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  1. Aims

The ‘Assemblea Nacional Catalana’ (hereafter, the ANC) commits itself to protecting your privacy and personal data. In this Privacy Policy statement we inform you of the ways in which we protect your personal information. We advise you to read it before accessing the content of the web.

The ANC strongly defends the fundamental right to privacy and to the protection of personal information, as well as conforming to national and European laws relating to privacy.

The present statement explains how the ANC treats and protects the information of persons who use our websites and in the context of our internal activities.


  1. The Responsible Body

The ‘Assemblea Nacional Catalana’ (located at Carrer de la Marina, 315, 08025 Barcelona) is the body responsible for handling the data that is sent to our website. The ANC’s telephone number is 93 347 17 14; its email address is dades@assemblea.cat. Any queries regarding the handling of your data, or related topics, may be sent to dpo@assemblea.cat.


  1. The Data Obtained

The personal information given by users may be handled by the ACN as the responsible body and will be kept and handled on the European continent.

When forms are used in order to collect personal information, the information given by the user will be understood to be correct, as it is the user him/herself who willingly enters his/her data on the forms available on our website and who is responsible for its veracity.


  1. Purposes of Handling Personal Information

The personal information supplied on the forms available on our website will be treated for the following purposes:

  1. To manage the connection of that person to the “Make a Move” campaign organised by the ANC.
  2. To manage the monetary donations that that person may wish to make in support of the “Make a Move” campaign.


  1. Time Limit on the Holding of Personal Information

The information will be held until the end of the operation, or until the person involved requests its suppression.


  1. Authorisation for Handling your Personal Information

The legal basis on which your personal information is handled is the free and explicit agreement made when the information is voluntarily given on our forms, indicating in the appropriate boxes that it may be handled by the ANC.


  1. Supply of Personal Data to Third Parties

The ANC will not supply your personal information to any third party, except if required to do so by a judge or by the public administration in the exercise of their powers.


  1. Rights that may be Exercised

You will have the right to obtain clear and comprehensible information regarding how the ANC handles your personal data.

You will also have the right to access your personal data, to ask that incorrect information is corrected or to ask for it to be excised when, amongst other reasons, the information is no longer required for the purpose for which it was supplied, as well as to revoke previously agreed consent. You may also forbid the processing of your data, as well as limit this processing, in such a way that your data will not be excised but subject to limitations.

Transferability and processing due to automatic individual decisions do not apply here, given the type and the purposes of the processing.

The rights outlined above may be exercised by post or by email. You may sendyour request, together with a copy of your DNI or passport, setting out the right that you demand from the ANC, at the addresses contained in Point 2 of this Policy.


  1. Right to Present a Claim to the Controlling Authority

Claims may be made at any time to the competent controlling authority.


  1. Security Measures Applicable to Personal Data

The ANC applies all technical and organisational measures necessary, taking account of the risks involved in the handling of personal information, in particular as the result of destruction, loss or accidental or illicit alteration of data transmitted, conserved or handled in a different form or its unauthorised communication or access.

The application of the technical and organisational measures foreseen takes account of the state of the technology, the costs of application and the nature, scope, context and purposes of the handling, as well as the risks of variable probability and gravity regarding the rights and liberty of the persons involved.

The ANC applies these security measures in order to guarantee a level of protection adequate to minimise the risks detected in analyses previously applied to handling for the entire period that the data is held and processed.


  1. Changes to Privacy Policy

The ANC reserves the right to modify this privacy policy when necessary in order to take account of new laws or other regulations, in accordance with the good practice and procedures of the ANC and if required by the controlling authority.

None the less, the relationship established with users before the policy is modified will be treated according to the norms set out at the moment when the user accesses the web, without prejudice to what is set out in the General Regulations on Data Protection.

You are advised to consult them before accessing or navigating the web.