Terms and conditions of use
Responsible for treatment
The person in charge of the treatments carried out is Torrelles City Council, with its Town Hall Square, 1, 08629 Torrelles (Barcelona). Telephone: 93 689 00 00 Web: www.torrelles.cat
The purpose of the data processing corresponds to each of the processing activities carried out by the City Council and which will be accessible in the register of processing activities.
The processing of your data is carried out for the fulfillment of legal obligations by the City Council, of functions carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of public powers granted to it. In cases where the purpose of the treatment requires your consent, it must be provided by means of a clear affirmative action. You can consult the legal basis for each of the treatment activities carried out by the City Council in the register of treatment activities.
The personal data provided will be kept for the time necessary to comply with the purpose for which it is collected and to determine the possible responsibilities that may arise from the purpose, in addition to the periods established in the regulations on archives and documentation.
In general, personal data will not be communicated to third parties, except by legal obligation.
You can consult the recipients for each of the treatment activities carried out by the City Council in the register of treatment activities.
Data protection delegate
The Data Protection Officer (DPD) is the guarantor of compliance with data protection regulations in the City Council, which is responsible for independently supervising the application of compliance with data protection regulations. .
Where is the Data Protection Officer (DPD) regulated?
The figure of the data protection officer is regulated in Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council (RGPD) of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC.
What are the functions of the Data Protection Officer (DPD)?
Article 39 of the RGPD includes the functions of the data protection delegate, which are as follows:
- Inform and advise of their obligations to the controller or controller and the employees involved in the processing, in accordance with this Regulation and other data protection provisions of the Union or the Member States.
- Supervise compliance with the provisions of this Regulation, other data protection provisions of the Union or the Member States and the policies of the controller or controller of personal data protection, including the assignment of responsibilities, awareness and training of staff involved in treatment operations and corresponding audits.
- Provide the advice requested on the data protection impact assessment and monitor its application, in accordance with Article 35.
- Cooperate with the control authority.
- Act as a contact point for the supervisory authority for matters relating to processing, including prior consultation referred to in Article 36, and consult, as appropriate, on any other matter.
Rights of interested persons
The City Council, through different systems for collecting information in paper or electronic format (instances, forms, etc.), requests personal data from users, in order to manage their request in accordance with current data protection regulations.
The person concerned may exercise the following rights:
- Right to be informed: Inform in a concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible way, with clear and simple language.
- Right of access: Know if personal data of the interested person is processed and access to this data and obtain information.
- Right of rectification: Rectify inaccurate personal data and complete incomplete personal data.
- Right of deletion (right to be forgotten): Delete personal data.
- Right of opposition: Oppose the processing of personal data.
- Right to limit the processing: Mark the personal data retained, in order to limit future processing.
Indications for the exercise of these rights:
- It is required to fill in a general application form and deliver it in person to any citizen service office of the city council together with a photocopy of the DNI.
- In the rights of rectification, deletion or opposition, in order to avoid unwanted changes that could endanger any right of the same person concerned, it is necessary to clearly indicate the data affected.
The City Council will refuse, with reasons, requests for the exercise of rights of cancellation or opposition, in any of the following cases:
- A law requires the processing of data.
- The data is necessary for administrative actions aimed at ensuring compliance with tax obligations.
- The person affected is subject to inspection.
When exercising one of these rights over photographs or images captured by cameras, the following must be taken into account:
- The photograph of the person exercising the right must be added and the place, date and approximate time interval must be specified in bands not exceeding two hours.
- To clarify any questions, it is recommended to indicate a contact telephone number or e-mail address.
- In some cases, it may be materially impossible to satisfy the right of access. For example, cameras that view images but do not record them, images that have already been deleted, or shots where physical identification is not possible.