Privacy Policy

1. Who will process your data?

The company processing your data will be Sociedad Estatal Correos y Telégrafos, S.A., S.M.E (hereafter, “Correos”), with CIF A-83052407, headquartered at Vía Dublín nº 7 (Campo de las Naciones) 28070 Madrid (Spain).

To guarantee the correct management of said processing, Correos has an appointed Data Protection Officer (DPO), who may be contacted via the following email address: dpdgrupocorreos@correos.com

2. What will your data be processed for and why?

Personal User Data will be processed to send, at the request of the user and to the indicated email address, information on any activity related to Correos Labs, such as: the Correos Labs newsletter, start-up competitions, the offering of coworking spaces and centres, talks, training sessions, and other events related to start-ups, consultancy services and start-up accelerators. 

The information sent by Correos may be its own or from other companies whose sector is related to Correos Labs’ activity in any way (e.g. Business centres, estate agents, educational companies…).

 You can easily and freely request to be no longer sent this information at any time by clicking here.

3. What data will be processed?

Only the data provided in the sign-up form will be the information that is sent. 

4. Will your data be sent to third parties?

It is not foreseen that when sending information your data will be sent to anyone else other than Correos unless there is any legal requirement to do so. However, for the management of certain events offered by third party companies, Correos may have to provide your name and surname(s) in order for you to attend said events.

5. How long will your data be processed for?

Personal data resulting from the request for information to be sent will be kept until it is requested that it is removed. At that moment, it shall be blocked, and will only be available at the request of Judge or court, the Public Prosecution Service, or the competent Public Administrations during the limitation period of the corresponding actions, once this blocked period has lapsed, the data shall be fully removed. As an example, there will be a limitation period of 3 years in accordance with the data protection regulations.  

6. What are your rights?

Whenever foreseen in the data protection regulations applicable at all times, the User may exercise the following rights in regard to the processing of their data:  

  • Access rights: If this right is exercised, the user may see the type of data we are processing and the characteristics of the data processing that we are carrying out. 
  • Rectification right: If this right is exercised, the user may request that their data is changed as it is incorrect or false. 
  • Portability right: If this right is exercised, users may obtain an interoperable format copy of the data that is being processed.  
  • Data processing limitation right: If this right is exercised, the processing of a user’s data may be limited in those cases established by the Law. 
  • Opposition right: If this right is exercised, users may oppose the processing of their data and request to not be sent further commercial communications.
  • Removal right: If this right is exercised, users may request that their data be removed if the processing thereof is deemed unnecessary.  
  • Right to revoke consent granted. 
  • Access rights: If this right is exercised, the user may see the type of data we are processing and the characteristics of the data processing that we are carrying out. 
  • Rectification right: If this right is exercised, the user may request that their data is changed as it is incorrect or false. 
  • Portability right: If this right is exercised, users may obtain an interoperable format copy of the data that is being processed.  
  • Data processing limitation right: If this right is exercised, the processing of a user’s data may be limited in those cases established by the Law. 
  • Opposition right: If this right is exercised, users may oppose the processing of their data and request to not be sent further commercial communications.
  • Removal right: If this right is exercised, users may request that their data be removed if the processing thereof is deemed unnecessary.  
  • Right to revoke consent granted. 

Users can exercise their rights through any of the following channels, indicating which right they would like to exercise and attaching a copy of their National Identification Document, or the equivalent, plus any other documents that they deem to be pertinent:

On the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD in Spanish) website you can find a series of models which will help you exercise your rights. We also hereby inform you that you have the rights to file a claim with a controlling authority (AEPD in Spain) if you feel that your rights have been infringed.