First of all, at Marsh Tracking we take very seriously everything related to legality and the legal framework in order to guarantee your rights as a user and to ensure your safety. Clearly, on this website we adhere to 3 fundamental laws:
* The RGPD (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons).
* The LOPD (Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, on the Protection of Personal Data and Royal Decree 1720/2007, of December 21, the Regulation implementing the LOPD).
* LSSI (Law 34/2002, of July 11, 2002, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce).
These legal conditions regulate all the pages that are part of marshtracking.com (including simple access to the page), including all the contents and services that you will be able to find here.
By accessing the site, you acquire the status of “User”, and as a user it is important that you are aware of the conditions that govern this agreement.
Goals of this website
My objective in marshtracking.com is to offer my services as a data analyst, being understood as such auditor of digital marketing tools, web analyst, data analyst and data visualization.
For me, this is a space where we can relate commercially or build relationships of respect and trust, for that reason I think it is important that you also assume some commitments and obligations as a user of this blog:
You are informed and accept that the access to this website does not imply, in any way, the beginning of a commercial relationship with Marshtracking. So you must commit to use this website, its services and contents in compliance with current legislation, good faith and public order.
It is forbidden to use the blog for illicit or harmful purposes or purposes that may cause any kind of problem or damage or prevent the normal operation of the website.
You must undertake not to carry out any conduct that could damage the image, interests and rights of the author (responsible for the website) or third parties. Or that could damage, disable or overload marshtracking.com preventing in any way the normal use of the website.
Regarding the contents of this website, it is prohibited:
Its reproduction, distribution or modification, in whole or in part, unless authorized by Marshtracking.
I want to warn you that the personal data that you may communicate to me as a user of marshtracking.com may be stored in automated databases or not, whose ownership corresponds exclusively to marshtracking, assuming all the technical, organizational and security measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and quality of the information contained therein, in accordance with the provisions of current legislation on data protection.
According to the security established by Google and the tools available, this website has a maximum security encryption such as SSL or HTTPS protocol. As you can see the url of this website is https://marshtracking.com and so you can find it in any link pointing to this website, so no matter how you arrive and wherever you come from on this website you will be safe because we have the security certificate. Also if you use chrome or other browsers you can additionally see that the browser will mark this website as safe.
Also and making a great effort to maintain your safety and protection in marshtracking.com I can not guarantee 100% security but if the effort to achieve maximum security. As you know on the internet there are many hackers and viruses, whose attacks often we can not save. In any case on this website I work to prevent all this from happening (which does not guarantee 100% security of the site, as no site can guarantee it)
Conflict resolution platform
As a User, I also want you to have here at your disposal the dispute resolution platform provided by the European Commission itself and which you can access from here, although if there is any doubt, misunderstanding or conflict we would prefer that you contact me first at firstname.lastname@example.org without any commitment.
It is strictly forbidden to reproduce the contents of this website, to plagiarize, to obtain profit and anything that could be similar. Marshtracking does not cede the content that you will find on this website, so it can not be reproduced under any circumstances. Also note that even if you ignore these words the content has already been indexed so Google would penalize your activity and take it as duplicate content.
In case you think just the opposite, that the contents you have found here are similar or are copies of other content, please contact me email@example.com to analyze the case in depth. To do so, I will ask you for all your data and arguments to be able to discuss the case properly.
Also, all the images that you will be able to find in this web page are images that come from image banks such as canva.
There are two types of links, those that point to marshtracking.com and those that you can find throughout the content of this website. In any case third party websites.
It is for this reason that we are not responsible for the pages outside marshtracking.com or the content you can find in them. The links created in the contents of this website have been created in good faith and trying to provide more information to users. In case users arrive to a website that does not conform to what is expected or that generates any kind of problem, please inform me at firstname.lastname@example.org to remove it immediately, even though all of them have already been reviewed.
Also, if you want to link to marshtracking.com from another web site not related to me, it will not mean that there is any kind of commercial relationship or of any kind.
