Privacy and confidentiality policy

This Privacy Policy regulates the collection and processing of personal data that are provided by Users, when accessing, browsing or making use of the features on the Website accessible from the URL www.surftheweb.es (hereinafter, the Site Web).

The acceptance of this Privacy Policy means that the User authorizes Surf the Web SL with NIF B43606615 and address at Calle Torrassa 14, 43840 of Salou, hereinafter, Surf the web) as the owner of the Website, to carry out the processing of their data and include them in a record of treatments of their responsibility, for the purposes stipulated below:

· Web Queries: In case you complete the contact form, your data will be used to contact you and manage the relationship that derives from it. The legal basis for the treatment of such data is based on the consent of the User.
· In order to keep your personal information updated so that they reflect your current situation, you can inform us of any modification in writing through the email address info@surftheweb.es
· At any time you can unsubscribe from the Website. Just sending an email from the email account you want to make the download to info@surftheweb.es indicating in the subject "Low communications." The processing time of the leave will depend on the work schedule, but it will not exceed 72 hours in most cases.
· All required fields are mandatory and their omission will prevent Surf the web from managing the data processing. The data provided by the User must be complete and accurate, since otherwise Surf the web will not be able to correctly manage the registration of the user account and manage the relationship that derives from it.
· Likewise, the User may revoke the consent to the processing, At any time may exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, portability, limitation or opposition, writing Surf the web, address Carrer de la Torrassa, 14. Albatros Building. 43840 Salou (Tarragona). You must include a copy of your identity document or similar official document that identifies you. If you consider it appropriate, you have the right to file a complaint with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection.