Privacy Policy

1. Responsible for the Treatment: Lidera Network S.L. with NIF B-82492943 and registered office at calle de Quintanadueñas, 6 – 28050 de Madrid, Spain.

Lidera has a data protection delegate, for any question related to the protection of your personal data, you can contact us through the email address For further information you can use any of the following ways:
• telephone 91 837 58 80
• e-mail:

2. Treatments performed: Next, the most relevant aspects of the personal data treatments that are carried out through the web are detailed: the data collected, their origin, the purpose of the treatment, the legitimation basis, the conservation period and, where appropriate , the recipients of the data.

E-mail and contact forms:
• Data: name, telephone, e-mail, company and other data that the interested party needs to deliver.
• Provenance: the interested party through the mail or the web.
• Purpose: attend your inquiry.
• Legitimation basis: consent.
• Conservation term: 1 year after the purpose has been fulfilled.

Partner registry form:
• Data: name, address, zip code, country, NIF, telephone, e-mail, company and other data that the interested party needs to deliver.
• Origin: the interested party.
• Purpose: register and manage your patner account on our platform.
• Legitimation basis: execution of a contract in which the interested party is a party.
• Conservation term: up to 2 years after the purpose has been fulfilled

Commercial communications:
• Data: name, e-mail, postal address.
• Origin: the interested party.
• Purpose: commercial, promotional and statistical for direct marketing purposes.
• Legitimation basis: explicit consent for electronic communications; unequivocal consent for non-electronic communications; legitimate interest for the submission of non-electronic communications when the data can be obtained lawfully and have been checked against advertising exclusion lists, as well as when the provision of the article 21 of Law 34/2002 and provided that the data will be processed for a statistical purpose or to know if a communication has been received, forwarded or opened.
• Conservation term: until the user unsubscribes without this, if applicable, conditioning the execution of the contract that he had signed with Lidera Network.

Curriculum reception:
• Data: documents sent to Lidera by the applicant, all content that is directly accessible through search engines (Bing, Google, Baidu, DuckDuckGo, etc.), the profiles that you keep in professional social networks (LinkedIn, Xing, Viadeo , etc.), the data obtained in the entrance exams and the information revealed in the job interview.
• Provenance: the interested party or, in case Lidera starts the search with the help of third parties, job portals (Infojobs, Tecnoempleo …), social networks, third party websites and others.
• Purpose: to evaluate the candidacy and to be able, where appropriate, to offer a job or collaborative position.
• Legitimation: execution of a contract in which the interested party is a party or for the application at the request of this of pre-contractual measures and, in the case of searches initiated by Lidera, legitimate interest.
• Conservation term: up to 2 years from the receipt of the data submitted by the candidate or the completion of the process to which the interested party has signed up, whichever comes later.

Video surveillance cameras in Lidera facilities:
• Data: image.
• Provenance: video surveillance cameras installed at the head office.
• Purpose: to guarantee the safety of people, goods and facilities.
• Legitimation base: public (Law 5/2014) and legitimate interest.
• Conservation period: up to 1 month after image capture or recording.

DPD and exercise of GDPR rights:
• Data: data contained in the DNI and those others provided by the user in the application for the exercise of rights.
• Provenance: the interested party through the email
• Purpose: attend the exercise of GDPR rights.
• Legitimation basis: compliance with a legal obligation.
• Conservation term: 1 year after the purpose has been fulfilled.
• International transfers: to provide the DPO service, the email communication services of Gmail, product that belongs to the American company Google LLC that, therefore, will have access to the personal data derived from this activity.

Google is a US entity attached to the Privacy Shield (More information), with an own privacy policy.

3. Personal data lockout period: In certain cases, the law requires Lidera to keep certain personal data for a period longer than that indicated in order to make them available to the courts and tribunals. In any case, these data will only be kept for that purpose and for the indicated time.

• 4 years: Law on Infractions and Sanctions in the Social Order (obligations regarding membership, registration, cancellation, contributions, payment of salaries …); Arts. 66 et seq. General Tax Law (accounting books …).
• 5 years: Art. 1964 Civil Code (personal actions without special term).
• 6 years: Art. 30 Commercial Code (accounting books, invoices …).
• 10 years: Art. 25 Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism.

4. Recipients or assignees: Lidera Network does not transfer personal data to third parties except by legal obligation or in cases for which the interested party consents after having been duly informed.

5. International transfers: international data transfers are not expected except those specifically indicated in the treatment activities.

6. How to exercise rights: free of charge users can go to Lidera to request the exercise of the following rights

• Right to request access to personal data: you can ask Lidera Network if this company is processing your personal data and, if so, what personal data is being processed.
• Right to request its rectification (if they are incorrect) or deletion .
• Right to request the limitation of your treatment, in which case they will only be retained by Lidera Network for the exercise or defense of claims.
• Right to oppose to the processing: Lidera Network will stop processing the data in the manner you indicate, unless for compelling legitimate reasons or the exercise or defense of possible claims must continue to be treated.
• Right to the portability of the data: in case you want your data to be processed by another firm, Lidera Network will facilitate the portability of your data to the new person in charge.

These rights can be exercised through the registered office indicated in the heading or through the email In any case, the interested party must identify himself with his ID or other valid identification document.

The interested party can consult the page of the Spanish Agency for Data Protection to expand information about their rights and have access to forms and models.

In the event that an interested party is not satisfied with the resolution of their claims by Lidera, they can go to the Spanish Agency for Data Protection at any time to inform them of these facts.

7. Possibility of withdrawing consent: In the event that consent has been granted for any specific purpose, the interested party has the right to withdraw it at any time, without affecting the legality of the treatment based on the prior consent to its withdrawal.

8. Miscellaneous

Analytical system to prevent spam: This website has implemented the reCAPTCHA API, which collects software and hardware information, such as application and device data, and sends them to Google for analysis. This information is used to improve the reCAPTCHA service and general security. It will not be used to publish personalized Google ads.

Processing of personal data in RRSS: Some of the treatments indicated in this privacy policy can be carried out through social network services. The owner of the website and the profile in RRSS is jointly responsible, together with the owners of social networks, for the treatment corresponding to the initial collection of user data. These are the main stewards for the purposes of data management and receipt of requests for the exercise of rights by interested parties. The owners of each of the social networks are, for their part, solely responsible or with third parties for the treatments they perform once they have obtained the data.