Privacy Policy

At CADOR we want to offer you a secure and reliable browsing experience and service. For this reason, we have implemented this Privacy Policy which complies with the security measures required by European Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (hereinafter, GDPR) and Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December on Personal Data Protection and guarantee of digital rights (hereinafter, LOPD).

As stated in the Legal Notice, the company that owns this website is:


Spanish tax ID (NIF): A-28618676

Registered address: Calle Luis Mitjans 18, C.P. 28007, Madrid

Contact email:

Contact phone number: 91 433 30 63


For anything you need as a User, you can contact us at the email address above or at our postal address.



In this form you must indicate your name, surname(s) and email address so that we can contact you, as well as the information that we may require from you and other information contained in the message that you send us.


We may collect your data through your user profile on the social media we use at CADOR, which are detailed in Section 9 of this policy.


Through our email address: you can write to us and/or request the information you consider necessary to clarify any questions related to our services or about how our website or blog operates.


You can subscribe to our newsletter if you wish, and we will collect your email address in order to send you the latest news from our blog.


In this case, you may send us your CV via the link provided on our website, where you must accept this Privacy Policy in order to send it to us.


The purpose of data collection in all the sections mentioned in the previous point is to maintain direct and personalised contact with our Users. Thus, we will use your data to handle any queries or information you have requested from us, to process your requests and to inform you of activities that we believe may be of interest to you. We may also use your data for advertising and marketing purposes.

The email you send us through the contact form and/or the email from which you write to our corporate email address will be used to send you information related to the questions or concerns you have raised, advice, news and promotions, as appropriate.

Under no circumstances will Users receive information from third parties without first notifying them and previously requesting their consent, thus ensuring compliance with legal parameters.

If you send us your CV via the website, your data will be used for direct or third-party analysis, of which you will be informed in due course, where appropriate, in order to assess your suitability for a post at our company.

If there is a selection process, the outcome may be either positive or negative. Thus, if you do not get the job, we will proceed to delete your data, adopting pertinent mechanisms to guarantee their destruction or, if the company thus determines at the appropriate time, store them in our database for a maximum of a one-year period, in case there any vacancy for which you may be eligible during said period.

If you are selected for the job, your data will be incorporated into our database and processed to handle the formalities of registering you as an employee and formalising the employment or other pertinent contract, of which you will be notified.

Please note that we will not share this data with any third party, except with the source from which it originates, with whom you will have already authorised sharing your information, or when the selection process is referred to a third party. We will not make automated decisions or process your information for other purposes.

In compliance with the provisions of the aforesaid EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April, and Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December, we remind you that you are entitled to exercise the rights set out in point 6 of this policy.


CADOR informs its Users that the personal data provided to us will be processed by CADOR in accordance with the provisions of the aforesaid LOPD and GDPR.

  • To go into greater detail, the purpose of data processing via the means set out in point 1 shall be:
  • To attend to and resolve any requests or queries from Users.
  • To report on any news or activities that we may conduct at CADOR.
  • To send information considered to be of interest to Users.
  • To notify on the promotional agreements that CADOR has signed with partner companies to offer website Users specific services similar to those offered by CADOR on its website.
  • To review job applications, as applicable, as well as keeping you updated on the status of your application, if applicable.
  • To inform you of the following with regard to your data: (i) your data will not be used for purposes other than those we set out in this policy; (ii) all such information is stored on a separate secure server.


As already established in the previous points, CADOR will not provide Users’ data to third parties, except for the exceptions indicated in this policy. If you wish, you will be notified in advance to obtain your consent.


In compliance with the requirements of the GDPR and in accordance with the provisions of our internal policies, each time you send us personal data you must give your express and unequivocal consent by clicking on the box at the bottom of each form where your data is collected.

When you write to us at our contact email address, you expressly agree that we may collect your data for the purpose or request you have made.

By taking such action(s), you are freely and unequivocally declaring to us that you agree to CADOR processing your data for the purposes mentioned in the previous paragraphs.

Users guarantee that the personal data provided to CADOR are truthful and they are responsible for notifying CADOR of any changes to them.

Users’ acceptance of their data being processed for the purposes referred to in this policy is always revocable, although with no retroactive effect, in accordance with the provisions of current legislation.


The General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, like Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December on Personal Data Protection and Guarantee of Digital Rights, have implemented a series of legal guarantees that ensure Users can exercise rights and actions related to the processing of their data.

