Privacy policy Stripe

In accordance with the provisions of the General Regulation on European Data Protection, users are informed that the personal data they provide, both by completing any form, by email or by any other means, is treated in accordance with the present Data Protection Policy.

Who is responsible for the processing of your data?

The data controller is COMUNICACIÓN INTEGRAL Y MARKETING JURÍDICO, S.A. (hereinafter, CIMA) owner of the Web, whose contact details are as follows:

  • CIF: A-62456348.
  • Postal address: C / Serrano, 208, 28002 - Madrid.
  • Telephone: 914 361 796
  • Email:

Why do we care about the protection of your personal data?

CIMA takes the opportunity to greet you and thank you for your interest in the services offered by it. For CIMA, the privacy of the personal data of its clients and other people interested in its services is fundamental and very important and for this reason, our commitment is that data protection and information security are a notable aspect that contributes to improving even more attention from our customers.

Likewise, it is vital to offer the highest quality services that guarantee the trust placed in us by our clients, therefore, in order to achieve a higher degree of satisfaction and trust, CIMA has implemented a data protection management system to facilitate and even increase guarantees. In compliance with current legislation on this matter that allows us to work seeking continuous improvement.

Who is the entity's Data Protection Officer (DPD) and how can they help you?

We inform you that we have a Data Protection Officer (DPD), who is a legally established figure whose main functions are to inform and advise the entity on the obligations that affect it in terms of personal data protection and supervise its compliance. In addition, the DPD acts as a point of contact with the entity for any matter related to the processing of personal data. If you wish to contact with our DPD, please see the contact details below:

  • Identity and address of the Data Protection Officer: Picón y Asociados Derecho y Nuevas Tecnología, S.L. C / Hermanos Pinzón, 3 bajo, 28036 - Madrid.
  • DPD contact email:

For what purpose do we process your personal data?

The data provided will be processed for the following purposes, depending on the reason for which it was delivered:

  1. Solve queries and doubts, as well as process requests for information or any type of request that is made by the user through any of the contact forms that are made available to the user.
  2. Referral of commercial communications, including through electronic means. Through these communications, users will be informed about the different products and services offered by the entity, as well as the events organized by it.

Based on the information provided, we can create commercial profiles in order to offer you services or information on events that are tailored to your interests. No automated decisions will be made based on that profile.

  1. In case you have sent us your CV, your data will be processed to manage and process your job application.
  2. Manage and send the online reputation report requested through the existing data collection form for this purpose free of charge, if applicable.
  3. The management of the relationship with the client and the billing and collection of services. The provision of data for this purpose is obligatory, otherwise preventing the fulfilment of the contract.

For how long will we process your data?

For the purposes indicated in points 1, 2, 3 and 4, the data will be kept for the time necessary to respond to your request, request, and consultation and to be definitively closed. Subsequently, they will be kept as a communications history for a maximum of one year, unless the user requests their deletion, to any of the references contact addresses.

In the event that you have provided your CV, your data will be kept during the selection processes and, unless you expressly tell us otherwise, even later, for a period of one year from the last update that the interested party makes of the data, to be able to take them into account in similar processes that could be carried out in the future. To this end, the interested party must keep the personal data supplied to us updated; especially those related to training and professional experience. Additionally, more data may be collected during interviews or personnel selection processes, the treatment of which is also based on consent. In the event of being hired, the CV will be incorporated into your employment file and will be stored for the time required by labour regulations to face possible legal responsibilities.

Finally, for the sending of commercial communications, the data may be stored indefinitely for this purpose, until the user objects to their remission.

For the management of the relationship with the client and the billing and collection of services, the data will be kept for that purpose for the entire time that the contract is in force. Once this relationship has ended, the data may be kept, as the case may be, for the time required by applicable legislation and until the possible liabilities arising from the contract prescribes.

What is the legitimacy for the treatment of your data?

For the purposes indicated in points 1, 2, 3 and 4, the data processed on the legal basis of the consent of the person who provides them. Such consent can be withdrawn at any time, although this will not affect the lawfulness of the treatments carried out previously. The fact of providing the data is voluntary, although, in case of not doing so, it cannot be processed for the purposes mentioned.

