Privacy Policy 


  1. Who does this Privacy Policy apply to?
  2. Who is the data controller?
  3. What is the legitimacy for the data processing?
  4. What information do we process?
  5. What purpose do we process the data for?
  6. How long will we keep the data?
  7. Which recipients is the data communicated to?
  8. Can international data transfers be made?
  9. What rights does the user have in relation to the data they provide?
  10. How do we protect the data of our users?
  11. Modifications
  12. Applicable legislation




  1. Who does this Privacy Policy apply to?


By visiting or consulting the GATE2BRAIN website and use the services offered, the user (potential clients, inverstors, among others), accepts the processing of your personal data, in accordance with the terms established in this document (hereinafter, the “Privacy Policy”).

This Privacy Policy and the way your data is processed will be regulated by the General Data Protection Regulation, or Regulation [EU] 2016/679 (“GDPR”).


  1. Who is the data controller?

This is the relevant information of the Data Controller of the personal data that is processed and provided by users:

Identity GATE2BRAIN, S.L. (hereinafter GATE2BRAIN)
Address Barcelona Science Park

c/Baldiri Reixac, 4-8 Torre I

C.P. 08028 – Barcelona



  1. What is the legitimacy for the data processing?

The legal bases for the processing of personal data are:

– The execution of the forms on the GATE2BRAIN website, these forms (paragraph 4.a), are completed by data subject or share certain information and thus gives its full consent to the processing of personal data.

– The legitimate interest of GATE2BRAIN.

  1. What information do we process?

The information that we receive from users or that they share, and that will be treated with the utmost confidentiality, is treated and managed as explained below.

  1. a) Information that users provide us directly: GATE2BRAIN collects and stores certain information that the user enters the GATE2BRAIN Web, through the following sections/forms.
“Go Beyond Barriers & Contact Us”

“Message Us”

The information that the user provides us when completing each of these forms, that is, full name, phone and email. Identifying data.

“Let’s start a conversation”

The information that the user provides us when requesting information for the registration of potential investors, that is, full name, company name, position, country, email and phone. Identifying data.

Job detail data.

  1. b) Information that users provide us indirectly:
Own and third party cookies GATE2BRAIN uses its own and third-party cookies to distinguish it from other users of our website. To do this, without being exhaustive, it collects the following information, the type of search engine, the operating system, including the content it consults and the time of day it does it, as well as the online identifier (that is, the IP assigned to your device). Identifying data derived from cookies.

Data derived from navigation.


4.1. Data quality: The user must guarantee, both against GATE2BRAIN and against third parties, the quality of the information and personal data provided through the GATE2BRAIN website. This implies that all personal data and information provided must be real, truthful, updated and belong to the user and not to third parties. In the event that they belong to third parties, we understand that it is through their consent and we request that said third party be invited to know our legal texts as soon as possible.

4.2. Modification of data: The user must notify GATE2BRAIN of any modification that occurs in the personal data provided, responding in any case to the veracity and accuracy of the data provided at all times.

  1. For what purpose do we process the data?
 Resolution of doubts, queries and benefits


This section is created so users can contact GATE2BRAIN and report briefly their questions or needs and so that we can communicate with them.
Provision of services GATE2BRAIN may use the personal data that the user provides:

– To carry out communications via email about its operations and thus comply with internal procedures.

Communication of data to third parties (exceptions) – In the event that it is strictly necessary for the requested services, in the event that GATE2BRAIN collaborates with third parties.

– When GATE2BRAIN has express and unequivocal authorization from the user.

– When requested by the competent authority in the exercise of its functions (to investigate, prevent or take actions related to illegal actions).

– If required by regulations.

Own and third party cookies –          With the user’s consent, cookies may be installed to calculate the number of people who enter the website, as well as store information on the behavior of users obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits ( analytics).

Most browsers admit the use of cookies automatically, but you can configure your browser to be warned on your computer screen about the receipt of cookies and, in this way, prevent their installation on your hard drive.

For detailed information on the cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them, see our Cookie Policy. (ENLACE CON LA MISMA)



  1. How long will we keep the data?

GATE2BRAIN will keep the user’s personal data for as long as is reasonably necessary to: meet any other objectives mentioned in this Privacy Policy, comply with applicable legislation, regulatory requirements and orders relevant competent court, or, In any case, as long as we send you information or communications and the data subject does not request its deletion or opposition.

