Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the european parliament and of the council of 27 april 2016, relating to the protection of individuals with regard to the treatment of personal data and the free movement of such data and repealing directive 95/46/ec (General regulations on data protection - RGPD).

Access to the Rules Of Procedure

Organic law 3/2018, of 5 december on Personal data protection and guarantee of the digital rights.

Access to Organic Law

Legitimation or legal basis

The right of the processing of personal data you provide through this website or forms that since it provided it can be based on the different causes taxed in article 6 of the RGPD. In general, the activities of processing of personal data are made for the fulfilment of legal obligations, for the performance of missions carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of public powers conferred on the Legal Studies centre, or because You have given their consent by a clear affirmative action.

Purpose and conservation

The treatment of personal data shall be limited to the bare minimum for the purpose for which they were requested. The personal data provided will be retained for the time required to comply with the purpose for which have been sought and to determine possible responsibilities which might result from such a purpose and data processing. Apply as provided by the archive and documentary heritage english. It is up to you the updating of their own data; centre for legal studies will not be liable for its inaccuracy if do not communicate changes that have been produced.

Exercise of Rights

The laws for protection of personal data will permit exercise to the organ responsible for the treatment of their rights to access, rectification, opposition, deletion "right to oblivion", limitation of treatment, portability and not to be subject to decisions solely in the automated treatment of your data, as provided for in articles 15 to 22 of RGPD. Please refer to the commissioner responsible for electronic Treatment ( If there is now in agreement with the answer given to her claim, can complain to the Spanish data protection agency. C/Jorge Juan, 6. 28001. Madrid. Before a complaint made to the AEPD, please refer to the delegate of data protection.

Delegates of data protection (DPD)

The legal studies centre has designated the person who shall serve as a delegate/delegate of data protection (DPD) to monitor the implementation of this policy in the area of the department (, Juan del Rosal, 2, 28071 Madrid)

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