Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
What data do we collect and for what purposes and on what grounds do we process it?
SpotLab collects some of the personal data (in particular first name, surname and e-mail address) of the users.
By entering their personal data in the optional email field on the website, users consent to the processing of their personal data by SpotLab.
The purpose of the data processing is to ensure the user the possibility to request a demo of the products and services, to subscribe to the newsletter and to contact SpotLab whenever necessary to ask for information, solve doubts or make suggestions.
SpotLab shall also use the e-mail address of those users who voluntarily provide it through the contact form available in the “Would you like to know more?”, “Contact”, “Request demo” and “Subscribe to newsletter” sections of the website, in order to deal with any requests, suggestions, complaints, demos and news that the user may send to SpotLab by this means. By submitting this form, the user consents to the processing of his/her e-mail address for the purposes described above.
How long we will keep your data?
The personal data to which access is obtained will be processed and retained for as long as the user’s consent is maintained for the purpose for which they were collected.
In the event that the personal data obtained are not necessary for the fulfilment of the above purposes, Spotlab shall keep the data, duly blocked, to be made available to the competent Public Administrations, Judges and Courts or the Public Prosecutor’s Office during the period of limitation of the actions that may arise from the relationship maintained with the user and/or the conservation periods foreseen by law. Spotlab shall proceed to the physical deletion of your data once these periods have elapsed.
To whom we will disclose your data?
SpotLab cooperates with third party service providers who may have access to your personal data and who will process your personal data on behalf of and for SpotLab in the course of providing services to you.
The data that will be communicated to these third parties will be those that are essential to fulfil the aforementioned purposes. Some of these recipients may be located outside the European Union. International transfers of data outside the European Union will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the applicable data protection regulations, both at national and European level.
What are your rights when you provide us your data?
Users may, if they so wish, exercise their rights of access, rectification and deletion of data, as well as request the restriction of the processing of their personal data, object to the processing, request the portability of their data and not to be subject to automated individual decisions, by the following means:
By sending a written request to the postal address indicated above.
By sending a request to the e-mail address [*]
In both cases, the user must attach a copy of their DNI, NIF or official document that identifies them.
How have we obtained your data?
The personal data processed by SpotLab are directly provided by the user, on a voluntary basis, through the contact form made available in the “Would you like to know more?”, “Contact”, “Request demo” and “Subscribe to newsletter” sections of the website, in order to respond to requests, suggestions, complaints, demos and news that the user sends to SpotLab by this means. By sending this form, the user consents to the processing of his/her data for the purposes described above.
Before which authority can you exercise your claims?
As the owner of the data provided, the user may at any time exercise the rights of access, rectification, suppression, limitation of processing, opposition to processing, portability, as well as not being subject to automated individual decisions and/or revoking the consent granted, by sending their request to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org, accrediting their identity (ID card or equivalent accrediting document).
On the other hand, you may complain to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (competent supervisory authority in this area), by writing to the address C/ Jorge Juan, 6, 28002 – Madrid or via the website:https://www.agpd.es.