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Information updated on 26-07-2022

Protection of Personal Data

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The Data Protection Officer is the person appointed by the data controller in charge of monitoring compliance with the rules on the protection of personal data at the Constitutional Court (Article 34 of Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December, on the protection of personal data and the guarantee of digital rights, and Article 37 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data).

The Data Protection Officer is responsible for informing and advising the General Secretariat, which acts as data controller, on all matters relating to the protection of data processed by the Constitutional Court, as well as any other functions entrusted to it by Organic Law 3/2018 and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (Article 5(2) of the Agreement by the Plenary of the Constitutional Court of 18 February 2021, on the processing of personal data and Article 4(2) of the Internal Regulations of the General Secretariat of the Constitutional Court dated 3 March 2021, on the processing of personal data).

His or her appointment shall be made by the President of the Constitutional Court on the proposal of the Secretary General (Article 4(3) of the Internal Regulations of the General Secretariat of the Constitutional Court of 3 March 2021). By decision of the Presidency of the Constitutional Court of 10 April 2018, Mr. Herminio Losada González is appointed Data Protection Officer of the Court.

Decision of the Presidency of the Constitutional Court of 10 April 2018 appointing Mr. Herminio Losada González as Data Protection Officer with regard to the processing of personal data.

 Privacy Policy and Rights Relating to the Protection of Personal Data

The protection of natural persons in relation to the processing of personal data is a fundamental right recognised in Articles 18(4) of the Spanish Constitution, 8(1) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and 16(1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The Constitutional Court maintains a policy of full respect for and compliance with the regulations on the protection of personal data. Under this commitment, the Constitutional Court assures citizens that it treats processes their personal data in a confidential, lawful, transparent and fair manner.

Personal data will be used for the purposes foreseen in the respective processing, limited to those strictly necessary for the proper exercise of the Constitutional Court's functions.

The Constitutional Tribunal has the necessary security measures in place to prevent the alteration, loss, processing or unauthorised access to personal data, taking into account the state of technology and the nature of the personal data processed and the risks to which they are exposed.

The natural persons whose personal data are processed by the Constitutional Court may exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of processing and objection, free of charge and in person or through a representative, before the General Secretariat of the Constitutional Court (Calle Domenico Scarlatti, 6 - 28003 Madrid).

In order to exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of processing and objection, a request must be sent to the General Secretariat of the Constitutional Court with the name and surname of the data subject, the request being made, address for notification purposes, date and signature. Such request shall include a photocopy of their national identity document (passport or other valid identification document) and the documents accrediting the request made, where appropriate. Likewise, in the event that representation has been granted, the application shall be include a photocopy of the representative's national identity document (passport or other valid identification document) and of the document accrediting the representation.

The application may be submitted in writing to the registry of the Constitutional Court or through the electronic form available for this purpose on the Court's website (data protection section).



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