Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Workshop Privacy Policy

Revised on 12/11/2020

Please read this privacy policy carefully so that you fully understand how we collect, use and store information about you. In case you accept this privacy policy, we assume that you understand and agree with its conditions. We may update this privacy policy occasionally, so please kindly visit our website to always find the latest version, and rest assured we will contact you in case there are important changes.

1. Introduction

Asociacion de Usuarios de Internet is a public university, with registered address Apdo postal 29136, 28080 Madrid (further as ‘the Data Controller’ or ‘we’) protects your information and your privacy and processes your personal data (further as ‘data’) following the requirements provided by the relevant laws.

This privacy policy (further as ‘the Privacy Policy’) describes how do we process your data in the context of the workshop organised on 25th November 2020 (further as the workshop).

In case you would have any questions or concerns, you will find our contacts as well as the contacts of the data protection officer and the supervisory authority below.

2. Which data do we process, why and for how long?

Why do we process data Which data do we process Why are we allowed to process your data For how long we keep it
We process your data to be able to remind you about the workshop and its details via email, in order for you to be able to attend the workshop. Name, e-mail address, organisation. We are allowed to process it on the basis of legitimate interests, Art. 6(1)(f) of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation. Up to 1 hour after the end of the workshop.

Please note that the answers that you provide during the workshop will automatically become anonymous after we delete your personal data. By accepting this privacy policy you agree that the anonymised answers will be used for research purposes.
Please note that you are fully responsible for any data that you would provide outside the registration including the data that you would post during the workshop, e.g. during the interactive session.

3. Do you have an obligation to provide your data?
You have no obligation to provide your data, however without having your data we will not be able to remind you about the workshop.

4. Is your data shared with anyone else?
No, we do not share your data with any third parties. We will not disclose your data to any third parties without obtaining your prior explicit consent unless that would be necessary and permitted by law. For example, we may share your data to courts and other institutions or subjects in case it is required by law.

5. How do we secure your data?
We host the website in our premises, and we manage it ourselves. We do not use any third-party cookies and services.

We take appropriate administrative, technical and organisational measures against unauthorized or unlawful processing of any data or its accidental loss, destruction or damage, access, disclosure or use.

In the event of and following discovery or notification of a breach of the security of the data, or access by an unauthorised person, we will notify you in case the breach is likely to affect your privacy.

6. What are your rights?
You can ask us whether we process any data of yours and, if yes, you can request access to that data.

You can ask us to correct the inaccurate data about you.

You can ask us to delete the data about you and the data shall be deleted in case there are no legal bases for us to process it.

You can ask us to restrict the processing of your data (i) in case you contest the accuracy of the data, (ii) in case the processing is unlawful and you oppose the erasure of it, (iii) in case we no longer need the data but they are required by you for the legal claims, or (iv) in case you have objected to the processing pursuant to Art. 21(1) of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation pending the verification whether our legitimate grounds override those of yours.

You can object the processing of your data.

You have a right to complain to a supervisory authority (please kindly find contacts below) and to seek a judicial remedy.

The Spanish Data Protection Authority
C/ Jorge Juan, 6. 28001 - Madrid
Tel. 901 100 099 - 912 663 517

If you have any questions or complaints with regard to processing of your data, please send an email to the contact person of our data protection officer team:
Miguel Pérez Subías

Data Controller
Asociacion de Usuarios de Internet, a non profit association, with registered address at Apdo postal 29136, 28080 Madrid
Email: dpo@aui