In compliance with Article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, 2002, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE), the following is the entity’s identification data:
Company name: SOL TOURS MALAGA
Address: Miramargaritas, 2 4ºC – 29011 – Málaga – MALAGA
Official Tourist Guide Registration Number G A- 2958
PURPOSE OF THE WEBSITE.
The purpose of the website is to inform about the company and the products and/or services offered.
This legal notice (hereinafter, the “Legal Notice”) regulates the use of the website: https://freetourmalaga.org/
With general character the relations between SOL TOURS MALAGA and the Users of its telematic services, present in this Web site, are put under the Spanish legislation and jurisdiction.
USE AND USER ACCESS.
The User is informed and accepts that access to this website does not imply, in any way, the beginning of a business relationship with SOL TOURS MALAGA or any of its branches.
INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY.
The intellectual property rights of the content of the web pages, graphic design and codes are owned by SOL TOURS MALAGA and, therefore, reproduction, distribution, public communication, transformation or any other activity that can be done with the contents of their web pages or even quoting the sources, without the written consent of SOL TOURS MALAGA.
WEB CONTENT AND LINKS (LINKS).
SOL TOURS MALAGA reserves the right to update, modify or delete information contained in its web pages may even limit or deny access to such information to certain users.
SOL TOURS MALAGA does not assume any responsibility for the information contained in third party web pages which can be accessed by “links” or links from any web page owned by SOL TOURS MALAGA. The presence of “links” or links on the web pages of SOL TOURS MALAGA is for information purposes only and in no case a suggestion, invitation or recommendation about them.
To provide the product or service requested, administrative management of the company and commercial prospecting.
The data will be collected exclusively for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and will not be further processed in a way that is incompatible with those purposes.
If further processing of personal data for a purpose other than that for which they were collected is envisaged, the data subject shall be provided, prior to such further processing, with information on such other purpose and any additional relevant information.
The personal data provided will be retained for as long as the contractual or business relationship is maintained, the deletion of the data has not been requested by the data subject, or for as long as there is a legal requirement that prevents it from being deleted.
Automated decisions will not be taken; if they are taken, their existence will be reported, including profiling and, at least in such cases, significant information will be provided on the logic applied, as well as the importance and the expected consequences of such processing for the data subject.
There are no plans for international transfers of personal data.
Personal data may be communicated to companies or professionals in order to reinforce the purpose of requested information whose legitimacy of the treatment is the execution of the contract of the order, as well as other companies that although they provide services without access to data, confidentiality contracts would be established as for example, cleaning companies, maintenance, fire extinguishers, disinfectants etc.
When it is planned to transfer personal data to a third country or international organization, the interested parties must be informed of the conditions affecting the transfer.
Where the controller provides adequate or appropriate assurances, the data subject shall be informed of these and of the means of obtaining a copy of these or the fact that they have been provided.
Such assurances may, in particular, be
(a) legally binding instruments between public authorities or bodies.
(b) binding corporate rules14 , within a corporate group.
c) standard data protection clauses.
d) codes of conduct
e) certification mechanisms.
The interested party may exercise the following rights: A) Request access to their personal data; B) Request its rectification or deletion; C) Request the limitation of their treatment, being able to keep them for the exercise or defense of claims; D) Right to oppose the treatment, except for compelling legitimate reasons, or the exercise or defense of claims; E) Right to portability of their data and F) Withdraw consent given, except for compelling legitimate reasons or the defense of possible claims.
To do this you can use the forms provided by the company, or send a letter to SOL TOURS MALAGA, Miramargaritas, 2 4 º C, 29011, Malaga, you can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the event that consent has been granted for a specific purpose, the data subject has the right to withdraw consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.
In addition, the data subject may contact the competent Data Protection Supervisory Authority (Spanish Data Protection Agency, C/ Jorge Juan 6, 50.001 Madrid) for further information or to lodge a complaint.
In the event that the personal data have not been obtained from the data subject, because they come from a legitimate transfer, or from publicly accessible sources, the information of the origin must be provided, preferably by e-mail as it seems the easiest option to demonstrate that the duty to inform has been fulfilled. The basic information can be included in the notification itself, with the possibility of providing further information on request, simply by replying to the e-mail.