- VetEvidence only collects the personal information it needs for the services it provides, which is specifically requested and voluntarily given by the user.
- VetEvidence is committed to complying with privacy and personal data security regulations.
- We will not pass your information to other organisations outside VetEvidence, unless you expressly and specifically give us permission to do so.
- We will always give you the option to unsubscribe from our mailing lists.
- If you are under 18 years old, you should check with your parent or guardian before registering on this or any site owned by VetEvidence.
1. Incorporation of personal data into VetEvidence files
Pursuant to that established by REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR), the User is informed that the personal data given to us through the different channels will be incorporated and processed into files owned by VetEvidence SL, whose registered address is Ronda de Sant Pere 29, 1º1ª, 08010 Barcelona, whose NIF is B66572496 and email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. What kind of data is collected and for what purpose?
Professional information: Name, position, company address, company telephone number, and company email address.
Non personal information
VetEvidence collects data such as IP addresses, pages visited and files downloaded. This helps us determine how many people use our site and visit us on a regular basis and which pages are the most and least popular. This information does not reveal anything about your identity; it only allows us to manage our services better.
According to purpose
The data collected through the subscription to our Newsletter is processed to manage the registration for this service to send VetEvidence information and news by email on a regular basis.
Supplying this data is based on the entirely voluntary, specific, unequivocal and informed consent being given by the Data Subject.
3. What legal basis authorises us to process your data?
The legal basis for processing your data is the consent given voluntarily by Data Subjects.
4. Communication of your data
The data collected by VetEvidence through its website will not be disclosed to third parties.
Likewise, VetEvidence works with third party service providers that have access to your personal data and who process said data on behalf of VetEvidence resulting from their provision of services and is covered by all legal guarantees. Specifically, VetEvidence contracts services from third parties to carry out specific activities, by way of example but not limited to, in the following sectors: technological and IT services; courier and/or postal services; infrastructure management and maintenance and call centre services.
5. What are my rights in terms of data protection?
i) Right of access: You can verify whether VetEvidence processes your personal data and access that data.
ii) Right to rectification. You have the right to request rectification of your data if it is inaccurate or add to incomplete personal data.
iii) Right to erasure. You can request that we stop processing your data immediately for a variety of reasons, including that it is no longer necessary or because you have withdrawn consent.
iv) Right to restriction of processing. You can request that we do not use your personal data for applicable processing operations.
v) Right to data portability. You can receive your data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format or request that it be transferred to another data processor, provided this is technically possible.
vi) Right to object. You can object to the processing of your data and request VetEvidence cease processing your, unless the reasons run contrary to law.
You can exercise these rights by writing to VetEvidence SL. at one of the following addresses: – Rda Sant Pere 29, 1º1ª – 08010 Barcelona or email@example.com. You must accompany your request with a copy of your national identity document, passport or a similar valid identity document.
You can contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency with any questions or doubts about the exercise of your rights. Similarly, you can file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency should you feel your rights have not been adequately respected.
6. What security measures protect your personal data?
VetEvidence processes all the personal data they are given under the strictest confidentiality, and applies all the security, technical and organisational measures required by applicable legislation.
7. Automated decisions and profiling
Users are informed that automated decisions and profiling are not carried out. Should any profiling actions be carried out, we will explicitly request the user’s consent before doing so.
8. How long do we keep your data?
The data collected through the Newsletter form, and any other form that users have filled in to request communications, will be retained as long as the data subject does not request its erasure and/or objection.
9. How have we obtained your data?
The data processed by VetEvidence is that voluntarily provided to VetEvidence by the user by filling in corresponding form.
10. What type of data is processed?
The categories of data that are processed are those necessary for the management of each situation or association with VetEvidence: identifying data, personal characteristics.
Specially protected data is not processed.
11. Right to file a claim with the Supervisory Authorities.
Data subjects are informed that they have the right to contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency on any incident regarding the processing of their data. The Spanish Data Protection Agency is responsible for ensuring compliance with legislation and controlling its application.