HIDUP Case report form
To comply with the duty of information required by the regulations, the user who provides us with personal data must be previously informed that their data will be processed in accordance with Regulation 2016/679 of April 27 and the Organic Law on Protection of Personal Data and Guarantees of Digital Rights 3/2018 of December 5, which has the rights that it grants.
To meet this duty of information, each and every one of the points reported below must be addressed.
By using this website you agree that: HIDUP CASE REPORT FORM (HIDUP CRF hereinafter) Social denomination: Tartessos Systems and Services SL with registered office: Torrijiano street nº 23 – 41009 Seville, VAT number: B90079500 Registration data: T 5730, F 113, S 8, H SE 98134, I/A 4 (10.28.15) As the owner of the website, store and process the personal data that you provide us for the purpose of using the platform. The indicated company is responsible for the data. In any case, the USER is informed that the following treatments are carried out based on the information provided, without prejudice to the provisions of the different legal notices on the website where specific consent is required.
- Who is responsible for your data?
HIDUP CRF with registered office at Calle Torrijiano nº 23 – 41009 Seville Seville, CIF: B90079500 Registration data: T 5730, F 113, S 8, H SE 98134, I/A 4 (10.28.15) is responsible for the data. In any case, the USER is informed, In application of current regulations on the protection of personal data, it informs that the personal data collected through the forms of the Website are included in the specific automated files of users of the company's services.
If you are a user of any of the research trials, the person responsible for the processing of your data is the entity that owns the study, and this platform is merely a data processor.
- What do we do with your data?
The treatments, and therefore, the use of personal data that are carried out are the following:
- Inform you about our products and services, when requested through the forms on the website or by email.
- Answer and manage your queries, comments and suggestions, if applicable.
- Commercial communications and advertising, for the realization of commercial communications and advertising campaigns through different channels such as social networks or television, as well as the management of social networks.
- Web analytics, to review the correct use of the web, its use and correction of possible errors
- Potential customers and customers contracted with this company
- web queries
- human Resources
- What personal data do we process about our users?
The data that is processed, depending on the treatments that are carried out with them, are the following:
Name and surname, Postal address, Telephone numbers E-mail Bank and economic data, Fiscal and financial information Internet protocol (IP) address
|Contractual||Professional use of research, intended for laboratories and universities in general, aimed at improving communication and access to information by providing the contracted services.|
|Social networks||User IP RRSS Mail||Contractual Legitimate interest||Communications via: Mail Social Networks|
|commercial communications||Name and surname Telephone E-mail||Legitimate interest Express consent||Sending relevant information about products or services|
|Human Resources||Name and surname ID age E-mail Health CC number Marital status Training||Contractual||Management of the workforce, registrations and cancellations of social security, finance, payroll payments|
|web analytics||cookie user id||Contractual||Analysis of the use of the application and web space|
|Suppliers||name and surname E-mail CCDNI number Fiscal address||Contractual||Supplier, billing and cost management|
|Potential customers||Identification:- |
Name and surname, Postal address, Telephone numbers E-mail Internet protocol (IP) address
First contact: legitimate interest
|Information, demonstration and request for possible future services.|
In any case, HIDUP CRF provides the service of Research Notebooks to third parties for which it is in charge of the treatment, and therefore it will be determined with each of said commercial or research organizations.
- How long is the data stored?
In general, we store the information for the time necessary to carry out the different treatments, and a maximum period of 2 years from the user's withdrawal, or one year from the last confirmation of commercial interest, with the exception of the data that by legal obligation have to be kept for a longer time.
- Who do we give data to?
Any data that is collected by HIDUP CRF, under no circumstances, will be transferred to third-party companies, except in the cases detailed below:
|Google Analytics||web analytics|
|WordPress Plugins||Clients Potential Clients Social networks|
|recaptcha||Web analytics Leads|
|Google Workspace||Client sSocial networks Human resources Suppliers Potential Clients Web consultation|
|google words||Commercial Communications|
Those others that are necessary for the provision of the service and are not included in this section, without which the provision would be impracticable.
The current networks where HIDUP is located and to which data is transferred are the following, for which it is determined by them.
- Do we make automated decisions?
No, currently HIDUP does not carry out automated decisions.
- Rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of treatment, data portability and opposition
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and the LOPD GDD, along with their right to oppose the automation of decisions, any user who has provided data to HIDUP has the following rights that they can exercise:
Limitation of treatment
The exercise of these rights must be carried out through communication addressed to
HIDUP CRF , either to your postal address, indicated above, or to the electronic address provided for this purpose (email@example.com), without prejudice to the use of any other legally valid means that allows legally valid completion of the requirements for it .
To prove your identity we will need you to provide us with:
- Name and surname of the interested party; copy of ID, passport or similar and, where appropriate, of the person representing you.
- Object of the request.
- Address for notification purposes, date and signature of the applicant.
- Documents accrediting the request made in the event that they are deemed convenient or necessary.
- Information management
The data that you provide to the Web are included in our aforementioned treatments, as well as those that are transferred, they are also included in the relevant Transfer Register.
Updated: Seville 20 July 2022