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Privacy Policy

Last updated: 29oct2020

 

1. RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL INFORMATION

 

  • Identity of the respomsible: MINILAND S.A. (CIF; A03197308)
  • Address: PG. IND LA MARJAL (C/ LA PATRONAL 10) – CP 03430, ONIL, ALICANTE (SPAIN)
  • E-mail: miniland@miniland.es
  • Telephone: +34 965 564 950

 

2. WHAT PERSONAL DATA DOES MINILAND COLLECT FROM ITS CLIENTS?

 

MINILAND S.A. requests, collects or simply stores a series of data and information the User provides to the platform on an electronic form or information sheet when registering on the Website or during the its daily use. In this manner, MINILAND S.A. collects and/or stores the following data, among other information:

The personal information of each User of the website required to provide the service, verify the User´s identity and to prevent the unauthorised use of the same will be collected and stored during the User registration process. This comprises:

  1. Name and surnames
  2. Electronic mail address
  3. Password

Moreover, other information is collected and stored to generate user statistics to enable us to get to know our clients better and to thereby improve the products and services on offer.

While you are browsing, MINILAND S.A. may collect and store information from your device to generate user statistics to enable us to provide a better service, and for support and maintenance operations. This comprises:

  1. The type and version of your Operating System.
  2. The date of most recent access.
  3. The brand and model of your Smartphone or Tablet.

 

3. THE TYPE OF INFORMATION WE COLLECT:

 

  • Information you provide us with: We receive and store all the information you put into our web or provide us with via other means. You can choose not to provide certain information, however, if you do so, you will not be able to use many of the functions we offer you.
  • Automatic information: Every time you interact with us, we receive and store certain types of information. For example, as many other websites do, we use cookies to gather certain information when your Internet browser accesses Miniland or the advertising or other types of content offered to you by or on behalf of Miniland on other websites.
  • Communication via electronic mail: As a means of ensuring the electronic mail we deliver is more useful and interesting, we usually receive confirmation when you open an electronic mail sent by Miniland, provided your computer supports this type of task. If you do not wish to receive any more electronic mail or notifications from Miniland, you should adjust your e-mail subscriptions and notification preferences by accessing My Account.
  • Information gathered from other sources: As a means of ensuring the electronic mail we deliver is more useful and interesting, we usually receive confirmation when you open an electronic mail sent by Miniland, provided your computer supports this type of task. If you do not wish to receive any more electronic mail or notifications from Miniland, you should adjust your e-mail subscriptions and notification preferences by accessing My Account.

 

4. WHAT DO WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION FOR?

 

Miniland will only use your information of a personal nature in accordance with this Privacy Policy and, as a general rule, will ask for your consent to use your personal information for any purpose other than that for which you supplied the information in the first place.

Gathering your personal information is necessary for the provision of the service, checking your identity and preventing the unauthorised use of the same. This data may also be used to respond to comments, requests, queries or questions submitted by Users.

Miniland will use your personal data for the purposes described above. Furthermore, Miniland will keep you informed on their products, new features, promotions and new services using the electronic mail address provided if the user so wishes. If at any time you decide you no longer wish to receive these commercial notifications via electronic mail you should contact the electronic mail address rgpd@miniland.es, in accordance with article 21.1 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July, ruling on information society and electronic commerce services.

Miniland, through its website, does not sell, rent, share or distribute the information of its registered users to third parties outside the platform. On accepting this Privacy Policy you acknowledge, agree and accept that Minilandmay store and disclose your registration data and any other information supplied in the event the law in force demands the same or if we genuinely believe that such access, confirmation or disclosure is reasonably necessary in order to: (1) comply with legal proceedings, including but not limited to summons to a civil or criminal court, court orders and other mandatory revelations, (2) ensure compliance with this Privacy Policy or the Conditions of Use; (3) respond to claims in relation to the violation of third party rights; (4) protect the rights, property or safety of Miniland personnel, our users and the general public.

In this website personal data are treated with the following purposes:

Customers: to carry out the management of the sale of goods and services, invoicing, accounting, collections, unpaid, offers, quotes and contracts, customer service, contact and commercial relations.
Potential clients: To carry out follow-up and commercial opportunities for the organization.
Suppliers: carry out the management of purchases, accounting, payments, management of delivery notes and orders, contact and commercial relations.
Newletter: Send information through the media provided about news, products and services related to us or our sector.
Contact: Respond to requests for information received about products and services offered, as well as answer any other questions sent by users.

