The Secretary of State for Global Spain (henceforth, “España Global”) undertakes to comply with the applicable personal data protection regulations. With this in mind, in application of (EU) Regulation 2016/679 issued by the European Parliament and Council on 27 April 2016 pertaining to the protection of individuals as regards personal data processing and the free movement of these data, repealing EC Directive 95/46 (henceforth, the General Data Protection Regulation or “GDPR”), Act 3/2018, Organic Act on Personal Data Protection and the Guarantee of Digital Rights, as well as the implementing regulation deriving from the above, we would like to inform you, about certain aspects concerning the processing of your data which we will carry out as a result of your browsing our website, as well as the rights you have.

Who is your data controller?

The data controller shall be the Secretary of State for Global Spain (Serrano Galvache , 26, Torre Norte).

The contact e-mail is [email protected]

To ensure proper compliance with data protection regulations, a Data Protection Delegate or Officer (DPD or DPO) has been designated who shall carry out duties throughout the environment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation (henceforth, MAUC). You can get in touch with him/her at the e-mail address [email protected]

How did we obtain your data?

The data processed in the context of España Global have been obtained from you yourself from the different forms you have completed whilst browsing the website.

Why are we processing the data and on what authority?

According to the applicable regulations, the processing is based on your specific consent granted at the time we received the personal data that you provided us with of your own free will through the mechanisms provided at the website.

The processing of your personal data serves the purpose of the management, rendering, extension and improvement of services to the user, the management of the information supplied for job vacancies, the dissemination of information about Global Spain and the monitoring of the enquiries made by users.

How is Global Spain authorised to process your data?

The basis for processing your personal data is the development and implementation of the relationship formalised with you which is detailed in the present Policy, your consent and compliance with the legal obligations of Global Spain.

What type of data do we process?

The personal data processed at España Global are those that you provided us with on the relevant forms we use to offer you our services. By way of example, these data may include your name, surnames, DNI (Spanish ID card number), address or contact e-mail.

Who do we pass your data on to?

The personal data processed by Global Spain to achieve the purposes detailed above and provide the right service to citizens may be communicated to other Public Administration Bodies.

How long shall we keep your data for?

Personal data shall be kept for as long as you do not revoke your consent to processing. In any case, we hereby inform you that Global Spain carries out personal data erasure procedures in line with the retention timeframes laid down by law.

What are your rights?

Data protection regulations grant you a series of rights pertaining to your personal data which you may exercise during the processing thereof. Said rights are those set out below:

  • Right of access: To ascertain what type of data are being processed in Global Spain and the processing characteristics to which they are subject.
  • Right to rectification: Being able to request the modification of your data as the latter are inaccurate or out-of-date.
  • Right to portability: Being able to obtain a copy in an interoperable format of the data being processed, with a view to providing them to another data controller.
  • Right to restriction of processing: Being able to restrict the processing of your data, provided that said request is covered by those cases set out in the applicable regulations.
  • Right to cancellation: To request the erasure of your data when the processing no longer proves necessary.
  • Right to object: To request the cessation of the sending of informative communications under the terms set out above.
  • Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;in Spain, this entity is the Spanish Data Protection Agency (or AEPD).

These rights may be exercised by post or e-mail through the contact data stated at the start of the present clause, proving your identity as the subject of the data with regard to which you are making the request or vis-à-vis any of those places determined in article 16.4 of Act 39 enacted on 1st October 2015 regarding the Common Administrative Procedure for Public Administrations.