The visit to the Web does not imply that the user registers or that they must provide personal data. When you must provide them, as in the “networking” of THE BEIT PROJECT, the website informs about the mandatory nature of the delivery of the data, by means of an asterisk [*]. To enjoy certain services or solutions, the user must register as a registered user and / or register for the proposed events.
Where does your data go?
The personal data that you provide us is understood as express consent for them to be processed and incorporated into a file; the responsibility of ASSOC. THE BEIT PROJECT (henceforth THE BEIT PROJECT), CIF: G65404592 and adrdress at C/ Julià 29, 08004 Barcelona (Spain), Email: email@example.com
Why is your data treated?
The personal data that you provide us implies an express consent for being part of our network of contacts and as a member to participate and enjoy the projects that our organization does, and for being able to enrich with the experiences and knowledge of other members (networking); so that THE BEIT PROJECT can inform you via any means about them, unless you tell us otherwise. Thus, and for the exclusive achievement of the purposes set forth herein, to be part of our “networking” implies the acceptance that your data be shared among the rest of participants. Specifically:
Contact and Newsletter: To inform you about the activities and be in the network of THE BEIT PROJECT.
User registration: Registration in the networking account of THE BEIT PROJECT to enjoy the services and products offered, for being part of our network of contacts and as a member to participate and enjoy the projects that our organization does, and for being able to enrich with the experiences and knowledge of other members.
If you participate in any of our projects or events, during these events, pictures can be taken of spectators without being able to identify or connect the person in the image with the identification data on our files. THE BEIT PROJECT may use these images of the public event in publications and social networks belonging to the company, the press, and any other social media within the common purposes and uses of the services provided, for an unlimited period of time.
The main purpose of the processing of your personal data is not subject to the informed consent you gave us when using our website to store cookies and share your anonymized information with third parties, with the aim of creating profiles for the personalization of our own and third party advertising, analyse traffic on our website and offer you services related to social networks. For more information, consult our Cookies Policy here.
What data do we need?
The data being handled is identifying data of users and participants, and concerning your rol, as student, thecher, facilitator, etc.
THE BEIT PROJECT reserves the right to not accept your membership.
How long is data conserved?
The data will be stored and processed until you request its cancellation, and at least for the time that is imposed by legal requirements in force for THE BEIT PROJECT.
Transfer and access of data by third parties
The data will not be transferred by THE BEIT PROJECT to third parties without the prior consent of the user.
For the fulfillment and achievement of the goals of this “networking”, your data will be accessible and shared exclusively among the networking participants. Any other use is totally prohibited.
What is the legal background of the processing?
As far as it is necessary for the fulfilment of the purposes expressed herein and as a necessary legal requirement, the submission of data in a form filled in by you, are positive and unambiguous actions that express consent of these processing.
Age of majority for “networking” participants
The whole THE BEIT PROJECT’s website is aimed at all audiences. In restricted areas, such as networking, only those over fourteen (14) years old can register and participate, in accordance with the regulations on personal data protection prevailing in Spain, the headquarters of THE BEIT PROJECT; in any other case, it will require the consent of the parents or guardians of the minor.
What rights and obligations do you have regarding this data processing?
It is the responsibility of the User to provide all the updated data required as mandatory for the use and enjoyment of the services and products offered. The data and information provided will be assumed to be true, accurate and up-to-date, it being the User’s responsibility to modify and/or update said information at all times; otherwise, it will be understood that the data has not been modified and that it is accurate and current.
If you have provided us with personal data of a third party, you must, prior to its inclusion, have informed and requested their consent to the points set out herein.
At any time, you may exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion and opposition, limitation of processing and portability with respect to your personal data, by sending a communication with a photocopy of your ID, to ASSOC. THE BEIT PROJECT to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org; In the case of marketing or direct electronic communications, the mails will offer an automated system to refuse the reception of future commercial communications; all without retroactive effect on the previous processing and transfer of data to third parties, and without detriment to the obligations and legal consequences arising from those responsible for the files.
Specifically, the general content of your rights are as follows:
(1) Right of access. Right to confirm that we are processing your personal data and, if so, to obtain a copy of said data and complete information about the treatment.
(2) Right of rectification. Right to correct errors, modify inaccurate or incomplete data and guarantee the certainty of the information subject to processing.
(3) Right of erasure. Right to request the deletion of your data without undue delay, in the event that the processing is illegal or the purpose that motivated its processing or collection has disappeared.
(4) Right to restriction of processing. Right to request the suspension of the processing in case it is illegal or the accuracy of the data has been challenged.
(5) Right of object. Right to object to the processing of your data when it has as its object direct marketing or when the processing should cease for reasons related to your personal situation, unless a legitimate interest is proven or necessary for the exercise or defence of claims.
