Who is the data controller for processing your data?
- Identity of the data controller: FERRER INTERNACIONAL (hereinafter, “FERRER”) with Tax Identification Code A-08041162
- Address: Avenida Diagonal, nº 549, 5ª Planta, 08029, Barcelona (España)
- Contact e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For what purpose will we process your data and what is the basis for its processing?
FERRER will process your personal data for the following purposes:
- Contact form: To manage, evaluate and monitoring your communication, inquiries, and comments. This may include, give response to your queries and requests.
The legal basis of processing your data is the legitimate interest on the understanding that your interests are not harmed as we are responding to your request for contact.
- Application form: In case of sending us your project, evaluate your application.
- Collaborate with us form: In case of wishing to collaborate with us, evaluate if your project can fit in one of our future challenges.
The legal basis that legitimises the processing of your data for the last two purposes is the performance of formalities at your request prior to the conclusion of a contract. FERRER needs to process your personal data to ensure that your request is analysed and/or our future collaboration can be assessed and, if necessary, carried out.
How long will we keep your personal data?
Your personal data will be kept for as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purpose for which your data was being processed. In particular, it will be processed for the purpose of responding to your request and, as soon as we have responded to your query, it will be deleted after six months.
To which recipients will the data be disclosed?
FERRER will not communicate your personal data to third parties except in compliance with the corresponding legal obligations in each case.
We also inform you that your personal data may be accessed by third parties acting in the name and on behalf of FERRER, provided that such access and data processing is essential for the provision of a specific service to FERRER. Under this scenario, these third parties may have access to your personal data exclusively for the purposes that FERRER determines in each case and, under no circumstances, for their own purposes.
What are your rights?
You may exercise the following rights at any time before FERRER in relation to your personal data: access; rectification; deletion; limitation of processing; data portability and to object.
Below, we detail what each of these rights entitles you to:
- Access: You may obtain confirmation as to whether FERRER processes your personal data, as well as consult your personal data included in FERRER’s files.
- Rectification: You may modify your personal data when they are inaccurate or complete those that are incomplete.
- Erasure: You may request the deletion of your personal data when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.
- Object: You may request that your personal data not be processed. FERRER will stop processing the data, except for the existence of compelling legitimate reasons or the exercise or defence of possible claims.
- Restrict of processing: You may request the limitation of the processing of your data in the following cases:
- While the accuracy of your data is being challenged;
- When the processing is considered unlawful, as the interested party you may oppose the deletion of your data and request the limitation of its use;
- When FERRER does not need to process your data, but you need them for the exercise or defence of claims;
- When you have objected to the processing of your data for the fulfilment of a public interest mission or for the satisfaction of a legitimate interest, the limitation will take place while it is being verified whether the legitimate reasons for the processing prevail over yours.
- Portability: You may receive, in electronic format, the personal data you have provided to us and those obtained from our relationship, as well as transmit them to another responsible entity.
The exercise of these rights will be free of charge provided that they are not exercised in a manifestly unfounded or excessive manner.
Last revision: August 2023