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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy


Our Privacy/Cookies/Data Protection Policy is part of our General Terms and Conditions. Access to our website or browsing through the website imply acceptance of our General Terms and Coditions (therefore, also our Privacy/Cookies/Data Protection Policy).

The Data Processing Responsible for data provided when browsing or as a result of using our website is J. M. Janariz Ripalda, with registered office at calle Aribau, 265, 1-5, E-08021 BARCELONA (Spain). Data provided by Users will be treated and processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 as of 27 of April, 2016 (GDPR) as well as the appropriate Spanish regulations.
The processing of such data provided by Users through our contact e-mail address (there are no contact forms available in our website) indicated in our website is to establish a collaboration relationship with a customer company, a translator, or an interpreter. Within this relationship, an exchange of e-mails for the placement of translation or interpretation orders or for the request of other services will take place. Also e-mails could be exchanged with potential collaborators who have previously contacted us.
Any User that has provided data when browsing or as a result of using our website may require the removal of such data whenever he wishes to do so or may send an e-mail to get a certification that such data or documents have been removed from our data storage equipment. The only exception will be invoices issued and collected by collaborators and translations delivered by collaborators.
Contact data for such a request: e-mail address or postal address: FACH-Übersetzungen JanaRitz, Aribau, 265, 1-5, E-08006 Barcelona (Spain).

The Data Processing Responsible ensures that all data provided by Users of our website will not be transferred to third parties. The data will be used for the purposes for which the User has contacted us. However, that the data may be shared with our Internet Service Provider for the purposes of delivering the contracted web hosting and e-mail services. Not all e-mails sent by Users of our website are donwloaded to a data storage device at our premises. Some data is deleted directly from the server before any other e-mails are downloaded, if it is of no interest to us. This makes any furhter actions unnecessary.
By browsing the website, the User authorises FACH-Übersetzungen JanaRitz (J.M. Janariz Ripalda) the use of data and files sent by means of an e-mail for one or the following purposes:
- To provide the requested cost estimate
- To continue the usual supplier-client communications
- To manage enquiries sent through the contact means made available in our website
- To communicate the User any prices or offers that may be of interest to him
- To comply with our legal duties
- To redesign and/or change the browsing features and/or website functionality
- To perform statistic analyses
- To process an freelance employement application to be considered in future translator/interpreter selection processes
- To manage enquiries sent to us through the contact means made available in our website

In order to remove all data and files provided by a User from our data storage equipment, the User should send an e-mail to

The Responsible for data processing ensures the User that in accordance with the current applicable regulations (General Data Protection Regulation) for data protection his/her data will be processed and treated in a fully transparent way, in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Our Internet Service Provider has also implemented data security measures to prevent access by third parties to e-mails sent by Users of our website.

The Privacy/Cookies/Data Protection Policy may be changed in accordance with applicable legislation changes.

In accordance with the applicable Spanish Law 34/2002, dated 11 July, 2002, FACH-Übersetzungen JanaRitz (J. M. Janariz Ripalda) informs the users of its website of the use of cookies. The goal of using such cookies is to improve the offered service. If you keep browsing without changing your cookie settings, you are agreeing to the installation of cookies. Also, if you do not want any cookies to be installed, you can configure your Internet browsing such that this removes them from your data equipment, disables them or advises you of their installation, as explained at the end of this text.
FACH-Übersetzungen JanaRitz (Responsible for Data Processing: J. M. Janariz Ripalda) communicates the Users of its website as well that the use of cookies serves to make the browsing session possible only. Cookies store no personal data at all. If Users do not wish to use any cookies, they should disable this possibility under the User Options in their own browser.
Managing the use of cookies in the different browsers: you may enable, disable or remove cookies installed in your computer equipment by configuring the browser installed in your computer.

- Cookies that are strictly required or technically useful: These cookies are necessary for the website to function properly. They enable access to sections with integrated security filters. Without these cookies some or all of the available services would not be functional.
- Browsing or analysis cookies: These cookies collect usage and tracking information on visitors to our website. The data collected is used for the purpose of introducing improvements based on analysis of the data regarding how users use our website. The main goal is to improve the website’s functionality.
- As far as the processing of data received through analysis cookies is concerned, the European Data Protection Board (European Advisory Body on data protection) has stated that, despite the fact that analysis cookies are not exempt from the obligation to request the informed consent to the use of such cookies, it is unlikely that they represent a risk to user privacy as long as the cookies are first-party, processing aggregate data for strictly statistical purposes, information about their use is provided, and users are allowed to refuse their use.

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