This Privacy Policy is an integral part of the General Terms and Conditions. Accessing and browsing the website, or using the services offered therein, implies the acceptance of these Terms and Conditions (and therefore of the Privacy and Cookie Policy). Please read them carefully.

 

Data protection policy

 

Register controller

S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. guarantees the confidentiality of the personal data provided through this website, in accordance with the requirements of General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and applicable domestic law. Data supplied by the User will be included in the register of processing activities. The controller of said register is S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L., the corporate domicile of which is Calle Valle de Alcudia, 3, 28230 Las Rozas, Madrid, SPAIN.

 

Gathering of personal data

Personal data will be gathered through the corresponding forms, which will contain only the fields necessary to render the service requested by the User. These data include:

Forms for current and potential clients:

  • User name
  • Company name
  • User name and password (when applicable)
  • E-mail address
  • Province
  • Contact telephone number
  • Any other information you provide us


Candidate forms:

  • Candidate’s name and surnames
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • National Identity Document or Residency Card number
  • Municipality and province of residence
  • Contact telephone numbers
  • E-mail address
  • Possession of a disability certificate
  • Academic and work history
  • Any other information from their CV or any other documents or information they send us

 

Furthermore, be aware that any consent given for promotional communications may be revoked at any time simply and free of charge.

Partially or completely filling out this website’s forms is completely voluntary, explicit and verifiable. Personal data will be processed with the appropriate level of protection as per General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and the domestic legislation in force. The necessary security measures will be taken to avoid their alteration or loss, unauthorized processing or access by any third parties who may use them for purposes other than those requested by the User.

Likewise, the appropriate Control Authority would be notified no later than 72 hours after any breaches of personal data security take place. If, in said breach, the affected data were sensitive or greatly important, the concerned parties would also be notified.

 

Purposes

The User hereby grants their consent for their personal data to be permanently manually or automatically processed by S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. for the purposes to be outlined herein below, or by any of its subsidiaries to be processed for intragroup management purposes.

Forms for current and potential clients:

  1. Providing a price quote per request.
  2. Maintaining the usual provider-client communication.
  3. Managing consultations sent to us through any channels made available to them.
  4. Informing them via electronic means of special promotions, news and actions that may be of interest to them.
  5. Fulfilling our legal obligations.
  6. Redesigning and/or modifying the browsing experience and/or functionality of the website
  7. Performing statistical analyses.
  8. Defining and adjusting our sales strategy.

 

Candidate forms:

  1. Processing their employment application to include it in the entity’s future selection processes.
  2. Managing consultations sent to us through any channels made available to them.
  3. Informing them via electronic means of special promotions, news and actions that may be of interest to them.
  4. Fulfilling our legal obligations.
  5. Redesigning and/or modifying the browsing experience and/or functionality of the website
  6. Performing statistical analyses.

S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. may send out commercial notices through any channel in full compliance with any personal data protection legislation currently in force. In accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services, the User’s consent will be duly acquired for any commercial notices sent out via e-mail or equivalent channels at the moment in which the corresponding data is collected.

Likewise, if at any time you wish to revoke said consent to receive publicity or promotional information via e-mail, you may do so by notifying S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. by sending an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., clearly stating that YOU DO NOT WISH TO RECEIVE COMMERCIAL NOTICES BY E-MAIL.

 

Recipients of the data

S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. May share your personal data with its subsidiaries to process them for the purposes of intragroup management and to deliver or render services in which certain service elements are provided by group companies other than those you directly contracted.

We may also share your personal data with the following third parties:

  • Our professional consultants, such as external legal and financial consultants
  • Our providers, business partners and contractors, who will use them in the name of S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. for the aforementioned purposes
  • Our website hosting and maintenance providers and/or search engine or website analysis providers.
  • Government authorities and/or officials responsible for law enforcement if required by law or necessary to legally protect our legitimate interests in accordance with the legislation in force.

 

Data conservation

Data provided by Users will be stored while necessary to fulfill the contractual relationship, petitions or requests, and, in any case, so long as their deletion is not requested by the concerned party. They will also be stored as long as necessary to comply with any applicable legal obligations in accordance with the data typology.

Furthermore, certain information must be stored by law or if it is reasonably necessary to comply with regulatory requirements, settle litigation, prevent fraud and abuse, or fulfill our terms and conditions.

 

Data transfer

Data gathered can be transferred and stored outside of the European Economic Area (EEA). Likewise, said data may be used by personnel working for us or for one of our providers that is not subject to the EEA, in which case the other country’s data protection laws or other applicable security measures will have been approved and accepted by the European Commission.

 

Legitimacy for data processing

The legal basis for managing the relationship with the client and other concerned parties and for offering information regarding related activities, products and services may be either the execution of a contract or, if no prior contractual relationship exists, the unequivocal consent of the concerned party.

 

Rights of access, rectification, being forgotten, portability, erasure and objection

In any case, you retain the rights of access to, rectification, portability and erasure of and objection to the processing of your data, as well as the right to be forgotten, which you may exercise by sending a notice to S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. at C/Valle de Alcudia, 3, 28230 Las Rozas, Madrid, SPAIN, quoting the reference: “Data Protection”, or to the e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Privacy policy changes

We may occasionally modify or adapt this Privacy Policy. On this web page you will find the conditions in force at any given time. We recommend that you visit it each time you browse the website so that you are always informed before sending us any data.

 

Cookie policy


In accordance with Law 34/2002 of 11 July on information society and electronic commerce services, S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. hereby informs its users of how cookies are used to improve the service being rendered. If you continue browsing without changing the cookie configuration, we will take this to mean that you consent to the installation of cookies. Likewise, should you not wish to receive cookies you can configure your Internet browser to delete them from your system’s hard disk, block them, or to alert you when they are installed, as explained at the end of this text.

Furthermore, S&H Global IP Management and Translations, S.L. hereby informs Users that cookies will only be used to keep the browsing session open. They never store personal data. Should Users not wish to accept the cookies, they must eliminate this possibility in their own browser’s settings.

Here is how cookies can be administered in different browsers: You may allow cookies, block cookies or delete installed cookies by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer accordingly.
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What are cookies?


Cookies are small files that contain information that help us understand how our users browse our website and thus work to continuously improve the browsing process. They have an expiration date that can range from the time that a session remains open to a specified future date upon which they will cease to be functional.

 

What kind of cookies do we use and what is their purpose?

- Strictly necessary or technical cookies: These cookies are necessary for the website to be used correctly. They enable access to sections with security filters. Without these cookies some or all of the available services would not be functional.

- Browsing or analysis cookies: These cookies collect usage and tracking information on visitors to our website. The information collected is used for the purpose of introducing improvements based on analysis of the data regarding how the users use the service. The main goal is to improve the website’s functionality.

Regarding the processing of data received through analysis cookies, the Working Party under article 29 (European advisory body on data protection) has stated that, despite the fact that they are not exempt from the obligation to acquire informed consent to be used, it is improbable that they represent a risk to user privacy so long as the cookies are first-party, processing aggregate data for strictly statistical purposes, information about their use is provided, and users are allowed to refuse their use.