1. Identity and address of the file where their data is located. In accordance with the applicable regulations regarding the protection of personal data in force in Spain, we inform you that the information you provide to us (i) to contact us to inquire about our services, or (ii) to effect us any kind complaints or suggestions will be incorporated into the relevant files, previously registered or discharged to the Data Protection Agency, which is the owner and responsible VISUAL champions. S.L., with CIF B-85227684 and domiciled in C / Sanchez Pacheco 73, 28002 (Madrid) (hereinafter and indistinctly “champions” or the “File”).In any case, in case of data entered through any kind of electronic form published by champions on the web, please read carefully the terms of the Data Protection clause specifically established for that form, which may consult therefrom.2. Purpose of the processing of their data.The treatment of the collected data is to:
• In the case of requests for information, to properly accommodate your request.
• In the case of transfer of complaints or suggestions, to communicate with you. To provide appropriate explanations or clarifications.3. Rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition. Champions informs you that you., As owner of the data may at any time freely exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition under the terms established in the current legislation, by writing to the File at home expressed in paragraph 1 of this privacy policy, enclosing a photocopy of your ID.4. Security.

The File Manager has adopted the legally required security measures in its facilities, systems and files in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation on Security Measures approved by Royal Decree 994/1999 of June 11, according to the sensitivity of the data you provide.
Also, the File Manager guarantees the confidentiality of the data, but reveal to the public authorities such data and other information in its possession or accessible through its systems if required to do so under the laws and regulations applicable.5. Principle of data quality.

The File Manager ensures maintaining the quality of the data you provide, ensuring that they are adequate, relevant and not excessive for the legitimate purpose of processing.Meanwhile, users guarantee and respond, in any case, the veracity, accuracy, validity and authenticity of personal data provided, pledging to keep them updated.In the event that our policy of data protection were to vary as a result of legislative changes or emanating criteria of Spanish Data Protection Agency, it would be duly informed of any changes that may be necessary to introduce to comply with current regulations.



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