At BERGNER EUROPE we take the privacy of our users very seriously, which is why we apply General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679.
The Data Controller collating and processing your personal data is:
While using the website, you may contact BERGNER EUROPE at the following email address: email@example.com; or through one of the forms on the site, where applicable.
We process the personal data you supply in the aforementioned email or through any of the website forms, the following in particular: Name, email, type, company, and Position.
Personal data are processed for the following purposes:
BERGNER EUROPE does not use personal data to create profiles and takes no automated decisions based on the same.
The data provided are retained if the user does not request their deletion. This notwithstanding, the data will be stored for the legally determined period per legal, tax and accountancy law, with the date of the request for data deletion by the interested party as the point of reference.
The legal basis for data processing is consent from the user.
The personal data of users may be revealed to certain service providers. BERGNER EUROPE will make every effort to ensure their suppliers apply the principles of the GDPR and that these suppliers only process the data for specific purposes in line with instructions from BERGNER EUROPE.
BERGNER EUROPE will not tranfer user data to third parties or transfer them internationally.
Likewise, be aware that BERGNER EUROPE may transfer personal data at the request of the State, Court or other authorities, in accordance with the law.
As the interested party, the user may exercise the following rights:
a) The right to request access to their personal data: Anyone has the right to know whether BERGNER EUROPE is processing personal data relating to them. The interested parties have the right to access their personal data.
b) The right to request rectification of their data: This means to have the Data Controller rectify without delay any personal data relating to them that is imprecise.
c) The right to request elimination of their data (right to privacy): This means the right to have the Data Controller eliminate any personal data relating to them in all due haste in any of the following situations:
• When the data are no longer required for the purpose for which they were obtained or otherwise processed.
• When the interested party withdraws the consent upon which processing was based, as established in section a) of Article 6.1 of the GDPR, or section a) of Article 9.2 of the GDPR, where there is no other legal basis for said processing.
• When the interested party opposes processing and no other legitimate reasons for processing take precedence, as established in Articles 21.1 and 21.2 of the GDPR.
• When the personal data have been processed illegally.
• When the personal data must be eliminated by legal obligation under Union or Member State Laws, as applied to the data controller.
• When the personal data have been obtained in connection with an offer for services from the information society, as detailed in Article 8.1 of the GDPR.
d) The right to request the limiting of processing: the party will have the right to have the controller limit the processing of their data necessary by law and which are:
• When the interested party challenges the accuracy of the personal data, within a period which allows the controller to check their accuracy.
• When processing is illegal and the interested party opposes elimination of the personal data, preferring rather to limit their use.
• When the controller no longer needs the personal data for the purposes of the processing, but the interested party needs them to file, exercise or defend against claims.
• When the interested party has opposed processing, exercising their right to opposition under the provisions of Article 21.1 of the GDPR, while checking whether the controller's legitimate reasons prevail over those of the interested party.
e) The right to data portability: Under certain circumstances, the interested party has the right to receive the personal data pursuant to them, provided to one data controller – in a commonly used and machine-readable structured form – and transfer them to another data controller without the former impeding said process.
f) The right to oppose processing: the right of the interested party to oppose any personal data related to them being processed, at any time and for reasons related to their personal situation.
g) The right to withdraw consent: the interested party has to the right to withdraw their consent for the processing of their personal data at any time.
Your rights may be exercised in writing to the Data Processing Controller at any of the following addresses:
For the interested party to exercise their rights effectively, alongside their request, please include a photocopy of the document that certifies their identity (TIN, DNI, etc.).
Lastly, remember you have the right to go to the State Data Protection Agency to present a claim, if you feel any of your rights have been violated. The following link contains the contact details for this Agency: http://www.agpd.es/portalwebAGPD/CanalDelCiudadano/contacteciudadano/index-ides-idphp.php
The personal details collected on this Website are stored in databases, which belong solely to BERGNER EUROPE. This latter assumes all technical, organisational and security measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and quality of the information contained therein in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR.
The website may include hyperlinks to other sites which are neither operated nor controlled by BERGNER EUROPE. Thus, BERGNER EUROPE neither guarantees nor accepts liability for the legality, reliability, usefulness, truthfulness or timeliness of the content therein or the privacy practices adopted.