Privacy Policy

  1. Identification of the Data Controller.
  2. Key Points of Our Policy.
  3. What information will we collect from you?
  4. How will we use your personal information? What services do we provide?
  5. Transfer of data and international transfers
  6. Exercising Your Rights and Data Protection Officer.
  7. Data Retention Periods and Cookies.
  8. Security and Confidentiality.
  9. Minors.
  10. Update to Privacy Policy.

1. Identification of the Data Controller.

Internet República, S.L. is responsible for the handling and processing of your personal data for the purposes of providing the services identified in section 4 of this privacy policy, and is in charge of the Website (the “Website”).

Internet República, S.L., is a company with its registered headquarters at Calle Alcalá, 21 – 8º izquierda, 28014, in Madrid, Spain and its Company Tax Code (CIF) is B86340262 (“Internet República“).

Internet República is committed to the fundamental right to the protection of your personal data, and this privacy policy is intended to inform you about your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR“).

We inform you that Internet República has a Data Protection Officer in accordance with the GDPR, who is at your disposal for any questions or queries that you may have with regard to this matter, whom you can contact here.

2. Key points of our policy.

In this privacy policy, we explain each of the services offered by Internet República that require the processing of your personal data.

Therefore, you will be informed of:

3. What information will we collect from you?

We collect information about you when you contact us through available channels, such as the contact form, when you register on our Website, or when you subscribe to our newsletter to stay informed about the latest news, events and promotions.

When you contact us through these channels, we will request your express consent to collect your email, name and surname, country of residence, date of birth, gender, NIF (Taxpayer ID No), Facebook, Twitter or other social network IDs, economic, financial and billing data.

Filling out all the fields that appear marked with an asterisk (*) or in any other similar manner in the forms that you are given in the channels will be mandatory, in such a way that omitting any of them could make it impossible to provide the requested services. You must provide truthful information. Identity theft or the use of aliases or anonymous names is forbidden.

When providing any data that you may be asked in the channels, you may not choose offensive expressions, those that belong to brands, trade names, or names or pseudonyms of public or famous characters that you are not authorized to use.

You must safeguard at all times your reference data, passwords and access codes that you generate. You shall be the sole responsible for using your personal account, and in this respect, you agree to make diligent use of such information, not to share it with third parties, and to communicate without delay any loss or theft thereof.

In order for the information provided to always remain up-to-date and error-free, you must inform Internet República, as soon as possible, of any changes to your personal data that may occur by means of an email to the address provided here.

Likewise, by clicking on the “I accept” button (or equivalent) in the aforementioned forms, you declare that the information and data that you have provided in the forms are accurate and truthful.

4. How will we use your personal information? What services do we provide?

Internet República is responsible for the processing of personal data (pursuant to Art. 4.7 of the GDPR) for all purposes.

These purposes are:

Since our goal is to protect your right to data protection and privacy, the legal basis for processing your data is always subject to provision of explicit, free and unambiguous consent on your part. In cases in which we have established a commercial relationship with you, express consent shall not be necessary since that commercial relationship is the legal basis for data processing according to the GDPR.

5. Transfer of Data and International Transfers.

Internet República does not hand over your personal data to third parties, apart from the following communications that are necessary to be able to fulfill the services that you request:

6. Exercising Your Rights and Data Protection Officer.

We inform you that you may exercise the following rights:

  1. Right of access to your personal data to see which data is being used and the processing operations carried out with your data.
  2. Right to rectify any inaccurate personal data.
  3. Right to delete your personal data, when possible.
  4. Right to request restriction of processing your personal data, when the accuracy, legality or necessity of the use of data is questionable, in which case, we may keep the data for the exercise or advocacy of claims.
  5. Right to oppose the processing of your personal data, when the legal basis that enables us to process the data is legitimate interest, in accordance with section 4 above.
  6. Right to the portability of your data, when the legal basis that enables us to use the data is the existence of a contractual relationship or your consent, as indicated in section 4 above.
  7. Right to revoke the consent granted to Internet República.

You may exercise your rights at any time and free of charge as follows:

  1. By sending an email to this address, specifying the right you wish to exercise and your identifying information.
  2. By sending a written request to the address Calle Alcalá, 21 – 8º izquierda, 28014, Madrid, Spain, specifying the right you wish to exercise and your personal data.
  3. In addition, when you receive any communication from us, by clicking on the lower section of said communication, you can unsubscribe from all previously accepted commercial communications.

Likewise, you have the right to file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency, if you believe that we have violated the legislation on data protection regarding the processing of your personal data.

7. Data Retention Periods and Cookies

We will only keep your data for as long as it is necessary to offer you these services. Any data that you provide through the channels will be blocked provided that they are no longer necessary to manage the service, and will only be available if there is a legal obligation (due to a request from the State Security Forces or the Courts and Tribunals), in addition to when you exercise your rights here.

In relation to your personal data obtained through the channels, Internet República uses Cookies in accordance with the Cookie Policy that you can read here.

8. Security and Confidentiality.

We are committed to keeping your information secure. In order to prevent unauthorized access or unauthorized disclosure of personal data, we have taken the appropriate technical and physical measures, in addition to enforcing management processes to safeguard and secure the information we collect from you.

9. Minors.

Children under 13 may not use the services available through the Website without prior authorization from their parents, guardians or legal representatives, who shall be solely responsible for all acts performed through the Website by minors under their care, including filling out forms with the personal data of said minors and checking the relevant boxes, where applicable. In this regard, and to the extent that Internet República does not have the capacity to check whether users are minors, parents and guardians must set up the necessary mechanisms to prevent minors from accessing the Website and/or providing personal data without their supervision. Internet República does not accept any responsibility in this regard.

10. Update to Privacy Policy.

We do our best to keep our privacy policy fully updated on a monthly basis. If we make any changes, these will be clearly identifiable and in clear and specific terms, as allowed in the contractual relationship we have established with you (e.g. we can communicate any changes by email).

This privacy policy has been revised and published on May 24, 2018.