|BASIC INFORMATION ON DATA PROTECTION|
|Responsible||OPEN CLASSROOM, SA|
|Purpose||Management of the institution: users and services via the web.|
Provide information about products and services.
Remission of commercial communications.
|Legitimation||Consent of the interested party.|
|Recipients||No data will be transferred to third parties.|
|Rights||Rights of Access, Rectification and Deletion, Limitation of treatment, Portability, as well as other rights detailed in the additional information on protection of personal data|
Organic Law 3/2018 of December 5 on the protection of personal data and guarantee of digital rights has adapted European Regulation 2016/679 of April 27 to our internal law.
This legislation is mandatory for all public administrations and private companies when, in the development of their activity, they use or process personal data. The Law informs about the rights of the citizen who owns the data, defines and qualifies the different types of data and their quality dictates the rules on data processing, determines the appointment of the Data Protection Officer and defines the security measures. that must be implemented to guarantee their safety.
Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
Identity: OPEN CLASSROOM, SA
Postal Address: Calle Recoletos 22. Madrid CP. 28001
Contact: data email@example.com
How do we obtain your personal data?
By "personal data" we understand any data and information that allows us to identify you, such as your name, contact information, payment information and information about your access to our website.
We may obtain your personal data when you request information about our university degrees, when you use our site or when you contact us.
Specifically, we collect your personal data:
- Every time you contact us to request information about our services.
- When you start the application for enrollment in any degree from our University.
- When you exchange communications with us either by letter, email, chat service, calls or social networks.
- When you access our website.
Additionally, we can obtain personal data concerning you from other sources such as other Public Administrations: Ministry of the branch, other Universities and secondary education institutions, state and regional Treasury services.
We may also obtain personal data from entities in other countries as a result of the application of exchange programs.
What information can we obtain about you?
The following types of data may be collected:
Contact Information: Name, address, email address, telephone number, passport number and information or other recognized personal identification document and credit/debit card information or other payment information.
Information about the use of our website:
Communications that you exchange with us or direct us by letter, email, chat service, calls and social networks.
Information you provide us about your preferences in relation to a better provision of the service.
What do we use your personal data for?
We treat your data in order to carry out:
– The registration procedures and subsequent enrollment in the studies of this University.
- The tasks of administrative and academic management of the files.
- The processing of files for granting scholarships and financial aid.
- The offer of these academic services.
- The management of teaching and carrying out teaching activities.
- Management of events and summer courses.
- Management of external practices.
- Preparation of qualification and evaluation documents.
– The preparation of certifications, the issuance of titles and complementary documents.
All this, both in face-to-face format and through the web.
In the event that you are a student enrolled in External Practices, Final Degree Project and Academic Recognition of credits, your data will be processed for the purpose of processing, monitoring and administrative and academic management of said files.
The data will be processed and kept for as long as they are necessary to be able to provide the academic and other services described and satisfy the purposes indicated above.
How do we keep your data protected?
Those responsible and managers will determine the appropriate technical and organizational measures that must be applied in order to guarantee and prove that the treatment is in accordance with Organic Law 3/2018 of December 5 on the Protection of Personal Data and guarantee of digital rights, and others. applicable regulations. Likewise, they will assess whether the impact assessment on data protection is appropriate.
RIGHTS OF INTERESTED PARTIES
You can request information about the personal data we are treating and its rectification in the event that they are inaccurate. In addition, you could request the deletion when the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected. In this case, you must take into account that the files cannot be canceled on many occasions because their maintenance is necessary to be able to comply with the obligations imposed by the Law and to be able to satisfy your requests for information, certificates, titles and others.
You can exercise these rights by means of a request or message to the address Data Protection@taiarts.com
Next, we offer you in electronic format accesses and links on legislation on Data Protection:
The Universities of the Community of Madrid, as institutions that use personal data, have the obligations that, in terms of data protection, are determined by current legislation. The most relevant are the following:
- Declare the personal data files, both computerized and manual, that they use to exercise their powers, and communicate them to the File Registries of the Data Protection Agency of the Community of Madrid and the Spanish Data Protection Agency, All this before starting the processing of personal data and carrying out said treatment in accordance with the declaration of the files and the legislation on the protection of personal data.
(Note: the files used by private universities in the Community of Madrid must be registered exclusively in the General Data Protection Registry of the Spanish Data Protection Agency).
- Collect and properly process the data. The forms, or any other element or procedure used for the collection of personal data, must be adapted to the principle of quality, that is, they must not include excessive or unnecessary data for the purpose pursued.
- Facilitate people who request it to exercise their rights of access, rectification, and cancellation of their own data, when appropriate, and completely free of charge:
- Access: inform the interested parties who request it, within a maximum period of one month, about the data that the university has about them, what their origin is (for example, if they have been obtained through a form filled out by them or have been transferred by the Autonomous Community or the General State Administration) and if they have been communicated to any other institution or body outside the University itself.
- Rectification: at the request of the interested party, rectify those of their data that are incomplete or inaccurate, within a maximum period of 10 days.
- Cancellation: cancel the data of the people who request it when their treatment does not comply with the law within a maximum period of 10 days (for example, when data is being processed without the file having been approved by means of the corresponding general provision ).