Last update: 16 December 2020
- Domain name: bluebananabrand.com
- Company name: Blue Banana Brand, S.L.
- Trade name: Blue Banana
- Business address: Avda. Córdoba, Nº 21, C.P. 28026 Madrid
- Tax ID number (NIF): B87541827
- Email: email@example.com
- Registry Information: Registered in the Madrid Companies House in Volume 24648, Folio 165, Section 8, Sheet H M 623267
Who is responsible for processing your personal data?
- Company: Blue Banana Brand, S.L.
- Tax ID number (NIF): B87541827
- Address: Avda. Córdoba, Nº 21, C.P. 28026 Madrid
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Data Protection Officer: email@example.com
Why do we process your personal data?
The controller processes your data in order to manage and oversee contractual relationships, and for advertising or sales prospecting regarding our products and services.
How long will personal data be kept?
The data provided shall be stored for the duration of the commercial relationship or for as long as required by law.
What are the legal grounds for processing your personal data?
The legal grounds for processing your personal data is the performance of a contract or your unequivocal consent.
Who are the recipients of your personal data?
Your data will not be disclosed to third parties, except when required by law.
What rights do you have as a data subject?
Data subjects may revoke consent to the processing of their data at any time.
Anyone has the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not we are handling data that pertains to them.
Anyone interested has the right to access their personal data, and to request it be corrected if inaccurate or, when applicable, request it be erased when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.
In certain circumstances, the interested parties may request limited handling of their data, in which case it shall only be saved to lodge or defend against claims.
In certain circumstances and for reasons associated with a specific situation, the interested parties may oppose to the handling of their data. We will stop handling the data, except when there are legitimate overriding circumstances, or to lodge or defend against claims.
To exercise these rights, contact us using the contact details provided by the Controller.
Users may lodge a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency at any time to exercise their rights, using the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any data requested on the site is obligatory, as it is necessary to give users the best service possible. If the data is not provided, the provider cannot guarantee that the information and services provided fully address the user’s needs.
Likewise, users may unsubscribe from the services by clicking on the unsubscribe link in any email sent by the provider.
Furthermore, the provider has adopted any and all technical and organisational means necessary to ensure the security and integrity of the personal data provided and prevent it from being altered, lost or processed and/or accessed without authorisation.
Cookies are files downloaded to your computer when you visit specific websites. Cookies allow a website, among other things, to save and have access to users’ browsing habits and, depending on the information they contain and the way the device is used, may be used to recognise the user.
Cookies used for the following purposes are exempt from the obligations established in article 22.2 of Law 34/2002 LSSICE:
- Criteria A: Only allow communication between the user’s equipment and the network.
- Criteria B: Strictly provide a service expressly requested by the user.
Meaning the exempt cookies would be used for the following purposes:
- User-input cookies
- User identification or authentication cookies (only session)
- User security cookies
- Multimedia player session cookies
- Load-balancing session cookies
- User interface personalisation cookies
- Cookies for plug-in to exchange social contents
For Criteria B, cookies that provide an information society service must meet both of the following conditions:
- the cookie is necessary to provide a specific function to the user (or subscriber): if the cookies don’t work, the function can’t be provided
- the function was explicitly requested by the user (or subscriber), as part of an information society service
The first layer will show the essential information on the cookies, whether they are first- or third- party cookies and the purposes for which they are used, as well as how consent can be granted.
The second layer explains what cookies are and why they are used, the type of cookies and their purpose, as well as how to block or delete the cookies in question through the functions provided by the editor, the tools provided by the browser or terminal, or any common platforms that may exist for this purpose; and, if applicable, how to revoke consent. This second layer will also include information regarding the identity of the entity that uses the cookies, meaning whether the information obtained using the cookies is processed by the editor or by third parties. Plus the identity of anyone the editor has hired or whose services it has integrated into
The website servers can automatically detect a user’s IP address and domain name. An IP address is a number assigned automatically to a computer when it is connected to the Internet. All of this information is saved in the duly registered activity file of the server, making it possible to process the data for purely statistical purposes to determine the number of impressions for each page, number of visits to the website services, order of visits, entry point, etc.
This site uses security techniques generally accepted as industry standard, such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms to prevent unauthorised access to the data. To this end, users/clients consent to the provider obtaining data to authenticate their identity in access control procedures.
Any process that entails entering sensitive personal data (health, ideology, etc.) will always be carried out using SSL-encrypted secure communication protocols (https://…) so that third parties don’t have access to the information transferred online.
In order to offer you Klarna’s payment methods, we might in the checkout pass your personal data in the form of contact and order details to Klarna, in order for Klarna to assess whether you qualify for their payment methods and to tailor those payment methods for you. Your personal data transferred is processed in line with Klarna’s own privacy notice.