Privacy policy

PRIVACY POLICY

 

The aim of this policy is to regulate the processing carried out by L’Escala Town Council of any data it may collect on its web portal.

1.- Identity of the company responsible for the processing

The company responsible for processing the personal data collected on the corporate websites of www.museudelescala.cat is:

L’ESCALA TOWN HALL

Carrer Pintor Massanet no 34,

17130, L’Escala, (Girona)

TAX ID NUMBER: P1706800H

 2.- Purpose of processing data

The data supplied to L’Escala Town Council by different means, contact forms, surveys or procedures used during their collection are carried out in keeping with current legislation in matters of data protection with the sole purpose of providing the services that are requested.

 In each of these means, we offer detailed information about the purpose of the processing of the data that is carried out, only and exclusively if this processing has been authorised.

Below, you will find information regarding the different purposes for which we may collect your data.

Processing Why are the data used?
To provide services and municipal procedures The information will be processed for dealing with the procedures or service that has been requested. The data may be transferred to third parties if the service so requires and in order to comply with the Town Council’s competences..
Subscriptions You will be sent information about the Town Council’s services and activities. The data will not be transferred to third parties..
Activities We will process the data for managing activities, courses, workshops, and so on, organised by the Town Council. The data will not be transferred to third parties.
Public participation We will process the data for managing public participation processes and to offer a response to the proposals and questions that are forthcoming. The data will not be transferred to third parties.
Letterbox for contact, complaints or suggestions We will process the data to answer the various applications, questions or doubts raised. The data will not be transferred to third parties

 

The time the data are conserved is determined by the analysis of the risks of each type of processing in keeping with the Document or Classification Chart approved by the Town Council. In any case, the time that your data will be conserved will be defined by the service that you request, and may be conserved as part of the administrative process in keeping with legislation, within the area of municipal obligations and competences.

 Data shall only be processed that has been handed over for the purpose for which you are informed and which you have authorised. Third parties will not process the data and the data will not be transferred to third parties unless specifically authorised or unless there is a legal reason for doing so.

 The legal base for processing your data is the execution of the Town Council’s competences and to provide the services you have requested.

 Under no circumstances shall automated decisions be carried out using your data.

 Users supply their data voluntarily at all times and are informed about the use and processing that will be made of them. All the information provided by users must be truthful. Users will be the only responsible party for any false or incorrect statements they may make and damages they may cause the Town Council or third parties. The Town Council reserves the right to exclude from the services any user who has provided false data, not excluding any other actions it may take in keeping with the law.

4.- Rights of affected parties

 At any time you may request and obtain information about how and why the Town Council is processing data:

  • To access data: request which data the Town Council has and which it is using, and exercise your right of portability, if relevant.
  • To rectify data: request the modification or rectification of incorrect data.
  • To remove data: request that data are eliminated and not processed, unless the regulations require them to be conserved.
  • To limit the processing: request restricted use of the data in keeping with your requirements.
  • To oppose processing: request that a specific use of the data is not made, unless the regulations required them to be so.

To do all this, you may send a document indicating which right you would like to exercise (Access, Rectification, Suppression, Opposition or Portability of the data) or through electronic means  https://seu.lescala.cat/ or in person at L’Escala Town Hall, Pintor Massanet no. 34, 17130, L’Escala, (Girona).

5.- Additional information on personal data processing

 If you would like more information about the processing of personal data carried out by L’Escala Town Council, you may contact the Data Protection Delegate at the following email address dpd@lescala.cat or by sending a letter to the attention of Delegat de Protecció de Dades at L’Escala Town Hall, Pintor Massanet no. 34, 17130, L’Escala, (Girona).

6.- Submitting complaints

 The Catalan Data Protection Authority (www.apdcat.cat) is the Supervising Organisation that watches over compliance with data protection legislation in the Catalan Public Administration. Should you consider that the Town Council has not complied with any of the instructions established in this regulation, you may address them in order to lodge a complaint.