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Privacy Policy

In accordance with EU Regulation 2016/679, we offer you a summary of the treatments carried out through this website.

If you use the contact form on our website, you should know that:

The controller of your data is Just Music Events SLU.

Why do we have your data? We need them to respond to requests for information and contact from our website.

Why can we have your data? We can use your contact data because you have given us your permission (art. 6.1.a RGPD).

Will we give someone your data? No

What can you do regarding your data?: you can request access, rectify, cancel, limit the processing of your data; just send us your request to Just Music Events SLU as explained below.

 

If you sign up for our newsletter:

The controller of your data is Just Music Events SLU.

Why do we have your data? You have left us your email so that we can send you information about:

News from the Greenworld Festival.
Exclusive offers and discounts
Other communications about events managed by Just Music Events SLU

Why can we have your data? Consent of the interested party (article 6.1.a RGPD)

Will we give someone your data? No

What can you do regarding your data?: you can request to access, rectify or cancel your data; just send us your request to Just Music Events SLU as explained in more information

You can consult additional information about the data processing that we carry out below.

 

If you use RFID (wristband) services that involve registration:

The person in charge of processing your data is Just Music Events SLU

Why do we have your data? We need them to make cashless payment operations, service activation, electronic payment and linking the bracelet with your debit or credit card possible.

Why can we have your data? They are necessary for the execution of a contract to which you are a party (use of a wristband as a means of payment). Without your data we cannot activate the payment service with the RDFI bracelet.

Will we give someone your data? No

What can you do regarding your data?: you can request access, rectify, cancel, limit the processing of your data; just send us your request to Just Music Events SLU as explained below.

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Who is responsible for the treatment of your data?

Just Music Events SLU, CIF B76721166.

Contact email:

Info@greenworldfestival.eu

What do we collect and use your data for?

We use the contact form to facilitate the attention of requests for information and respond to them. Without your data, we cannot answer you. We keep your data for one year.

Why can we have your data? Legitimation: article 6.1.a; consent of the interested party. We can use your data as long as you have given us your consent.

Recipients of assignments: not expected.

Rights of the interested parties: you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation, opposition, deletion or limitation of the treatment by sending a certified letter to Just Music Events SLU Avenida San Francisco 16, 38650, Arona, including your request and a copy of your ID.

Also by email to info@greenworldfestival.eu along with details of your request and ID scan.

You have the right to complain to the Spanish Data Protection Agency if you think something is wrong. We will be happy to assist you and we will do our best to meet your request without this being necessary.

Newsletter data

Who is responsible for the treatment of your data?

Just Music Events SLU Avenida San Francisco 16, 38650, Arona.

 

Contact email:

Info@greenworldfestival.eu

What do we collect and use your data for? Only for sending our newsletter in accordance with your request. We keep your email until you unsubscribe.

Why can we have your data? Legitimation: article 6.1.a; consent of the interested party. We can use your data as long as you have given us your consent to send you our newsletter.

Recipients of assignments: not expected.

Rights of the interested parties: you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation, opposition, suppression or limitation of the treatment by sending a certified letter to Just Music Events SLU C/ Avenida San Francisco 16, 38650, Arona.

You have the right to complain to the Spanish Data Protection Agency if you think something is wrong. We will be happy to assist you and we will do our best to meet your request without this being necessary.

Cashless service (RDFI wristband)

Who is responsible for the treatment of your data?

Just Music Events SLU Avenida San Francisco 16, 38650, Arona.

Contact email:

Info@greenworldfestival.eu

What do we collect and use your data for?

We use the contact form to make possible the use and the RDFI bracelet as a means of payment. We keep your data for

Why can we have your data? Legitimation: article 6.1.b; fulfillment of the contract to which you are a party.

Recipients of assignments: not expected.

Rights of the interested parties: you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation, opposition, deletion or limitation of the treatment by sending a certified letter to Just Music Events SLU Avenida San Francisco 16, 38650, Arona.

You have the right to complain to the Spanish Data Protection Agency if you think something is wrong. We will be happy to assist you and we will do our best to meet your request without this being necessary.

 

Manage cookies

You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by configuring the browser options installed on your computer.

If you’re not sure what type and version of browser you’re using to access the internet:

For Windows: Click on ‘Help’ at the top of your browser window and select the ‘About’ option.

For Mac: With the browser window open, click on the Apple menu and select the ‘About…’ option.

 

How to manage cookies in Windows
Google Chrome
Click on the Google Chrome menu located in the browser toolbar.
Select “Settings”.
Click on “Show advanced options…”
In the “Privacy” section, click the “Content Settings…” button.
In the “Cookies” section, you can configure the following options: Delete cookies, block or allow cookies by default, include cookie exceptions from specific domains or websites.
For more details, consult the help of Google Chrome.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 and 8.0
Click on the “Tools” button and then on “Internet Options”.
Click on the “Privacy” tab, and then move the slider to a position between the upper and lower extremes, so that not all cookies are blocked or allowed.
Click on “Sites”.
In the “Website address” box, type a website address, and then click “Block” or “Allow.”
As you type, a list of web pages you’ve already visited will appear. If you click on an item in the list, it will be displayed in the Website Address box.
When finished, click “OK”.
Return the slider to its original position and click “OK”.
You can consult the Windows help for more information
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MozillaFirefox
At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button and select “Options.”
Select the “Privacy” panel.
Under “Firefox will:” choose “Use custom settings for history.”
Check the “Accept cookies” option to activate them, and uncheck it to deactivate them.
If you do not want to receive third-party cookies, uncheck “Accept third-party cookies”.
You can consult the Mozilla help for more information

Safari
Click on ‘Safari’ at the top of your browser window and select the ‘Preferences’ option.
Click on “Privacy”.
In the “Block cookies” section, select one of the following options according to your interests: “Advertising and third parties”, “Always”, or “Never”.

Opera
Click ‘Settings’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Options’.
Then select the “Advanced” tab and in the list on the left select “Cookies”.
Next, select “Accept cookies”.
You have three options depending on your preference: “Accept cookies”, “Accept cookies only from the visited site” and “Never accept cookies”.

How to manage cookies on Mac
Google Chrome:
Click on the Google Chrome menu located in the browser toolbar.
Select “Settings”.
Click on “Show advanced options…”
In the “Privacy” section, click the “Content settings…” button.
In the “Cookies” section, you can configure the following options: Delete cookies, block or allow cookies by default, include cookie exceptions from specific domains or websites.

Microsoft Internet Explorer:
Click on “Explorer” at the top of your browser window and select the “Preferences” options.
Scroll down until “Cookies” appears under Received Files.
Select the “Never ask” option.
Click on “OK”.

MozillaFirefox:
In the menu bar, click on the Firefox menu and select “Preferences…”.
Select the “Privacy” panel.
Under “Firefox you will be able to:” choose “Use custom settings for history”.
Check the “Accept cookies” option to activate them, and uncheck it to deactivate them.
If you do not want to receive cookies from third parties, uncheck “Accept cookies from thirds”.

Safari:
Click on “Safari” at the top of your browser window and select the “Preferences” option.
Click on “Privacy”.
In the “Block cookies” section, select one of the following options depending on your interests: “Advertising and third-party”, “Always”, or “Never”.

Opera:
Click on “Opera” at the top of the browser window and select “Options”.
Then select the “Advanced” tab and in the list on the left select “Cookies”.
Next, select “Accept cookies”.
You have three options depending on your preference: “Accept cookies”, “Accept cookies only from the visited site” and “Never accept cookies”.

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