The terms “DNA”, “Developing Natural Activities, S.L.”, “we”, “us” and “our” refer to Developing Natural Activities, S.L. The term “you”, “you”, “you” or “user” refers to any user or visitor accessing and/or using this website.
Through the implementation of the forms included in the different websites, related to services provided by DNA, Users accept the inclusion and processing of the data they provide in a personal data processing, of which DNA is the owner, being able to exercise the pertinent rights according to the following clauses.
All legal texts are available to users and/or interested parties in the corresponding sections of this website. These texts may be modified and/or updated according to the needs and activities carried out by DNA.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TREATMENT OF YOUR DATA?
DNA is the legal entity responsible for the collection and processing of your personal data in relation to the services it provides.
DNA is committed to respecting and safeguarding your privacy and the security of your data. The identification data of the data controller are:
– Company Name or Company Name: DEVELOPING NATURAL ACTIVITIES, S.L.
TAX ID NUMBER: B62962683
– Address: Ronda General Mitre, 126, 6th floor, Barcelona (08021)
– Contact: info @ DNA.es
FOR WHAT PURPOSE(S) DO WE COLLECT YOUR DATA?
In accordance with the provisions of current legislation, DNA only collects the data strictly necessary to offer the services derived from its activity and other services, management and activities attributed by the Law.
In this website, only contact data provided by Users are processed. The data that may be collected from the user will be processed for the following purposes:
– Management of their contact details in order to deal with their queries or suggestions, with the legal basis of the legitimate interest of the entity and the possible execution of precontractual measures.
– Management of your bank details to manage the purchase of your ticket, on the legal basis of the execution of contractual measures.
– Sending of notifications that may be of interest to you, on the legal basis of your express consent.
HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data will be kept for as long as the user does not state otherwise and for the legally established retention periods, unless for logical and obvious reasons they have lost their usefulness or the legitimate purpose for which they were collected.
TO WHICH RECIPIENTS WILL YOUR DATA BE COMMUNICATED?
Third parties that help us to provide Information Technology services, such as platform providers, hosting services, maintenance and support in our databases, as well as in our software and applications that may contain data about you.
DNA will co-operate to ensure that third parties comply with applicable law, although liability will be borne by those third parties.
DNA does not sell, rent or transfer the personal data of the users of this website, except in the case it is necessary for the provision of the service.
DNA does not sell, rent or transfer the e-mails of its users to other companies, except in the case it is necessary for the provision of the service.
The website has links, applications or functionalities shared with third parties, such as social networks or on-line communication systems. DNA is not responsible for the information collected in such applications, functionalities or social networks owned by third parties, as it has no management capacity or control over them, being therefore applicable the legal notices and privacy policies that may be included in the websites or similar of third parties.
WHAT ARE THE RIGHTS OF USERS WHO PROVIDE US WITH THEIR DATA?
Users may exercise, with respect to the data collected in the manner described in the first point, the rights recognised in Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), and in particular the rights of portability, access, rectification, erasure and restriction of processing.
The rights referred to in the preceding paragraph may be exercised by each User by means of a written and signed request, accompanied by a photocopy of ID card or passport, addressed to the following address:
Ronda General Mitre, 126, 6th floor, 08021 Barcelona.
Users are also informed that they may withdraw their consent to the processing of their data at any time, and that they may lodge a complaint with the Supervisory Authority (Spanish Data Protection Agency) if they deem it appropriate.
COMMUNICATION OF INCIDENTS AND IRREGULARITIES.
In the event of any conduct or situation that could give rise to an incident or irregularity of any kind, please contact:
Ronda General Mitre, 126, 6ª planta, 08021 Barcelona
COMMITMENT OF THE USER TO ENSURE THAT THEIR DATA ARE INCLUDED IN A DATA PROCESSING PROCESS
In any case, the user is responsible for the authenticity of the data provided, that they are accurate, current and complete for the purpose for which they are provided, assuming liability for damages, both for loss of profit and consequential damages, which may be generated by such inaccuracies or falsehoods. In any case, if the data provided in the corresponding forms belong to a third party, the user is solely responsible for the correct acquisition of consent and information to the third party on the aspects reflected in this legal notice and privacy policies.
