- Owner: Multilingual Education Development & Support (which operates under the brand name CONVERSASPAIN)
- Corporate Address: 1309 Coffeen Avenue STE 1200, Sheridan, WY 82801
- EIN: 32-0601695
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Data protection officer
- Tomas Dawid
The personal information provided to us via the form on the contact page of www.conversaspain.com (hereinafter the “Website”) will be incorporated into a data file owned by Multilingual Education Development & Support (hereinafter “CONVERSASPAIN”) and will be maintained by the same.
The purpose of this file is to manage CONVERSASPAIN’ relationship with the users of the Website and to provide them with the information that they request. In the case that users also request to receive the Newsletter, we will manage their subscription.
The information provided in data collection forms is voluntary. Nonetheless, if it is not provided, we will not be able to provide a service. It is your responsibility to keep your information up-to-date so that it remains accurate. Any false or inaccurate statement produced as a consequence of the data provided, as well as the damages that such information could cause CONVERSASPAIN, is the responsibility of the user.
The personal information provided will be kept so long as its deletion is not requested for up to 6 years.
The legal basis for the processing of your information is your consent.
CONVERSASPAIN will only give access to your personal information to those employees that require it due to the activities they carry out as part of the services purchased. Likewise, your personal information will be transferred, by international data transfers by CONVERSASPAIN, to public administrations, private entities, or professional collaborators that provide services for these programs, with which CONVERSASPAIN has signed a corresponding personal information processing agreement.
All users have the right to obtain confirmation of whether CONVERSASPAIN is processing personal information that concerns them.
Those interested in doing so have the right to access their personal information, as well as to request the rectification of inaccurate information, or, when applicable, to request its deletion when, among other reasons, this information is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected.
Under certain circumstances, the parties in question will be permitted to request the restriction of the processing of their personal information, in which case this information will only be conserved in order to exercise or defend any claim.
Under certain circumstances, and for reasons related to their particular situation, the parties in question will be permitted to oppose the processing of their personal information. CONVERSASPAIN will cease to process information, except in the case there are compelling legitimate grounds, or for defending against potential claims.
Users can exercise the aforementioned rights at any time by sending a written request to the following email address: email@example.com . In order to process the request, it will be necessary to verify the user’s identity. Therefore, this written request must include the user’s full name, the petition in which the request is stated, address for the purpose of notifications, date, signature, and a photocopy of an ID card or another valid identification document. The exercise of these rights will by no means affect access to the webpage.
If you believe that there is a problem with the way in which CONVERSASPAIN is processing your information, you can direct your claims to the corresponding data protection agency. As your data will be sent to entities in Spain, for more information you can access the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
7. Protection of the personal information of minors
CONVERSASPAIN does not foresee processing the personal information of minors. Under all circumstances, the collection of personal information from minors will only be permitted in cases in which the minors are over the age of 14 and grant their express consent. Under this age, they must have the authorization of their parents or legal guardians