Communications Policy

The following terms and conditions correspond to the company INTERNATIONAL PERIPHERALS AND MEMORIES SPAIN, SLU, CIF: B62758602, registered in the Mercantile Registry of Barcelona ​​in Volume 34214, Folio 191, Page Number B245163, Inscription 1 (hereinafter called IPM).

At IPM we are committed to protecting the personal information you share with us. This statement outlines our privacy policy regarding the information you provide us when you accept our current conditions on sending marketing communications. The user, by accepting these general conditions with positive and explicit consent, understands and accepts that their personal contact details will be processed in the following ways:

 

Purposes of data collection 

Sending marketing communications either by phone or by email: relevant to the products or services that may: i) market IPM, ii) market any of the companies within the IPM Group whose activities fall under the Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007, 16th November, which approves the revised text of the General Law for the Protection of Consumers and Users and other relevant laws, as well as any other laws that could modify or replace it. The User may choose, at any time, the channels or means by which they wish to receive, or not, the communications indicated.

 

  1. a. Marketing communications:

IPM processes personal information that has been provided (both contact details and personal data, such as date of birth) to improve customer service, to send selected information on IPM products and services, and to carry out market research.

IPM may share this personal data with specific entities within the IPM Group, who will use it to contact the user for the purposes indicated. Updates to the information may also be shared with these specific entities.

 

  1. b. Analysis and profiling:

Automatic profiling with the aim of offering products according to the needs of users. IPM informs you that: i) no legal or discriminatory consequences arise from profiling as a result of processing sensitive information such as race, ethnic origin, religion, politics, health or sexual orientation, as this information is not included in the processing, ii) it is your right to intervene in processing, express your point of view and request an explanation for the decisions made based on the automated processing, and to challenge said processing by contacting our DPO (dpo@ipm.es), iii) the logic applied is based on a proactive risk assessment and applying statistical techniques and customer segmentation for the following purposes: a) to analyse products and services that could be tailored to your profile and to ensure marketing communications are more relevant to you, b) to track products and services purchased, c) to carry out customer satisfaction surveys by phone or email to evaluate our services, d) to design new products or services, or to improve the design and usability of existing services and determine or improve user experience.

The user, if available, authorises the incorporation of profiles that are created about them and the data personally provided, such as: contact details (name, address, email); identification data (first name, surname, phone number, email); customer history (such as which offers they have received, dates of the purchase of complementary products or services offered by IPM); data from the app, website or social network data (such as data on the use of online queries or information requests).

 

Data retention period

If a User exercises their right to revoke or withdraw their consent from the use of their personal data to send our newsletter and subsequent advertising, this will be completed by IPM in maximum of 72 hours.

 

Lawful basis for processing

The lawful bases for processing personal data in this case is consent provided by the user when accepting the Privacy Policy on communications. 

 

Exercising your rights 

You have the right to enquire whether IPM processes your data or not, free of charge, as long as the legal requirements are met. You have the right to access your personal data, to request the rectification of inaccurate data, or, where appropriate, request the deletion of your data when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected. Likewise, you have the right to request a limitation on the processing of your data, in which case we will only store your information in order to fulfil your request or defend a claim, or for compelling legitimate interests.

In certain circumstances and for reasons related to your particular situation, you may object to the processing of your data. IPM will then stop processing your data, except in the case of compelling legitimate interests, or to fulfil your request or defend a claim.

In all communications for the purposes of marketing or advertising, you can exercise your right to object. In the cases when you grant your consent, you may withdraw it at any time.

To exercise these rights, write to IPM with the reference “GDPR Rights”, at its registered address, Avinguda Diagonal 115, Floors 3 and 4, Sant Joan Despí, Barcelona, 08970, or by email to the IPM Data Protection Officer (dpo@ipm.es). Attach a copy of an official identification document.

 

Making a claim with the data protection authority 

Users can file a claim regarding the processing of their personal data to the Spanish Agency for the Protection of Data (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos: www.agpd.es).

 

 

This privacy policy was last modified in May 2018.