EXERCISE OF RIGHTS ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL DATA:
If you want to exercise the rights that the data protection regulations grant you, please send an email to the firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying the right exercised and attaching a copy of your National Document of Identity (D.N.I.) or Passport.
The rights that you can exercise are:
– Access to data
– Correction of data
– Deletion of data
– Data portability
– Limitation of the processing
– Opposition to processing
– Not to be the subject of profiling
If you want to know in detail the meaning of these rights, please click on Read more.
Access to data right:
You are entitled to have the Person in charge inform you if your personal data are being processed or not, and in the event that the processing is confirmed, it will allow you to access it, providing you with the following information:
– The purpose of the processing.
– The categories of data processed.
– The term or criteria of conservation.
Correction of data right:
You will have the right to have the Person in charge rectify your data when it is inaccurate or incomplete, by means of an additional correction statement.
Deletion of data right:
The interested party will have the right to have the Responsible delete his data when:
– The treatment is unlawful.
– The interested party has withdrawn their consent.
– They are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or treated.
– The interested party has exercised the right of opposition and does not prevail other legitimate reasons for its treatment.
– The data must be suppressed to fulfill a legal obligation of the Person in charge.
The interested party will not have the right to have the Responsible suppress his data when the processing is needed:
– To exercise the freedom of expression and information right.
– To comply with a legal obligation of the Person in charge
– For the formulation, exercise or defense of claims.
– For public interest based on current legislation, for public health reasons or for historical, statistical or scientific research purposes.
Data portability right:
You will have the right to have the Person in charge transmit your data to another Person in charge of the treatment or to the interested party, through a standard structured and mechanical reading format, when the treatment is carried out by automated means and is based on:
– The consent of the interested party for specific purposes.
– The execution of a contract or pre-contract with the interested party.
Data portability right will not apply when:
– Transmission is technically impossible.
– It could adversely affect the rights and freedoms of third parties.
– The treatment has a public interest objective based on the current legislation.
Processing limit right:
The interested party will have the right to oppose the processing of their data carried out by the Person in charge for reasons related to their particular situation, when the processing is based on:
– Direct marketing
– The legitimate interest of the Person in charge or third parties, as long as the interests or rights and freedoms of the person concerned do not prevail, especially if they are children.
– Historical, statistical or scientific research, unless the processing is necessary for public interest reasons
Even if the interested party is opposed to the processing of their data, the Person in charge may continue to process them as long as the legitimate interest of the Responsible prevails over the interests or rights and freedoms of the interested party in a judicial procedure that justifies it.
The Responsible will have to inform the interested party of the right to oppose the processing of their data in an explicit, clear and separate way from any other information, at the time of the first communication.
Is the right not to carry out the processing of these or stop them when their consent for processing is not necessary, due to the concurrence of a legitimate and well-founded reason, referred to their particular personal situation, to justify it, and if no Law provide otherwise.
Right to not be the subject of profiling:
The interested party shall have the right of not being the subject of a profile preparation, the purpose of which is to adopt individual decisions based on an automated data processing and aimed to evaluate, analyse or predict the following personal aspects:
– Professional performance.
– Economic status.
– Preferences or personal interests.
– Location or movements of the person.
When profiling is based solely on automated processing:
– The interested party will have the right to be informed if the decision that can be taken can produce legal effects that affect him significantly.
– The interested party will have the right to obtain human intervention by the Responsible, to express its point of view and to challenge the decision, if the treatment has been authorized by means of:
o The explicit consent of the interested party.
o A contract between the Person in charge and the interested party.
The right to not be profiled will not be applied when the decision that can be taken as a result of it is authorized using:
– The explicit consent of the interested party.
– A contract between the Person in charge and the interested party.
– A processing based on current legislation.