According to the Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on the Protection of Personal Data and to the Act 34/2002 of July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, The Thinklab Media communicates to the USERS its Data Protection Policy:The Thinklab Media does not collect any data from USERS unless they voluntarily request any of the services included in sections as Contact, jobs, or others. The personal data collected will be treated confidentiality and with the sole purpose of providing the requested Services.
The USER is hereby giving his/her consent to The Thinklab Media for the processing of his/her personal data in a data file owned, managed and under the responsibility of The Thinklab Media for the purposes of answering their questions, doubts or queries. The personal data file has been already communicated to the Spanish Data Protection Registry. USERS can exercise their rights of access, cancellation, rectification or opposition to their personal data by sending an e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org to The Thinklab Media including: (i) Name, surname and copy of its personal identification card and, if acting on behalf of another person, the appropriate authorization in this regard; (ii) Purpose of the request; (iii) Address for notification and (iv) Date and signature of the USER.
In addition, the USER has the responsibility of updating or modifying his/her personal data, following the instructions of the previous paragraph.
The Thinklab Media have access to some of those data for the purpose of measuring and analyzing the visits to the website.
Cookies will not be set up on your computer until you consent to their being installed and used by carrying out either of the following actions:
– Move vertically on the web
– Click on any point or hyperlink of the web
In any event, the user may prevent the installation of cookies or delete the ones that already had been installed, through the configuration of his browser, as well as through the use of specific applications. However, disabling cookies may impair the normal functioning of the web site, not being The Thinklab Media responsible of this fact.