1. Corporate information
1.1. In compliance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on Personal Data Protection and Act 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce and the rest of the regulations related there to, CryptoWall does hereby inform the users about the applications of its data protection policy.
2. Consent for the incorporation of personal data
2.1. CryptoWall informs the Users that it complies with the data protection regulations in force and, specially, with Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on Personal Data Protection, Act 34/2002 on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce and Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December developing the Organic Law on Personal Data Protection. In compliance with the provisions of the aforementioned regulations, CryptoWall states that they only collect the data which are strictly necessary to render the services derived from their activity and any other services and activities ascribed by the law, but they reserve the right to use the data in their databases to carry out statistical research on the registered users and the use they make of the Website.
2.2. To this end, the User entering any personal data in any electronic form or capture sheet provided in the Website is hereby informed and gives consent to the incorporation of the personal data supplied to the company by registering in the Website, completing any electronic form or sending any emails into the automated files owned by CryptoWall, which are duly registered in the General Registry of Personal Data Protection.
2.3. Likewise, the User gives express consent to CryptoWall for processing the data supplied during the inquiry, request or hiring of any service or any other operation carried out to access the information and the services provided by CryptoWall through their Website and, where appropriate, maintaining the contractual relationship and sending offers or advertising and promotional communications by any means, including electronic means.
2.5. CryptoWall undertakes and guarantees the processing of personal data in keeping with the provisions of the aforementioned applicable regulations and those which may be in force at any time, as well as the utmost confidentiality with regard to the personal data supplied, by both CryptoWall and the employees in the company which have or may have access to the aforementioned data.
3. Accuracy of the data provided
3.1. The User states that all the data provided are true and correct and undertakes to inform CryptoWall about any changes which may take place.
3.2. Should the User supply any data from any third party, CryptoWall does not take any responsibility for the compliance with the principles of information and consent and it is for the User to guarantee that he/she has previously informed the subject and obtained the consent to supply the data.
3.3. Besides, the supply of data is voluntary for the User but the failure to provide certain data or answers to questions which may be asked in the registration processes or in the electronic forms presented to the User may prevent the access to the services for which the personal data have been requested. CryptoWall will in any case inform about whether the supply of the data is compulsory and/or necessary for the operation of the service.
4. Consent to the transfer of personal data
4.1. Due to the fact that some of the contents of the Website may have a commercial or advertising interest for trademarks, companies, businesses or any other third parties which may directly or indirectly hire CryptoWall to carry out their advertising campaign, the User expressly gives consent and authorization to CryptoWall to transfer the data contained in their files to those companies which manage the advertising campaign whose content the User has accessed through the Website, with the only guaranteed purpose of analysing the effects and performance of the campaign.
4.2. These transfers will be regulated in a Contract between CryptoWall and the transferee in which the purpose of the transfer will be clearly specified.
4.3. Except for what is provided in Clauses 3.1. and 3.2. above, CryptoWall will not disclose the personal information in its files to any third parties without the express consent of the User and will only use the data incorporated into the files to give the User access to the service and, if the User has given consent, to send commercial communications, information on the product and service and/or offers and promotions.
4.4. Likewise, CryptoWall guarantees that they will not sell, hire or transfer in any profitable way the personal data of the Users or the means or addresses to contact them, except in those cases in which it may be necessary in order to render the service.
5. User rights
5.1. The User has the right to oppose to the processing of any data which are not essential to conclude the Contract and to their being used for any purpose other than the maintenance of their contractual relationship, such as processing for advertising purposes. If the User is not satisfied with the processing indicated in this policy, he/she may contact CryptoWall so that his/her right of opposition to the processing becomes effective.
5.2. Likewise, the User may exercise the right of data access, rectification, cancellation and opposition through this email address email@example.com
6. Access to other sites through the website
7. Sending offers and/or communications
7.2. The User may refuse to receive this type of communications at any time by sending a notice to CryptoWall in the manner provided in Clause 5.2. above or by following the instructions which appear at the end of our emails.
8.1. A cookie is a small text file which is kept in the computer of the User or in his/her mobile device and recovered in subsequent visits. There are two types of cookies, permanent and temporary (session cookies). Permanent cookies are stored as a file in the computer or mobile device for a period of time no longer than 12 months. Session cookies are stored temporarily and disappear when the browser is closed.
8.2. Cookies may be removed from the computer or mobile device by using the browser. To find out how to manage and remove cookies, just go to the “Help” tab in the browser to disable the cookies or, where appropriate, to receive a notice any time a new cookie is sent to the computer or mobile device. However, if the User disables the cookies he/she will lose some important features and functionality of the Website.
9. Use of User's IP addresses
9.1. The User expressly authorizes CryptoWall to store and use the IP addresses of application users in order to analyze trends and monitor the use of the applications as a whole. CryptoWall does not associate IP addresses to any personally identifiable information.