Right of information
In accordance with the principles of the Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, about Personal Data Protection, the users of CNIC's services must be informed as to the existence of different automated personal information files, being the CNIC the holder responsible for the management and maintenance of the above mentioned files.
Sending personal data to CNIC via electronic forms, paper, e-mail messages or other ways, means that the sender authorizes the processing of personal data included in the indicated media and in services and products related to the purposes of the CNIC's website, as well as to send him electronic communications with information related to CNIC and its projects (if this has been indicated on the application form).
All the technical resources necessary will be at the disposal of the users in order to express unmistakably their consent as to the incorporation of their data into CNIC's files.
In compliance with the Royal Decree 1720/2007, 21 December, which approved the implementation of Regulations of the Personal Data Protection Organic Law 15/1999, and according to the type of data being used, all the security levels required for data protection have been adopted.
As well, in order to avoid the modification, loss, fraudulent access and stealing of personal data contained in the indicated files, all the available technical and organizational measures have been properly implemented.
Although CNIC has taken all the security measures legally foreseeable, one must keep in mind that no data is entirely secure on the internet and for that reason CNIC will not be responsible for the use of information due to theft or any use as a consequence of illegality by third parties.
The record files (log files) are the historical records of everything that occurs on a website (users' entry and exit [IP address], website from which they come, dates, country, etc.). CNIC can analyze this information to see the flow of traffic on the internet website, the contents most visited and the main navigational routes; all for the objective of adapting the internet website contents to the expectations of the users who visit our site.
Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on the Protection of Personal Data, contains a series of fundamental rights including the right of access, the right of rectification, removal, opposition and exclusion of data. To exercise these rights you must complete the following forms and send them by certificate email with the identifying documentation and corresponding justificatory documentation to the following address: Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares. Melchor Fernández Almagro, 3 28029 Madrid. If you hold a DNIe or other certificate issued by a trusted electronic services provider you may also digitally sign the file and submit it through our exercise of rights form.
- Exercising the right of access
- Exercising the right of rectification
- Exercising the right of removal of data
- Exercising the right of opposition
- Exercising the right of exclusion
Modification of the present privacy policies
CNIC reserves the right to modify the present policies to adapt them to future legislative or jurisprudential changes, without prior warning