Privacy Policy

With this Privacy Policy, APLI PAPER, S.A.U. (hereinafter “APLI”) wishes to inform you in a transparent manner, about how we process your data, the purposes for which we do it and the rights you have as a user regarding your personal data, as well as how long we will keep your data.

We inform you that accessing our website makes you a User. As a User, you declare to have the necessary legal capacity to understand and wholly accept the Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy should be read together with our Cookies Policy and Terms and Conditions if you purchase anything on our website.

Thank you for visiting our website We hope you enjoy the services offered by APLI.

 

1. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE IN APLI FOR PROCESSING YOUR DATA?

This Privacy Policy regulates the use of the website www.apli.com (hereinafter "the Website") owned by APLI PAPER, S.A.U. (hereinafter "APLI"). The data handler is APLI PAPER, S.A.U., inscribed in the Mercantile Register of Barcelona, Volume 28.386, Folio 1, sheet B-134.425, with NIF A60914108 and corporate address in Avda. Arraona 120-124, Centro Industrial Santiga, 08210 Barberà del Vallès, Barcelona, tel. +34 937 479 100, apli@apli.com.Users accept the Terms and Conditions in this document, as applicable.

 

2. WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA AND PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA?

It is data that identifies or enables a person to be identified. For example, data that enables a person to be directly identified such as name and surnames, while the D.N.I. (ID card No.) can identify a person indirectly Personal data includes information such as mobile phone number, email address, date of birth and sex, among others We can also include numerical identifiers such as the IP address of your computer and information obtained from cookies.

Processing personal data is all operations or collection of operations made regarding your personal data, such as for example, collecting, recording, storing, using and communicating your data.

 

3. WHAT TYPE OF INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT?

To respond to the forms on our website, such as contact forms, registration forms, work with us, organising press passes, requesting information to become a distributor, subscribing to a newsletter or ordering from our website When you register, we request the following information from you:

  • Name

  • Surnames

  • Town

  • Postcode

  • Country

  • E-mail

This is necessary to offer you a proper service.

Likewise, we can collect data included in the registration form that is not specifically required for registration, such as:

  • Mobile phone

  • Address

  • Any other additional information you wish to submit

  • Landline number

As a user, you guarantee the personal data submitted to APLI is truthful.

In addition, we store a “session ID” corresponding to an internal code that identifies you as a user.

 

4. HOW DO WE CAPTURE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

Registration on our website is not indispensable to enjoy and obtain information about all the services offered by APLI. We only capture and process information that you have submitted by the following means:

  1. Via emails sent to our email contact address: apli@apli.com.

  1. Through requests for press passes.

  1. Through the information channel for distributors.

  1. Through the channel for ordering.

 

5. HOW DO WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND WHAT FOR?

We wish to be transparent with you and inform you about the operations we carry out with your data and what is done with it.

Below are all the processing methods or operations carried out on your personal data:

  1. Processing and sending commercial communications.

This processing is carried out to send you commercial information, via email, and to keep you informed about all the novelties offered by APLI, as well as promotions, information on events, discounts.

We inform you that you can refuse these commercial communications at any time by following the instructions given at the bottom of all commercial emails sent by APLI or by sending an email to apli@apli.com.

  1. Registration and management of user accounts to request a press pass.

The purposes of this are:

  • To process the press passes.

  • To offer a citizen's attention service with the aim of resolving any doubt, query or information.

  1. Carrying out statistical studies of registered users

This processing is done for the following purposes:

To collect anonymous information on user browsing on the website to collect statistical data about the number of visits to the website.

 

6. WHAT LEGITIMACY DO WE HAVE FOR PROCESSING YOUR DATA?

Data protection regulations require us to legitimise the processing of personal data Therefore, the processing of your personal data has three legal foundations, depending on the activity or treatment carried out on your data. The legal basis for processing your personal data can be:

  • Your consent: To respond to the requests you make directly to APLI through the different data capturing channels.

