Hey there! Here goes the legal stuff, but no need to worry.
We at Mindset Digital understand that this kind of text can be a bit difficult to understand, so we’ve written into simple English to make it easier for you to… digest.
Data entry and collection goals
In order to purchase the services offered through the Mindset Digital website, you must
provide some personal details. This information will be stored and processed by the Mindset Digital website, in
compliance with the provisions of Law UE 2016/671 GDPR of 27 April 2016. The purpose of this is to manage the information, and also to be able to send your advertising or promotional materials (all the yummy details of what we do) through e-mail or other means of communication, in the terms established by Law UE 2016/671 GDPR of 27 April 2016 of Services the Information Society and Electronic Commerce. By no means will we ever send you unwanted mail.
By providing your personal data, you expressly consent to its use by the Mindset Digital website and guarantee that the information communicated through the Mindset Digital website is accurate, complete and up to date. If you enter the data of another individual, we understand that you have that individual’s express permission and consent to share this data, since this presumes that the data has been provided by its owner. Therefore, you will be solely responsible for any data you provide that may cause loss or damages, direct or indirect, to mindsetdigital.io or others.
Right to access
You may exercise your right to the access, rectification, cancellation and opposition of the personal data provided to Mindset Digital by contacting us at Digital Marketing Barcelona S.L., Av. Diagonal 512, ent. 1ª 08006 Barcelona, or by sending an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org In the event that you do not want to receive any advertising or promotional communications you may simply email us at the previous address, and we will disable this function immediately.
We guarantee that under no circumstances will the personal details collected on our website be transferred, passed on or sold to any third parties. Our amazing tech team has taken every possible measure to protect your data and to prevent its loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access or theft. Our system uses encryption technology, which allows you to safely transmit all personal data (name, address, etc.) in a transaction. The data is encrypted so that only those involved in a transaction can interpret it. We use a secure server (SSL) – the small lock icon we’ve all come to recognize as a symbol of safety -, however, please keep in mind that Internet security measures are not completely bulletproof.
Cookies (Yes, please. We’d like 1 chocolate chip, 2 lemon bars and 1 gingerbread, and 5 espresso biscotti… oh, wait, not that kind of cookie)
Some tech-Mindset Digital out there decided to give this name to the small data files that the webserver sends to your browser so that it can return to it every time you check-in. These files are stores on your computer and allow the system to remember what you like according to your previous experiences on our website. For example:
Date and time of the last time you visited us.
Design and content that you chose in your first visit to the site.
Security elements involved in controlling access to restricted areas and other similar
These cookies are not invasive or noxious, nor do they contain personal data. They’re also calorie-free! You can disable them any time by modifying your browser’s preferences.
Mindset Digital uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service by Google, Inc. What this does is help us analyze the use of our website so that we can offer you a better service, (thank you, Google).
By accepting these conditions, you consent to the processing of your data by Google in the following way: Your information is transmitted to and stored on Google’s servers in the U.S. They use this information to compile reports on its activity and provide other services related to Internet use. When required by law, this information may be transferred to third parties. When third parties process the information on behalf of Google, it will not associate your IP address with any other data you may have. You can refuse treatment of the data or information by disabling cookies in your browser settings, although some features of the web may be restricted.