In accordance with the provisions of the European General Data Protection Regulations (EU GDPR), the personal data provided will be processed by Bunker Seguridad Electrónica, S.L., holder of VAT No. (CIF) B62851712, for the purpose of managing the relationship with the customer and the billing and collection of our services. The provision of data for this purpose is obligatory, otherwise the provision of the service and compliance with the contract will be impeded. The contact details of this company are as follows: Calle Arboleda, 18 Nave 9, 28031 – Madrid, Phone: 913316313, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The data will be processed on the basis of the legal-contractual relationship maintained between the parties and will be preserved for the entire duration of the contract. Once this relationship has ended, if applicable, the data may be stored for the time required by the applicable legislation and until any liabilities arising from the contract expire.
For the indicated purpose, your data would be transferred to the competent Public Administrations, in the cases provided for by law and for the purposes defined therein, and to the financial entities through which the management of collections and payments is articulated.
Likewise, the data will be processed for the sending of commercial communications about our services, unless you express your wish to the contrary by any means. In any case, the authorisation to process your data for this purpose is voluntary and your refusal would only result in you not receiving commercial offers from our services. The data for the sending of commercial communications of our services will be kept indefinitely, until, where appropriate, you express your willingness to remove them.
The rights of access, rectification, suppression, limitation, portability and objection can be exercised by writing, enclosing a copy of your ID card, to the contact address (both physical and electronic) mentioned above. In the event of any possible violation of your rights, you can file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
In case third-party data has been provided, it is a responsibility of the person who has provided the data to inform them of all the provisions of this clause and, specifically, of the provisions of Article 14 of the General Data Protection Regulation as well as to obtain their prior consent for this purpose.