SixTRUE and data privacy

SixTRUE is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This privacy statement sets out how we will treat personal information that we may collect about you as a visitor to our website or our locations, such as contacting customers or potential customers, suppliers or potential suppliers or other business partners, or in any other case where we declare that this information can be applied.

This privacy statement also explains how we protect your privacy and your rights by respecting your personal information.

What personal information do we collect?

We may collect and process your following personal information: Personal information you provide This is information that you provide us through the fields to be filled in on our site (or other forms that we ask you to fill in), giving us a business card or the like or interacting with us by phone, mail, email or other means.

This information may include, for example, your name, address, email address and telephone number; information relating to your relationship with SixTRUE, and information regarding your professional qualification, studies, work experience and interests.

Personal information collected through our website and other systems If you visit our website, it will be able to collect information about you, including the IP address you use to connect to the Internet and other information such as the pages you have visited.

This information allows us to monitor the progress of our site and to guarantee a better experience for our future visitors. Our website may also download cookies to your device, as described in our Cookie Policy. If you interact with us through social media, we may get information from this interaction.

Obviously we check that social media providers have made sure that you have consented to let us interact with your data.

Remember that we are not responsible for the way social media service providers manage your personal information, as it is their responsibility.

We encourage you to read the privacy conditions of your social networks, in order to understand how they use your personal information.