PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
It is important that you read this clause carefully as it contains information on what personal data we request and the processing that we will carry out with it, including transfers to third parties.
What personal data do we need?
Since you contact TIER99, either because you request information about our services or because you want to be our client, we need to process your personal data. In general, we will need to process your identification, contact, location data, data related to your personal and professional profile.
Special categories of personal data are not processed (these are data that reveal ethnic or racial origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical convictions, trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data aimed at unequivocally identifying a natural person, data relating to health or data relating to the sexual life or sexual orientation of a natural person).
Likewise, your personal data must be true, complete, exact and up-to-date, so any change in them must be communicated without delay. This is of special relevance in the case of changes of address, email address or contact telephone number, since TIER99 can send you communications of your interest that are fully valid and effective if they are made to the addresses that you have provided us. TIER99 reserves the right to update your data with information obtained from sources other than you in cases where the regulations authorize it.
How do we obtain your personal data?
You will have provided them directly or we will have accessed them as a result of your queries, requests or contracts with TIER99.
In some cases, and always within the scope of the type of services we provide, we may collect data about you that may be provided by third parties (for example, access to financial data in other entities) and obtained from other sources, provided that you have given us given their consent for this assumption and for this purpose. In the event that you provide the data of a second party involved in contracting a service, we will treat them in the manner indicated in this information.
Who is responsible for the processing of your personal data?
TIER99 SL, with registered office at Carretera Reial nº 106 – 08960 Sant Just Desvern.
Why do we process your personal data and what do we rely on to do so?
At TIER99 we process the information provided by interested parties for the purpose of tax and accounting, labor and legal advice, as well as sending information about services and presentation and settlement of taxes.
TIER99 will not need to access data of minors or others of special protection, unless they are necessary for the type of service that you wish to contract with TIER99, in which case the treatment will be reduced to what is strictly necessary to manage the contracted service. The processing of this data is necessary to meet your request for information or, where appropriate, for the necessary management of the requested contract and provision of the corresponding services.
The legal basis for the processing of your data is the consent of the interested party.
How long will we keep your personal data in TIER99?
We will keep your data indefinitely, as long as it is necessary for any new commercial or administrative action, unless the user requires its cancellation.
With whom do we share your personal data?
In general, data will not be transferred to third parties, except legal obligation.
Additionally, if the intervention of third-party companies or service providers is necessary for the provision of any service to which you have committed, they will act, in any case, in accordance with the instructions issued by TIER99 for the proper treatment of your data. By way of example, we refer to entities that provide document management services, computer support, etc. In all cases, we guarantee that their access to the data will be essential for the purposes commissioned by TIER99.
Data transfers to third countries?
Data transfers to third countries are not planned.
What data do we obtain through Cookies and why do we treat them?
What rights do you have when providing your data and how can you exercise them?
Along with the right to be informed of the way in which we are doing it in this clause, you have the following rights:
- Right of access to know what your data is being processed, for what purposes, their origin and if we communicate them or have communicated them to third parties;
- Right to modify your data when it is incomplete or inaccurate;
- Right to delete your data if the purpose for which you provided it has disappeared, the treatment is not lawful, or you revoke your consent and other cases provided for by law;
- Right to request the limitation of the treatment while the challenge of the accuracy of the same is verified, or understands that the treatment is illegal and opposes the deletion of the data, or TIER99 no longer needs the data, but needs them for the formulation , exercise or defense of claims, or have opposed their treatment for the satisfaction of an interest while the existence of said interest and its prevalence over theirs is verified;
- Right to portability to receive your data in a structured and commonly used electronic format and to be able to transmit it to another person in charge;
- Right not to be subject to automated individual decisions so that we do not make a decision about you based solely on the processing of your data that produces legal effects in your personal sphere or affects you in a similar way.
You can materially exercise your rights by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have given your consent for a specific purpose, you have the right to withdraw the consent granted at any time, without affecting the legality of the treatment based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.
In the event that you feel your rights have been violated regarding the protection of your personal data, especially when you have not obtained satisfaction in the exercise of your rights, you can file a claim with the competent Data Protection Control Authority through from its website: www.agpd.es