Privacy and Cookie Policy

Privacy Policy

Responsible


HumanSurge S.L.

Purpose

1. Allow access and use of the plaform.

2. Send comercial information about services and offers provided by HumanSurge

3. Answers questions of users

4. Invite users to register on the platform through email reminders

5. Processing of the registration on the platform

6. Manage platform use, so that organizations can identify professional profiles and contact the user.

7. Communicate their personal data to the organizations.

8. Manage payment services.

9. Improve user-experience and services offered to the user.

10. Conduct market and quality assurance studies.

Legal base

Consent.

Required for the implementation of a contract.

Legitimate interest.

Security measures

Adapted depending on the activity

Rights

Can exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, limited transferability and objection through the following email: dataprotection@humansurge.org

End user

No personal data is given to other persons or third-parties to be used for their own purposes

Cookies

When the user accepts, the webpage installs cookies in the browser.


The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to regulate all treatment of personal data by ¨HumanSurge S.L.¨ (from now on referred to as ¨HumanSurge¨) through the website https://www.humansurge.org (from now on referred to as ´Website¨), as well as to establish the condition for the installation of cookies in the browser of the user (from now on referred to as ¨user¨)

Data-processing Responsible

HumanSurge S.L., registered at Calle Duque de Rivas 5 – 28012 Madrid (Spain), en CIF – B87447496 is the responsible for the processing of personal data of the user.

HumanSurge informs that submitted personal data is incorporated in a register documenting the processing of data, for which HumanSurge is responsible. In case of any doubts regarding data-protection, one can contact the responsible for data-privacy at HumanSurge through the following email: dataprotection@humansurge.org and telephone number: +34 913 750 391

In case sensitive data has been communicated voluntarily, such as data that could reveal the ideology, union affiliation, religion or believes, among others things, HumanSurge will treat such data exclusively for the purpose for which it has been provided. We remind that there is no obligation whatsoever to provide sensitive data to HumanSurge, such as the ones listed above.

Full details of HumanSurge are available in the Legal Notice.


The information and purposes for which the data is gathered from the registration forms

This website collects personal data, both from the specialized professionals and from the individuals representing the organizations contracting the service, for the following purposes:

Purpose

Legal Base

1. Allow access and use of the plaform.

2. Send commercial information about services and offers provided by HumanSurge

3. Answers questions of users

4. Invite users to register on the platform through email reminders.

Consent through our forms or through Social Media (Article 6.1(a) GDPR). We will only use your personal data for these purposes if you accept it as such.

You can retract your consent at any moment

5. Processing of the registration on the platform

6. Manage platform use, so that organizations can identify professional profiles and contact the user.

7. Communicate their personal data to the organizations.

8. Manage payment services.

Required for the implementation of a contract (Article 6.1 (b) GDPR).

9. Improve user-experience and services offered to the user.

10. Conduct market and quality assurance studies.

Legitimate interest (Article 6.1 (g) GDPR).


Your personal data will be stored for as long as the contractual relationship with HumanSurge remains in place. At the moment it is terminated, HumanSurge will maintain your data properly blocked from access, for the sole purpose of attending to any responsibility of any nature that may arise. Once such responsibilities no longer apply, or a period of 3 months has passed without such responsibilities, your personal data will be deleted.

Treatment of data from minors of legal age

It is forbidden for minors of eighteen (18) years old or less to provide data through this website. If any minor provides data or performs any purchase, their parents or guardians will be solely accountable for such circumstances.

Security

HumanSurge will treat your personal data with absolute confidentiality. Likewise, we have adopted the necessary technical and organizational measures to guarantee the security of your personal data and avoid its destruction, loss, unauthorized access, or illegal alteration. In order to determine the adequate measures, the following criteria have been taken into consideration: reach, context, purpose, the technological state and the existing risks.

End User

Your personal data will not be shared with other persons or companies to be used for their own purposes. Even so, some entities, subcontracted by HumanSurge, may access personal data and information to assist HumanSurge in the management of the website. HumanSurge ensures that all such entities comply with the data-protection laws, which will apply to them directly.

Nonetheless, with the objective to guarantee adequate technical security measures, HumanSurge contracts trusted external service providers to provide technical support to the platform. Specifically, HumanSurge works with the hosting and technological infrastructure provider Dinahosting, owned by the company Dinahosting S.L., Digital Ocean, owned by the company Digital Ocean Inc., and SendinBlue, owned by the company SendinBlue SAS, y whose respective privacy policies can be consulted in the following links:

https://dinahosting.com/legal/proteccion-datos

https://digitalocean.com/legal/privacy

https://sendinblue.com/legal/privacypolicy

Ownership rights to the data

You can exercise the rights, indicated in the following table, before HumanSurge. To do so, you can simply write us, adding a copy of your identity card or equivalent document, to the following email address: dataprotection@humansurge.org . If your request does not meet the necessary requirements, then HumanSurge can proceed to seek its resolve. In case you consider that your request has not been properly handled, you can present a claim before the Spanish Agency for Data Protection. The rights to which you are entitled in relation to data-protection matters are the following:

Rights

What does it entail?

