SCIP warns that, except for the existence of a legally constituted representation, no user and/or customer may use the identity of another person and communicate his/her personal data, and therefore the data provided to SCIP must be personal data, corresponding to his/her own identity, adequate, pertinent, current, accurate and true. In this sense, the user and/or client will be solely responsible for any direct or indirect damage caused to third parties or to SCIP by the use of another person's data or their own data when it is false, erroneous, not current, inadequate or irrelevant. Likewise, the user and/or client who communicates the personal data of a third party will be responsible for having obtained the corresponding authorisation from the interested party, as well as for the consequences if this is not the case.
Similarly, the user and/or client who communicates personal data to SCIP declares that he/she is of legal age and has sufficient capacity to act in accordance with the provisions of Spanish law. Any data provided about a minor will require the prior consent or authorization of their parents, guardians or legal representatives, who will be considered responsible for the data provided by the minors in their care.
PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR HANDLING YOUR DATA.
- Registered name: SOLUCIONES CORPORATIVAS IP, S.L.,(SCIP o Don Dominio)
- Commercial brand: MRDOMAIN
- Address: C/ Menestrals, 14, C.P. 07500 de Manacor (Illes Balears), España
- NIF: B57333601
- Email: email@example.com
- Inscription details: Inscribed in the Commercial Register of Baleares Tome 2120, Book 0, Folio 173, Page PM-50105
We also inform you that we have an External Data Protection Delegate (Art. 38 RGPD) who ensures compliance with data protection regulations at SCIP. The contact details of our DPD are: firstname.lastname@example.org
PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING.
The personal data you provide will be of an identifying nature (name and surname), contact details (address, telephone numbers and e-mail address), information about the service you are interested in and other contact details or preferences. These data will be used for the generic purpose of management and control of the contractual relationship established and, specifically, for:
- To manage the access, provision, economic management and correct use of the Services by the users of the same and, in short, the maintenance of the contractual relationship established with the client, in accordance with the nature and characteristics of the services contracted.
- To communicate with users in response to incidents, requests, comments and questions they may ask us through the Services or contact forms on our website (including, chats or phone calls).
- To provide, update, maintain and protect the Services, Websites and activities.
- To offer new products, services, special offers or updates.
- Where appropriate, manage personnel selection in selective employee and/or collaborator processes.
- In the case of SCIP forms filled in by the interested parties to participate in any of SCIP's commercial actions, the purpose will be to enable such participation.
- Communications: We may send you emails, messages and other communications regarding technical issues with the Services and changes to the Services. These communications are considered part of the Services and you may not opt out of them.
- Commercial Communications (Marketing): We may use your data to contact you, both electronically and non-electronically, to carry out surveys, obtain your opinion on the service provided, and, occasionally, to notify you of changes, important developments in services, offers and/or promotions of our services or of third party companies related to us. These commercial offers will, in any case, be expressly authorised by the user, who may revoke their consent to receive these notifications at any time using the mechanism implemented for this purpose in the same.
- In those cases where SCIP has to access and/or process personal data for which the customer is a data controller or processor, SCIP will process such data as a processor in accordance with the provisions of article 28 of the GDPR.
We will not handle your personal data for any other purpose beyond that described above unless required to do so by law or court order.
Requests for information that you send us require the interested party to voluntarily provide us with the necessary data to be able to attend to you or provide you with the Services. The obligatory nature or need to provide us with this data will be marked with an asterisk (*) on the forms or sections corresponding to each service.
However, the data subject may freely refuse to provide us with such data or, subsequently, revoke the consent previously granted to process their data, although such refusal will make it impossible for us to deal with their request or provide them with the service in question.
SCIP understands that by providing us with this data, the interested party guarantees and accepts responsibility for the truthfulness, currency and accuracy of the data and expressly accepts and consents to its processing for the purposes described above.
DURATION OF DATA PROCESSING.
The personal data provided for the management of the relationship with the customer and the provision of the Services will be kept for as long as the contract is in force or the purpose for which they were collected is in force. Once this relationship has ended, if applicable, the data may be kept for the time required by the applicable legislation and until the expiry of any liabilities arising from the contract or from the obligations legally assumed by SCIP as a telecommunications service provider.
Data for the management of enquiries and requests will be kept for the time necessary to respond to them, with a maximum period of one year.
The data for sending commercial communications about our products or services will be kept indefinitely until, if applicable, you express your wish to delete them.
The personal data of persons interested in receiving information about the Services shall be kept in the system indefinitely as long as the interested party does not request its deletion.
Data for selection processes will be kept for one year.
LEGITIMATION OF THE PROCESSING OF THE DATA.
The legal bases for the processing of the data shall be, where applicable, the consent of the data subject pursuant to Art. 6.1.a) GDPR, the necessity of the processing for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party or for the implementation at the request of the data subject of pre-contractual measures pursuant to Art. 6.1.b) GDPR.
Likewise, we may process your data based on SCIP's legitimate interest in accordance with art. 6.1.f) of the RGPD in order to maintain the loyalty of its customers and/or users and to better meet their expectations or previously expressed interests, e.g.: improve services and products, manage requests, queries or complaints, offer products and services similar to those contracted, inform about promotions, etc., without prejudice to SCIP's compliance with the other obligations relating to the sending of commercial communications by electronic means.
