policy is governed by current legislation on the protection of personal data and the Act on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce.
1. Use and processing of personal data
In accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, on the Protection of Personal Data (hereinafter LOPD), BALDER Business Intelligence informs you that the personal data by you,
provided, as well as the data accessible after browsing, will be incorporated into the automated files of BALDER Business Intelligence.
BALDER Business Intelligence may collect information from users through this website by any of the following means:
– Information provided by the user himself via contact addresses (e-mail).
– Registration process for certain services provided on the website.
Personal identifying information will be used exclusively to respond to your requests and to provide you with information about BALDER Business Intelligence.
In turn, it can be used for other purposes, but on condition that it is requested beforehand and that its express and specific consent is obtained.
The data you provide will be used exclusively to provide you with information services in the area for which they were requested, allowing the registration data to be updated in the event that you do not wish
to receive further information, or modify the content thereof.
BALDER Business Intelligence processes personal information in strict compliance with the legislation on Personal Data, in particular Organic Law 15/1999, Protection of Personal Data, and RD 1720/2007.
In this sense, all personal data collected will be incorporated into the files recorded in the General Data Protection Register on behalf of BALDER Business Intelligence, respecting all the established obligations,
in particular with regard to compliance with the principles of information and consent.
In addition, BALDER Business Intelligence has in place, in accordance with the Security Measures Regulations, security and operating policies and procedures to protect your personal information against
loss, misuse, modification or destruction, involuntary, while maintaining confidentiality.
In cases where it is necessary to fill out a form (registration for seminars or events), or send an e-mail
(contact: email@example.com) and click on the send button, its realization will necessarily involve that he has been informed (under Article 5 of LOPD) and, where applicable, has given his consent (under Article 6
Thus, each time BALDER Business Intelligence asks you for personal data, it will include the corresponding legal clause and a link (link) linked to this Policy in order to share with you your rights and obligations established in the Organic Law on Data Protection (LOPD) and Law of Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE).
2. Exercise of rights: access, rectification, cancellation and opposition
The natural persons who have provided their data to BALDER Business Intelligence may contact it, in its capacity as person in charge of the file, in order to be able to exercise free of charge their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition concerning the data included in your files. Given the confidentiality of the information, you, will not be able to exercise its rights by telephone, because this
means does not allow proving its identity as holder of the recorded data. The interested party may exercise their rights by written communication addressed to BALDER Business Intelligence at the following address: ATTN: LOPD Manager. Paseo de la Castellana nº 95, C.P. 28046 (Madrid), with the
following reference in his letter: “Exercise of rights” (with his written and signed request, he must certify his personality by bringing a photocopy of his National Identity Document (D.N.I.).
BALDER Business Intelligence reserves the right to modify its Confidentiality Policy, according to its own criteria, or motivated by a doctrinal change of the Spanish Protection Agency of Data, legislative or