Privacy Policy and Terms of Use

1. Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy is part of the General Conditions that govern this Website.

Who is responsible for the processing of your data?

ORAINTI, S.L. Tax ID No.: B86416138
Address: C/ Aalcalá, 73, 1, 28009, MADRID.
E-Mail: info@orainti.com
Web: www.orainti.com

You can contact us in any way to communicate with us. We reserve the right to modify or adapt this Privacy Policy at any time. You are advised to review it, and if you have registered and you access your account or profile, you will be informed of any changes.

If you are one of the following groups, consult the following information:

WEB OR E-MAIL CONTACTS

What data do we gather through the Web?

We can process your IP, what operating system or browser you use, and even the length of your visit, anonymously.
If you provide us with information in the contact form, you will identify yourself so as to be contacted, if necessary.

What is the legal basis for processing your data?

The acceptance and consent of the interested party: In the cases where it is necessary to fill in a form and click on the “submit” button to make a request, completing the form and submitting it will necessarily imply that you have been informed and have expressly given your consent to the content of the clause annexed to said form or acceptance of the privacy policy.

All our forms show the symbol * when data are obligatory. If you do not complete these fields, or do not tick the acceptance checkbox for the privacy policy, sending the information will not be allowed. The following formula is usually shown: “□I am over 14 and I have read and accept the Privacy Policy.”

NEWSLETTER CONTACTS

What data do we collect through the newsletter?

You can subscribe to the Newsletter on the Web, if you provide us with an e-mail address, to which the Newsletter will be sent. We will only store your e-mail in our database, and then we will send you e-mails periodically, until you request cancellation, or we stop sending e-mails.

You will always have the option to cancel your subscription, in any communication.

For what purposes do we process your personal data?

What is the legal basis for processing your data?

Acceptance and consent of the interested party: In the cases where you subscribe, you must accept by ticking a checkbox and then click on the “submit” button. This will necessarily imply that you have been informed and have expressly granted your consent to receiving the newsletter.

If you do not tick the acceptance checkbox for the privacy policy, sending of the information will not be allowed. The following formula is usually shown: “□ I am over 14 and I have read and accept the Privacy Policy.”

CLIENTS

For what purposes do we process your personal data?

PROVIDERS

For what purposes do we process your personal data?

What is the legal basis for processing your data?

The legal basis is the acceptance of a contractual relationship, or otherwise your consent when you contact us or offer us your products by any means.

SOCIAL NETWORK CONTACTS

For what purposes do we process your personal data?

What is the legal basis for processing your data?

The acceptance of a contractual relationship in the environment of the social network in question, and in accordance with its Privacy policies.

How long do we keep personal data?

We can only consult or cancel your data in a restricted way as they are part of a specific profile. We will process them as long as you let us do it, being friends or clicking on "I like it", "continue" or similar buttons.

Any rectification of your data or restriction on information or publications must be made through the configuration of your profile or user on the social network itself.

JOB SEEKERS

For what purposes do we process your personal data?

You are also informed that we will destroy your CV safely after a year has gone by since it was received.

What is the legal basis for processing your data?

The legal basis is your unequivocal consent, when you send us your CV.

Do we include third-party personal data?

No. As a general rule we only process data sent by their owners. If you supply us with third-party data, before you do so you must inform such third party and ask for its consent; otherwise, you hold us harmless for non-compliance with this requirement.

And children’s data?

We do not process data about children under 14 years of age. Therefore, please refrain from supplying such data if you are not that age or, as the case may be, from supplying data about third parties who are not that age. ORAINTI, S.L. declines any responsibility for non-compliance with this provision.

Do we make electronic communications?

What security measures do we apply?

You can keep your mind at rest: We have adopted an optimal level of protection for the Personal Data that we handle, and we have installed all the means and technical measures at our disposal according to the state of technology to avoid personal data loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access and theft.

Who will your data be transferred to?

Your data will not be transferred to third parties, unless there is a legal obligation to do so. Specifically, your data will be communicated to the Inland Revenue and to banks and financial entities for collection for the service provided or product acquired and to those in charge of data processing, as necessary to perform the agreement.

In the event of purchase or payment, if you choose an application, platform, bank card, or another on-line service, your data will be transferred to that platform or will be processed in its environment, always with the utmost security.

When we let them know, the web development and maintenance company, or the hosting company, will have access to our web. These companies will have signed a service provision agreement that obliges them to uphold the same privacy standards as we do.

When US applications are used, any international data transfer will adhere to the Privacy Shield agreement, which guarantees that US software companies comply with European data protection policies as regards privacy.

Your rights

Would you like a form to exercise your rights?

How long do we take to reply to the exercise of your rights?

It depends on the right, but at the most a month after your request and two months if the issue is very complex and we notify you that we need more time.

Do we process cookies?

If we use cookies that are not the necessary ones, you may consult the cookies policy on the relevant link from our web home.

How long do we keep your personal data?

2. Cookies Policy

In accordance with the Act 34/2002 LSSICE regarding Company Services for Information and Electronic Commerce and in accordance with Spanish Royal Decree-law 13/2012 of 30th March (and European Directive 2009/136/CE) and changes have been made to the Spanish Act which affects the use of cookies and commercial messages sent by e-mail. This site, like most Websites, uses cookies to improve and optimize the user experience. Below you will find detailed information about these "Cookies", what type are used in this website, how to change your cookie settings, and what happens if you disable cookies.

2.1. What are Cookies?

A cookie is a small file that is downloaded to the user's computer in order to store data, which may be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for its installation.

2.2. What type of Cookies are used by this website?

This site uses:

2.3. How can you set your cookies?

When browsing our website you are consenting to the use of cookies on the terms contained in this Policy. You, the user, have the opportunity to exercise your right to block, delete, and refuse the use of cookies at any time by changing your browser options:

  1. Internet Explorer: Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Settings.
    For more information, see the Microsoft Support or Help browser.

  2. Mozilla Firefox: Tools> Options> Privacy> History> Custom Configuration.
    For more information, see the Mozilla Support or Help browser.

  3. Google Chrome: Settings> Show Advanced Options> Privacy> Content Settings.
    For more information, see the Google Support or Help browser.

  4. Safari: Settings > Security.
    For more information, see the Apple Support or Help browser.

  5. Opera: Settings> Options> Advanced> Cookies.
    For more information, see the Opera Support or Help browser.

If you use another browser other than the above, check its installation, use and cookie blocking configuration.

2.4. What happens if you disable the cookies?

Some features of the services or areas of this website may not function properly.

2.5. Can this cookies policy be updated?

We may update these policies, so it is recommended that you check it each time you access our website, in order to be properly informed about how we use them.

More Information

Hopefully that has clarified things for you and as was previously mentioned if there is something that you aren't sure whether you need or not it's usually safer to leave cookies enabled in case it does interact with one of the features you use on our site. However if you are still looking for more information then you can contact us through this form.