 

5. HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR PERSONAL DATA FOR?

 

Personal data are processed on this website during the following periods:
(I) The period established by law
(II) The period required to meet operational obligations
The data will be kept for the time necessary to comply with the purpose for which it was collected and to determine any possible responsibilities that may arise from such purpose and from the processing of the data, in accordance with the regulations set out above, in addition to the periods established in the applicable archive and documentation regulations.

 

6.WHAT IS THE LEGITIMACY OF THE DATA PROCESSING?

 

Personal information can be processed in the organization for

Compliance with legal and regulatory obligations: By way of example and not limitation. General Law for the Defense of Consumers and Users, General Tax Law, Law on Corporate Taxes, Law on Auditing of Accounts, Law on Value Added Tax, Civil Code, Commercial Code.
Execution of a Contract: Information about the products and/or services contracted, managing requests.
Consent: By accessing our website and filling out the forms or sending us data through the electronic contact means indicated, you accept this Privacy Policy. Therefore, we rely on the consent of the user for the processing of their data. Additionally, we inform you that we will only use personal information in accordance with this Privacy Policy and, in general, we will request your consent for uses other than those for which you initially provided it. Finally, we inform you that you can withdraw your consent at any time, you will only have to contact us through the means indicated in this Privacy Policy.
In order to respond to requests, the interested party must provide the minimum information requested. In case of contract, they will not be able to be attended.

We will only use the personal information under this Privacy Policy and, in general, we will ask for your consent for uses other than those for which you initially provided it. Finally, we inform you that you can withdraw your consent at any time, just by contacting us through the means indicated in this Privacy Policy.

 

7. DOES MINILAND SHARE THE INFORMATION IT RECEIVES?

 

The personal data collected will in no case be given to third parties or made public, except in cases where you consent to it, participate voluntarily or by express legal obligations. These assignees are: Tax Administration, Banking Entities, Public Administration with competence in the matter, regarding electronic commerce.

We only share personal information with certain companies that provide services to our company: auditors, advisors, carriers, support and web development companies, and email marketing.

We require any company with which we may share personal information to protect that data in accordance with this policy, to limit the use of personal information to the provision of services, and to sign the corresponding data access contracts in accordance with current data protection regulations. We also inform you that in the case of international transfers outside the European Economic Area we require that these companies have “insurance” through international agreements, or membership of the EU-US Privacy Shield.

The information on our clients is an essential part of our business and we do not sell it to third parties. Miniland only shares its clients´ information in the manner described below, with branches under the control of Miniland, which are either subject to this Privacy Policy or comply with protective measures such as those set forth in this Privacy Policy.

  • Third-party service providers: We hire other companies and individuals to perform certain tasks in our name. These tasks include: sending post and electronic mail, deleting repeat information from client lists, conducting data analyses and providing customer service. These third parties will have access to the personal information required to conduct these tasks, but they may not use it for other purposes. Moreover, they should handle the personal information in accordance with this Notification of Privacy.
  • Transfer of companies: We may purchase or sell branches and business units in the course of our business. In such transactions, one of the assets transferred is normally the company´s clients´ personal information; however, such information is always subject to the commitments set forth in the pre-existing Notifications of Privacy (unless, of course, the client provides authorisation in another manner). Hence, in the unlikely event Miniland or most of its assets are sold to a third party, its clients´ personal information will be one of the assets transferred.
  • Protection of Miniland and others: We disclose personal information and data from our clients´ accounts when we believe this is necessary in order to comply with the law, to ensure compliance or implement the Conditions of Use and other agreements or to protect the rights, property or safety of Miniland, our users and third parties. Obviously, the above does not include selling, hiring, sharing or disclosing clients´ personal information for business purposes contrary to the commitments set forth in this Notification of Privacy.
  • With your consent: In addition to that specified above, you will be informed in the event any of your personal information comes to the knowledge of third parties, with the aim of giving you the opportunity to decide not to share your information.

Whenever we transfer personal information to countries outside the European Economic Area, we guarantee, as stated previously, that the information is transferred in accordance with this Privacy Policy and pursuant to the provisions of the laws applicable to data protection.

