Data protection terms

We comply with current Spanish and European Union legislation. We therefore adopt appropriate technical and organisational measures to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration of, unauthorised access to or theft of the personal data provided.

Data protection terms

Who is responsible for processing your data?

Identity: Elena Miguel Escudero – National ID number: 16582960Y
Postal address: cl. Villamediana, 15 – 1º Izq – Oficina 2 – Logroño (La Rioja)
Email address: info@elenamiguel.com

For what purposes are we processing your data, for how long and under which lawful basis?

Purpose: In order to manage a business relationship with the interested party
Length: Throughout the duration of the business relationship
Lawfulness: Contractual relationship established with the interested party

What kind of data do we process?

Data provided directly by the client or which arise out of the business relationship

To whom do we communicate your data?

RecipientEmployees required to execute the contract under the confidentiality agreement
Type of data communicated: Personal data provided by the client
Legal authorisation: Performance of the contractual relationship

Recipient: Legal agents - AEAT (Spanish tax authorities), TGSS (Social Security), etc.
Type of data communicated: Data required by them
Legal authorisation: Fulfilment of a legal obligation

What are your rights?

  • Right of access: Know what type of data are being processed and the characteristics of this processing
  • Right to rectification: Request the modification of your data because it is inaccurate or untrue
  • Right to erasureRequest the erasure of your data when processing is no longer required
  • Right to restrict processing: In the processing of your data in the circumstances set out in the legislation
  • Right to object: Request that your data are no longer processed at any given time

You may exercise your rights by sending an email to info@elenamiguel.com or downloading a form and attaching the necessary documents.

The interested party may withdraw consent at any time, without this affecting the lawfulness of processing based on the consent given prior to withdrawal.

The interested party may file a complaint with the AEPD (Spanish data protection agency) through the appropriate channels if their rights have not been successfully exercised.