USERS’ RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE AND CONTENT
Both access to the websites and the use that may be made of the information and content included therein shall be the exclusive responsibility of the user. Therefore, the use that may be made of the information, images, contents and/or products described and accessible through the same, shall be subject to the applicable national or international law, as well as to the principles of good faith and lawful use by the Users, who shall be entirely responsible for said access and correct use. Users shall be obliged to make a reasonable use of the services or contents, under the principle of good faith and respecting current legislation, morality, public order, good customs, third parties’ rights or DNA’s own rights, all according to the possibilities and purposes for which they are conceived. DNA does not assume any responsibility, direct or indirect, for consequential damage or loss of profit, derived from the misuse of the services or contents by Users or third parties.
In compliance with the duty to provide information as stipulated in article 10 of the current Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, we hereby inform you that DNA is the promoter and manager of the contents of the Website where you can download different applications and/or information.
Any other commercial, mercantile, administrative or contracting activity of goods and/or services is the responsibility of the aforementioned company, owner of this domain.
INFORMATION ON THE USE OF OTHER WEBSITES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS
The company is only responsible for the contents and management of the websites of which it is the owner or holds a right of analogous nature. Any other website or social network or repository of information on the Internet, outside this website, is the responsibility of its legitimate owners.
DNA regularly collaborates with different applications and web environments, and always recommends all users to read carefully the corresponding legal notices and privacy policies before accessing these web environments, and only access them once they have fully understood and accepted said legal text.
DNA undertakes to control the contents displayed in these social networks and will expel those users who misuse them.
DNA recommends, following the instructions of the National Institute of Communication Technologies (INTECO) and the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD), the execution of the following actions for the use of social networks or browsing in web environments (in case of using them one day):
– All users are recommended to resort to the use of pseudonyms or personal nicks with which to operate through the Internet, allowing them to have an authentic “digital identity”, which does not jeopardise the security of their personal and professional life.
– Users are advised to take special care when publishing audiovisual and graphic content on their profiles, as in this case they may be putting the privacy and intimacy of people around them at risk.
– It is recommended that the degree of privacy of the user’s profile on the social network is properly configured, so that it is not completely public, but only those people who have been previously classified as “friends” or “direct contacts” by the user have access to the information published on the profile.
– It is recommended to accept as contacts only those people you know or with whom you have a previous relationship, not compulsively accepting all the contact requests you receive and investigating whenever possible and necessary, who is the person requesting your contact through the social network.
– It is recommended not to publish physical contact information in the user profile that would allow anyone to know where you live, where you work or study on a daily basis or the places of leisure you usually frequent.
– Users of microblogging tools are advised to be especially careful about posting information about where they are at all times.
– It is recommended that you only use and publish content for which you have sufficient intellectual property rights. Otherwise, the user will be committing a civil offence that can be protected by national courts.
– Users are recommended to use different usernames and passwords to log in to the various social networks of which they are a member.
– It is recommended to use passwords with a minimum length of 8 characters, alphanumeric and case sensitive.
– All users are recommended to have anti-virus software installed and duly updated on their computers.
– Minors should not disclose excessive personal data. They should never provide data to strangers.
You should read all the information concerning the website. It explains who the owners of the website are and the purpose for which the data is requested.
– If the user is under fourteen years of age, the consent of the parent or guardian is also required. In such cases, whenever data is requested by a social network, parents or guardians should be asked whether they approve of the subscription or not.
– Usernames and passwords should not be communicated to third parties, nor should they be shared among friends or classmates. These details are private and must not be communicated to third parties and/or strangers.
– Whenever in doubt about any situation arising from the use of social networks and collaborating tools, parents or guardians should be asked.
– The computer should be kept in a common area of the house.
– Rules should be established about the use of the Internet at home.
– Parents should be aware of the functioning and possibilities of such platforms, both positive and negative.
– Activate parental controls and platform control tools and set the parent’s or guardian’s email as a secondary contact email.
– Ensure that age verification checks are in place.
– Ensure proper installation of the content blocker.
– Raise awareness and inform minors about safety issues.
– Explain to children that they should never meet people they have met in the online world and that if they do so, they should always be accompanied by their parents or guardians.
– Ensure that children are aware of the risks and implications of hosting content such as videos and photographs, as well as the use of webcams through social networks.
– Monitor the child’s user profile.
– Ensure that children only access pages that are recommended for their age.
– Ensure that minors do not use their full name.