Therefore, the communication of your personal data for these purposes is a necessary requirement so that we can attend to the requests made in this way, as well as to send, where appropriate, the entity's commercial communications.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, the sending of commercial communications to CIMA clients is based on satisfying the legitimate business interest of being able to offer our clients the contracting of other services or information on our activities and events. Said legitimate interest is recognized by the applicable legal regulations, which expressly allow the processing of personal data on that basis for direct marketing purposes. However, we remind you that the customer has the right to object to this processing of their data, and may do so by any of the means provided in this clause.

The categories of data that will be processed for these purposes will be the following: identification and contact data and, for the management of CVs, in addition to identifying data, academic and professional data, employment details and data on social circumstances (in specific, hobbies).

For the management of the relationship with the client and the billing and collection of services, the data will be processed on the basis of the contractual relationship maintained between the parties.

The provision of data for this purpose is obligatory, otherwise preventing the fulfilment of the contract.

How do we treat your data on Social Networks?

In the event that you become a friend or follower of ours on social networks, we will process your data to keep you informed of our activities and promotions through these channels. These data will be processed on the legal basis of your consent and will be kept as long as you remain our friend or follower, and may revoke your consent at any time, although this will not affect the lawfulness of the treatments carried out previously. The fact of providing the data for this purpose is voluntary, although, if you do not do so, you will not be a friend or follower on the social networks in which we have an account.

In those cases, in which the user registration is carried out through social networks, the personal data that we will treat will come from the social network in question, to which, previously, the interested party will have provided said data for the purposes provided in their corresponding policies of privacy. The categories of data that we will collect from the social network in question are those that appear in our registration form and that you have provided to that social network. If, in order to register on our website, more data is required than that provided by the social network, you must additionally complete them in our registration form, subject to the privacy conditions provided in this clause.

To which recipients will your data be communicated?

The data provided by users may be transferred to the following entities, where appropriate:

  • The competent Public Administrations, in the cases provided for in the Law and for the purposes defined therein.
  • The financial entities through which the management of collections and payments is articulated.
  • As a consequence of their contractual relationship, through which CIMA manages, distributes and markets the magazine owned by The Impact Lawyers, to the company IMPACT LAWYERS LIMITED, a company registered in England and Wales with number 12383379.

What are your rights when you provide us with your data?

Anyone has the right to obtain confirmation on whether we are treating personal data that concerns them, or not. Interested persons have the right to access their personal data, as well as to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, request its deletion when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.

Under the conditions provided in the General Data Protection Regulation, the interested parties may request the limitation of the treatment of their data or its portability, in which case we will only keep them for the exercise or defence of claims.

In certain circumstances and for reasons related to their particular situation, the interested parties may object to the processing of their data. If you have given consent for any specific purpose, you have the right to withdraw it at any time, without affecting the legality of the treatment based on the consent prior to its withdrawal. In these cases, we will stop processing the data or, where appropriate, we will stop doing it for that specific purpose, except for compelling legitimate reasons, or the exercise or defence of possible claims.

All the mentioned rights can be exercised through the means of contact listed at the beginning of this clause.

Faced with any violation of your rights, especially when you have not obtained satisfaction in your exercise, you can file a claim with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (contact details accessible at, or another competent control authority. You can also get more information about your rights by contacting these organizations.

What responsibility do you have for your personal data?

The user is responsible for the fact that the information provided through this website is true. For these purposes, it is responsible for the veracity of all the data that it communicates and will keep the information provided appropriately updated, in such a way that it responds to its real situation. The user will be responsible for the false or inaccurate information that they provide and for the damages that this causes to the owner of this website or to third parties.

What measures are taken in the processing of personal data?

CIMA undertakes to use the personal data provided in accordance with the purposes indicated in this Privacy Policy, guaranteeing the security and confidentiality of the personal data provided to it. To this end, it has implemented the technical and organizational security measures that are necessary to prevent its alteration, loss, treatment or unauthorized access, in accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations.

How have we obtained your personal data and what responsibility do you have in the treatment of third party data?

The personal data that we process at CIMA comes from the interested party.

In the event that the personal data of a third party has been provided, it is the sole responsibility of the person who has previously obtained the consent of that person so that their data is processed by us, and must have previously informed them of everything provided for in article 14 of the General Data Protection Regulation.