Personal data collected through email or any of the emails of will be treated at all times under the current regulations on protecting personal data and maintaining communication of a contractual and/or commercial nature.

The personal data provided (which is understood to be real and authentic), in general, will not be communicated or assigned to third parties. If its communication or assignment was necessary, it would only be done with the prior authorization of the affected user.

In any case, users may exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of processing, portability, and opposition regarding the handling of their data in the following email, whose management corresponds to the person in charge of managing the personal data: The subject of the electronic mail must be PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA, to handle the request as soon as possible and to avoid confusions with other emails.

As we have indicated in the first paragraph, personal information can be collected through the different emails of the domain. Callsrow does not have web forms or any other method to collect personal data, as cookies or geolocation means using GPS data and/or IP addresses.

Currently, Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, Protection of Personal Data (LOPD) and the Regulations that develop it. As of May 25, 2018, current regulations will be Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Regulation of Data Protection of the European Union), as well as the Organic Law that subsequently adapts the Regulation above (EU).
That is why Callsrow has adopted the necessary security levels required by Royal Decree 1720/2007, of December 21, which approves the Development Regulation of the LOPD. However, it is needed to indicate that technical security in a medium such as the Internet is not impregnable. There could be illegal actions by third parties outside Callsrow. In the case of third-party activities, Callsrow is not responsible for them. However, the company undertakes to communicate the incident within a maximum period of 72 hours and provide all the necessary information so that those liable for the possible damages can be determined and held accountable.

Last updated: January 09, 2021