Privacy Policy

In compliance with the provisions of Article 5 of the Personal Data Protection Act 15/1999, the Client is informed of the existence of a database containing personal data relating to it, and where applicable to its employees, created by and for “Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, S.A.”, under its responsibility, which is necessary for the normal provision of the services contracted.


For this purpose, the Client expressly authorises “Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, S.A.“, itself or through third parties responsible for processing personal data, to hold and process its personal particulars (full name, address, postcode, telephone number, email address, tax number), on any kind of support, and to communicate them to public and private entities and institutions, provided this is necessary for the efficient provision of the services contracted.

The Client assumes full liability for the authorisation to be given by employees for the processing of their personal data by “Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, S.A.“, provided such processing is related to the purpose of the services contracted.

In compliance with the provisions of Articles 6 et seq. of the Data Protection Act, the Client has the right at all times to object to the processing of its personal data and to access, correct and cancel the personal data held by”Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, S.A.“. The aforesaid rights may be exercised by the Client and by anyone representing the Client, by sending a signed written request to the following address:”Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, S.A.“, Pl. Gal·la Placídia 1-3 planta 1ª, 08006 Barcelona (Spain). The request must contain the following details: Client’s full name, address for the purpose of notifications, photocopy of tax number or identity card or passport, and the specific request. In the case of a representative, formal evidence of such representation must be provided.

Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, S.A.” undertakes to comply with its confidentiality obligation with respect to personal data and with its duty to safeguard them, and shall take the necessary steps to avoid any alteration, loss, unauthorised processing or unauthorised access, in compliance with the provisions of the Security Regulations governing computerised databases containing personal data, approved by Royal Decree 994/1999.