Data Protection Policy
In accordance with compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, we inform you that:
The website www.movilges.com is owned by MOVILGES INTERSOFT, S.L., (hereinafter Movilges), with address at Calle Pollensa, nº 2, edificio Apolo, Oficina 9, CP 28290, Las Rozas de Madrid, with CIF nº B855277534, registered in the mercantile registry of Madrid.
You can contact the owner of the website at:
C/ Pollensa, nº2, edificio Apolo, Oficina 9, CP 28290, Las Rozas de Madrid
Email address: email@example.com
Telephone: +34 916 400 102
Responsible for the treatment
The person responsible for the file or treatment is the person and body that decides on the purpose, content and use of the processing of personal data. The data controller is Movilges Intersoft, S.L.
Processing of data collected in the forms
Movilges treats the information provided through the forms in order to provide applicants with the required information, as well as the communication of services, products or invitation to events, which according to the preferences indicated may be of interest to them. The data provided will be kept until the interested party exercises their right of cancellation.
Processing of candidate data
Movilges treats the information you provide us with in order to keep candidates informed of the different vacancies for a job that may occur in the organization. The data provided will be kept until the award of a job or until the candidate exercises his right of cancellation. Candidates have the right to access their personal data, rectify inaccurate data or request its deletion when the data is no longer necessary. The data will not be transferred to third parties.
Rights of data subjects
The holder must prove by means of DNI or similar his identity to be able to exercise the rights that are collected here. To exercise these rights, you must contact the person responsible for processing them by email or certified post.
Right of access
Data subjects may exercise this right at intervals of 12 months without the need for the owner of the personal data to claim any justification. It may be exercised in shorter periods when a legitimate interest is invoked. The information provided will include the basic data of the affected party and those resulting from any processing or computer process, as well as the origin of the data, the assignees thereof and the specification of the specific uses and purposes for which the data were stored. The request must be resolved within one month of its receipt and satisfied within ten days of notification of the decision.
Right to rectification
The owner must indicate the data that is erroneous and the correction that must be made and must be accompanied by the supporting documentation of the requested rectification, unless it depends exclusively on the consent of the interested party. The rectification must be made effective within ten days.
Right of cancellation
It requires indicating whether it revokes the consent granted, in cases where the revocation proceeds, or if, on the contrary, it is an erroneous or inaccurate data, in which case it must accompany the supporting documentation. The cancellation must be dealt with within ten days. The cancellation will result in the blocking of the data, when it is necessary to keep them only available to the Public Administrations, Judges and Courts, for the attention of the possible responsibilities arising from the treatment, during the limitation period of these. Once the aforementioned period has elapsed, the deletion must be carried out.
Right to object
This right means that the owner, provided that a law does not provide otherwise, may oppose its treatment when there are well-founded and legitimate reasons relating to a specific personal situation. In this case, the person responsible for the file will exclude from the treatment the data related to the affected party. In the case of data obtained from sources accessible to the public, the owner of the personal data will have the right to oppose, upon request and without expenses, the processing of the data concerning him, in which case they will be unsubscribed from the treatment, canceling the information that appears on him in it, at his simple request.
Right to transparency and information to data subjects
Information regarding the conditions of the treatments that affect them, such as in the responses to the exercises of rights, must be provided in a concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible way, with clear and simple language.
Right to erasure
Also known as Right to be forgotten. This is the manifestation of the rights of cancellation or opposition in the online environment. This is the right to prevent the dissemination of personal information through the Internet, when its publication does not meet the requirements of adequacy and relevance provided for in the regulations.
Article 5.1.f of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) determines the need to establish adequate security guarantees against unauthorized or unlawful processing against loss of personal data, destruction or accidental damage.
Movilges undertakes to establish technical and organizational measures in order to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of personal data and the possibility of demonstrating that these measures have been put into practice.
For more information on the conditions of use of the website, consult the legal notice.