Disclaimer of warranties and liability
I would also like to point out that I, marsal sansano, as the person responsible for marshtracking.com, do not give any guarantee nor am I responsible, in any case, for damages of any nature that could be caused by:
- The lack of availability, maintenance and effective functioning of the blog or its services and contents.
- The existence of viruses, malware, malicious or harmful programs in the contents.
- Illegal, negligent, fraudulent or contrary to this Legal Notice.
- The lack of legality, quality, reliability, usefulness and availability of services provided by third parties and made available to users on the blog.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
Finally, we would like to inform you that in general the relations between marshtracking.com and the Users of its telematic services, present in this blog, are subject to the Spanish legislation and jurisdiction.
Although I have already mentioned it throughout this document, I want to emphasize that if any doubt, situation or whatever arises, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com. I try to answer all the emails I receive as quickly as possible, trying not to leave any email unanswered for more than 3 or 4 days.
And not only because it is a mandatory legal requirement, but because it is the best way to be transparent and honest with users.
First of all, I want to make explicitly clear that marshtracking.com does not collect personal data beyond those provided by the users themselves when filling out the contact form.
Minors under 14 years old who want to contact me will need an explicit authorization from their parents or legal guardians which must be clearly attached to the content of the message.
In this website I have tried to create a professional environment related to digital marketing. Even so, it is a professional environment so a minor under 14 years old should not access without the consent of an adult.
In addition, I never ask for more information than necessary. Another thing to keep in mind is that I maintain extreme confidentiality of all data, names, emails, mails, phone numbers, emails, etc. that I may receive. I have an airtight data policy so any data that comes to me will remain confidential and will not give access to any third party. In case it was not clear, there is no possible scenario in which user data could be sold or given to third parties, ever.
What data is “necessary”. I understand as “necessary” data and that I “need” all the data related to be able to maintain a contact via mail, telephone or face to face and if there is finally a commercial relationship, the fiscal data of invoicing. This really means that the only data that marshtracking.com receive, request and want are the name and surname (or surnames) of the contact, mail and billing information.
All these data are given to me by you. My only method of obtaining data is through you. The only way that I have and that is available on this website for me to obtain your data is when you decide to write me. At that time I get your name (or whatever name you decide to put) your email and message.Once we establish a relationship by email on a voluntary basis and if you wish to do so, you will provide me with the data that you consider in good faith.
What I plan to do with the data I receive
The only way I get data is through 2 processes: you writing me an email and cookies. As you will see there is no form to fill in the data beyond asking for your name and email address. Another possibility to collect some data is if you leave a message on the blog. Even so, all the data I collect are intended to:
– Respond to your emails, because if I get your email address and name is because you have decided to contact me either by requesting information or for any other issue.
– The possibility of entering them in a database of customers and users.
In accordance with the provisions of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679, marshtracking.com with registered office at C/Villarroel, 231, 3-2, 08036 Barcelona will be responsible for the processing of data corresponding to users of the marshtracking.com website.
Also if you want me to delete your data from any part of my system you only have to request it and I will delete any type of data I have stored about you as a user.
Principles that I will apply to your personal information
I want to make it clear that in the processing of your personal data I will apply the following principles that conform to the requirements of the new European data protection regulation:
- Principle of lawfulness, fairness and transparency: I will always require your consent to the processing of your personal data for one or more specific purposes that I will inform you in advance with absolute transparency.
- Principle of data minimization: I will only request data strictly necessary in relation to the purposes for which I need them. As little as possible.
- Principle of limitation of the retention period: the data will be kept for no longer than necessary for the purposes of processing, depending on the purpose, I will inform you of the corresponding retention period, in the case of subscriptions, I will periodically review my lists and delete those records inactive for a considerable time.
- Principle of integrity and confidentiality: your data will be treated in such a way as to ensure adequate security of personal data and to guarantee confidentiality. You should know that I take all necessary precautions to prevent unauthorized access or misuse of my users’ data by third parties.
