LEGAL NOTICE AND DATA PROTECTION POLICY
Welcome to the Europe in my Backyard data protection policy!
At Europe in my Backyard we respect the privacy of our users and we are fully committed to the protection of their personal information and its correct use. This policy describes how we may collect and use personal information and the rights and options available to our visitors and users with respect to such information.
WHAT KIND OF INFORMATION DO WE RECEIVE, COLLECT AND STORE?
We collect two types of information about our Visitors and Users:
1 Data that the user provides us
We may collect different user data or about it, depending on how you use the Services. Below are some examples to help the user better understand the data we collect.
By using the Services, including through a third-party platform, we collect the data that the user provides directly to us, which includes:
2 Data we collect through automated means
When the user accesses the services of Europe in my Backyard, we collect some data through automated means, which includes:
|System data||Technical data on the user’s equipment or device, such as the IP address, the type of device, the type and version of the operating system, the unique identifier of the device, the browser, the browser language, the domain and other system data , and the types of platforms.|
|Usage data||Usage statistics on user interactions with the Services, such as time spent on the pages or the Service, pages visited, functions used, search queries, data on clicks, date and time, and others data related to the use of the Services.|
|Approximate geographic data||An approximate geographic location, including information such as country, city and geographic coordinates, calculated based on the IP address.|
The data indicated above is collected through the use of server log files and tracking technologies, as detailed in the “Cookies and data collection tools” section below. We store them and associate them with the user’s account.
HOW DO WE COLLECT THIS INFORMATION?
When you browse through our website we collect and record information about sessions and related information, either independently or with the help of third-party services through the use of “cookies” and other tracking technologies, as detailed a little later.
As part of the process, we collect personal information that you voluntarily provide, such as your name, email address or payment method. Your personal information will be used only for the specific reasons indicated above.
WHY DO WE COLLECT THIS INFORMATION?
We collect such personal and non-personal information for the following purposes:
- To provide and operate the Services
- To provide our Users with continuous customer support and technical support
- To be able to contact our visitors and users with general and personalized notices related to the service
- To create aggregated statistical data and other aggregated and / or deducted non-personal information, which we or our business partners may use to provide and improve our respective services
- To comply with applicable laws and regulations
WITH WHOM DO WE SHARE USER DATA?
- With service providers, contractors and agents: We share user data with third-party companies that provide services on our behalf, such as payment processing, data analysis, marketing and advertising services (including reallocation advertising), email services and accommodation, and customer service and assistance. These service providers can access the user’s personal data and are required to use them only as directed to provide our requested service.
- With analysis services: As part of our use of third-party analysis tools, such as Google Analytics, we share certain depersonalized data, as necessary.
- For security and legal compliance: We may disclose user data to third parties if (in our absolute discretion) we consider in good faith that the disclosure:
- It is allowed or required by law;
- It is requested as part of a judicial, governmental or legal investigation, order or process;
- It is reasonably necessary as part of a subpoena, court order or other legally valid requirement;
- It is necessary to detect, prevent or combat fraud, misuse, possible violations of the law (or rules or regulations) or technical or security problems; or
- It is reasonably necessary, at our discretion, to protect against imminent damage to the rights, property or security of Europe in my Backyard, our users and employees, members of the public or our Services.
WHERE DO WE STORE THE PERSONAL INFORMATION OF OUR VISITORS?
Our website is hosted on servers of the RAIOLA NETWORKS provider whose data protection policy can be found here. Your data can be stored through data storage, databases and general applications of europeinmybackyard.org. This data is stored on secure servers behind a firewall.
HOW DO WE COMMUNICATE WITH WEB VISITORS?
We can contact you to answer any questions you may have through our contact form. For these purposes, we will contact you by email.
For some technologies to work properly, a small data file (“cookie”) must be downloaded and stored on your device. By default, we use several persistent cookies for the purposes of authenticating sessions and users, security, maintaining User preferences (for example, about the default language and settings), connection stability (for example, for load the media, use the features of e-Commerce, etc.), monitor the performance of our services and Marketing campaigns, and in general to offer and improve our services.
If you wish to delete or block cookies, consult the help and support area in your internet browser for instructions on how to locate the file or directory that stores cookies. Information on how to delete or control cookies is also available at www.aboutcookie.org (please note that this page is not owned by Europe in my Backyard, therefore we cannot ensure that it is correct, complete or available).
You should also keep in mind that deleting our cookies or deactivating cookies or future tracking technologies may prevent you from accessing certain areas or features of our Services, or may negatively affect your user experience.
For more information about the cookies we use and how to deactivate them you can consult our Cookies Policy.
We may keep your Personal Information for as long as your user account is active or when necessary to offer you our Services.
We may continue to retain such Personal Information, even after deactivating your User Account and / or ceasing to use any of the Services, as reasonably necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes about our Users, prevent fraud and abuse, enforce our agreements and / or protect our legitimate interests.
HOW CAN YOU REMOVE YOUR CONSENT?
All users can access their data and modify or unsubscribe by contacting us through any of the platform’s contact forms.
Europe in my Backyard has implemented security measures designed to protect the Personal Information you share with us, including physical, electronic and procedural measures. Among other things, we offer secure HTTPS access to all areas of our Services.
We also regularly monitor our systems for possible vulnerabilities and attacks, and we regularly look for new ways and Third Party Services to further improve the security of our Services and the protection of the privacy of our Visitors and Users. However, despite the measures and efforts made by Europe in my Backyard, we cannot and do not guarantee the absolute protection and security of your Personal Information or any other User Content that you upload, publish or share with Europe in my Backyard or any other person.
Therefore, we invite you to avoid providing us with any confidential information that you believe that your disclosure could cause substantial or irreparable damage.
In any case, we recommend that you do not publish any information (or use any publication system to publish the information) that you do not want to be made public in these areas.
If you upload any User Content to your User Account and provide it in any other way as part of the use of any Service, you do so at your own risk.
Again, we recommend that you do not upload or publish any information that you do not want to be publicly available.
QUESTIONS AND CONTACT INFORMATION
If you have any questions, you are invited to contact us through any of the platform’s contact forms.
In general, the relations between Europe in my Backyard with the users of its telematic services, present on this website, are subject to Spanish legislation and jurisdiction.
CONTENT AND USE
The User is informed, and accepts, that access to this website does not imply the beginning of a commercial relationship with Europe in my Backyard, who reserve the right to make without prior notice how many modifications they see appropriate in it, changing, eliminating or adding content and / or services provided via the web through it, as well as the way in which they appear.
INDUSTRIAL AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
All the elements of this website (including texts, images, etc.) are owned by Europe in my Backyard or third parties that have given it permission for its use, as well as the logo, and any other protected content such as industrial property.
Unless expressly stated otherwise, any form of exploitation, reproduction, distribution, public communication or transformation is prohibited without the express written authorization of Europe in my Backyard or the provisions of the Conditions of Use for registered users.
The information included in this site aims to publicize the services provided by Europe in my Backyard and promote access to knowledge of tax, labor and accounting regulations for the purpose of compliance. However, no responsibility is assumed in relation to the data (consisting of general information and not always complete and updated) included in this page or the consequences of its use.
In the case of including -for purely informative purposes- links to external pages, Europe in my Backyard communicates that in no case does it have control over them and therefore declines all responsibility for them.
On the other hand, it also does not guarantee the absence of problems in accessing the website or its contents, being exempted for any type of responsibility for the possible damages that could be caused.