 

8. IS MY PERSONAL INFORMATION PERSONAL SECURE?

 

  • We work to protect the security of your personal data during the transfer using Secure Sockets Layer software (SSL), which encrypts the information you provide.
  • We possess physical, electronic and procedural security systems for the collection, storage and disclosure of clients´ personal information. Our security procedures may involve us asking you for proof of identity before providing you with confidential information.
  • It is important you protect yourself against the unauthorised access of your password and computer by third parties. Ensure you always log off whenever using a shared computer.

 

9. TO WHAT INFORMATION DO I HAVE ACCESS?

 

Miniland provides you with access to all the information you have added to your Playminiland account to enable you to view and update this information at any time. This list may vary in accordance with the development of our website.

What options do I have?

  • As specified previously, you always have the possibility of choosing not to provide information, although this may be necessary.
  • You will be able to add certain data on pages such as those in the Settings section, To what information do I have access? Normally, every time you update your data we keep a copy of the previous version in our files.
  • If you no longer wish to receive post or electronic mail we ask you to adjust your e-mail subscriptions and notification under Settings.

 

10. USER OBLIGATIONS

 

  1. You may not request login information or access an account belonging to another user.
  2. You may not use Miniland for illegal, deceptive, malicious or discriminatory acts.
  3. You may not conduct any activity which might disable, overload or affect the smooth performance of this website.
  4. You may not facilitate or promote the breach of this Privacy Policy.
  5. You may not provide false personal information on this website, or create an account for other people.
  6. If we disable your account for a good reason, you may not create another one without our permission.
  7. You may not share your password or let anyone else access your account, or do anything which might place the security of your account at risk, or transfer your account to anyone else.
  8. You are required to report any incident in relation to your password, account, the breach of the confidentiality of your data, any hazard or threat detected with regard to the security of the data and communications, users violating the Conditions of Use or our Privacy Policy, as well as any other incident related to the security and confidentiality of the information to the Miniland senior management.
  9. You may not conduct any activity which breaches the confidentiality of communications, intellectual or industrial property rights, fraud or the privacy of other users.

 

11. PRESENCE ON THE SOCIAL NETWORKS

 

Miniland is also present on the social networks FACEBOOK, TWITTER and YOUTUBE. Miniland does not share or disclose any of its followers´ personal information, and as an administrator, adopts the appropriate security measures and privacy settings provided by these social networks.

 

NOTIFICATIONS AND REVIEWS

In the event you have any concern in relation to the privacy of Miniland, we ask you to send us an electronic mail with details of your query and we will deal with the issue.

Due to the continuous development of our activities, this Privacy Policy, the Cookies Policy and the Conditions of Use may be subject to changes. We can send you regular reminders on our notifications and conditions via electronic mail, unless you have chosen not to receive the same. However, we recommend you visit our website regularly in order to check the most recent changes. Unless you state otherwise, our current Privacy Policy will apply to all the information we process in relation to you and your account. Whatever the case, we are true to our word and under no circumstances whatsoever will we significantly change our policies or practices making them less effective with regard to the protection of our clients´ personal data collected in the past without the prior consent of the clients in question.
Eventually, this Privacy Policy may be revised in order to update changes in the current legislation, update the procedures for collecting and using personal information, the emergence of new services or the exclusion of others. These changes will be effective from the time of their publication on the website, so it is important that you regularly review this Privacy Policy in order to stay informed about the changes.

 

12. EXERCISING OF RIGHTS

 

According to the European regulations, the rights you have are the following:

Access, the right to request information from the person responsible for a file about whether your personal data is being processed.
Rectification, right that allows the person concerned to request the modification of data that are inaccurate or incomplete.
Opposition, right of a person to oppose the processing of his or her personal data or the cessation thereof.
Automated individual decisions, right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects on him or her or significantly affects him or her in a similar way.
Limitation, right to suspend the processing of the user’s personal data in certain cases.
Deletion or Oblivion, right to delete the personal data of the person concerned.
Portability, right to request the data controller to provide personal data in a structured and clear format to another data controller.

The party concerned may exercise his/her rights regarding data protection (access, rectification, opposition, erasure, automated decisions, processing restriction, portability) by e-mail to rgpd@miniland.es, or by post to PG. IND. LA MARJAL (C/ LA PATRONAL 10) – CP 03430, ONIL, ALICANTE (SPAIN). Documentary evidence of the identity of the applicant must be provided (a copy of the front of the National Identity Document or equivalent). The maximum response time shall be 30 days after receipt and this may be extended by no more than 2 months whenever necessary. In any case, you may request the protection of the Spanish Data Protection Agency at its website.