Privacy Policy

Processing of personal data

In accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15 / 1999 of Data Protection (LOPD) and its development regulations, we inform you that the personal data you provide, by filling in the electronic registration form that appears on the Website, will be incorporated in a file registered with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, whose head is Dinamedia Soluciones Técnicas, SLU, (hereinafter CaminoTool) with address in Travesa da Poza 20A 4D, 15706 Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña).

The completion of said form implies the express consent of the user to the treatment by CaminoTool of said data and the assignments specified in this privacy policy.
It is informed that your data will be treated in the most absolute confidentiality, under the protection and specifications contained in the aforementioned regulations in order to serve as a database so that CaminoTool can identify it, provide its services and send you news and information related to said services. You expressly agree that such information may be sent to you by email, or similar means in compliance with Article 21 of Law 34 / 2002, of July 11, of Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services (LSSICE ).

The user can exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition by sending a request by regular mail to the postal address indicated in the first paragraph of this Privacy Policy. Said request must be accompanied by the name and surname of the user, and photocopy of the ID. Likewise, the user may exercise said rights by sending an e-mail, accompanied by a photocopy of a document that proves his identity to info@caminotool.com indicating in the body of the message the desired option.

The user must notify CaminoTool of any modification that occurs in the data provided, responding in any case of the veracity and accuracy of the data provided at any time.

The CaminoTool service is intended for users over 14 years of age. No person whose age is below 14 years is authorized to provide their personal data. When registering, the user declares to be older than 14, being entirely responsible for this statement.

CaminoTool reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy in accordance with the applicable legislation at any time with the effect of the date of publication of said modification. CaminoTool recommends the user to periodically review this Privacy Policy to be informed of how CaminoTool protects their information

Using Cookies

CaminoTool can send “cookies” to the user's computer or use similar technologies to improve their online experience on the Website and throughout the Internet.

"Cookies" are files that can identify and store the user's personal preferences, as well as technical information including browsing data (click through and click stream). Click stream data provides information on which pages of sites the user has visited and in what order. Cookies manage and measure the results of advertisements displayed or communicated on or through the Website. CaminoTool uses cookies and other technical information to personalize the user's visit to the Website (including recognizing him by name when he returns to the Website), analyze website traffic and follow the user's customs, models and selections for downloads authorized and for technical reasons related to the use of the Website. This helps to improve the online user experience and improve the design and content of the Website to meet their needs. Cookies can be permanent (that is, they remain on your computer until the user deletes them) or temporary (that is, they last until the user closes their browser).

CaminoTool may also use “visitor counters” or similar technology that monitors user use of the Website. Visitor counters (or Web bugs) are small sequences of code that provide a method of delivering graphic images on a Web page for the purpose of transmitting data, such as the IP (Internet Protocol) address of the computer that downloaded the page in which the visitor counter appears, the time the page containing the visitor counter was viewed, the types of browser that the visitor counter brought and the identification number of cookies on the computer previously placed by said server. When CaminoTool maintains correspondence with the user through HTML email, visitor counters will let you know if the user received and opened their email.

If the user chooses to provide personal information, said information may be linked to anonymous data stored in cookies and / or visitor counters.

By accepting this Privacy Policy, the user expressly accepts the use of cookies and visitor counters by CaminoTool, as described therein. Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies. However, if you prefer, the user can adjust your browser to reject cookies. Also, by configuring your browser to display HTML emails only as text, the user may prevent the use of some visitor counters. The user can consult the "Help" section of his browser for more information. On the other hand, note that only certain areas of the Website may be accessed in association with cookies or similar devices, the user being advised that the deactivation of cookies or similar devices may prevent you from accessing any of our content.

There is the possibility that some of the links to external pages existing on the website, install a cookie on the home page or on the link itself. CaminoTool is exempt from any liability arising from these facilities, since it does not intervene in any way in them, being the user trained to exercise the rights granted by the data protection regulations against the company responsible for the installation of cookies .