Privacy and data protection policy
Hello. Our business involves organizing art Quarantines on Lazaretto Island, in Maó, Menorca (Spain). If you provide us with your personal data, we will protect and take care of it with the loyalty of a friend. We will use your email to send you free content and information about our activities, products, and services. By providing us with your data, you will not lose your rights, nor will we use it in a way that could harm you; you have our word.
We will only give out your information if the law so obliges us, for example when including you in our tax returns and on an invoice, in the case you are a client.
We will use your data to register you at Lazaretto’s art events. And if you do not stay there, we’ll use it to send you information about our events, and the topics that we typically study, that is, pictorial techniques, creative processes, art market, etc.
But by giving us your data you become part of our tribe, and as such, we will treat you according to our values, which you can learn more about here.
The purpose of this text is for you to know the conditions of our relationship.
If you enter your information and click on “informed consent” or “apply”, it means that you freely accept our new relationship.
What are we going to do with your data?
We will keep your data like a treasure.
We appreciate all your support, because without you we could not fulfill our mission of transforming people and artists at our quarantines. If you want out, you can do so at any time. This is not a marriage with a costly divorce. It is free and easy. All you have to do is send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org saying that you want to unsubscribe. You can also unsubscribe with the link we provide in our newsletter.
Not that we want to evade our responsibilities, not at all, but you know that the Internet is never safe enough. Cyber attacks and data theft can occur without us even noticing. We do our best and have substantial security measures, but we are not computer experts and we can only take responsibility for what we do consciously —or sometimes unconsciously— stemming from an action of our own doing.
By registering or sending personal data to Quarantine, you authorize the processing of your personal data according to the following conditions:
1. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
Identity: MENORCA RARA AVIS WORKSHOPS, S.L.
N.I.F. — B05371687
Postal Address: C/ Lluna 6. 07760, Ciutadella de Menorca (España)
Data Protection Delegate: Carles Gomila Camps
2. What is the purpose of the processing of your personal data?
2.1. For what purposes will we process your personal data?
At Quarantine Events we obtain data directly from the interested parties, and we process the information they provide us with the following purposes:
- To send information requested through the forms provided on the Website.
- In case of contracting the goods and services offered through the Website, to maintain the contractual relationship, as well as the management, administration, information, provision, and improvement of service.
- To provide interested parties with access to free content and other content of interest.
- To send newsletters, as well as commercial communications regarding promotions and/or Website and arts sector advertising. The fields of these registries are of obligatory completion, being impossible to carry out the expressed purposes if such data is not provided. To fulfill these purposes we will elaborate a commercial profile based on the information provided. We do not use automated decisions based on the database profiles.
We remind you that you can oppose the sending of commercial communications by any means and at any time, by sending an email to the email address indicated above.
Yes, automated emails will be sent. We previously program this in order to send access to downloads, content, news, etc., Whether these are hosted on the Website or on platforms of third-party providers of said service.
We will also use any cookies that we consider appropriate to our personal brand. To learn more about the cookies policy, click here.
We are committed to fulfill our obligations of secrecy, custody, and destruction. We adopt the security measures established by Spanish Royal Decree 1720/2007, of December 21st, which approves the Regulations for the development of the L.O.P.D. (Data Protection Law), to avoid loss or unauthorized access and processing.
Also, Quarantine will proceed to cancel, delete and block the data when this is inaccurate, incomplete or no longer relevant and necessary for its purpose.
Quarantine will not manage, store or process any bank data or bank cards from users in payments by credit card, Stripe® or PayPal®. In such cases, during the purchase process, we direct the user to a virtual payment platform, which will not imply communication or assignment of any data. Quarantine does not receive data regarding the credit card used for the transaction. We will not share or transfer any personal data to third parties without the prior consent of the user, except any necessary for the correct performance of the contracted service.
2.2. How long is personal data kept?
The personal data provided will be kept as long as the commercial relationship is maintained. Or until you request their deletion, and during the period for which legal liabilities may arise for the services rendered.
2.3. External links
The user is advised that this website may show links to different portals other than Quarantine. In these cases, the company is not responsible for the possible processing of data that may take place on such Websites.
We are required to process your personal data for the fulfillment of the legal obligations derived from Spanish Royal Decree 1720/2001 of December 21st, which approves the development Regulation of Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13th, on Personal Data Protection. The processing of your data is executed with the following legal bases that legitimize it:
- The information requested of and/or the contracting of services from Quarantine, whose terms and conditions will be made available to you in any case, prior to a possible contracting.
The legal basis for your data processing is the execution of the online subscription to the newsletter or the contact form on the website www.quarantine.events
In the case you do not provide us with your information or do it in an incorrect or incomplete way, we will not be able to attend your request as it would thus be impossible to provide you with the requested information or carry out the contracting of the services.
The offer of products and services is based on the consent that we request, withdrawing such consent does not effect the execution of services or the delivery of pending products under any circumstances.
5. Recipients to whom your data will be communicated
The data collected through this website will be communicated to other companies of the business group for internal administrative purposes, including the processing of personal data of customers or employees.
