It is not obligatory to provide personal details. Users who do give their personal details have sole responsibility for the veracity and accuracy of those details, and the FIIAPP, public sector foundation, is entirely exonerated from any responsibility in this regard. Any personal data which the user of the website provides will be included in an automated file which is the property of the FIIAPP/Bridging the Gap and which will be treated in accordance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data.
Your personal data will be included in a treatment responsibility of FUNDACIÓN INTERNACIONAL Y PARA IBEROAMÉRICA Y POLÍTICAS PUBLICAS FSP in order to keep you informed about news or events related to the activity of the Foundation, cooperation, celebration of events and newsletters that may be of your interest by any means of contact, including electronic means.
The Foundation may use the services of third-party providers that are located outside the European Economic Area in countries that offer an adequate level of protection with companies that have joined the Privacy Shield-USA (Google Drive, Mailchimp), in any case, with such Companies have signed contracts that safeguard the security of personal data under the terms established in European regulations.
The legal basis that legitimates the treatment is your express consent. Your data will be kept indefinitely until you revoke the consent given or request cancellation/deletion of your data or opposition to treatment.
You can revoke the consent given with the simple notification of your will by sending a “unsubscribe” email to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, portability and limitation of the processing of your data by contacting the Data Protection Officer of FUNDACIÓN INTERNACIONAL Y PARA IBEROAMÉRICA Y POLÍTICAS PUBLICAS FSP with address at C / Beatriz de Bobadilla , 18 – 28040 Madrid (Spain) or sending your request to email@example.com, along with a copy of your DNI duly accrediting your identity. In any situation, you have the right to file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD).