated, the rights will be exercised by their duly accredited legal representative.
8. What can I do if my rights have not been addressed?
In case you consider that we have not satisfied your request, you can submit a claim to the Spanish Agency for Data Protection in the section of its website: https://sedeagpd.gob.es/sede-electronica-web/vistas/formReclamacionDerechos /reclamation.Rights.jsf
Links to other websites
If you want more information, the Spanish Agency for Data Protection has published a citizen’s guide, you can access it at: