PRIVACY POLICY

At Crambo Wireless, S.A., we are committed to the protection and respect of your privacy.

The policy hereby details the foundations according to which any of the personal information that we collect from you, or that you provide us with, will be handled by us.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU Regulation – 2016/679) is a new regulation which replaces the Data Protection Regulation (Directive 95/46/EC). The Regulation aims to align the legislation regarding data protection in all the European member states, strengthening people´s right to privacy and providing a strict framework within which trade organisations can operate legally.

In this Policy, your new rights are established pursuant to the GDPR.

CONTACT

For any queries related to the processing of personal data of individuals carried out by Crambo Wireless, S.A, you could contact us on the following email address: info@tamtoaster.com.

We urge you to read the following paragraphs so that you can understand our opinions and practices in relation to personal data and the way we process it.

For the purposes of the Data Protection regulation in force dependent on the time, the entity responsible for processing that data is Crambo Wireless, S.A. Calle de los Torneros 7, San Fernando de Henares, Tax ID Number: A83884106.

We collect information about you with the purpose of carrying out our main activity, as well as auxiliary ones.

Information which you provide us with or which we gather about you.

The personal details that we ask for are: Name, surname(s), email address and telephone number (optional). These are identifying details.

Any additional personal information provided by you upon filling out the forms on our websites www.cwireless.eu, www.delyplan.comwww.tamtoaster.com www.ailyra.com or contacting us via phone, email, hand delivery, register or other means may also be included in our records. Also, included here is any information provided when registering on our website to access our database, subscribe to our services, attend our events, take part in our discussion forums or other functions on our website, participate in a contest, a promotion or a survey and when you inform us about a problem with our website.

The information that you provide us with or that we gather about you could include your name, postal address, email address and corporate or private telephone number, financial information, documents of compliance and references which verify your knowledge, labour experience and rights, CV and photography, links to professional profiles which are publicly available, for instance, on Linkedin, Twitter, professional Facebook or a corporate website.

How long do we keep the data for?

Those personal details which you have entrusted us with will be kept until you ask us to eliminate them.

Information that we collect about you when you visit our website.

Regarding each of your visits to our website, we will only collect automatically the following information:

Technical information, including IP address which is used to connect your computer to the Internet, log in information (if appropriate), browser type and version.

Information about your visit, including the URL address, the tracking of the route followed towards, around and from our website (including date and time), jobs or pages which you have looked up or browsed, page response time, download errors, length of visits to certain pages, information about your interaction with the page (i.e., clicks and mouse and other movements), methods used to leave the page.

Information we obtain from other sources.

Here we include the information that we obtain about you from other sources such as LinkedIn, corporate websites, business cards, personal recommendations and OTHERS. In this case, we will inform you, by sending the Privacy Policy hereby within a period of 30 days after having collected the data, that we are keeping your personal details, the origin of such information, whether they were obtained from a public source and, lastly, the purpose of our retaining and processing your personal details.

Purpose of processing data and legal basis for it

We use the information which we keep about you in different ways:

To carry out our obligations arising from any contract which you and we might enter into, or have entered into. To also provide you with the information, products and services which you might ask for or which we might consider to be of your interest, given the connection between them and you company or career.

To provide you information about products and services which we offer and are similar to those which you have previously bought or received, or about the ones you have gathered information about.

Our legitimate commercial interests

Our legitimate interests regarding the collection and storage of your personal details are as follows:

To offer you information about our products and services.

In order to maintain, expand and develop our business, we need to register the personal details from the contacts between potential candidates and the client.

We will use such information:

  • To administer our website and internal operations, including resolution of interests, data analysis, verifications, research, statistics and surveys.
  • To improve our website by guaranteeing that the content is displayed in the most effective way, both for you and for your computer.
  • To allow you to participate in interactive functions of our service, whenever you wish.
  • As part of our determination to keep our website secure and protected.
  • To assess and understand the effectiveness of the advertising we publish for you and others, as well as provide you with the advertising which is relevant to you.
  • To be able to suggest and recommend you, and other users of our website, to products and services which can be of interest.

 Cookies

Our website uses cookies to distinguish you from other users of our websites. This helps us to provide you with a good experience when you surf our website, at the same time that it helps us to improve it.

Disclosure of your information within and outside de European Economic Area (EEA)

We will share your personal information with:

  • Clients, trading partners, suppliers and subcontractors in order to carry out and guarantee your compliance with the obligations of any contracts which we establish with them or you.
  • Subcontractors, including suppliers specialised in commercialization via email, event organisers, payments and financial services.
  • Advertisers and marketing networks which need the data to select and provide you with adverts which are relevant for you or others. We will not disclose information about identifiable people; however, we will provide aggregated information about our users (i.e., we may inform them that 500 men have clicked on their advert on a given day). As well as that, we could use such aggregated information to help advertisers to reach the type of audience they wish to address (i.e., women in the SW1 district). We could make use of the personal details which we have gathered about you in compliance with our advertisers´ rights to show their advert to their objective audience.
  • Analysis providers and search engines which help us with the improvement and optimization of our website.
  • Loan consultancy agencies, our insurance broker, compliance partner and other subcontractor companies with the aim to assess your adequacy for a position in the case that this is our condition to sign a contract with you.

We will disclose your information to third parties:

  • In the case that we sell or buy any business or assets, when we will disclose your personal information to the seller or potential buyer of such business or assets.
  • If Crambo Wireless, S.A. or the majority of its assets is acquired by a third party, all personal details which it has from its clients will become one of the transferred assets.
  • If we had the duty to disclose or share your personal details in order to comply with any legal obligation or to comply with or apply our terms of use or other agreements; also, if we had to protect the right, property and safety of Crambo Wireless, S.A., our clients or others. This includes the exchange of information with other companies and organizations in order to protect against fraud and the credit risk reduction.

The legal basis for the processing of data by third parties will include:

  • Their own legitimate commercial interests in processing your personal data, in most cases to satisfy their own need for internal allocations.
  • Compliance with the contractual obligations with us as the entity in charge of processing data.
  • Actions due to a contract or a project in force.
  • Compliance with their own legal obligations.

 Where do we store and process your personal information?

Your personal data could be or will be transferred and stored in a destination outside of the European Economic Area (EEA). By submitting your personal details, you give your consent to such a transfer, storage or processing. Crambo Wireless, S.A. will take all the necessary measures to guarantee that your details are handled safely and in compliance with the Privacy Policy hereby.

Unfortunately, the transfer of information on the Internet is not fully safe. Although we undertake the compromise to protect your personal information as well as possible, we cannot guarantee the safety of the details you submit on our website. Any transfer is carried out at your own risk. Once we have received your information, we will apply procedures and strict safety measures to try to avoid any unauthorised access.

Data retention

We accept responsibility for our legal duty to retain truthful data, as well as to retain that personal data for the time which is strictly necessary for our legitimate commercial interests and you are in agreement with it. For this purpose, we have a policy regarding data retention and we carry out data routines in order to eliminate the data for whose conservation there is not legitimate commercial interest on our side.

This is what we do to guarantee the veracity of our data:

  • Before proceeding to a presentation, we make sure that we have truthful information from you;
  • We keep in touch with you so that you can notify changes in your personal details in the future.

We segregate the data so that different groupings may be kept for different periods of time. The criteria to which we apply whenever it is appropriate to keep your data include:

  • The nature of the personal details.
  • Their level of accuracy.
  • Our legal obligations.
  • If  a job offer or an interview has already been arranged and
  • Our experience in contracting and the knowledge of the way the industry works depending on the country, sector and job position.

We will be able to file your data partially, fully or store it only in our financial systems. Thus erasing all, or part, from our main systems dedicated to Customer Relations Management (GRC)

Your rights

You are entitled to ask us not to process your data for commercial purposes. Normally, we will let you know (before collection your details) if we had the intention to use your details with such objective or if we had the intention to disclose them to a third party for such purposes. In those cases, we will need to obtain your express approval if it is legally required before using your details for commercial purposes.

As well as that, you may execute your rights at any time by getting in touch with our local or central teams at the Data Protection office via the email: info@tamtoaster.com.

Occasionally, our website may contain links to and from other websites of associates, advertisers or members. In case you decide to follow one of these links to the other websites, please be aware of the fact that those other websites have their own data protection policies and that we are in no way responsible for them or have any obligations towards them. We urge you to verify those policies before providing any type of personal information on those sites.

The GDPR entitles you to:

  • Apply for the correction of the personal data we have about you. This will allow you to correct any information about you which is incorrect or incomplete.
  • Apply for your personal information to be erased. This will allow you to ask us to delete this information when there is no real reason for us to continue keeping it. You may also ask us to eliminate or erase your personal information in case you had executed your right to oppose to our processing your data. (See below).
  • Oppose to our processing your personal information in case we, or a third party, had the legitimate right to do it and some personal situation made you oppose. You can also oppose in case we were handling your information for direct marketing.
  • Apply for the limitation of our processing your data. This will allow you to ask us to stop processing your personal information, for example, in case you wish us to verify them or state the reason for the processing them.
  • Apply for the transfer of your personal information to a third party in certain formats, if it is possible.

Access to the information

The Data Protection Law (1998) and the GDPR give you the right to Access the information we have about you.  We also advise you to get in touch with us to verify that your details are complete and truthful.

Your right to access your details can be executed in compliance with the Law (as well as the GDPR) by getting in touch with our local or central teams at the Data Protection office via the email: info@tamtoaster.com.