1. Protection of design data: the person responsible for the treatment applies both at the time when the means of treatment are identified and at the time of the treatment itself, with appropriate technical and organisational measures such as pseudonymization; effective application of the principles of data protection, such as minimisation of data, and integration of the necessary safeguards into the treatment.
2. Standard data protection: the controller shall apply the appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure that, by default, only the personal data necessary for each of the specific purposes of the treatment are processed.
3. Data protection in the information life cycle: the measures ensuring the protection of personal data shall apply throughout the information life cycle.
4. Legality, loyalty and transparency: personal data will be treated in a lawful, loyal and transparent manner towards the data subject.
5. Purpose limitation: personal data will be collected for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes and will not be further processed in a way incompatible with those purposes.
6. Data minimisation: personal data are adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purposes for which they are processed.
7. Accuracy: personal data shall be accurate and, if necessary, updated; all reasonable steps shall be taken to ensure that personal data which are inaccurate as to the purposes for which they are processed are immediately erased or rectified.
8. Limitation of the retention period: personal data shall be maintained in such a way that the identification of interested parties is no longer necessary than for the purposes of processing the personal data.
9. Integrity and confidentiality: personal data shall be treated in such a way as to ensure adequate security of personal data, including protection against unauthorised or illegal
treatment and against loss, destruction or accidental damage, by the application of measures which are technically or organisationally reasonable.
10. Information and training: one of the keys to ensuring the protection of personal data is the training and information made available to the staff involved in the processing. During the information lifecycle, all employees who have access to the data are conveniently trained and informed of their obligations to comply with data protection rules.
This policy will be reviewed by the management of the WESENBERG GROUP SL as often as it deems necessary in order to adapt to the regulations at all times.
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Your data security
Information in accordance with data protection regulations
In Europe and Spain there are data protection regulations for the protection of your personal data, which are obligatory for our entity.
Therefore, it is very important that we understand exactly what we will do with the personal information we request.
So we will be transparent and give you control over your data, with simple language and clear options that will allow you to decide what we will do with your personal data.
Please, if you have any questions after reading this information, please contact us.
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Who we are
Our name: WESENBERG GROUP SL
Our CIF / NIF: B16642324
Our main activity: REAL ESTATE
Our address: Can Toni den Pere KM 14, 07830 San José de Sa Talaia, Balearic Islands Our contact telephone: +34 971 052 716
Our contact e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Our website: http://www.wesenberg-realestate.com
For your confidence and security we inform you that we are an entity registered in the following commercial and business register:
Our main activity is subject to a prior administrative authorisation system. For your trust and security, we provide you with the information about this permit and the identification of the competent authority of our supervision:
Administrative authorisation: the body responsible for our supervision:
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What will we use your data for?
In general, your personal information will be used to interact with you and provide our services.
It may also be used for other activities such as sending advertisements or promoting our activities.
Why do we need to use your information?
Your personal information is necessary to interact with you and provide our services. In this context, we provide you with a number of boxes that allow you to make clear and simple choices about the use of your personal information.
Who knows the information we ask?
In general, only our unit's staff, who are duly authorised, can be aware of the information we request.
Similarly, the entities that need access to it may have knowledge of your personal information so that we can provide our services. For example, our bank will know your details if payment for our services is made by card or bank transfer.
Similarly, the public or private bodies to which we are obliged to make your personal data available will be aware of your data as a result of compliance with the law. By way of example, the Tax Act obliges us to provide the tax authorities with certain information on economic activities that exceed a certain amount.
In the event that, apart from the above assumptions, we need to disclose your personal information to other companies, we will ask for your prior consent through clear options that will allow you to decide in this regard.
How will we protect your information?
We protect your information with effective security measures based on the risks of using your information.
Will we send your information to other countries?
There are countries in the world that are safe for your information and others that are not. For example, the European Union is a secure environment for your data. Our policy is not to send your personal data to a country that is not secure from the point of view of protecting your data.
In the event that it is important for the provision of the service to send your data to a country that is not as secure as Spain, we will always request your permission in advance and apply effective security measures that reduce the risk of transmitting your data. Employees moving to another country.
How long will we keep your data?
We will retain your data during our relationship and as long as the law requires us to do so.