Privacy policy

Basic Information about Data Protection

ATTESOR’s data protection policy is discussed below.

Who will process my data?

BROWNIE & CALAF SL c/ Sinfónica de Galicia, 3, escalera izquierda, 1D, 15004, A Coruña,, TIN: B-70496161

Why do you process data?

The purpose of processing data on is solely and exclusively to provide interested parties information about our services, including responding to any prior query regarding said services and, where applicable, the subsequent sending of any information and/or documentation requested.

What allows you to process data?

We process your data because you gave your consent to have your personal data processed for this purpose by clearly opting in when you checked the box stating that you accept this privacy policy before sending your email with a query.

What data do you receive and process?

Only appropriate, pertinent data, limited to what is necessary with regard to the indicated purpose is received and processed, specifically identification data: full name, ID number, TIN, address, email address, and telephone number. This is solely and exclusively in the event that you contacted us via email or telephone.

Where do personal data come from and who do they get transferred to?

They are collected from the person sending the email or, where applicable, making the phone call, and are not shared with third parties, except where required by law.

No international data transfer is envisaged.

How long are the data stored?

Any personal data provided will be stored for the time necessary to fulfill our obligations to you in addition to the duration of the statute of limitations for any legal actions that may arise as a result of the service received: this includes but is not limited to article 1964.2 of the Civil Code of Spain, which envisages that personal suits without a specific statute of limitations expire after five years from the time the obligation was fulfilled, in addition to the statutes of limitations established by any sector-specific regulations, where applicable.

What are the rights of each data subject?

Anyone can exercise their rights to access, rectification, opposition, and cancellation in addition to their rights to restriction, deletion (right to be forgotten), and data portability by writing to BROWNIE & CALAF SL c/ Sinfónica de Galicia, 3, escalera izquierda, 1D, 15004, A Coruña,, TIN: B-70496161, or through the alternative or supplementary system established by ATTESOR at any given time, and they can also contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) domiciled at calle Jorge Juan, 6, 28001, Madrid.