This agreement is a translated version of the original version in Spanish. In case of conflict the Spanish version is the valid one.
Responsible for the file
Questionity S.L. is responsible for the electronic file that contains personal information provided by the user in order to use Questionity social network.
Such file has been notified as required by the data protection regulation in the Registro de la Agencia Española de Protección de datos (Register of the Spanish Agency for Data Protection).
You can view other information related to it in this Register or in the website of the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos.
Questionity is established in Rafael Salgado St. Nº 7 – 5 izq. 28036 Madrid.
You can find the rest of Questionity information here.
Information collected from registered users
When you register for the first time in Questionity, it is required that you facilitate several data mandatory through a disclaimer that you must accept to sign up. These are:
If you're an individual or a personality, we will also collect:
- Date of birth
If you are a company, organization, brand or media, we will also collect:
Once you have signed up in Questionity, you can add more information about yourself when configuring your profile, although providing such information is voluntary and is not necessary to use Questionity.
You can complete your profile if you want other users to know more about you, if so, this is the information that we will collect:
Users and personalities:
- Full name.
- Short Description.
- User’s Full description.
- Profile Photo.
- Location (country and town/region).
- User language.
- Time zone.
- Links to user’s webpages.
Companies, media, brands and organizations:
- Date of registration.
Invitations to your friends
Once you become a registered user in Questionity you will be able to send invitations to your friends so they can also register with Questionity.
For this purpose, you will provide your friend’s email through the invitation system provided by Questionity. In any case, your friend will have to decide whether or not to register with Questionity, accepting the invitation and finishing the registration process.
Questionity will not store the email of your friend to whom you send the invitation, hence you will be responsible for whether your friend wants to receive such invitation or not, so you need to make a responsible use of Questionity invitation process.
User Profile Settings
The authenticity of the information provided is under your sole responsibility. Questionity is not responsible for any false or inaccurate statements made by you nor the damage they can cause to third parties.
Registered users can access all pages of your Microsite, except reported Q!grams page and favorite Q!grams page. Users may only access the microblog page and the profile information page.
The current version of Questionity has the following functions of privacy settings:
- You can be found by your email address.
Use of the gathered information
Images and Videos
If you do not want us to store metadata associated with images, remove that information before uploading the content that hosts them to Questionity.
We can extract statistics from the activity carried out by each user; it is even likely that we would share these statistics with associated companies. However, that information will be provided separately, that is, those third parties would not have access to your personal information, in any case.
Consent of registered user for information treatment in Questionity
The user registration in Questionity implies that you may receive, via e-mail associated to the user account, updates of Questionity news, new services and commercial offers, as well as alerts related to the service.
This does not prejudice your option to revoke consent of receiving certain communications and alerts, by configuring this feature in the settings menu of Questionity.
You may receive the following types of communications from Questionity:
- A user has accepted your invitation to join Questionity.
- You have been reported.
You can also configure your account to receive notifications about the following issues:
- You are followed by a new user.
- One of your Q!qrams has been commented.
- Occasional updates of new features, versions and surveys of Questionity.
Purpose of data collection
Publication of user information
Questionity is not responsible for the consequences and effects that advertising of such data, including personal information that the user freely decides to present, may occasion to the user, his/her family, friends and / or relatives, or to other third persons. Participation in Questionity is completely voluntary and not mandatory. Disclosure of the information provided is not subject to any guarantee of confidentiality or the right to privacy, given that the user decides on a voluntary basis to make it public and to share it on social networks. Consequently, the user is solely responsible for all events, situations, incidents, problems, and so on, as a representative but not exhaustive list, that may occur following the publication of the data supplied by the user.
Registration in Questionity is not permitted to individuals under 14 years of age.
It is the responsibility of parents or legal guardians to ensure their charges would not access content unsuitable for minors and to monitor the online activity of these minors.
The access to Questionity by charges under the age of fourteen years is also the responsibility of parents or legal guardians when such access is expressly prohibited by Questionity in this policy.
No disclosure of personal information
Questionity guarantees that it will not communicate to third parties personal information of Questionity users, under any circumstance, except those legally required.
Cancellation of your account in Questionity
Technical security measures applicable to data
Questionity ensures it performs the appropriate security measures, both technical and organizational, as required by the regulations on protection of personal information, and with the appropriate levels of security according to the type of information that is managed in the social network.
