Trading Name: ESPACIO 50
Registered Office: Av. Ortega y Gasset, 124, 2-9. 29006 Malaga
Tax ID: B-92381565
Telephone: 952 34 15 55
Fax: 952 31 49 76
Entered in the Companies Register: 1/2002/28.303,0
Pursuant to the terms of Organic Personal Data Protection Act 15/1999 (the Data Act) and the regulations developing this, the party responsible for the website, in accordance with the terms of Articles 5 and 6 of the Data Act, informs all users of the website providing or intending to provide their personal data, that these will be incorporated in an automated filing system duly registered with the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
By marking the box, users expressly and freely and unequivocally agree to their personal data being processed by the provider in order to fulfil the following functions:
The provider declares and expressly guarantees to users that their personal data will under no circumstances be transferred to third party companies, and that wherever any type of personal data transfer would be possible, express, informed and unequivocal consent would first be requested of the owners.
All data requested via the website are mandatory, as they are required in order to offer users an optimal service. In the event that not all data are provided, the provider cannot guarantee that the information and services offered will fully comply with the users' needs.
The provider in all cases guarantees that users may exercise the right of access, correction, cancellation, information and objection, under the terms set out in the legislation in force. As a result, pursuant to Organic Personal Data Protection Act 15/1999 (the Data Act), users may exercise their rights by sending an express request, together with a copy of their ID card, via the following channels:
Fax: 952 31 49 76
Post: Av. Ortega y Gasset, 124, 2-9. 29006 Malaga
Users may likewise unsubscribe at any time from the subscription services provided by clicking on the unsubscribe section of all emails sent out by the provider.
The provider has furthermore adopted all technical and organisational measures required in order to guarantee the security and integrity of the personal data in question, and to prevent loss, alteration, and/or unauthorised access by third parties.
The provider, on its own account, or through a third party contracted to provide measurement services, may employ cookies when a user browses the website. Cookies are files sent to the browser by means of a web server, in order to record the user's activities during the browsing period.
The cookies employed by the website are associated only with an anonymous user and his/her computer, and do not in themselves provide any personal data on the user.
Users are able to configure their browser to receive a notification when cookies are received, and to prevent them from being installed on their device. Please consult the instructions and manuals for your browser for further information in this regard.
In order to use the website, users need not allow the installation of cookies sent by the website, or the third party acting in its name, although it may be necessary for users to log on as such in each case for those services the provision of which requires prior registration or login.
The cookies employed on this website are in all cases temporary, and serve solely for the purpose of achieving more effective subsequent transfer. Cookies will under no circumstances be used to gather personal information.
The website servers may automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the User. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet. All this information is recorded in a duly registered server activity filing system which can subsequently process data in order to obtain purely statistical measurements which serve to establish the number of page views, the number of visits to web services, the order of visits, the point of access, etc.
The Website makes use of information security techniques which are generally accepted within the industry, such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms, all of which are intended to avoid unauthorised access to data. In order to achieve these ends, users/clients accept that the provider may obtain data for the purposes of the corresponding authentication of access controls.