According to the articles in Law 15/1999 of December 13, Protection of Personal Data, Ingelyt, SL wants to inform their users:

I- That to use or access any of the content, and when filling in forms that are incorporated in this website, Ingelyt may require the provision of certain personal data.

II- By providing this information, the user agrees and expressly authorizes Ingelyt to gather, process or transfer, as appropriate, the personal data that is requested in accordance with the purposes and under the conditions that are described in each case.

III- Personal data will be treated confidentially and it has as unique purpose to provide or report services that are part of the contents of this website.

IV- Ingelyt will deal with such personal data according to the purposes and under the conditions prescribed by law.

V- In any case, users can choose freely whether these data is provided in a telematic form when the service chosen it may require.

VI- Ingelyt has installed on this website technical procedures according to the usual quality standards in the industry, necessary and required by law. So that can guarantee the maximum secrecy and confidentiality of our communications.

VII- However foregoing, the user acknowledges and agrees that navigation in Internet networks is not absolutely sure, that communications sent by electronic means may be intercepted by unauthorized persons or entities, and that measures of protection software techniques are not insurmountable.

VIII- The user can exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and therefore the information provided has a revocable character, applying the online channel through the address

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