RECIPIENTS OF ASSIGNMENTS OR TRANSFERS.
In general, SCIP will not pass on your personal data to third parties unless we are legally obliged to do so or you have expressly authorised us to do so when using our services.
In this regard, we inform you that for the provision of certain services, such as the registration of domain names, the personal data of the interested party may be transferred or communicated to the competent National or International Registrant Authority or Body in charge of registering the Domain Name in question. In this case, SCIP only communicates those data that are essential to manage the interested party's request and provide the contracted services.
You can consult the complementary list of entities managing the different domain extensions (TLDs), both generic and territorial by country, to which we may communicate your personal data at the following link
The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (whose acronym is IANA) is the entity that oversees the global assignment of IP addresses, autonomous systems, root servers of DNS domain names and other resources related to Internet protocols.
Credit information systems. SCIP informs the CLIENT that, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (RGPD) on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, and the LOPD-GDD 3/ 2018 of 5 December, in the event of non-payment or default of any of the amounts provided for in the contract signed, your personal data may be included in the ICIRED default files, which will process them so that they can be consulted by those natural or legal persons who can prove that they have a legitimate interest in this information.
By accepting the Terms of Services, you expressly consent to these transfers. If you revoke your consent, we will no longer be able to provide the Services to you.
RIGHTS OF THE PERSONS CONCERNED.
Anyone has the right to obtain confirmation on whether or not SCIP processes personal data concerning him/her. In particular, you can exercise the following rights in relation to SCIP:
- Right of access: allows the interested party to know and obtain information about their personal data submitted for handling.
- Right of rectification: it allows for the correction of errors, modifying data that may be inaccurate or incomplete and thereby guarantee the accuracy of the information object of the data handling.
- Right to delete: it allows users to request the elimination of the data being handled, when it is no longer necessary for the execution or provision of any given service.
- Right to opposition: the right of the interested party to oppose the processing of their personal data or to request cessation of same, except for legitimate reasons or for the exercise or defence of potential claims, in which case we will keep the data blocked during the corresponding period while the legal obligations persist.
- Right to oppose the sending of advertising: Those interested may oppose the sending of commercial communications by SCIP. In this case, you may revoke your consent at any time to receiving these notifications using the mechanism implemented for that purpose, or from the client account settings/preferences.
- Limiting the data handling: In certain circumstances, the interested parties may request the limitation of the processing of their data, in which case they will only be kept for the exercise or defence of claims or legal suits.
- Data portability: interested parties may ask to receive the data relating to them and that has been facilitated to us or - always providing it is technically possible to do so -- they may request that we send the data to another data handling party of their choice, in a structured format of common use and mechanical reading.
- The right not to be subject to automated individual decisions (including the preparation of profiles): the right not to be the subject of any decision based on automated processing that produces any substantial effect.
Contact details for exercising these rights: SCIP, in application of Articles 37 et seq. of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (GDPR), has a Data Protection Officer officially appointed to the Supervisory Authority (agpd.es) and whose contact details are detailed below: - Address: C/ Menestrals, 14, C.P. 07500 de Manacor (Illes Balears), Spain - Contact email: email@example.com
Opportunity to make a complaint before the Supervisory Authority: SCIP also informs you of your right to file a complaint with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (www.agpd.es) if you consider that the data handling does not comply with current regulations.
Preservation of certain data: SCIP herewith informs users that, in compliance with the provisions of Law 25/2007, of 18th October, regarding the preservation of data relating to electronic communications and public communication networks, it is obliged to retain and preserve certain aspects of data generated during the pursuance of communications for the purpose of transferring it to the legitimate authorities, when legal circumstances so require it.
WHOIS Data: As a requirement established by ICANN or competent Registrant organization, the owner of the Domain Name authorizes publication of the data relating to ownership of the Domain Name in question and the administrative, technical and billing contacts that, according to regulations, must be made public and accessible from the whois of the competent registrars.
Usage information: Metadata of the services. When a user interacts with the Services, metadata is saved that provides additional context about the way users operate.
Social Networks: SCIP has a profile on the main social networks on the Internet (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and is in all cases responsible for the processing of the data of its followers, fans, subscribers, commentators and other user profiles (hereinafter referred to as "followers"). However, insofar as the processing of personal data is carried out within the framework of social networks whose providers impose operating rules, SCIP's obligations are limited to those aspects in which it is free to act. Thus, SCIP may inform its followers of its news, activities or promotions by any means that the social network allows. Under no circumstances will SCIP extract data from social networks, unless the user's consent to do so is specifically and expressly obtained.
Registered data. As with most services provided by the Internet, our servers collect information automatically when a user makes use of our Services. This registration data may include IP address, identification of the device from which the Services are being accessed, the operating system, the configuration of the device.
Security measures: SCIP has sufficient mechanisms in place to: - Ensure the continued confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of processing systems and services. - Restore availability and access to personal data quickly, in the event of a physical or technical incident. - Regularly verify, evaluate and assess the effectiveness of the technical and organisational measures implemented to ensure the security of the processing. - Pseudonymise and encrypt personal data, where appropriate.