PRIVACY POLICY

At Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L. we understand that it is essential to keep a transparent relationship with you. Therefore, we present our Privacy Policy, so that you are always duly informed about how we securely collect and treat any data that you provide to us.

Your data will be processed in accordance with current legislation and, in particular, with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (GDPR) on the Protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data. Also with regard to Law 3/2018 of 5 December on Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights.

A careful reading of our Privacy Policy will provide you with the necessary information to know what destination we will give to the data that you provide.

1. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROCESSING OF YOUR DATA?

If you, or an authorised person, have provided us with your data, we inform you that Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L., with CIF: ESB94135779, is responsible for the processing of them. This data will be processed in accordance with the provisions of current regulations on the protection of personal data.

It is possible that there are other people responsible for the processing of data. In that case, we will always inform about the person responsible for the processing, as well as about their identification data.  datos de identificación.

At Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L. we undertake to comply with the obligation of privacy of personal data and the duty to store data. For this, we take the necessary measures to prevent its alteration, loss, processing or unauthorised access, in accordance with the Regulation.

2. WHERE DO WE REPORT?

At Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L. we inform through the website http://www.wofco-ltd.com in the corresponding section of the Privacy policy. More information in "Legal Notice". privacy policy. Más información en “Aviso Legal”.

3. WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE PROCESS?

The personal data that we process are:

  • The data that you voluntarily decide to provide us.
  • The data derived from the communications that you make with us.
  • The data corresponding to your own browsing in the case of Online Services, e. g. IP address and cookies or similar devices (you can see our Cookies Policy on the web).
  • The data that is available from publicly accessible sources, which we can legitimately access.
  • The data derived from the contractual or pre-contractual relationship that you maintain with us, including your image (in this case, we will always inform you about the possibility of capturing your image).
  • The data that third parties provide us about you, on condition that there is a legitimate basis or your consent to it.
  • The data of third parties that you provide us, with the consent of the third party concerned.

4. HOW DO WE PROCESS THE DATA?

At Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L. we always process your personal data in strict compliance with current legislation. In addition, we inform you that we take the appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure an optimal level of security, guaranteeing that only those who are authorised will access your data, that we will keep them complete, avoiding any intentional or accidental loss, and that we have strengthened the systems and services of data processing.

The operations, arrangements and technical procedures that we carry out in an automated or non-automated manner and that enable the collection, storage, modification, transfer and other actions on personal data, are considered to be the processing of personal data.

5. WHAT IS THE LEGITIMISATION FOR THE PROCESSING?

The basis of the legitimisation for the processing of personal data results from the contractual or pre-contractual relationship, the employment relationship, or any other relationship that is required for the processing of data, such as express consent.

6. HOW DO WE MANAGE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS?

In accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, and with Directive 2002/58/EC, we inform you that you can receive communications and information of a commercial nature through this electronic communication system (e-mails, automated reply-message forms, and other communication systems) once you have given us your consent, or if the commercial communications concern similar products or services to those previously provided by the controller of your data.

In the event that you do not wish to receive communications and information of this kind, you can notify us by this same way indicating the subject "CANCELLATION OF COMMERCIAL COMMUNICATIONS", so that your personal data are unsubscribed from our database. Your request will be executed within 1 month of shipment. In the event that we do not receive express reply from you, we will understand that you accept and authorise our entity to continue to make such communications. «BAJA COMUNICACIONES COMERCIALES» para que tus datos personales sean dados de baja de nuestra base de datos. Tu solicitud será accionada en un plazo de 1 mes desde su envío. En el supuesto de que no recibamos contestación expresa por tu parte, entenderemos que aceptas y autorizas que nuestra entidad siga realizando las referidas comunicaciones

In the event of receiving such communications by these means, we inform you that the messages are directed exclusively to their recipient and may contain inside or confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient, we warn you that use, disclosure and/or copying without authorisation is prohibited under applicable law.

7. HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA?

Personal data relating to natural persons that Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L. collects by any means, will be kept as long as the data owner does not request their deletion. Likewise, they will be kept as long as the relationship that originated the processing of the data is maintained, respecting in any case the legal periods of retention. After this period, personal data will be deleted from all Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L systems.

8. WILL YOUR DATA BE COMMUNICATED TO THIRD PARTIES?</p/

Only the cession, transmission or transfer of personal data that result from a legal obligation are permitted. If your personal data are requested by the Public Administration or the Autonomous Institutions within the scope of the functions expressly attributed by law, they will be transmitted.

