Who is responsible for processing your data?
In accordance with the stipulations of the European General Data Protection Regulation, and in compliance with the Spanish data protection act, Organic Law 15/1999, the party responsible for processing your data is Fun Providers.
What does Fun Providers use your personal data for?
Fun Providers uses your personal data to provide you, by whatever means, with the information you requested.
Why does Fun Providers use your personal data?
The legal basis allowing Fun Providers to process your personal data is the consent you have given by filling in and sending the forms provided on the website.
Who does Fun Providers share your personal data with?
Fun Providers will not pass on your data to third parties unless this is necessary to meet a legal obligation.
What are your rights when you supply us with your personal data?
|You can consult your data included in Fun Providers files.|
|You can change your personal data where they are inaccurate.|
|You can ask for your personal data to be deleted.|
|You can ask for your personal data not to be processed.|
|You can receive, in electronic form, the personal data you supplied to Fun Providers, and pass them on to another organisation.|
|You can ask for the processing of your data to be limited:If a query as to the inaccuracy of your data is confirmed,|
If processing is illicit and you object to the deletion of your data,
If Fun Providers does not need to process your data but you need them to make or oppose claims,
If you objected to the processing of your data to perform a function in the public interest or in pursuit of a legitimate interest, while determining whether the legitimate reasons for processing prevail over your objection.
To exercise these rights, simply write to Fun Providers or send an e-mail requesting the said information, correction or deletion to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org including your first name, surname(s), photocopy of your identity document and email address.
Furthermore, you can withdraw the consent you have given at any time, without this affecting the lawfulness of the previous processing of your data, by sending an application to email@example.com specifying the subject “WITHDRAWAL OF CONSENT”. To exercise your rights and withdraw your consent you must send a copy of your identity card or other document proving your identity.
In any case, you can lodge a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.agpd.es) or any other competent authority.