INNOVATE MOBILE APPS EUROPE, S.L., a company incorporated in Spain, with employer identification number: B-47680731 and tax domicile at c/ Callao, nº 5, 8º floor, 28045 Madrid, registered in the Madrid Company Register, Volume 3.690, Sheet 150, Page M-552252, Entry 2, is the owning body of the file that includes your personal data and responsible for the handling thereof.
BLINK may use “technical cookies “when the User browses any of its websites. A “cookie” can be defined as a text file stored by a website on your computer’s hard drive, containing information relating to the user. BLINK only uses “technical cookies” to achieve the desired efficacy of the online services provided to the Users. This APP includes hyperlinks (“links”) that allow you to move to other web pages or websites. BLINK does not accept any responsibility with respect to the data protection policy that might have been adopted therein, and advises users to investigate the content thereof. In any case, users are fully aware that the present Legislation applies solely and exclusively to the information collected by this APP.
BLINK may, where appropriate, transfer the Personal Data to companies within its Consortium for handling in accordance with the purposes specified in Rule Two above. In those situations where BLINK transfers international data to companies in the Consortium in countries where, pursuant to Article 33 of the Data Protection Law: a. They do not provide a level of protection comparable to the level provided by the Spanish Legislation. b. They are not included in the exceptions to Article 34, the appropriate authorisation will be obtained from the Data Protection Agency Director. In any case, the treatment of the personal data provided by these third parties will be limited to the fulfilment of the automatic collection and handling of personal data and to execute the activities of the BLINK Group. This transfer will be documented contractually, including clauses that safeguard the confidentiality of the Personal Data, under which these Companies cannot retain, transfer nor communicate the data in question for purposes other than those indicated, ensuring the elimination or destruction of those data that could have stayed in its power once the transfer has been finalized. BLINK will not communicate data to third parties outside of the Consortium to which BLINK belongs, unless this communication occurs in a dissociated form, in such a way that the user’s identity remains completely anonymous.
Any individual that has provided its data to BLINK may appeal to it, as the responsible of the file containing its Personal Data, in order to exercise its access rights, cancelation, correction and obstruction with regard to the data included in the file. Given the personal nature of these rights, the affected party must give proof of his identity to BLINK, and BLINK reserves the right to adopt the relevant measures in order to verify his or her identity, To exercise these rights, the affected party may opt for any of the communication channels available in Rule Ten below. Once his or her identity has been established, BLINK will notify him or her of its decision within one month. If affirmative, you may access the relevant information within 10 days of the notification. The rights to correction and cancelation may be exercised, pursuant to the following provisions, as long as you consider that the personal details included in our files are inaccurate, incomplete, insufficient or excessive. If this is the case, you may exercise them using one of the measures foreseen above. Once your identity has been confirmed, BLINK will proceed to the rectification or cancellation within 10 days of receiving your request.
BLINK reserves the right to modify this Policy with a view to adapt it to any changes in law or jurisprudence as well as any changes that might arise from codes that may exist in the area or for corporate strategical reasons. Such changes will be notified with whatever notice is deemed necessary in our APP, with due regard to asking the necessary consent of those affected, whenever this was not considered granted under the terms of this Policy. Do not hesitate to inform us of any doubts, questions or comments with regard to this Legislation by sending your communication to the address indicated in Rule Ten below.
Should the affected party wish to send any correspondence pursuant to the above Rules, please send a letter to Plaza de Callao, 5, 8º Madrid (28013) and/or an e-mail to email@example.com.