How can personal data be collected?

How can personal data be collected?


In order to shorten the loading time of our online presence, we also use a so-called Content Delivery Network (“CDN”), in which the website is delivered via the web server of a CDN provider who works for us in the context of order processing. Access data is also collected correspondingly on the provider’s web servers.

In these cases, we collect and process the data provided by you for the purpose of executing the relevant contract, e.g. to conduct a placement test with respect to your language courses or a language course including a subsequent examination, and to process your inquiries in accordance with Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1(b) GDPR. Insofar as you have expressly consented to the processing of special categories of data in accordance with Article 9, paragraph 2, subparagraph a of the GDPR, we will collect your health data (e.g. allergies) exclusively for the purpose that was communicated to you when you gave your consent.

When can personal data be processed?

A legitimate interest in processing personal data may be claimed, provided that the interests or the rights and freedoms of the data subject do not override such legitimate interest. Frequent examples of this legitimate interest are when the data subject is a customer or is in the service of the controller, or for direct marketing purposes.

Who can have my personal data?

Personal data are always yours, but sometimes it is necessary to provide them to others in order to carry out a procedure, buy a product or contract a service. In a common way, both individuals (doctors, banks, hotels, cell phone companies, insurance companies, etc.) and companies that provide personal data to others (such as banks, banks, hotels, cell phone companies, insurance companies, etc.)

What are the personal data?

Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, an identifiable person being any person whose identity can be determined by means of an identifier (e.g., a name, an identification number, location data or an identifier in a …

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Personal data

In the processing of employee data, there is a document or employment contract in which the rights and obligations of the parties can be reflected and the employee can be informed, and where the consent of the employee is not required under art. 6.2 of the LOPD.

Unlike the data processing of personnel files, in the file of candidates, it is necessary to comply with the duties of information and consent marked by the data protection regulations, as well as the need to generate a document where they are included and allow us to prove their compliance.

As we have mentioned above, it is essential to always keep in mind the duty of information of article 5 of the LOPD, before collecting any type of data from the candidate:

Therefore, before proceeding to collect data from candidates or potential workers, it must be clear to the recruitment or HR department what information is needed, the purpose for which we are going to use it and who is going to be the recipient of such information, since all these extremes (along with the other statements) must be reported to the owner of the data at the time of collection.

What personal data is collected in the DNI version 40?

Identification data: DNI/NIE/passport/, or equivalent. Personal data: date, place and country of birth, sex, nationality, administrative situation, educational level and marital status.

What personal data are protected?

Specially protected data

Ideology, trade union membership, religion, beliefs, racial or ethnic origin, health, sex life, genetic and biometric data (Art. 9 of the GDPR) as well as data relating to criminal convictions and offenses (Art. 10 of the GDPR).

What rules regulate the protection of personal data?

The fundamental right of individuals to the protection of personal data, protected by Article 18.4 of the Constitution, shall be exercised in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and this organic law.

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Name and surname personal data

Pursuant to the provisions of the aforementioned Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, 2004, Order INT/3764/2004, of November 11, 2004, published in the Official State Gazette no. 277, of November 17, 2004, proceeded to the adaptation of the computer files of the Ministry of the Interior containing personal data, among which are described and regulated those that are the responsibility of different Management Centers of the aforementioned Department.

Subsequent to the entry into force of the aforementioned Order INT/3764/2004, of November 11, and due to the numerous changes in the organizational structure of the Ministry, the introduction of new data files has been carried out, on occasions, through the enactment of new autonomous Orders for the creation of files. This means that, at present, we find ourselves with a multiplicity of regulations dealing with the same subject matter.

On the other hand, on the occasion of the entry into force of Royal Decree 1720/2007, of December 21, approving the Regulation implementing Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, on the Protection of Personal Data, it is appropriate to complete the content required by article 54 of said Regulation with respect to the different Orders for the creation and modification of files of the Ministry of the Interior.

Who is responsible for the personal data?

The controller of personal data is the natural or legal person or public authority with the task of deciding on the processing of personal data of data subjects, for which purpose it must determine the purposes (for what?) and the means (how?) of such processing.

What happens if someone shares my personal data?

If the individual or legal entity discloses this data, it may be subject to a fine of up to 25 million pesos, and if it also violates a database and profits from this information or treats such information by deceiving or misleading the owner, it may also be subject to a criminal penalty of up to five years in prison, which may include a …

Who defends my personal data in case it is violated?

Institute for Transparency, Access to Public Information, Protection of Personal Data and Accountability of Mexico City.

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Personal data protection spain

In this regard, it is necessary to point out that the data collected, although they are related to the control of the pandemic and their processing is for the purpose of identifying possible infected persons, are not data classified in the RGPD as “special categories”.

In order to implement the registration of customers who go to entertainment venues, being a measure for the containment of the coronavirus, the need for it must be accredited by the health authorities and it must be mandatory, since if it were voluntary it would lose effectiveness. Additionally, if the legal basis of consent were to be used, in order to be able to appreciate free consent, it would be necessary that no negative consequences were derived, that is to say, that entry to the establishment was not prevented.

For this purpose, special emphasis should be placed on the need to justify that there are no other more moderate measures to achieve the intended purpose with equal effectiveness. For this reason, they should be well identified and limited to those places where it is more difficult to comply with these measures (a discotheque, where people want to be close, is not the same as a museum, where suitable spaces can be provided for people to circulate and contacts can be severely limited). To this end, the health authorities should be the ones to make a reasoned assessment of the places where it would be mandatory to identify oneself.

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