In this website, property of OCH Rooms, we ensure total protection of personal data provided by our users.
In accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999 about Data Protection, we inform you that the personal data provided through the forms of this website or by e-mail may be incorporated into a personal data file, duly registered at the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, whose purpose is to collect the personal data that are obtained through the contact forms available on the company website submitted by users.
By submitting the forms available on this website, the sender gives his consent to be included in the mentioned files. Likewise, we inform you that we can collect IP addresses of users, which will also be treated according to current regulations.
Your data will not be transferred to third parties without your consent. OCH Rooms will always respect the confidentiality of collected data, in accordance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December about Personal Data Protection (LOPD).
At any time you can execute your rights of opposition, access, rectification, cancellation and opposition without retroactive effect in the terms specified in Organic Law 15/1999, on the Protection of Personal Data, according to the procedure legally established. These rights may be exercised by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
We take all technical measures necessary to guarantee the security and integrity of the personal data you are dealing with, as well as to prevent their loss, alteration and/or access by unauthorized third parties.
The website uses information security techniques generally accepted in the industry, such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms, all in order to prevent unauthorized access to data. To achieve these purposes, the user/client accepts that the provider obtains data for the purposes of the corresponding authentication of the access controls.
The Cookies Act since March 2012 is valid in Spain. This law was the response of the EU to the increasing complaints from users and different organizations in the area of online privacy.
According to this policy, webmasters must notify the user in a clear and visible manner of what type of cookies are being used (or installed) and the latter must give consent for them to come into operation.
Failure to comply with this rule may result in a sanctioning procedure for non-compliance with the Cookies Act.
Cookies are nothing more than fragments of information that web servers store over the users on their computers. They are text files used by websites to collect and recall data of interest about their visitors and their browsing habits.
Cookies are very useful for webmasters: they allow them to keep track of visits and, moreover, they provide comfort tousers when browsing their usual sites, as they keep their basic navigation settings.
Cookies are not worms or viruses, they are not spyware and are not intended to generate spam. Only data available to the issuing websites, any other company, corporation or other organization.
In Spain, its use is regulated by the Law on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (LSSI) and in compliance with the European Directive 2009/136 / EC, in its article 22.2.
Currently all browsers incorporate a management cookies function, so that the user at all times has control over them, however blocking their reception involves reducing navigation on many websites and possibly cause that the pages do not load properly, reason why its use is recommended in the majority of cases.
Sanctioning competence in the event of non-compliance with these regulations:
The sanctioning power corresponds to the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, except that with the amendment of the European Directive 2009/136 / EC, a decision is taken to transfer this competence to the Ministry of Telecommunications.