Your personal data will be anonymized or deleted once it is no longer relevant for the purposes for which it was collected.

  1. To which recipients is the data communicated?


The personal data that GATE2BRAIN collects will be exclusively used to achieve the purpose defined on the GATE2BRAIN website. To achieve this objective and the correct provision of the service, GATE2BRAIN could share certain personal data of users:

– Prior legal requirement, GATE2BRAIN may share information with executive authority bodies and/or third parties regarding requests for information related to criminal investigations and alleged illegal activities.

– With the consent of the user: apart from what is established above, the user will be informed in the event that any of his or her  information is made known to the commercial partners of the web, or to third parties, with a different nature than those purposes set out on the GATE2BRAIN website (for example: for commercial purposes), so that you have the opportunity to decide that your information is not shared. None of the above data communications will include selling, renting, sharing or otherwise revealing customer personal information for commercial purposes in a manner contrary to the commitments made in this Privacy Policy.


  1. Can international data transfers be made?

In the event that we make transfers of your personal data to a third country, that is, a country outside the European Economic Area (the countries of the European Union plus Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway), we will comply with all the laws applicable to such transfer, including the guarantee that your personal data is kept safe and the presence of safeguards to ensure that there is adequate protection. For this, COMPANY NAME will use standard data protection clauses adopted by the European Commission.

  1. What rights does the user have in relation to the data they provide?


The user may exercise the following rights before GATE2BRAIN:

– Right to be informed: the user has the right to receive clear, transparent and easily understandable information about the way in which we use their information and their rights. For this reason, we provide you with this information in this privacy policy.

– Right of access: the user has the right to obtain access to their information (in case we are treating it), as well as other types of information (similar to that provided in this privacy policy), so that they are informed and they can verify that we use their information in accordance with the legislation on data protection.

– Right to rectification: the user has the right to have their information corrected (inaccurate data) if it is incorrect or incomplete.

– Right to erasure: It is also known as the “right to be forgotten” and, ultimately, it allows the user to request the elimination or suppression of his or her information when the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected. This does not constitute a general right of erasure; there are exceptions.

– Right to restriction of processing: the user has rights that allow him to “block” or prevent the continued use of his or her information. When the processing is limited, we will only keep his or her  information for the exercise or defense of claims. In addition, we maintain lists of users who have requested a “block” from their continued use of their information in order to ensure that the restriction is respected in the future.

– Right to data portability: the user has rights that allow hi mor her to obtain and reuse his or her personal data for his or her own purposes in different services.

– Right to object: the user has the right to object to certain types of treatment, including treatment for direct marketing purposes. Except for compelling legitimate reasons, or the exercise or defense of possible claims.

The exercise of the aforementioned rights is very personal, so it will be necessary for the user to prove their identity.

To exercise the aforementioned rights provided for in the legislation, the user can contact COMPANY NAME through the email or by writing to the address that appears in section 1 of this Policy. The communication will contain the following data and documents:

– Name and surname of the data subject, attaching a photocopy of the DNI or other valid document that identifies him and, where appropriate, of the person who represents him; The use of electronic signature will exempt the presentation of these documents.

– Indication of the address of the data subject and the request in which the request is specified (the right to be exercised).

The user will also have the right to file a claim with the corresponding Supervisory Authority/Spanish Supervisory Authority (, when deemed appropriate.

  1. How do we protect the data of our users?


GATE2BRAIN informs the user that it has adopted the necessary technical and organizational measures required by current regulations on Data Protection to guarantee the security of their data, in order to avoid their alteration, loss, access or unauthorized treatment.

As mentioned, the personal data provided by users through the GATE2BRAIN website will not be transferred to other entities or companies to be used for their own purposes. However, some companies subcontracted by GATE2BRAIN may have access to personal data and information, always under the exclusive control of GATE2BRAIN, with the sole purpose of providing a service necessary for the correct functioning of the GATE2BRAIN website.

  1. Modifications


GATE2BRAIN reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy in accordance with the applicable legislation at all times. Therefore, it is recommended that the user periodically review this Privacy Policy in order to be informed of the processing and protection of personal data, as well as the rights that assist them.

  1. Applicable legislation

This Policy will be governed and interpreted in accordance with Spanish legislation, as well as the resolution of any controversy or divergence related to this website. The use of the services of this website implies the express acceptance of the Spanish jurisdiction.

Date of last update: March 2021.