Your rights when you provide me with your data
The current legislation on Data Protection recognizes a number of rights that you have over marshtracking as a User who has provided their data, such as:
- Request access to personal data relating to the person concerned
- Request its rectification or deletion
- Request the limitation of its treatment
- Oppose the processing
- Exercise data portability
On this website you can be sure that these rights are respected and that you will be able to exercise them whenever you want. I will attend you quickly if you want to ask for any of these requests. You can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The exercise of these rights is personal and must therefore be exercised directly by the interested party, requesting it directly to the responsible / owner of the files (that is, to me), which means that any customer, subscriber or collaborator who has provided me with their data at some point, can go to this blog and ask me for information about the data I have stored and how I have obtained them (right of access), you can request the rectification of the same, oppose the treatment, to limit its use or if necessary the cancellation of such data in my files.
And of course you also have the right to effective judicial protection and to file a complaint with the supervisory authority, in this case, the Spanish Data Protection Agency, if you consider that the processing of personal data violates the regulation.
How to exercise your rights
Users who wish to exercise the following rights, can choose any means of communication, in writing to the address outlined above, or by email, for the exercise of your rights is faster and more efficient, acosejamos the use of electronic media, such request, must include a photocopy of ID card or other identifying document proving the identity of the user who wants to make these rights, these being the following:
– Legitimation for the processing of your data.
– The legal basis for the processing of your data is consent.
Category of data
The categories of data processed in this blog are simply identification data. No categories of specially protected data are processed. We are basically talking about fiscal data (for invoicing) and contact data, email and telephone number.
How long will I keep your data?
The personal data you provide will simply be kept until you ask me to delete it.
In any case:
– Customer data: The period of retention of customer data will vary depending on the duration of the contractual relationship, maintenance and your subsequent decision to delete your data, the data will be retained.
– Data users make comments: Since the user makes a comment on the website until it requests its withdrawal, your data will be retained.
To which recipients will your data be communicated?
Many of the tools I use to manage your data are contracted by third parties.
In order to provide services strictly necessary for the development of marshtracking.com, I share data with the following providers under their corresponding privacy conditions:
- Google Analytics: a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. a Delaware company headquartered at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States (“Google”).
- Google Analytics: uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help marshtracking.com analyze how users use the blog. The information generated by the cookie about your use of marshtracking.com (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
- Webempresa Europa S.L., based in Spain. Webempresa Europa S.L. processes the data in order to provide hosting services to marshtracking.com.
Included in this type of cookies are third party services such as: AdSense, AdWords and Google Analytics, as well as a number of DoubleClick branded services. When you visit this site, cookies from these services are sent to your browser. Read more about the types of cookies used by Google, and find out how Google uses these cookies.
Also remember that you can use the ad settings to manage which Google ads you want to be shown and not shown to you, based on your interests. Even if you opt out of these ads, they may still appear based on factors such as your general location derived from your IP address, browser type, and recent and past searches related to your current search.
If you would like to learn more about this practice and to know your options for preventing these companies from using this information, click here.
When browsing marshtracking.com non-identifiable data may be collected, which may include, IP addresses, geographic location (approximately), a record of how services and sites are used, and other data that cannot be used to identify the user.
I use this information to analyze trends, manage the site, track users’ movements around the site and to gather demographic information about my user base as a whole.
This is simply information that I use to always improve the navigability of the blog and try to offer you the best.
Data secrecy and security
As mentioned above, the data collected on marshtracking.com is strictly confidential. Both contact and user data as well as data collected through cookies. All data recorded by marshtracking about users is treated with the utmost delicacy and under no circumstances provided to any third party.
Accuracy and veracity of the data
Please note that as a User, you are solely responsible for the accuracy and correctness of the data you submit to marshtracking.com exonerating marshtracking, of any responsibility in this regard.
That is to say, that the Users guarantee and respond, in any case, of the accuracy, validity and authenticity of the personal data provided, and undertake to keep them properly updated.
The user agrees to provide complete and correct information in the contact or subscription form.
Acceptance and Consent
It is important that you agree with everything mentioned above. This way your data can be processed and we can be in contact with each other in a healthy, legal and natural way. As I have been saying, if you have any doubts, please write to email@example.com