Dignity Toolkit website respects and protects the confidentiality of your data. In compliance with the provisions of European Regulation 2016/679, of June 27, of the Parliament and Council, relating to the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data (RGPD) , below we inform you about how Dignity Toolkit manages your data collected on the Dignity Toolkit website. Likewise, we will explain the possibilities you have to influence the registration and use of your personal information.
Should you have to send us your personal data, you can trust that this information will be used exclusively for the maintenance of your informative/reading relationship with Dignity Toolkit or in any of the ways indicated in these explanations.
1 COLLECTION, USE AND TREATEMENT OF DATA.
1.1 Information regarding the use of all web pages
When you visit the Dignity Toolkit website, and to enable its technical operation, the information provided by your internet provider is collected by default and automatically, such as the domains from which you visit this website, your IP address , operating system, date and time, browser type, language and settings, hyperlinks accessed from the Dignity Toolkit website, as well as your movements on that page.
a) The automated collection and processing of the user’s personal data aims to facilitate the improvement, expansion, management and provision of the services offered through the Dignity Toolkit website, the study of the use of the services by users and the sending of website news / content.
b) Dignity Toolkit will not proceed with the segmentation or categorization of users’ personal data for commercial purposes without first informing about it, guaranteeing the possibility of objecting to this treatment of the information, through the email: proteccio.dades(at)upc.edu
1.3 Use and treatment of data.
Dignity Toolkit (and, given its case, its service providers) will only keep your personal data for the time necessary for the purpose explained above or as long as it is required to comply with our legal obligations. The service providers only receive from Dignity Toolkit the information necessary for the provision of said service. If your consent is required to use your data for purposes other than those mentioned above, the use of this data will only take place if you have given your consent.
2 TRANSMISSION OF DATA TO SERVICE PROVIDERS.
Dignity Toolkit will not share the personal data you have provided to third parties.
Consult the Cookies Policy section of this website.
4 INFORMATION, MODIFICATION AND DELETION OF DATA.
On the Dignity Toolkit website you can consult, correct or delete at any time the personal data you have indicated. Likewise, you can refuse the subsequent use of this data and revoke any consents you have given us.
To this end, you will simply have to send an email to: proteccio.dades(at)upc.edu
5 LINKS TO THIRD-PARTY WEB PAGES.
The Dignity Toolkit website may contain links to other websites. If you access these sites, you will leave the Dignity Toolkit page and, with this act, the scope of this declaration of responsibility, which is not extendable to other web pages. Dignity Toolkit cannot assume any responsibility for the data protection policy or the content of other pages.
6 APPLICABLE LEGISLATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION.
a) This Dignity Toolkit Data Protection Policy, its interpretation, as well as any litigation arising from it between Dignity Toolkit and its subscribers / users will be governed by Spanish legislation.
b) By expressly waiving its jurisdiction, the parties submit to the jurisdiction of the courts and tribunals of Barcelona (Spain).