However, if you do not want this information to be saved, you can configure your browser for this purpose.
In general, most browsers allow the management of cookies as follows:
1. Not accepting cookies.
2. Asking individually whether to accept or not each cookie.
3. Accepting cookies always by default.
4. Specifying the domains of the cookies to be accepted.
It is possible that www.questionity.com stores web bugs or web bacons. That is, visible or invisible images located in the source code of any web page and used to measure the traffic of users using a website. You will find more information about this wikipedia entry at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_bug
Also, your browser stores in the cache the content of Questionity pages including the content of the Q!grams.
Questionity may contain links to third party websites, outside the scope of Questionity and of which we take no responsibility regarding the processing of personal information that can be made in these sites. We expressly recommend that you read the privacy policies of those sites.
Questionity, with the sole intention of providing its services has contracted with MailChimp, which complies with the principles of Safe Harbor, framework for action between the U.S. Department of Commerce and the European Commission regarding the protection of personal data.
Exercise of legal rights
The user is entitled to exercise his/her rights to access, rectification, cancellation and opposition. To perform this exercise you can contact Questionity through the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disclaimer to users
Database Protection of Personal Data
READ THIS LEGAL NOTICE CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU SUBMIT PERSONAL DATA REQUIRED for "RECEIVE AN INVITATION" AND "REGISTERED USERS"
QUESTIONITY, SL, based in Madrid, zip code 28036, Calle Rafael Salgado , 7, 5, Izq.. bearing the CIF no. B-86196193, and legally registered in the Registry of Madrid (hereinafter QUESTIONITY), pursuant to the provisions of Law 15/1999 of December 13, Protection of Personal Data (LOPD) informs you that the information you provide on the forms "GET AND INVITATION" and "REGISTERED USERS" at www.questionity.com web site are included in a personal data file that has been duly registered in the General Register of Data Protection. The data collected here will be treated by QUESTIONITY, with the sole purpose of handling your registration as user of the website, based on the option selected by you.
The registration of children under the age of 14 is not allowed. If any record discloses that the user is a minor, QUESTIONITY reserves the right to cancel it. QUESTIONITY is not responsible for the effects or consequences that records of minors may cause. At any time, parents / guardians of a child that has completed the forms without authorization, may revise, cancel or oppose the processing of personal data by means of a message to the following email address email@example.com, indicating the reference "LOPD”.
By sending personal data via the respective form, the user consents that QUESTIONITY can dispose of his/her personal data for the purposes outlined above. The user must provide true and timely data. QUESTIONITY is not responsible for the consequences and damages that may result from false or erroneous information.
Meanwhile, QUESTIONITY agrees that personal data provided by users will be treated in strict confidence and, in compliance with all security measures established by law in order to prevent unauthorized access and treatment.
Similarly, QUESTIONITY, pursuant to Article 5 of the Data Protection Act (LOPD), informs that the fact of giving personal details by sending of forms is optional and that you can exercise your right of access, rectification, cancellation and / or opposition regarding the data provided at any time. In this case, the applicant will have to direct his/her complaint to QUESTIONITY by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating in the message the reference "LOPD" and detailing the data to be changed or cancelled.
In compliance with Articles 3 and 4 of Law 25/2007 of 18 October, Conservation of Data Relating to Electronic Communications and Public Communications Networks, QUESTIONITY generally will retain for twelve months and for a minimum of six months and maximum of two years, as according to law, those data necessary to identify the source of the stored data and the time when the service began. The obligation of data retention does not affect the secrecy of communications. The data will be retained for security purposes and shall not be used for purposes other than those specified in the Act.
Whenever QUESTIONITY sends marketing information via electronic mail to users, the word "advertising" will appear at the start of the message sent by QUESTIONITY.
Questionity is not responsible for the consequences and effects that advertising of such data, including personal information that the user freely decides to present may occasion to the user, his/her family, friends and / or relatives, or to other third persons. Participation in Questionity is completely voluntary and not mandatory. Disclosure of the information provided is not subject to any guarantee of confidentiality or right to privacy, given tht the user decides on a voluntary basis,that which is public and can be shared on social networks. Consequently, the user is solely responsible for all events, situations, incidents, problems, and so on ,as a representative but not exhaustive list, that may occur following the publication of the data supplied by the user.