When we require information from you, we will always ask you to provide it expressly on a voluntary basis. The data gathered through the web site’s data collection forms or by other means will be included in the personal data file duly registered in the General Registry for Data Protection of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, for which DSD VIRTUAL LAB SL is responsible and whose purpose is budgetary management and information, contractual maintenance and enforcement and adapting our commercial offers to your particular profile as well as the postal, telephone or electronic remittance of commercial communications.
This entity will process data confidentially and solely with the aim of offering the requested services, applying all the legal and security guarantees imposed by the Personal Data (Protection) Act (Fundamental Law 15 dated December 13th, 1999), Royal Decree 1,720 dated December 21st, 2007, and the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (Services) Act (Law 34 dated July 11th, 2002).
Providing any data is voluntary but necessary in order to meet your request or set up a contractual relationship.
DSD VIRTUAL LAB reserves the right to supply your personal details to companies within the Dentalliance Group in accordance with the purpose for which the you have provided them, namely to manage the business, administrative, accounting and fiscal relationship as well as to keep you informed of our products and services.
Likewise, DSD VIRTUAL LAB will cancel or rectify any data found to be inaccurate, incomplete or which has ceased to be necessary or relevant for said purpose, in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data (Protection) Act (Fundamental Law 15 dated December 13th, 1999).
Users may revoke their consent and exercise their rights to access, correct, cancel and oppose the use of their information by submitting a written request to DSD VIRTUAL LAB’s site in Mostoles (Madrid) at Calle Alquimia 3, properly identifying themselves and expressly indicating the specific right being exercised.
DSD VIRTUAL LAB uses the appropriate security levels required by the above-mentioned Personal Data (Protection) Act (Fundamental Law 15 dated December 13th, 1999) and other applicable legislation.
Nonetheless, it assumes no liability for any damage resulting from any alterations that third parties may make to computer systems, electronic documents or user files.
Our email policy is based on sending you only messages you have requested to receive.
If you would prefer not to receive these messages by email, we offer you, within the email itself, the option of exercising your rights to cancel and cease to receive the said messages in accordance with the provisions of Title III, article 22 of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (Services) Act (Law 34/2002).
This web site has been designed to be viewed using the most commonly used browsers in their many different versions. However, when using some browsers, or earlier versions of the same, there may be occasional navigation errors.
You are free to access the user area in order to perform downloads or request any information on anything that may be of interest to you. To enjoy some of the services offered on this web site, it is necessary to register as a user, for which you will be requested to provide certain personal information which must be periodically updated.
If you register as a DSD VIRTUAL LAB user, your access codes will be forwarded to the email address you have provided. These codes ensure the identification, integrity, and confidentiality of any transactions performed.
When it comes to managing your passwords required for registration, you must take into account that:
It is very important to change your user codes and password regularly.
To prevent impersonation, when you connect for the first time to our web site, we recommend that you change the password. In this way, we can be sure that it is only known to you.
Avoid using proper nouns, or descriptors that can be traced back to you. Avoid using confidential codes that can be associated with your personal life, such as your name or those of family members, addresses, etc.
Never write down the codes: do not store your confidential codes in hardcopy, notebooks, or other media that may be accessed by third parties.