Privacy Policy

The privacy policy aims to inform users about their personal data protection policy, in order to decide freely and voluntarily if they wish to provide the Fireshepherds project with the personal data that may be required or obtained as a result of the subscription or high in any of the web channels. The Fireshepherds project reserves the right to adapt this policy to legislative developments. In this case, the changes introduced will be announced as soon as possible.

About us

Our website is:

What personal data we collect and why we collect them

The processing by the user of their personal data implies the acceptance of this personal data protection policy and specifically the express and unequivocal consent for the collection and processing of their data for the purpose of the completed form.

On our site, the personal data we collect have the purpose of responding to inquiries. If you freely provide us with your name and email via the web inquiry form, you are authorizing us to send you the information requested by e-mail.

All of the above is subject to the effects of what is contemplated by the LSSICE, which prohibits the processing of commercial communications by electronic means that have not been requested or expressly authorized.

Unless otherwise indicated, the answers to the questions about personal data on the forms are voluntary, without the absence of an answer implying damage to the quality of the services. However, in some cases some data is necessary to manage the specific service and / or channel. 


In this link you will find all the information related to Cookies on our website:  


The Fireshepherds project uses Google Analytics to exploit the potential of the web. Google Analytics provides us with data and reports on everything that happens on our website: visitors, unique users, conversions, duration of visits, duration of sessions, how they arrived at our website, etc.

In order to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union, we guarantee that your IP is anonymized.

With whom we share your data

The Fireshepherds project does not share your data with third parties, unless you give us your consent. Your data, as well as all data on the web, are stored in a database hosted on the server that we have contracted in CDMON.

How long we keep your data

Your data is recorded in our files until it is legally necessary or until you indicate otherwise by writing an email to

What rights do you have over your data

In accordance with current regulations you can exercise your rights of opposition, access, rectification and cancellation of data by writing to the registered office of the Fireshepherds project indicated below or by sending an email to the address This does not include any data that we are required to keep for administrative, legal or security purposes.

You can ask us for more information about the processing of your personal data through the email

Likewise and in accordance with Law 34/2002 of July 11, on services of the information society and electronic commerce, you can revoke at any time the consent given for the reception of commercial communications electronically, by sending an email to:, with the indication: -I don’t want to receive commercial communications.

Where we send your data

Your data, outside of Europe, is hosted in two companies accounts that we have contracted with Synology Inc. and Dropbox.

Your contact information

Do not hesitate to contact us at to clarify any questions related to your personal data.

How we protect your data

The data collected through the portal  will be processed and collected in an automated file of the Pau Costa Foundation (project’s partner), domiciled in Taradell (Barcelona), Mossen Cinto Verdaguer street, number 42 esc. A bxs 2a, CP 08552, with CIF G-55.536 .098 for the purpose of each form.

To guarantee the protection of your data, we encrypt the connections between the user and the server through an SSL certificate.