Responsible for the Treatment
In terms of data protection. It must be considered Responsible for the Treatment, in relation to the files / treatments that it manages.
The following are the identifying details of the owner of this website:
Responsible for the treatment:
ABICA GRAN VIA S.L.
CIF: B-05289988 Postal address: c / Florida 14, bajo, 15001, A Coruña.
The personal data that is requested, where appropriate, will consist only of those strictly essential to identify and respond to the request made by the owner of the same, hereinafter the interested party. Said information will be treated in a fair, lawful and transparent manner in relation to the interested party. On the other hand, personal data will be collected for specific explicit and legitimate purposes, not being further processed in a manner incompatible with said purposes.
The data collected from each interested party will be adequate, pertinent and not excessive in relation to the corresponding purposes for each case, and will be updated whenever necessary.
The owner of the data will be informed, prior to the collection of their data, of the general points regulated in this policy so that they can give express, precise and unequivocal consent for the processing of their data, in accordance with the following aspects.
Purposes of the treatment
The explicit purposes for which each of the treatments are carried out are included in the information clauses incorporated in each of the data collection channels (web forms, paper forms, voiceovers or posters and information notes).
The purposes according to the stakeholder groups are the following:
Legitimation for data processing
Customers: execution of a contract, for the provision of the service; Pre-contractual measures in the case of reservations and consent for the management of marketing actions by electronic means.
Suppliers: execution of a contract.
Human resources: the execution of the contract-legal obligations and the consent / pre-contractual measures in the case of the management of candidates / curriculum vitae, depending on whether the candidate presents their CV spontaneously or if they have presented it motivated by a special call, respectively.
Video surveillance: public interest for the physical protection and security of people and property.
Marketing: User consent.
Contact management: legitimate interest.
Reservation Management: pre-contractual measures.
Recipients, international data transfers and profiling
As a general rule, the data will not be transferred or communicated to third parties, except those legally required, for example:
Customers, suppliers, human resources (except CV management): Financial entities, public administrations.
Video surveillance: Administration of justice and State Security Forces and Bodies.
No international data transfers are made and no profiles will be created.
The information collected from the interested party will be kept as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purpose for which the personal data were collected, without prejudice to the deadlines that are legally determined:
Customers: as long as the contractual relationship is maintained, without prejudice to the legal deadlines.
Suppliers: as long as the contractual relationship is maintained, without prejudice to the legal deadlines
Human resources: the data will be kept as long as the employment relationship is in force, without prejudice to the deadlines indicated by current regulations.
Video surveillance: one month from its filming.
Marketing: as long as the withdrawal of the user’s consent is not recorded.
Contact management: the data will be kept as long as the contact of interest is providing services in the organisation.
Reservation Management: while the request is being managed.
CV Management: one year.
For information purposes, the legal terms of conservation of the information in relation to different matters are set out below:
|Documentation of a labour nature or related to social security||4 years||Article 21 of Royal Legislative Decree 5/2000, of August 4, which approves the revised text of the Law on Infractions and Sanctions in the Social Order|
|Accounting and tax documentation for commercial purposes||6 years||Art. 30 Commercial Code|
|Accounting and tax documentation for tax purposes||4 years||Articles 66 to 70 General Tax Law|
|Building access control||1 month||Instruction 1/1996 of the AEPD|
|Video surveillance||1 month||Instruction 1/2006 of the AEPD
Organic Law 4/1997
In relation to the browsing data that can be processed through the website, in the event that data subject to the regulations is collected, it is recommended to consult the Cookies Policy published on our website.
Rights of the interested parties
The regulations on data protection grant a series of rights to the interested parties.
These rights that assist those interested are the following:
Interested parties are reminded that, if consent has been given, it may be revoked at any time, said revocation not affecting the legality of the treatment prior to withdrawal.
Interested parties may exercise the indicated rights, by writing, sent to Calle c / Florida 14, bajo, 15001, A Coruña or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org clearly indicating the right to be exercised.
Your request will be dealt with as soon as possible and considering the deadlines provided in the regulations on data protection.
On the other hand, it should be borne in mind that the interested party or owner of the data may at any time file a claim with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection:
Phones: 901 100 099/912 663 517. Postal Address: C/ Jorge Juan, 6 28001-Madrid Sede Electrónica: https://sedeagpd.gob.es/sede-electronica-web/