Responsible for data processing
The data collected by Jungle Indie Rock and its NGO The Jungle Project are the responsibility of Mar de Miguel Bonet, who manages and owns the websites jungleindierock.com, thejungleproject.org and thejungleproject.com, with NIF 9001104P and address in Senda Perdida 4. Alcalá de Henares, 28805 Madrid, Spain. The contact email is: [email protected].
Data we collect and why we collect them
Emails and contact form: When you fill in a contact form or write to us, we will save your writing, your name and email address. In no case will we use this data to send you an email that has not been expressly requested, nor will we share your data with third parties.
Comments: When a user leaves a comment on this website, we collect the name, the web page (if provided), the email address, the IP address and the browser user agent chain to detect spam. Once your comment is published, only the name or alias will be displayed, as well as a link to a web page, if it was also included. In addition, if you are a user of Gravatar, you can check what data is this company collecting for your avatar at automattic.com/privacy. Remember that in this case, next to your comment, it will appear the profile image that you have associated with your account in Gravatar. To avoid spam, this website uses Akismet, whose data protection policy can be found at akismet.com/privacy.
Profile images: Remember that if you upload an image to a website (and this could include your avatar), any user could download it and extract the location data of this image. To prevent someone from accessing your geographic location, remember to block your location (GPS EXIF) of your images.
Newsletters: To subscribe to the newsletter of this website you will have to provide your name and email address. This bulletin will always include a link to cancel the service. If you access this website and you post a comment or make a payment, this information will never be used as a subscription or to send you commercial content unless you expressly request it.
Services: In case of contracting services, Jungle Indie Rock will keep your personal and contact details of the contractual relationship for the management, administration, information, provision and improvement of this service. To learn more about the hiring policy, visit our Legal Notice section.
Billing information: If you purchase a service through us, you will have to provide personal and payment information for the transaction to be processed. This information is your name, your contact and credit card information. For your safety, our website has an SSL certificate in any of its pages, subpages and subdomains. Any purchase made through our website will be made through standard payment platforms such as PayPal. To know more about its security policy, visit them at paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/ua/privacy-full
To know about the data collected by our cookies and how they do it, visit our Cookies Policy page .
The data provided expressly to Jungle Indie Rock in emails, contact forms, newsletters, or payment platforms will never be disclosed to other people outside this website. However, remember that our site uses technology from third parties and they collect information for its operation.
The third parties services that we use are: WordPress, Jimdo, Tumblr, Yahoo, Gmail, Mailchimp, Soundcloud, Bandcamp, Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Gravatar, Disqus, Akismet, Cloudflare, Yoast, Lingotek, Freehostedscripts, Google Adwords, Google Analytics, StatCounter, Mixmap y Paypal.
How long do we keep your data
If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are retained indefinitely. This happens so that we can recognize and approve successive comments automatically instead of keeping them in a moderation queue.
The personal data provided by you due to a contractual relationship with us and for the payment of services will be kept for the duration of the period for which responsibilities could be derived for the services provided to the interested party, this is 6 years (included in the accounting books or invoices) according to Article 30 of the Commercial Code, 5 years according to the Article of 1964 of the Civil Code (personal actions without special term), or 4 years, according to Article 66 of the General Tax Law. When they are no longer necessary, they will be eliminated with adequate security tools for their total destruction.
Your rights about your data
The rights that you have over your data are included in the General Data Protection Regulations (RGPD). These rights are:
• To request the access to your personal data
• To request the portability of your personal data.
• To request the correction or deletion of your personal data
• Objecting to our use and processing of your personal data
• To request the limit of the use and processing of your personal data
If you commented, registered into our newsletter or purchased or contracted any of our services, you can request to receive an export file of the personal data that we have about you.
You may also request that we delete or update your personal data or any data we have about you for the use of this website. This does not include any data that we are required to keep for administrative, legal or security purposes.
If you need to contact us to request, modify or delete your data, write us an emial to [email protected]m