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1. Who is responsible for the treatment of your data?
The party responsible for the treatment of your personal data is TEXTILES Y CONFECCIONES BROWNIE, S.L., (hereinafter, "BROWNIE"), with Tax I.D. B-64713894, and with registered office at Carrer Neptú 14, 08006, Barcelona.
The User may contact BROWNIE through the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. What legitimate reason does BROWNIE have to process your data?
BROWNIE has a legitimate reason to process your data in order to be able to provide its services.
BROWNIE takes the protection of your privacy and personal data very seriously. Therefore, your personal data is kept secure and treated with the utmost care.
3. What are BROWNIE's purposes for treating your personal data?
Your personal data collected by BROWNIE may be used for the following purposes:
(i)The provision of Services offered on the Website.
(ii)To send profiled commercial communications from BROWNIE about its services by letter, telephone, email, SMS/MMS, push notifications or by other similar means of electronic communication providing that the User has consented to the treatment of their personal data for this purpose.
Furthermore, the User consents to the treatment of their data for the creation of profiles, as well as the segmentation of their data. The above mentioned treatments can be used for the purpose of analysis and creation of statistics to understand the frequency and use of the Website by the Users, and to determine their tastes and preferences to send out promotional information based on their interests.
Nevertheless, the User can withdraw their consent, in any commercial and advertising communication they receive, at any time, by notifying the following email address email@example.com or by letter addressed to TEXTILES Y CONFECCIONES BROWNIE S.L., to the registered address at Carrer Neptú 14, 08006, Barcelona.
4. Veracity of data provided by the Users
The User ensures that the personal data they provide is true and undertakes to communicate any change in their data to BROWNIE. The User will be responsible, at all times, for the veracity of data provided. BROWNIE reserves the right to exclude any User that has provided false information from the Services they have subscribed to, without prejudice to further legal action that may be taken.
5. Retention of data
The personal information provided will be retained by BROWNIE, (provided that the User does not express their wish to unsubscribe from BROWNIE's services), for the purpose of receiving product information from the company.
6. User rights on their information
The User has the right to (i) access their personal data, as well as (ii) request the correction of inaccurate data or, if applicable, request its (iii) deletion, (iv) request a restriction on the treatment of their data, (v) object to the treatment of their data and (vi) request that it be transferred. In addition, the User might exercise their (vii) right to be forgotten.
The User might exercise all these right at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org, stating the reason for their request and attaching a copy of their Identity Document, with the aim of preventing third parties from having improper access to their personal data.
The User can also send a request by postal mail to the following address:
TEXTILES Y CONFECCIONES BROWNIE, S.L.
Carrer Neptú 14
Notwithstanding any other administrative procedure or legal action, the User shall have the right to submit a claim before the Supervisory Authority, and in particular in the member State where they usually reside, have their place of work, or location where the infringement occurred, in the event that they consider that the treatment of their personal data does not conform to the regulations, or they feel dissatisfied in their ability to exercise their rights. The supervisory authority to whom the claim is made will inform the claimant about the course and outcome of their claim.
7. Security of data
The protection of the User's privacy and personal data is very important to BROWNIE. Therefore, BROWNIE makes its best efforts to prevent your data from being used inappropriately, by only permitting access to the data by authorised personnel.
BROWNIE maintains levels of personal data protection security in accordance with the applicable legislation and has developed all the technical means available to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorised access and theft of information that the User submits through the Website. Nevertheless, the User is advised that Internet security measures are not infallible.
BROWNIE undertakes to fulfil its obligations to secrecy and confidentiality regarding personal data in accordance with the applicable legislation, in addition to ensuring that the data is processed securely during international data transfers or assignments, which may occur if appropriate.
For those services where the User needs to register, they must choose a password. The User is responsible for keeping their password secret, as well as all activities that occur in the initiated session under their user name and password. The User undertakes to notify BROWNIE as soon as possible of the non-authorised use of their User name and/or password or any other security failing. BROWNIE shall not be liable for any loss or damages that could arise from non-compliance with this obligation by the User.
9. Links to web pages
The BROWNIE Website contains links to the web pages of third party companies and bodies.
11. Acceptance and Consent