Legal notice

 

With this Privacy Policy we comply with current legislation on data protection and information society services and electronic commerce. CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE ESTUDIOS EN GENÉTICA HUMANA, S.L.(hereinafter CIDEGEN) with CIF B-05237292 and address at C/ Antonio Ponz, 38-50, B5, 37005, SALAMANCA (SPAIN) processes your personal data when you provide them to us through: https://cidegen.com/, hereinafter, the Website.

The data you provide us when browsing the Web will be under the application of this Privacy Policy, together with other Terms of Use of the Website, where they exist. The privacy policy may be modified, but it is your responsibility to read it periodically, as it will apply to the one that is in force at the time of use of the Website.

The owner of the Website cannot assume any responsibility arising from the incorrect, inappropriate or unlawful use of the information provided on the Internet pages of the Owner of the Website. With the limits set by law, The Owner of the Website assumes no responsibility arising from the lack of veracity, completeness, updating and accuracy of the data or information contained in its internet pages

Links to the websites of other companies appear on our pages and although they are periodically monitored, THE OWNER OF THE WEB, has no control over them, so it is not responsible for the content of such web pages, nor for the “links” that may appear on those sites. The connection that the user makes from this website to any other, will have its own risk and responsibility

The texts, images, logo, brands, sounds, animations, software and other content included in this website are the property of THE OWNER OF THE WBE or its licensors. Any act of trnsmission, distribution, transfer, reproduction, storage or public communication in whole or in part, must have the express consent of THE OWNER OF THE WEB. All trade names, trademarks or different signs of any kind contained in the web pages of THE OWNER OF THE WEB are the property of their owners and are protected by law.

  1. RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR DATA, WHO ARE WE? Registro Mercantil de Salamanca tomo 442, folio 58, hoja SA-15140, inscripción 3

CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE ESTUDIOS EN GENÉTICA HUMANA, S.L. with CIF B-05237292 registered in the Commercial Registry of Salamanca volume 442, folio 58, sheet SA-15140, inscription 3 and address at C/ Antonio Ponz, 38-50, B5, 37005, SALAMANCA (SPAIN) is responsible for the processing of your personal data and we are dedicated to the provision of specialized analysis management services for the conduct of molecular and genetic studies to support clinical diagnosis through Immunohistochemistry techniques, In situ hybridization and Molecular biology.

If you need it you can contact us at info@cidegen.com or by phone (+34) 923 06 50 56.

  1. PRIVACY PRINCIPLES AND COMMITMENTS

Principle of lawfulness, loyalty and transparency: We will ask you for consent for the processing of personal data for the different purposes of which we inform you transparently when necessary. We will not send marketing communications unless you ask us to. We do not offer or sell personal data.

Principle of data minimization: You will only be asked for personal data strictly necessary to carry out the contractual relationship and for the defined purposes.

Principle of limitation of the retention period: Personal data will be kept for the necessary time depending on the purpose. The legal minimum, where available, or 2 years from the last use, will be maintained as long as you have not used your right of cancellation previously.

Principle of integrity and confidentiality: The data will be treated with adequate security and ensuring total confidentiality and safeguarding. We take all precautions to prevent unauthorized access.

  1. WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE COLLECT ON THE WEBSITE?

On the Website we may collect the following personal data.

  • Data that can identify the user: name, email and phone; and other data such as the IP address of the computer or mobile device, as well as the information we obtain through cookies. For more information see the cookie policy (collected at the bottom of this notice).
  1. HOW IS DATA COLLECTED? WHAT ARE THE PURPOSES OF TREATMENT?

You should read the privacy policy before you start browsing the Web. You are responsible for ensuring that the Personal Data you provide to us is true and accurate, and for communicating any changes therein. 

We may collect or receive your data through our websites, forms, using cookies, always by the interested user and by consent in the cases applicable.

The legal basis for the processing of your Personal Data may be: 

User consent

  • The legitimate interest of CIDEGEN in order to offer you the service of attention to the interested party (reply to user requirements) and allow the operation of our websites through technical and functional cookies.

Compliance with legal obligations involving the processing of personal data

  • In the form, the required fields are indicated by asterisks. The data we request is necessary to provide the service you have requested (Customer Service).

Summary table of the collection and processing of your personal data: 

Purpose of treatment Legal basis for processing data Personal data collected Obtención de los datos Access to personal data collected
Maintenance of updated suppression lists to avoid being contacted if you request it. Legal obligation: The GDPR enables us to keep your details on a suppression list, if you have asked us not to send you any more commercial communications. Name and phone number.

Email address.

Commercial communications. 

If there were

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Service providers who have access:

They provide US with IT services, such as web platform, hosting, maintenance and support in databases, software, etc. or that provide us with digital services and web analysis and search engine.

Allow the operation of our site through technical and functional cookies including:

Proper display.

