The Institut Ramon Llull, CIF S0800063J, Avinguda Diagonal, 373, Barcelona (Postcode 08008), Tel. 934678000, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact the delegate for data protection (DPD) at email@example.com.
Detailed information about the processing of data of a personal nature
Who is responsible for data processing?
What is the aim of the processing of data of personal nature?
The Institute registers data in order to have a record of the people who, either personally or as the representative of juridical persons, receives information about its activities, services and initiatives. It enables the administration of such communications. This information can be sent by one or more channels of communication used by the Institute, such as the sending of texts by email, publications or messages to mobile devices.
How long is the data kept for?
Personal data is kept until the addressee expresses the wish to no longer receive such information. In the case of those who receive information on account of their condition as the representative of a juridical person, the data can be eliminated if this representation ceases to be effective.
What legitimates the processing of the data?
Data is subject to processing with the consent of the addressee to whom the information is sent and this consent can be withdrawn at any time. In such cases the data is eliminated immediately. In the case of people on the list of those who receive information on account of their condition as the representative of a juridical person, the data is processed in order to fulfil a mission carried out in the public interest, such as insuring the Institute's communications with other institutions.
Who receives the data?
Personal data is not shared with third parties without the prior consent of the person concerned and this consent must be formulated and expressed explicitly.
What are the existing rights concerning data processing?
Everyone has the right to obtain confirmation about whether the Institute is processing their personal data. In such cases, the person concerned has the right to know where that data was obtained from, should such data not have been provided directly, and the right to know how that data is used. In general terms the law recognises the rights of interested parties to access their data, request the correction of incorrect data and, if necessary, request their elimination when they are no longer necessary for the purpose for which such data was collected and there is no obligation to keep them. In the case of subscription to information channels or services, the elimination of data occurs immediately after having received such a request from the interested party. In certain circumstances the interested party may request a limitation upon the processing of their data, a right that provides them with control over such data, mainly in order to correct the inappropriate processing of the data, and to make claims in defence of their rights.
How can such rights be exercised and defended?
In writing to the Institut Ramon Llull, CIF S0800063J, Avinguda Diagonal, 373, Barcelona (Postcode 08008), Tel. 934678000, firstname.lastname@example.org, and by means of the generic request form available at: https://www.llull.cat/catala/seu_e/instancia_generica.cfm.
If anyone considers that their rights have not been appropriately respected, they may present a complaint to the Catalan Data Protection Authority: www.apd.cat.
The Institute's data protection delegate may be contacted at any time via email: email@example.com.
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