1. Responsible Party information.
In compliance with provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation 679/2016, the Constitutional Law 15/1999, governing Personal Data Protection (henceforth “LOPD”), Law 34/2002 of 11 July concerning the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services, and all other applicable regulations, we inform you that the Party Responsible for the data handling process following use of the website https//fundacionaudeo.org/, is:
|Company name:||FUNDACIÓN AUDEO|
|Corporate Tax Number:||G-05428099|
|Registered address:||Calle Saliente 128, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid, 28223.|
|Telephone number:||699 234 803|
In the Foundation, we pledge to keep the personal information that you provide to us completely secure and private and protect it from loss, robbery, destruction, manipulation and unauthorized access. To that end, we will implement the security measures set forth in current legislation and all those made possible by our resources and modern technology. We would bear in mind that, in many cases, it is absolutely imperative that you facilitate the information requested in order to fully profit from the benefits of our website.
3. Scope of application.
This Policy is applicable to all Users of the services of our website, regardless of the location and time at which they operate.
4. Data requested from Users.
Through our website we may request basic information via our contact form such as your full name, address, and telephone number. There is also a space where you may communicate your questions, requests, complaints or suggestions to us. We may also use data collected via cookies, as explained in further detail in our Cookies Policy.
5. Purpose of data processing.
The purposes for which we request or automatically collect data are as follows:
I. For the purposes and with the legitimacy indicated in each of the personal data collection forms that the Foundation uses by any written means or through the Website.
II. Manage and solve your questions, complaints, suggestions, and grievances.
III. Make an appointment if requested by filling out an online form.
IV. Properly manage the website.
V. Facilitate navigation and guide your preferences.
VI. Ensure the safety of users.
VII. Verify, in certain cases, the accuracy of data provided.
VIII. Collaborate with law enforcement or other state authorities, as well the legal systems of any country that may, via legal channels, request information and/or our collaboration in order to prevent fraud, money laundering and/or any other offense of any kind.
The User explicitly authorises the Foundation to hire services – related to browsing, hosting, and web development, as well as services requested via the online form – either fully or partially from third parties as deemed appropriate for proper performance of such services. In this case, the Foundation is required to sign a contract with the outsourced third party that sets forth the obligations that it must meet with regards to the protection of personal data. In particular, they must comply with the same data protection requirements as agreed upon by the Foundation and its Users, as well as providing sufficient guarantees of application of appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure that data treatment complies with current legislation.
The Foundation will carefully choose its suppliers by implementing regulatory verification and compliance mechanisms in order to minimise, as much as possible, risks that might affect the security of any data to which third parties may have access.
7. The Rights of Users.
The LOPD sets forth a set of basic rights to protect the people whose data are being processed. This section provides information regarding how to exercise your rights as a User, with regards to your personal data. All the rights mentioned as follows may be exercised by sending your request via email, as indicated in Section 1, accompanied by a copy of your Official Identity Card. Please bear in mind that we may request further information to verify your identity prior to handling your request.
I. Right to access:
The right to access allows the User to find out and obtain, cost free, information regarding his/her data of a personal nature that is being processed. You may ask us to tell you what personal data about you we are retaining.
II. Right of correction:
This right involves being able to correct errors, modify data that turns out to be inaccurate or incomplete and guarantee the truth of any information subject to processing. You should inform us of any change in your data and are responsible for updating your information.
III. Right of cancellation (forget or eliminate):
The right to forget allows data that turns out to be inadequate or excessive to be eliminated, without affecting the duty of blocking, as per the LOPD.
IV. Right to object:
The right to object is the User’s right to decide that his/her personal data will not be processed or that any such processing for certain purposes will be halted. He/she may object to processing of his/her data, indicating to which specific usages he/she is opposed.
V. Right to Portability:
The right to portability allows Users to request a copy of their personal information in a structured, machine readable and standard structured format.
The User has the right to revoke consent to the processing of their personal data at any time, without prejudice to the legality of the processing of personal data carried out before their consent has been revoked.
He also has the right to file a claim with the Control Authority (www.aepd.es) if he considers that the treatment does not comply with current regulations.
8. Security measures.
When processing your personal information we apply appropriate security measures in accordance with the type of data, technological advances and our physical and legal resources. Our objective is to prevent the access of non-authorised third parties, as well as the robbery, loss or disclosure of your personal information:
— CBackup copies to avoid the loss of the information received.
— Minimization of data, we will request those unthinkable data to manage the contest.
— Only the personnel who require it for their functions will access your data, after signing the corresponding confidentiality clause.
— Training and awareness of staff to warn them about risks and security measures.
However, the user must know and take notice that the Internet is not a totally secure environment. Therefore, even though we implement all possible security measures the risk of incidents related to personal information are never totally eliminated. As a result, we request that if you detect an incident or see any signs that your information may be at risk that you contact us so that we can investigate the situation and come up with solutions.
10. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction.
In the event that any of its provisions are held to be invalid or unenforceable under the applicable law or as a result of an administrative or judicial decision, said nullity or inapplicability will not cause this Policy as a whole to be considered invalid or unenforceable. In such cases, the Foundation will modify or substitute that provision for another that is valid and enforceable and that, to the extent possible, meets the objective or goal reflected in the original provision.