  • Your consent: We may send you commercial communications, via SMS or email, about events, promotions or discounts that could be of your interest. These commercial communications will only be sent if you have given prior consent to process your data for this purpose. In any case, we inform you that you may withdraw this consent and refuse to be sent commercial communications at any time and in a simple manner.

  • Legitimate interest: We have a legitimate interest in collecting your personal data for statistical purposes, as it provides us with information that is necessary to effectively improve your browsing experience on our website. This requires us to carry out an analysis that aims for a balance between our interest in processing your personal data and your rights and freedoms. The result of this analysis will determine whether we can use your personal data for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy (except regarding processing for sending commercial communications, for which we need your express consent).

 

7. HOW LONG WILL WE KEEP YOUR DATA?

We will keep your data as long as there is no request to delete your account on our Website, in any case, during the period established by APLI regulations regarding the prescription of responsibilities.

 

8. WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE WHEN YOU SUBMIT YOUR DATA?

Below you can find the rights you have as a user of the website:

Rights

What does this mean?

Right to access

Your right to know if APLI is processing your personal data or not, and if so, the right to know what data is being processed.

Right to correct

Consists in the possibility of modifying inexact or incomplete data. When requesting correction, please indicate which data should be modified.

Right to oppose

You may oppose the processing of your data at any time. You have the right to oppose, at any time and for personal reasons, the processing of different elements of your personal data. APLI will stop processing the personal data, except if we can accredit legitimate imperative reasons for processing that prevail over your interests, rights and freedoms, or to formulate, exercise or defend from claims.

Right to supress

This right allows you to supress your personal data. The data will be preserved but blocked so it cannot be processed, notwithstanding its possible communication to public administrations, courts and judges, to attend to possible responsibilities arising from the processing during the prescription period.

Right to data portability

You have the right to copy and transfer data from our database to another. It is only possible to exercise this right when the processing is based on the execution of a contract or on your consent, and the processing is carried out by automatic means.

Right to limit processing

This right allows you to request suspension of processing of your data when:

  • You contest the exactitude of the data, while APLI checks if it is exact.

  • You have exercised your right to oppose the processing of your data, while it is verified if APLIs legitimate reasons prevail over yours and the interested party.

Likewise, this right enables you to request APLI to preserve your personal data when:

  • The data processing is licit and as an interested party opposes the suppression of the data and requests a usage limitation instead.

APLI no longer needs your personal data for processing, but does need it for formulating, exercising or defending from claims.

How can you exercise these rights?

You can exercise your rights by writing to the following email address:apli@apli.com or by conventional mail, in a signed letter accompanied by a photocopy of your ID card or passport, sent to: Avda. Arraona 120-124, Centro Industrial Santiga, 08210 Barberà del Vallès, Barcelona– Ref. Protección de datos.

 

In addition, we inform you that if you consider APLI has not satisfied your requests regarding the exercise of your rights, you can complain to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos - AEPD). For more information on this right and how to exercise it, you can contact the AEPD:

 

http://www.agpd.es

Tel. 901 100 099 y 91.266.35.17

C/Jorge Juan,6 28001-Madrid

 

9. WHO WILL YOUR PERSONAL DATA BE SENT TO?

APLI does not reveal the personal you submit thorough the channels described in section four, except if this is necessary for offering the service requested, such as communication to payment platforms, banks and companies that process the transactions.

Moreover, it is possible that we communicate your personal data, after receiving a legal request from law courts or public administrations.

 

10. CHANGES IN THE PRIVACY POLICY

This privacy policy could undergo modifications due to possible changes in the criteria of the authorities regarding data protection. Therefore, APLI reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy to adapt to these changes as well as any other change in jurisprudence and legislation.

Latest version: May 2018.

 

11. CONTACT

If you have any doubts or concerns about how we process your personal data, please write to apli@apli.com.