Privacy Policy

Whenever we need to obtain information about you, we shall always expressly request you to provide it voluntarily. Any data collected via the data collection forms on the website or via other means shall be included in a personal data file duly entered in the General Register of Data Protection of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, for which THE WEBSITE PROPRIETOR is responsible. This entity will treat the data confidentially and solely for the purpose of offering the services requested, with all the legal guarantees and security bestowed by Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, for the Protection of Personal Data, Royal Decree 1720/2007, of 21 December and Law 34/2002, of 11 July, for Services of the Information Society and E-Commerce.

THE WEBSITE PROPRIETOR undertakes not to transfer, sell, nor share the data with third parties without your express approval.

Likewise, MARASA 94, S.L. shall cancel or rectify data when they are inaccurate, incomplete or have become unnecessary or irrelevant for their purpose, in accordance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, for Personal Data Protection.

Users may revoke their consent provided and exercise their right of access, amendment, cancellation and opposition by addressing themselves for that purpose to the registered offices of MARASA 94, S.L., located in C/ ARCOS, 9 (RECINTO PUEBLO ESPAÑOL, MONTJUIC) – 08038 BARCELONA – BARCELONA, duly identifying themselves and indicating visibly the specific right they wish to exercise.

THE WEBSITE PROPRIETOR adopts the corresponding security levels required by said Organic Law 15/1999 and other applicable regulations. Notwithstanding, no responsibility is assumed for damages arising from changes that third parties may make to the user’s computer systems, electronic documents or files.

Our policy regarding emails focuses on only sending communications that you have requested.

If you prefer not to receive these messages by email we offer you the possibility of exercising your right to cancel and refuse to receive these messages, in accordance with the provisions under Title III, Article 22 of Law 34/2002 on Services for the Information Society and E-Commerce.