The owner of the Website accessible under this domain name is Dot Media Digital Communication SL, (hereinafter, Dot Media DGTL), as well as the party responsible for the processing of personal data provided by its users.
Information on data protection:
1.1 The CONTROLLER of the treatment is Dot Media DGTL, with address at Carrer Viladomat 308, 08029, Barcelona (Spain) and NIF ESB10604262. Contact details: email@example.com.
Dot Media DGLT prohibits advertising this website using unsolicited messages.
1.2 The PURPOSES of the processing are as follows:
The sending of commercial communications by any means that you have provided when registering or requesting such commercial communications.
The management of unsubscribes or opt-outs through an advertising opt-out system.
Consultation of advertising opt-out systems published by the Spanish supervisory authority, where applicable.
1.3 The LEGAL BASIS for the processing is based on compliance with legal obligations in the case of the advertising opt-out system (Art. 23 Organic Law 3/2018) and on your unambiguous consent. We inform you that you can revoke your consent at any time, through an easy and simple means that will be offered to you in each commercial communication.
1.4 We inform you that the TERM OF CONSERVATION of your data all that while you do not revoke your authorization or consent, and once revoked, will be set according to the criterion of exhausting the statute of limitations for actions, to be able to prove that we have processed your data with consent, if required, within the period of claims. In the case of exclusion lists, they will be processed for as long as necessary to ensure that you do not receive any further commercial communications.
1.5 RECIPIENTS: no recipients of your data are foreseen, unless legally obliged to do so. In the event that the origin of your data is a third party, and you have authorised the transfer of your data to third party companies for direct marketing purposes or for sending commercial communications, we may transfer them in that case, and the recipients will be customers of Dot Media DGTL, for specific uses and for an established period of time.
At any time, the recipients of commercial communications have the right to access their information, to rectify it if their data are incorrect, to oppose any type of processing associated with the maintenance of the contractual relationship or the legitimate interest of the data controller, if applicable, to revoke the consent given, to request the limitation or deletion of their processing, to not be subject to automated decisions, and to unsubscribe from the services of Dot Media DGTL.
The processing of personal data and the sending of communications by electronic means, where appropriate, are in accordance with the regulations established in the General Data Protection Regulation, Organic Law 3/2018, of 5 December, on the Protection of Personal Data and Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce.
Information on security measures:
Dot Media DGTL. processes your data by applying security measures.
Prior to the reception of the data of the recipients of the commercial communications, Dot Media DGTL requests guarantees to the data providers, in order to ensure the lawfulness of the treatment carried out by Dot Media DGTL.
Among the guarantees referred to, is the justification of having obtained consent and the preservation of consent.
The personal data will be hosted on secure platforms of suppliers or our own. In all cases, these are secure servers or sites, for which we have requested guarantees of security measures, and we have signed, where appropriate, the data processing agreement referred to in the General Data Protection Regulation.
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Dot Media Digital Communication S.L. (hereinafter Dot Media DGTL) is absolutely against unsolicited bulk mailings.
Dot Media DGTL has a strict anti-spam policy. We actively monitor the uploading or importing of e-mail addresses and all e-mail messages sent from your systems and on your behalf.
1. WHAT IS SPAM?
According to the spamhaus.org definition, spam is any e-mail that is both “bulk” and “unsolicited”.
“Unsolicited” means that the recipient has not given verifiable permission for the message to be sent. “Bulk” means that the message is sent as part of a large number of messages with virtually identical content.
A message is considered spam only if it meets both conditions at the same time.
2. PERMISSION FOR A SOLICITED MAILING
For a bulk mailing to be considered “solicited”, explicit permission from the subscribers is necessary.
Permission is obtained by filling out and submitting a web form in which each person agrees to have their e-mail address included in your mailing database. Dot Media DGTL collects this explicit acceptance on all forms under the name of its mailing base contact providers.
Such permission can also be obtained by collecting addresses digitally or on paper, in your customer service areas or at various types of events (using a coupon or requesting the e-mail at the time of registration at the event).
The condition for the permission to be valid is that the option to accept or not to accept the subscription is given at the time of requesting the e-mail address.
In cases of persons linked in a stable way to a company or institution (e.g. employees, affiliates, registered customers of online services, registered suppliers) this relationship may, under certain conditions, grant their company or institution tacit permission to send e-mail communications. For example: a professional association may use mass e-mailing to communicate to its professional members about activities or changes in regulations, etc. In these cases, tacit permission to use e-mail as a means of institutional contact is considered to exist from the moment the member provides the institution with this information. The same applies to a newsletter or bulletin for internal circulation only within a company or organisation. This type of permission can only be used for relevant communications generated by the institution itself. Under no circumstances may the permission be used for mailings by third parties.
3. THE PERMISSION IS NON-TRANSFERABLE
Dot Media DGTL upholds an elementary principle applicable to all email address lists: email addresses belong to the subscribers (natural or legal persons) and not to those who may have obtained them by any method of data collection.
The lists of email addresses hosted by Dot Media DGTL are non-transferable and may not be sold to third parties.
4. WHY NOT TO SPAM?
Spamming is not only illegal in many countries, it is also very counterproductive for the spammer. If a company spams, its image will deteriorate, it will generate distrust and nobody will want to leave their details to receive personalised and relevant information. In addition, this practice generally has technical penalties from email services, such as being added to blacklists, being blocked or being sent to the spam folder by email services.
These penalties are very difficult to resolve if the behaviour is not changed and can be detrimental to legitimate mailings in the future or even to the company’s communications with customers and suppliers via email.
Dot Media DGTL practices permission-based e-mail marketing as it is the only way to sustain fruitful and long-lasting relationships with your customers.
5. HOW DOES Dot Media DGTL PREVENT SPAM?
Dot Media DGTL uses several mechanisms to prevent the sending of SPAM:
An unsubscribe link is included in the footer of each message sent through Dot Media DGTL to allow automatic unsubscribing of subscribers who no longer wish to receive email from a certain list. If a subscriber unsubscribes in this way, they will not be uploaded back into the system.
Real contact information: The contact information on all Dot Media DGTL owned pages and communications is real and verifiable information.
Complaint Feedback Loops” adherence: Complaints out of the total number of recipients who receive an e-newsletter.