Who is responsible for the treatment?
The person in charge of the treatments carried out is the CENTER OF FOREST SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF CATALONIA, based in Ctra. of St. Llorenç de Morunys, km 2 (direction Port del Comte), 25280 Solsona Tel. (+34) 973 48 17 52.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The processing of personal data in the field of CTFC is carried out in various ways and environments, and in all cases the requirements imposed by personal data protection regulations are taken into account.
Who is the data protection officer?
The data protection officer is responsible for ensuring that the CTFC correctly complies with data protection regulations. You can contact them by sending an email to email@example.com .
What is the legitimacy or legal basis?
The processing of the personal data carried out by the CTFC is necessary, whether for the fulfillment of legal obligations imposed, for the fulfillment of missions carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of public powers granted.
The legitimacy of the treatment may also be based on the consent of the person concerned, which in such a case must be given by means of a clear affirmative action and which may be withdrawn at any time.
How long is personal data kept?
Personal data will be kept as long as is necessary for the fulfillment of the purpose pursued in each processing activity. In any case, in determining the retention period, the provisions of the archives and document management regulations are considered.
Are personal data communicated to third parties?
The personal data processed by the CTFC in general are not communicated to third parties, except for the assignments that are necessary for the fulfillment of the purposes pursued, those that are imposed by law, such as any communications to meet requirements made by authorities and judicial bodies.
Sometimes the CTFC goes to third parties for the provision of services. When the provision of these services involves access to personal data by these third parties, the CTFC formalizes contracts or agreements with the contents required by data protection regulations.
What are the rights of the people concerned?
When personal data is collected, either directly from the persons concerned or indirectly, the CTFC makes available to these persons all the information required by data protection regulations.
In relation to the processing of your data, all persons have the right to obtain information on whether the CTFC is processing them. If they are processed, people have the right to access the data subject to processing.
Individuals also have the right to request the rectification of inaccurate or incomplete data, as well as to request their deletion (right to be forgotten) in certain cases, such as when they are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they had been collected.
They may also request a limitation on the processing of data in certain cases. If this right applies, the personal data retained are marked, in order to limit their processing in the future. Thus, the limitation of processing implies that, at the request of the person concerned, their personal data are no longer processed.
Interested parties may exercise their right to data portability, and in certain circumstances, may also object to the processing of their personal data.
Finally, all people have the right not to be subject to decisions based solely on the automated processing of their data.
You can find more complete information on these rights to informative self-determination (or habeas data rights) at this link https://apdcat.gencat.cat/ca/drets_i_obligacions/drets/drets_habeas_data/)
To whom and how can rights be exercised?
The rights mentioned in the previous section can be exercised, if applicable, by means of an application by electronic means through the generic request form available at Gencat procedures ( https://web.gencat.cat/ca/tramits/tramits-temes/Peticio-generica ).
You can also send an e-mail to the data controller (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or by sending a written communication to the postal address of the CTFC. For this purpose, you can download and print the form regarding the right you wish to exercise, from the forms available on the website https://apdcat.gencat.cat/ca/seu_electronica/tramits/habeas_data/ .
The submission of the application by electronic means requires an electronic certificate or the alternative idCat Mobile identification system. In any case, the application must clearly indicate the rights that are exercised.
What can be done if rights are not respected or violated?
In the case of any lack of attention to the rights of the data subjects, as well as in the case of any treatment that is considered contrary to data protection regulations, the data subjects may contact the data protection delegate of the CTFC, by email to email@example.com .
In the case of not obtaining an appropriate response from the data protection delegate within 2 months, or also directly, a complaint can be made to the APDCAT, using the form that can be found at this link https://apdcat.gencat.cat/ca/seu_electronica/tramits/reclamacio