According to the European Data Protection Regulations, the data controllers, who collect personal information, must provide the following additional information. The data collection forms on the portal provide the basic information needed to collect and process the data provided. The following section captures this additional information.
Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
coHousing Barcelona SCCL is responsible for the Portal www.cohousingbarcelona.cat
coHousing Barcelona SCCL was founded in Barcelona on September 14th 2016 and registered by notary María de las Mercedes Martinez Parra at the Register of Cooperatives of Barcelona under the number 14.762.
The postal address of the cooperative is:
cohousing Barcelona SCCL
Ramón Turró 168, 1st floor, 08005 Barcelona
Tax number / CIF: F66860560
Contact email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone number: 93 011 44 47
Which data is processed?
The personal data we collect for the contact requests are the identifying data (name and e-mail) and refer to the request (subject and message).
The personal information we collect in the membership application is name, surname, ID / NIE/ passport number, postal and electronic address, telephone number and date of birth. All these fields must be completed. If they are not, the application cannot be processed.
The personal data we collect for newsletter applications is only the email address to which the newsletter is to be sent.
For what purpose do we process your data?
The purpose of the collection of your personal data depends on the request (information, membership or newsletter) and should you have consented to it, the cooperative will send a newsletter to the email you provided.
How long will your data be kept?
CoHousing Barcelona SCCL Cooperative will keep your data for the period of time required by law or during the time required to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected and for the period in which possible consequences and responsibilities can be determined. If you receive the newsletter, the data will be kept until the date on which you inform us that you no longer wish to receive it.
What is the legal basis for processing data?
The legal basis for the processing of data is the user consent.
Will your data be transferred?
Your data will not be shared with third parties.
Which rights do you have if you provide us with personal data?
Right to information: right to information of your data.
Right of objection: right to object to the processing of your data.
Right to Correction: right to correct your data if it is incorrect or incomplete.
Right to delete: You can request the deletion of your data if there is no reason against it.
Withdrawal: You can revoke the granted consent at any time. The revocation of consent does not refer to the treatment already performed on the basis of the previously given consent.
In certain circumstances, the interested parties may also request the restriction on the processing of their data. In this case we will only keep them for the purpose of exercising or defending respective complaints. The restriction of data processing can only be applied:
– if the person concerned has exercised the right of opposition or rectification and after the foundation has determined that the application is to be granted.
– if the processing is unlawful, it would mean the deletion of the data except if the interested party opposes to the deletion.
– the data is no longer required but the person concerned requests the limitation as it is needed to formulate, exercise or defend complaints.
Users also have the right to portability of their data and may receive the data provided by the prospective customer during the use of the Portal in a structured format, which allows the interested party to save it and transfer it to others responsible for its processing.
The exercise of the above rights may be requested in writing enclosing a copy of your identity document at coHousing Barcelona SCCL, Carrer Ramón Turró 168, CP 08005 or by email at email@example.com
Finally, we would like to point out that you have the right to file a complaint with the “Spanish Data Protection Authority” should you feel that your rights have not been protected.