DIDACTALIA Educación S.L., with NIF number B26513101 and address in Logroño, calle Piqueras nº 31, 4º (La Rioja), owner of the website www.didactalia.net, hereinafter DIDACTALIA, informs that:
a) guarantees the protection of personal data voluntarily provided by the user when communicating with DIDACTALIA:
b) treats the data it collects in accordance with the European Data Protection Regulation 679/2016, of April 27, hereinafter GDPR, and in accordance with the provisions of this policy, which is made public based on the principle of proactive responsibility and transparency in the information, and try to demonstrate the obtaining of the unequivocal consent of the interested party through it.
The personal data collected and processed by DIDACTALIA, through this website, fairs, contracts, conferences, newsletters, raffles, or other means, will be adequate, relevant and limited to those necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed.
In all cases, personal data will be kept in a way that allows the identification of the interested parties only for the time necessary for the purposes of the treatment. These conservation periods will only be extended when the purposes are scientific, historical or statistical research.
The legal or legitimation basis of the data processing of DIDACTALIA depends on the different processing activities, the type of the holders of the personal data and its purposes, thus we have as a basis of legitimation:
The interested party will respond, in any case, to the veracity of the data provided, reserving DIDACTALIA the right to exclude all false or illicit data, without prejudice to other actions that proceed in Law.
DIDACTALIA warns that, except for the existence of a legally constituted representation, no interested party may use the identity of another person and communicate their personal data, so at all times they must bear in mind that they must communicate personal data corresponding to their own identity and that are adequate, relevant, current, accurate and true. For these purposes, the interested party will be solely responsible for any direct and / or indirect damage caused to third parties or to DIDACTALIA due to the use of another person's personal data, or their own personal data when they are false, erroneous, not current, inappropriate or impertinent. Likewise, the person who communicates the personal data of a third party, will respond to the latter for the information obligation established in the RGPD for when the personal data has not been collected from the interested party, and / or the consequences of not having informed him.
The use of the services offered by DIDACTALIA to minors must have been previously authorized by their parents, guardians or legal representatives since they are considered responsible for the acts carried out by the minors under their care.
Assignments: DIDACTALIA only transfers personal data to third parties to meet their contractual or legal obligations of the service, with providers or public or private organizations. The owner consents in these cases to said assignments, and by exercising his rights, he can obtain information about them.
International Transfers: DIDACTALIA communicates that in the development of its activity it uses the services of providers to whom it communicates data (such as those in charge of treatment) with domicile outside the European Economic Area, carrying out an international transfer of data. Here are the providers and their privacy policies:
In addition, you are hereby informed that said providers participate in the EU-US Privacy Shield; please consult the guide on the EU-US Privacy Shield provided by the AEPD (Spanish Agency for Data Protection).
The user can at any time exercise the recognized rights over their personal data, as well as the revocation of consent for the aforementioned uses, through written communication with the request or right that they exercise addressed to the address of DID or electronically through the Email email@example.com including in both cases a photocopy of your ID or other similar identification document of identity. The recognized rights that you can exercise are the following:
For more information on the exercise of these rights, please consult la guía del ciudadano (Spanish) published by the AEPD.
If you believe the processing of your personal data breaches regulatory standards, you may file a claim:
The personal information provided or collected from users and whose manager is DIDACTALIA is structured in files, automated or not, and DIDACTALIA makes a record of treatment activities in accordance with current regulations.
In addition, in each data processing, DIDACTALIA establishes the appropriate technical and organizational measures that guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, availability, and resilience of the data included in a treatment and that are necessary to guarantee its adequate security, including protection against unauthorized processing. or illicit and against loss, destruction or accidental damage, and that tend to:
In those cases in which DIDACTALIA processes personal data whose responsibility and ownership belongs to its clients and acts as the person in charge of the treatment in accordance with the provisions of current regulations regulates such situation as follows:
PURPOSE OF THE ORDER is the management of the platform and the resources included in it. The purpose of the order of treatment, the category of data affected, category of users, types of treatment, legitimacy, security measures adopted and other provisions necessary for the proper order are specifically set out in an addendum below.
OBLIGATIONS OF THE PROCESSOR: The person in charge of the treatment undertakes to:
OBLIGATIONS OF THE DATA CONTROLLER: Corresponds to the data controller:
Responsible for the Treatment: the teacher with class in DIDACTALIA.
Responsible for the Treatment: DIDACTALIA Educación S.L., with NIF number B26513101 and address in Logroño, calle piqueras nº 31, 4º (La Rioja).
Purpose of the Treatment: consists of managing the computer application, its content and its maintenance, and for a continuous improvement of the usability of the platform, usage statistics, evolution graphs and use of artificial intelligence.
Legal Basis of the Treatment: execution of the contract, legitimate interest of the person in charge and consent of the interested party, although in these cases the responsibility for offering information to the user and obtaining the consent of it falls on the person responsible for the treatment.
Categories of interested parties: Students and father, mother, legal guardian of the student in case of being a minor.
Treatments to be carried out with the personal data collected: registration, organization and structuring, conservation and use.
Information Supply Channels: through the website or application
Data to be processed by the Manager:
Data conservation period: the data will be kept as long as the person in charge remains as a user within DIDACTALIA.
International Data Transfers: Didactalia, as an auxiliary to the management of its platform, uses services from providers that are outside the European Economic Area considered as international transfers; currently they are Google, Mailchimp, Sendinblue, Microsoft, all of them covered by the privacyshield.
Subcontracting: They do not occur. However, in the event that part of the entrusted services needs to be subcontracted, that established in current regulations will be taken into account and trying to ensure that the sub-manager meets at least the same requirements as the manager.
Assignment or communication of data by the Person in Charge of Treatment: The Person in Charge of Treatment transfers data to third parties, to the provider that provides hosting services for the service, having verified their security measures.
Security Measures: The Data Controller adopts the security measures (technical and organizational) that are indicated in the treatment of the data of the person in charge:
DIDACTALIA is constantly changing, as are its texts and policies; for this reason, we will publish the changes that may be carried out during the development of the project. We will publish it in an easily locatable place, so that at all times you know what information we collect and use.
We recommend that you frequently review these documents. If we make any important changes to this policy, we will make them public here, either by sending an email to your contact account or, also, by means of a publication on the home page.
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