The privacy and confidentiality of users’ personal data are priorities for SINGULARIS CATERING DE AUTOR SL.U.. Through the following privacy policy, we inform you regarding which personal data is collected when using our website and how we process, use and protect this data.

Who is the data controller responsible for your personal data?

SINGULARIS CATERING DE AUTOR SL.U., (hereinafter SINGULARIS), with VAT NUMBER B-6704331 and registered address at Avenida Josep Tarradellas, 34-36, 08029 Barcelona, is responsible for processing personal data collected from the website.

SINGULARIS has designated a Data Protection Officer, to whom you may address any questions you may have at any time regarding personal data processing. They can be contacted by email  lopd@singulariscatering.com or by post at the address provided.

How do we collect your data?

As a general rule, the use of the website does not require users to reveal their personal data in the first instance.

You will provide your data voluntarily. There are several contact forms through which you can provide your data. Similarly, by browsing the website you can reach other SINGULARIS sites, where you can provide your data to subscribe or download contents that may be of interest to you.

What is the purpose of this data processing?  

The data you provide will be used by SINGULARIS:

  • To manage your request through the contact form so that it is managed by the corresponding SINGULARIS company, attending to the service and geographical location;
  • To manage your subscription to blogs and/or newsletters that you request.

The legal basis for data processing is your explicit consent, which is formalised when you accept the Privacy Policy when your data is being collected.

If you access the employment section and provide us with your data to participate in a selection process or to be added to SINGULARIS ‘s job notice board, you must accept a specific Privacy Policy for this data processing.

In addition, the use of cookies on the website means that we will be able to analyse how to improve the browsing experience. SINGULARIS may compile and analyse certain information on the use of the website by visitors and users. The information compiled may include: website traffic volume, frequency of visits, type and duration of actions carried out, type of browser and operating system, etc. The treatment of cookies, combined with other personal details, may render the user identifiable. However, the user may object to this and configure their browser settings to manage cookies as explained in the Cookies Policy.

How long will we hold on to your data for?

Your data will be kept as long as necessary to fulfil the purpose it was collected for. If your data is used for several purposes that compel us to keep it during different periods, we will apply the longest conservation period.

When your data is no longer necessary, either access to said data will be limited to strictly legal obligations or it will be destroyed securely.

Regarding the use of your information for marketing purposes, we keep this information for the aforementioned purpose until you request otherwise.

Who do we share your data with?

Unless otherwise stated in the specific form, your data will not be sent to other recipients.

How do we protect your data?

SINGULARIS is committed to information security and has defined safety policies and procedures to guarantee the confidentiality of your data.

We may hire certain third party services that can require access and/or personal data processing, however, in any event, third parties are required to comply with the current legislation and with our safety policies, and must guarantee the data is used in accordance with SINGULARIS instructions and implementing the appropriate technical and organisational measures to guarantee data confidentiality.

What are your rights with regard to data protection?

You may exercise your rights at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer at the aforementioned email or by post.

In particular, you may request access to your personal data, request correction of any inaccuracies, request withdrawal of your personal data, request the processing of your data be limited, and also request its portability, always in the terms set forth in prevailing legislation.

Similarly, when the legal basis for processing is your consent, you can exercise your right to opposition to processing of your personal data at any time.

We also inform you of the option to file a claim before the Spanish Data Protection Authority, in the event that you consider a breach of the legislation has been committed with respect to the processing of your personal data.

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