If there is a cession, transmission or transfer of personal data outside the aforementioned cases, you will be previously informed so that, if applicable, you give us your consent.

This processing on behalf of third parties is regulated in a contract which is in writing or otherwise legally admitted and which allows to prove its conclusion and content, explicitly specifying that the data controller shall process the data in accordance with our instructions and shall not apply or use the data for a purpose other than the one that appears in that contract, nor shall communicate the data to other persons, even for preservation.

This processing on behalf of third parties is regulated in a contract which is in writing or otherwise legally admitted and which allows to prove its conclusion and content, explicitly specifying that the data controller shall process the data in accordance with our instructions and shall not apply or use the data for a purpose other than the one that appears in that contract, nor shall communicate the data to other persons, even for preservation.

9. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?

Data protection regulations give you the following rights:

  • Right to revoke any prior consent.
  • Right of accessKnowing what type of data is being processed and the characteristics of the processing being carried out.
  • Right of rectification: Requesting the modification of data that is inaccurate or untruthful.
  • Right of portability: Obtaining an interoperable copy of the data being processed.
  • Right to limitation of processing in cases that you deem it is not necessary.
  • Right of cancellation: Requesting the cessation of the processing of data and their deletion when it is no longer necessary for their conservation.

If you want to get more information about the processing of your data, to rectify those that are inaccurate, to object and/or limit any processing that you consider is not necessary, or to request the cancellation of the processing when the data are no longer necessary, you can write to Worldwide Fishing Company, S.L. at Camiño Laranxo, 17 Int. (Teis), 36216 - Vigo (Pontevedra) or by e-mail to administracion@wofco-ltd.com.  administracion@wofco-ltd.com.

  • Such communication shall reflect the following information: Name and surname of the user, the request for application, the address, and the supporting data.
  • The exercise of rights must be carried out by the user himself. However, they may be executed by a legal representative of the authorised person. In such case, the documentation that proves the representation of the interested party must be provided.

Likewise, we want to inform you that you can withdraw the consent given without affecting the lawfulness of the processing already carried out, by sending your request to the same address indicated in the previous paragraph. In this case, your request must include a copy of your ID card or a document proving your identity.

Also remember that you have the right to file a complaint at the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) if you consider that your rights have been infringed: Protección de Datos. C/ Jorge Juan, 6. 28001-Madrid. FAX: 914483680. TEL: 901 100 099. E-mail: ciudadano@agpd.es

10. WHAT ARE THE PURPOSE AND THE BASIS OF LEGITIMATION FOR THE PROCESSING OF THE DATA, AND HOW LONG WILL THE DATA BE KEPT?

We detail below the purposes of the data processing carried out by some, or all, of the Treatment Managers listed beforehand.

PROCESSING ACTIVITY

PURPOSE OF THE PROCESSING

BASIS OF LEGITIMATION

CONSERVATION PERIOD

Tax and accounting management

Processing necessary for the fulfillment of tax and accounting obligations

Contractual relationship

Legal obligation for the data controller

Prevalent legitimate interests of the data controller or third parties

5 years from the end of the contract

The time required to respond to legal obligations

Contact Management

Data processing in order to communicate with stakeholders

Contractual relationship

Prevalent legitimate interests of the data controller or third parties

Express consent of the interested party

5 years from the end of the contract

Until cancellation and/or opposition by the owner

Until relevant loss of use

Management of job applications

Staff selection and job provision through curriculum assessment, personal interviews and valuation tests

Essential interests of the interested party or other persons

Express consent of the interested party

Maximum 1 year

Multimedia management

Processing of images and/or videos for dissemination in media and social networks and the promotion of activities

Express consent of the interested party

Until cancellation and/or opposition by the owner

Until relevant loss of use

Customer Management

Processing of the data necessary for the maintenance of the commercial/contractual relationship with customers, for billing, after-sale service, promotion, advertising, and customer loyalty.

Contractual relationship

Commercial relationship

5 years from the end of the contract

The deadline legally established by the specific regulations

Suppliers Management

Analysis, valuation, procurement, order management and supplier payment management

Contractual relationship

5 years from the end of the contract

The deadline legally established by the specific regulations

Management of potential customers

Being able to make the necessary communications with potential customers and/or other interested parties, to send quotes, fees, product costs and other requested information prior to establishing a contractual relationship

Commercial relationship

Until relevant loss of use

Labour control

Control of staff attendance at the workplace (via fingerprint or own application)

Contractual relationship

Prevalent legitimate interests of the data controller or third parties

Until the end of the contractual relationship