Personal data protection

Last update: 3/07/2023

The protection of natural persons in connection with the processing of their personal details is a fundamental right recognized in article 18.4 of the Spanish Constitution, article 8.1 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and article 16.1 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The Senate maintains a policy of the utmost respect for and compliance with the regulations on personal data protection. Pursuant to this commitment, the Senate guarantees for its citizens the confidential processing of their personal details in a legal, fair and transparent manner.

Personal details will be used for the purposes foreseen in the specific procedure or action, limited to those strictly necessary for the correct provision of the services in question.

The Senate has put in place the necessary security measures to prevent the alteration, loss, unauthorized access or processing of personal details, bearing in mind the state of the art and the nature of the personal data to be processed as well as the risks to which they are exposed.

The figure of the Data Protection Officer is introduced and the Inventory of Processing Activities, accessible by electronic means, is published.

All citizens will be able to exercise their rights to the protection of their personal details (rights to access, correct and cancel their data, limit processing, request portability and oppose the use of their details) by electronically submitting their requests.

If you fail to provide, or provide only partially, any obligatory personal details requested on a form might mean that the Senate is unable to provide you with the service you are requesting.

For further information about your rights related to the protection of personal details, you can consult the web site of the Spanish Data Protection Agency.



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