Improvement of our website.

Ensure that the website is secure and protected.

Legitimate interest: To ensure that we provide you with a website, that it works properly and that it continuously improves cookies that are essential to the operation of our website, are used to keep our website safe Data related to the use of the Website.

Data related to the website you come from.

Pages you visited.

Products you are looking for. Location.

Duration of your visit.

Technical information: IP address, browser information, device information.

A unique identifier granted to each visitor and the expiration date of that identifier.

Information collected by cookies or similar technologies as part of your browsing on the CIDEGEN website

For information on specific cookies hosted on a particular website, please refer to our Cookies Policy (collected at the bottom of this notice).

Service providers with access to your data:

They provide US with IT services, such as web platform, hosting, maintenance and support in databases, software, etc. or that provide us with digital services, CRM and web analysis and search engine.

Consumer service including:

Answer any questions you may ask us through our website

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Legitimate Interest: Respond to your requests and questions regarding our products and services. First name – surname;

Phone number.

Email address.

Other information you share with us about you regarding your inquiry.

Information collected when you contact us. Service providers with access to your data:

They provide US with IT services, such as web platform, hosting, maintenance and support in databases, software, etc. or that provide us with digital services, CRM and web analysis and search engine.

  1. DO WE TRANSFER YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

Personal data may be processed by reliable processors (third parties) on behalf of CIDEGEN With each of the processors, privacy and confidentiality contracts are signed in compliance with current regulations on the protection of Data. Providing only information necessary for the provision of the service and demanding a commitment of non-improper use. Your data will also be transferred when there is any legal obligation.

  1. LINKS TO THIRD PARTY SITES

Our website may have links that lead to other websites on our social networks. When following one of these links you must take into account the privacy policies of each of the website you access, so we are not responsible for them. Review those policies before sending personal data to these websites

  1. SOCIAL NETWORKS AND CONTENT GENERATED BY THE USER

Any content you submit to our social networks is public and be viewed by anyone, so we recommend that you take special care when giving personal data, as we are not responsible for the actions of users. From CIDEGEN we recommend that you do not provide any personal information

  1. HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

According to the principle of limiting the retention period, personal data is only retained for as long as we need it for the purpose described in each case, to meet your needs or to comply with our legal obligations. The personal data provided will be kept as long as the relationship is maintained and does not request the deletion of the same, will be kept in accordance with the legal deadlines established, where it exists, or two years from the last use thereof. When we no longer need to use your personal data, it will be removed from our databases

  1. YOUR RIGHTS 

The data subject may exercise the following rights:

I. Right to information and transparency: You have the right to receive clear, complete, transparent and easy-to-understand information about how we use your personal data and about your rights. You have such information in this Policy.

II. Right of access: You have the right to access the personal data we hold your own (with certain limits). You should know that a reasonable fee may be charged to cover the administrative costs incurred that this may result. Unfounded, excessive or repetitive applications for law may not be addressed. To exercise this right, please contact us. 

III. Right of rectification: You have the right to be able to have your personal data rectified when they are not accurate, have ceased to be correct or complete them. To exercise this right, please contact us.

IV. Right to erasure/right to be forgotten: In some cases, you have the right to have your personal data erased or deleted. Although it is not an unconditional right, since there may be legal or legitimate grounds to maintain them. To exercise this right, please contact us.

V. Right to withdraw consent when data processing is based on consent. You may withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data when the processing is based on your consent. Withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal. If you wish to withdraw your consent, please contact us. 

VI. Right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority: You have the right to report to the Spanish Data Protection Agency the privacy and data protection practices of CIDEGEN Contact us by any of the means indicated below before lodge a complaint with the competent data protection authority.

VII. Right to data portability: You have the right to transfer data from our database to a different database. But it is only possible to exercise this right with respect to data you have provided, where the processing is based on the execution of a contract or your consent, and the processing is carried out by automated means. 

VIII. Right of limitation of processing: You have the right to request the temporary blocking of the processing of your data. By exercising this right, the processing of your data will be subject to limitations, so they may be stored but not used any longer. This right can only be exercised in certain circumstances defined by the GDPR, which states:

  • That the data subject challenges the accuracy of the personal data, during the period that allows the controller to verify the accuracy of the same.
  • That the processing is unlawful and the data subject opposes the deletion of personal data and request instead the limitation of its use.
  • That the controller no longer needs the personal data for the purposes of the processing, but the data subject needs them for the formulation, exercise or defense of claims.
  • That the data subject has objected to the processing under Article 21(1), while checking whether the legitimate grounds of the controller prevail over those of the data subject.

If you wish to exercise this right, please contact us. To process the application, we may ask you to prove your identity.

  1. CONTACT US

If you have any questions about how we process and use your personal data or wish to exercise any of the rights described, you can contact us at info@cidegen.com or by phone (+34) 923 06 50 56.