CADOR offers you this legal guarantee, whereby, at any time and/or whenever you consider it appropriate, you may exercise your rights of access, rectification, erasure, objection, data portability and/or to be forgotten by writing to the contact email address we have provided for this purpose: or by sending us a request by post to Calle Luis Mitjans 18, 28007, Madrid. In both cases, please attach or enclose a copy of your passport or ID card (data subject) and expressly indicate in the subject line the request you wish to make: access, rectification, erasure, objection, portability and/or to be forgotten.

We will briefly explain what each of the rights you can exercise consists of:

  • Access: By exercising this right, you can find out which of your personal data are being processed by CADOR; their purpose, origin or possible transfer to third parties.
  • Rectification: This means that you can modify your personal data that are inaccurate or incomplete, where you should which data you want to modify in your request.
  • Objection: With the right to object, you may oppose the processing of your data in cases such as: advertising and commercial research activities or when the purpose of such processing is to take a decision concerning you based solely on the automated processing of your personal data.
  • Portability: You may receive your personal data provided in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and transfer them to another controller, when this is technically feasible.

In general, in cases where it is not clear whether personal data should be erased, you can exercise your right to restrict processing. This right exists in the following cases: (i) where the accuracy of the data concerned is uncertain; (ii) where you do not want the data to be erased; (iii) where the data are no longer necessary for the original purpose but cannot be erased for legal reasons; (iv) where a decision on your objection to processing is pending. Restriction means that your personal data may (except for storage) only be processed with your consent for the purpose of formulating, exercising or defending claims, with a view to protecting the rights of another natural or legal person or for reasons of public interest of the EU or a specific EU member state. You must be informed prior to the lifting of this restriction.

Erasure and right to be forgotten You may request the erasure of your personal data without undue delay if any of the aforesaid circumstances occur. For example, unlawful processing of data or when the purpose leading to processing or collection has ended.


In order to guarantee the security of our website, we have integrated a security system that allows us to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of our Users’ data that have been sent or collected through the means mentioned in point one.

In this way, CADOR maintains the levels of data protection security required by the the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) and the Organic Law on Data Protection and has employed all the technical means at its disposal to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorised access and theft of the data provided by Users on the platform.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, as a User of our Website, you understand, accept and understand that security measures on the internet are not impregnable and that you are thus obliged to adopt the security measures you deem necessary to trust the truthfulness of the website on which you enter your data. We will also do our utmost to ensure the privacy and security of your identification data at all times, always with the most diligence possible and implementing the necessary measures.

Therefore, we inform you will be the sole party responsible for the security measures that you implement for protecting your data. Thus, CADOR is not responsible for situations where Users have not implemented the appropriate security measures, or for their consequences, or for causes or damages caused by third parties outside CADOR, including acts of nature and/or force majeure.

Pursuant to these terms, CADOR cannot guarantee that unauthorised third parties will not have knowledge of the type, conditions, characteristics and circumstances of the use made by Users of the services offered on the platform. However, usage conditions have been set out in our Legal Notice as a measure.


CADOR has a corporate profile on the social media sites Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube. Thus, by virtue of the provisions of personal data protection regulations, CADOR is the ‘data controller’ due to the existence of these profiles on social media and the fact that you follow us and we can follow you.

This means that, if you decide to join our corporate profile as a follower or by clicking on ‘Like’ for our contents or profile, you agree to this policy, where we explain your rights and how we use your data.

As the data controller, we guarantee confidentiality in the processing and compliance with your rights, always under the effects of the aforesaid regulations.

We also inform you that we will use these social media to announce news or relevant information related to the services we offer, or on topics that we consider to be of interest to you. Using these platforms’ functionalities, you may receive news with this type of information on your wall or profile.

However, we also inform you that there is no link between CADOR and these platforms or social media, so you will accept their usage policy and terms and conditions when you access them and/or validate their notices, terms and conditions in the registration procedure. CADOR shall not be held responsible for the use or processing of your data that is done outside the strict relationship and provision of services set out in this policy.


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CADOR reserves the right to modify this policy to adapt it to future legislative or jurisprudential developments, as well as to future uses it plans to make of Users’ personal data from the website. In the event that such a change affects you with regard to processing your data, for example, because there will be additional processing of your data for which you have not previously been informed, we will notify you of this change.

We recommend that Users always read the Personal Data Protection Policy on the website each time they access it.


This Privacy Policy is complemented by the Legal Notice and Cookie Policy associated with this website.

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