As processing managers, we have hired the following service providers, who are committed to compliance with the applicable regulatory provisions regarding data protection, at the time of hiring:
If the user accepts so expressly, the company may send via e-mail, SMS or App, commercial communications or the Newsletter with the entity services news. The user may request this sending by checking a box enabled for this purpose on the form or through the mechanism properly inserted on the website.
However, the contracting of the subscription offered on the website will allow Quarantine to send you communications or advertising regarding similar services to those already contracted.
The user may object at any time to the submission of commercial communications by sending an email to email@example.com, or by following the instructions indicated within each communication sent to the user.
Data provided through forms
What are your rights when you provide us with your information?
As an interested party who has provided us with your personal data, you have the full right to obtain confirmation on whether Quarantine is processing your personal data, and in particular you are entitled to exercise the following rights that regulations on data protection acknowledges, according to what it is foreseen therein:
- The right of ACCESS to your personal data.
- Rights to request the RECTIFICATION of inaccurate data.
- Right to request their SUPPRESSION when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.
- Under certain circumstances, you can request the LIMITATION OF THE PROCESSING of your data, in which case we will only keep it for the exercise or defense of claims.
- Under certain circumstances and for reasons related to their particular situation, interested parties may exercise their right of OPPOSITION to the processing of their data. We will stop processing data, except for compelling legitimate reasons, or the exercise or defense of possible claims.
- Under certain circumstances and for reasons related to your particular situation, you can request your right to the PORTABILITY of the data.
You can exercise such rights by directing a communication to the postal address and/or email address stated in “Section 1. Information on the person responsible for the processing of personal data.” In addition, if any of your rights have been violated, the interested party has the right to file a claim with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD), at C/ Jorge Juan, 6, 28001-Madrid, or through the electronic site of the AEPD.
7. How have we obtained your data?
The personal data managed by Quarantine may originate from our website, email, instant messaging or postal mail of the company or company group.
The categories of data that we handle include:
- Identification data
- Codes or identification keys
- Postal or electronic addresses
- Commercial information
- Economic data
We also inform you that we do not obtain specially protected data on a regular basis. If specially protected data reaches our company, we will protect it in accordance with current regulations.
What the hell are cookies and why do we use them at quarantine.events?
What the heck are cookies and why do we use them at quarantine.events?
A cookie is a file that, when you access certain web pages, is downloaded to your device. They are used to store and retrieve information regarding navigation.
Cookies allow us, among other things, to store and retrieve information about your habits and decisions.
Specifically, at www.quarantine.events we use them to better understand where you come from and what content you prefer. The purpose is to facilitate navigation and improve content.
What kind of cookies do we use at quarantine.events?
Cookies are divided into session or permanent cookies, depending on their permanence. The first type expires when the user closes the browser. The second one expire depending on when the objective for which they serve is fulfilled, or when they are deleted manually. For example, for the user to be continually identified on the website.
Additionally, depending on their purpose, cookies can be classified as follows:
This type of cookie remembers your preferences for the tools found in the services, so you do not have to reconfigure the service each time you visit. For example:
- Volume settings of video or audio players.
- Video transmission speeds.
These cookies are used to know what country you are in, and are completely anonymous. They are only used to help guide the content to your location and segment our emails by language.
Registration cookies are generated once you have registered or subsequently opened your session. We use these so Quarantine members can identify themselves on our website and access the private area.
- This cookie identifies you. If you close the browser and re-enter at a later time or date, you will still be identified. This is done so you do not have to identify yourself every time. When you close the session this cookie is deleted.
- It also checks if the user is authorized to access certain services, for example, to access a given private area.
- Facebook, Twitter or Google, for instance, may use third-party connectors. When you sign up for a service with credentials from a social network or third-party identification system, you authorize it to keep a persistent cookie that remembers your identity and guarantees access to the website until it expires. You can delete this cookie and revoke access to the website through social networks or third-party identification systems by updating your preferences in the social network it specifies.
Each time you visit a Website or Service, Google Analytics generates an analytic cookie on your device. This cookie is only generated during the visit. It will serve in future visits to quarantine.events to identify the visitor anonymously. We use these cookies to:
- Identify you anonymously (it identifies browsers and devices, not people) to prepare reports on the number of visitors and trends over time.
- Identify anonymously the most visited contents —and therefore more attractive. This allows us to know what content is most appealing.
- Know if you are accessing for the first time, or repeating.
Unless you decide to register, the cookie will never be associated with any personal data that may identify you. We use these cookies only for statistical purposes, and they help us greatly to optimize the user experience on our site.
How to disable cookies on your browser
Most browsers allow you to configure whether you want to accept cookies, and which ones. You may find this in the ‘options’ or ‘Preferences’ of the browser menu. These are the instructions to configure cookies in the main browsers:
- Chrome: Configuration → Show advanced options → Privacy → Content settings. For more information, you can check Google support or browser help.
- Firefox: Tools → Options → Privacy → History → Custom settings. For more information, you can check Mozilla support or browser help.
- Safari: Preferences → Security. For more information, you can check Apple support or browser help.
- Internet Explorer: Tools → Internet Options → Privacy → Settings. For more information, you can check Microsoft’s support or browser help.
P.S. – Let’s be honest, no one in their right mind will recommend you use Internet Explorer. If you are still using it, we recommend that you change to Chrome. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.