Right of access

Consult which personal data HumanSurge is processing

Right to seek rectification

Modify personal data treated by HumanSurge, when they are inaccurate

Right to oppose

Request that HumanSurge does not process your personal data for any particular purpose

Right to delete

Request that HumanSurge deletes your personal data

Right of limitation

Request that HumanSurge limits the processing of your personal data

Right of transferability

Request that HumanSurge hands-over an electronic form containing the information pertaining to you that has been processed

Right to present a claim in front of a competent Authority


Cookies

This website uses cookies which are installed on the user’s browser, if they have it configured that way, whenever they access the URL: https://humansurge.org/ and interact with the website.

Complete information about the cookies that are installed is specified in the cookies policy.

Social Media

HumanSurge holds accounts on several social media networks (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google +, Pinterest). The processing of related data by HumanSurge is that which is allowed by such social media through their websites, without HumanSurge extracting personal data from such social media with regard to its followers or users. HumanSurge uses such social media to inform the public about the services and offers related to the platform according to the contract terms and conditions established by the owners of such social media.

For any controversy regarding the interpretation of the terms of this policy, the original version prevails is the one in the Spanish language.

Once the contracting party has been informed of such matters, if they accept the box of the “terms and conditions” and send the form, we assume they agree with the purposes of the treatment, and give us their express consent to treat their personal data with such purposes.

Therefore, we emphasize the importance of reading the conditions stated in the forms prior to sending them.

Cookie policy

HumanSurge uses cookies to be able to improve the experience of the users that access our website and use our platform.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files with information, sent by the website https://humansurge.org/, which are stored on the user’s browser whenever they access and browse the website. When we talk about browser, we mean the programs the user uses to access the Internet, for instance Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc. - regardless of the device they use to browse the Internet (tablet, mobile, desktop pc, laptop, etc.).

There are different types of cookies depending on the information they gather. For instance:

  • • Cookies that manage access to the user session so they do not have to enter their user name and password every time they access the site, and also guarantee the security of the session of the user whenever they log in.
  • • Cookies that enable the configuration of the website to the user, such as browser’s language.
  • • Cookies that measure the user’s activity on the site in order to allow HumanSurge to analyze that information and introduce improvements to the service.
  • • Advertising cookies for configuring the adverts displayed to the user in accordance with their browsing habits.

The cookies do not gather confidential information such as the email, the user’s name, phone number, etc. What the cookies may store is the IP address of the network from which the website is accessed. The IP address (https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Direcci%C3%B3n_IP) is a number that identifies a device (computer, tablet, smartphone) on the Internet. That number is assigned by the user’s Internet provider (Movistar, Vodafone, AT&T, etc.).

We do not use the IP address to identify the user. We use the user’s IP address to register the activity performed from their browser on our website. Nevertheless, the regulation on data protection considers the IP address to be personal data, for that reason we report on the use of the IP address in this policy.

Types of cookies we use on our website

Below there is a list of our own and third party cookies that we use on our website, both on its desktop and its mobile version. The user must make sure they agree with the installation of the cookies on their browser before continuing to use HumanSurge.

They can also set up their browser so it will not accept cookies, although that will affect the correct operation of the website and, in practice, it would be practically impossible to use the services of the site.

Cookie name Expiry Provider Description
XSRF-TOKEN 2 hours HumanSurge Cross-Site Request Forgery token
cookiesDirective 1 year HumanSurge Stores if the user has accepted the cookie policy
laravel_session 2 hours HumanSurge Laravel application session cookie
_bizo_bzid, _bizo_cksm, _bizo_np_stats 24 hours LinkedIn This cookie name is associated with a B2B marketing platform, formerly known as Bizo, which is now owned by LinkedIn. The main purpose of this cookie is: Targeting/Advertising
_ga 2 years Google This cookie name is asssociated with Google Universal Analytics - which is a significant update to Google's more commonly used analytics service. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a client identifier. It is included in each page request in a site and used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data for the sites analytics reports. By default it is set to expire after 2 years, although this is customisable by website owners. The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance
_gid 24 hours Google This cookie name is asssociated with Google Universal Analytics. It stores and updates a unique value for each page visited. The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance
_gat 1 minute Google This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, according to documentation it is used to throttle the request rate - limiting the collection of data on high traffic sites. It expires after 10 minutes. The main purpose of this cookie is: Performance
_hjIncludeInSample When ending navigation session HotJar Allows HotJar to obtain information to improve the location of content in the site.
 

How to uninstall, block, or delete cookies?

The cookies that have been installed on the user’s browser can be deleted at any time. Each browser, whether it is used from mobile devices or laptops or desktop computers, has its own options to eliminate cookies which usually can be located in the configuration section of such browsers.

Updates and changes in the Cookies Policy

From this website we can make changes in the Cookies Policy depending on the legislation requirements or we can adapt it in case new cookies are incorporated. This matter will be duly informed to the user on the website.


For any controversy regarding the interpretation of the terms of this policy, the original version prevails is the one in the Spanish language.

Version 2.0 of the Privacy and Cookie Policy dated May 24 2018.

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