(6) Right to not to be the subject of individualized decisions. Right to not to be the subject of a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects or affects you, unless it is necessary for the execution of a contract, is permitted by law or you have given your explicit consent.
(7) Right of Portability. Right to receive the personal data that concerns you, when you have contracted a service of distribution and management of tickets, in a structured format, of common use and in a machine-readable format, and to transmit them to another processing controller when the processing is done by automated means.
The exercise of these rights is free, unless manifestly unfounded or excessive requests are made, in which case the interested party may be required to assume the cost of processing the application.
Likewise, we remind you that according to EU Regulation 2016/679, you have the right to claim for any legal breach before the data protection control authorities.
Seguridad y confidencialidad
THE BEIT PROJECT will treat the data with the utmost confidentiality and will maintain professional secrecy with respect to all of it, undertaking not to communicate it to other persons, even for the purpose of preserving it, and this obligation shall remain in force even after commercial relations with the user has ended, always in accordance with current legislation, implementing the necessary technical, organisational and safety measures to ensure the security of the personal data processed, and to prevent alteration, loss and unauthorised processing of the information, given the state of technology, the cost of application, the nature of the data stored, the ambit, context and processing ends, as well as the risks of diverse probability and seriousness which they are exposed to and which the processing entails for the rights and liberties of natural persons.
Don’t worry: cookies are quite simple and all webs need them to work properly. Here we will explain what cookies are and how we use them in our web.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to store and retrieve data from a terminal equipment on the user’s computer, when accessing certain web pages, that are stored on the hard disk or in a temporary memory, and retains data on the user and on the navigation carried out from that computer, and that allow actions such as remembering password or elaborating faster queries.
Users can erase the cookies from their hard drive whenever they wish, or block the collection of information. If you do not want the cookies to be stored, you must configure the web browser for such use. If not stored, some features of The BEIT Project may not be available, but you can browse the web. The information is only for the particular use of The BEIT Project, and is not revealed or shared with third parties.
The information that this Web stores on your computer via this mechanism consists solely of a number that identifies a user, as well as preferences such as the preferred browsing language, and the date on which the cookie was deposited. This will allow us to recognize you in your next visits to our website. Cookies help us improve our website and provide a better and more personalized service. Specifically, they allow us to:
- Estimate numbers and patterns of use.
- Store information on your preferences and tailor our website to your particular interests.
- Speed up your searches.
- Recognise you when you return to our website, as long as you access from the computer where you registered as a member with your name and password.
- Analyse user browsing (browsing statistics). The application used to obtain and analyse browsing information is: Google Analytics: www.google.com/analytics y http://www.google.es/intl/es/analytics/privacyoverview.html
This tool does not obtain data of the names or surnames or the postal address from where they are connected or any other personal identification data of the user.
The information obtained concerns the number of pages visited, the language, social network in which our news is published, the city to which the IP address is assigned and from which the users access, the number of users who visit us, the frequency and repetition of the visits, the visit time, the browser they use, the operator or type of terminal from which the visit is made. We use this information to improve our pages, detect new needs and assess the improvements to be introduced in order to provide a better service to the users who visit us, adapting them for example to the most used browsers or terminals.
What kind of cookies does The BEIT Project use?
|TYPE OF COOKIES
|PURPOSE OF THESE TYPES OF COOKIES
|Own cookies are necessary to correctly display the website and ensure the proper functioning of the site. These cookies are related to the user’s session and login. They collect the value relative to the Acceptance of cookies by the browser used by the user of the website, which remain in the browser’s cookie file while you are on our website. That is, they are active for the duration of the visit to this website and therefore are deleted from your computer when you leave it.
|These cookies are used to analyse the behaviour of users in an aggregated and anonymous way including the number of visitors to the web and its different pages, the origin of the visits, day and time, platform, search words that a user uses to find your desired content. In this way, THE BEIT PROJECT uses a very helpful medium to be able to introduce improvements to the website and find out what content or design is most relevant to the user.
How can you configure your cookies?
- Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet settings > Privacy > Configuration. For more information you can consult Mozilla support or the browser Help area.
- Mozilla Firefox: Tools > Options > Privacy > History > Customised Configuration. For more information you can consult Microsoft support or the browser Help area.
- Google Chrome: Configuration > Show advanced options > Privacy – > Content settings. For more information you can consult Google support or the browser Help area.
- Safari: Preferences > Security. For more information you can consult Apple support or the browser Help area.
- Opera: Configuration > Options > Advanced > Cookies. For more information you can consult Opera support or the browser Help area.
- If you use another browser apart from the ones mentions, consult its policy on installation, use and blocking of cookies.
What happens if you disactivate the cookies?
Some functions of the Services or areas of this web might not work.
- By email: email@example.com