Data protection

Data protection is a fundamental right, as established by the Judgment 292/2000, on the 30th of November of 2000 the Constitutional Court, which seeks to protect the privacy and privacy of individuals, as opposed to violations that may result from the collection, storage and indiscriminate use of their personal data by legal persons.

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC (which  was transposed into LOPD ) and has been  designed to harmonize data privacy laws across the European Union.  GDPR has been established to protect all EU citizens and to renew the way organizations, independent professionals and public authorities must comply with the new legal requirements.

 

Benefits

  • Knowledge about company´s duties or obligations imposed by the GDPR
  • Development of mechanisms and standards to process personal data
  • Avoid of any sanction imposed by Spanish Data Protection Agency

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