Privacy Policy

The CIBERVOLUNTARIOS FOUNDATION will process the personal data of the interested parties to send commercial communications, information, events and activities that may be of interest to you regarding the products and services that we commercialize.


Consent that is requested from the interested party, without in any case the withdrawal of the same condition the execution of the contract for the provision of services.

In addition to the above, FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS may carry out other processing of personal data in which case the interested party will receive the necessary information in relation to said treatments and FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS will request your consent if this is necessary.

How long will the CIBERVOLUNTARIOS FOUNDATION keep the data?

In general, they will be kept for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose for which they were collected and to determine the possible liabilities that could derive from said purpose and the treatment of the data.

Among others, it implies that FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS will keep the personal data of the interested parties for the duration of the commercial and contractual relationship between FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS and its USERS and, in any case, they will be kept for the period that is necessary for the formulation, the exercise or the defense of potential claims, to comply with legal obligations whenever allowed by applicable legislation.

Once the aforementioned period ends, FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS undertakes to cease the processing of all personal data, as well as to block them properly. However, personal data, especially in the case of records of use, may be retained when necessary for longer periods provided they are exclusively for the purpose of statistical analysis and research.

Once the statutory limitation periods have elapsed, we will destroy, block or anonymize the personal data to the extent possible for the purpose for which they are kept.

To whom will we communicate your data?

We will not give your personal data to third parties, unless it is necessary to provide you with service, we are covered by a law or have previously agreed with CIBERVOLUNTARIOS FOUNDATION. We put at your disposal a list of categories of companies to which we give your information in the section Third parties.

In order to be able to provide you with an adequate service and manage the relationship that we maintain with you as a client, we can communicate your personal data to:

Companies that provide us with services related to the ordinary and administrative activity of the company acting as treatment managers, national or international, within the framework of the provision of services such as, among others, providers of electronic mail services, accommodation services web, management application services in SaaS mode, file archiving in the cloud and others.

The provision of these services may involve the processing of personal data by companies located in countries outside the European Economic Area (international data transfers), in which case it is only carried out when countries offer an adequate level of protection or, in the case of entities in the US that are certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield. Decision (EU) 2016/1250 of the Commission, of July 12, 2016.

Operators of telecommunications networks that provide necessary services for the routing of calls made by customers of our services to their recipients.

In the event that the routing of calls to their addressee involves the transfer of information to third countries, this will be covered by existing interconnection agreements within the framework of the current legislation on telecommunications.

FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS may also make transfers or communications of personal data to meet its obligations with the Public Administrations in cases that are required in accordance with the legislation in force at any time and, if applicable, also to other bodies such as Security Forces and Bodies of the State and the judicial bodies.

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

At any time you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion and portability of personal data, as well as opposition and limitation of treatment, personal data collected by FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS.

These rights may be exercised free of charge by the interested party, and in his case by the person representing him, by means of a written and signed request, accompanied by a copy of his ID or equivalent document that proves his identity, addressed to

By mail: C / Padeo de los Olmos, 20, 1º-5, 28005 Madrid

By email:

In addition to the ant er rights, the interested party shall have the right to withdraw the consent granted at any time through the procedure described above, without such withdrawal of consent affecting the lawfulness of the treatment prior to the withdrawal of this. FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS may continue to treat the personal data of the interested party to the extent that the applicable law allows or persists any other legitimization that justifies it.

Specifically in the case of the service of sending commercial communications, the interested party has the right to revoke at any time the consent given to send commercial communications notifying FUNDACIÓN CIBERVOLUNTARIOS that you do not wish to continue receiving them. To do this, the interested party may either revoke his consent in the manner described in the previous section or click on the link included in each commercial communication, thus canceling the sending of electronic commercial communications.

Updating of his data

It is important that in order for We can keep your personal data updated, inform us whenever there has been any change in them, otherwise, we do not answer for the veracity of them. Modification of the Privacy Policy.

CIBERVOLUNTARIOS FOUNDATION may modify its Privacy Policy in accordance with the applicable legislation at all times. In any case, any modification of the Privacy Policy will be duly notified so that you are informed of the changes made in the processing of your personal data and, if the applicable regulations so require, the interested party can grant their consent.