Contact data of the Data Controller: You may contact us using the contact data accessible at https://hackingecology.com/en/contact.
Contact data of the Data Privacy Officer: You may contact our Data Protection Officer through email email@example.com
Which data do we process?: For the fulfillment of the purposes described below, we will process identifying data, contact data as well as academic and professional data.
For which purpose do we process your data?: Your data will be processed to answer requests for consultation, information, complaints and claims.
Likewise, we process data to manage the registration process of students, teachers, experts and other professionals linked to our activity.
In addition, we process data to manage the inscription and registration process in events and activities organized by Hacking Ecology.
Lastly, when you have consented to it and/or it is envisaged under the HACKING ECOLOGY´s legitimate interest in keeping the professional contact, we will also process your data in order to send you commercial information even by electronic means, about products, services and events of HACKING ECOLOGY, and to be able to send the requested products.
To whom we may disclose your data?: Your data may be disclosed to third parties. In detail, to the entities being part of the HACKING ECOLOGY Group, some of which are located outside the European Economic Area (EEA), for the fulfillment of all or any of the purposes abovementioned.
Likewise, HACKING ECOLOGY may communicate user data to Universities or other educational institutions collaborating in the training courses and that are expressly indicated in each case, who will use the information for the informed purposes and in accordance with their respective privacy policies.
For how long do we process your data? During the term of the relationship with us and, once ended, during the limitation periods of the obligations arising from the data processing.
Regarding the recipients of commercial communications, we will process the data until the user decides to unsubscribe or cancel the subscription.
The legal basis for the process of your data is your consent and, when applicable, the execution of the contractual relationship.
You may exercise the rights recognized in the current legislation on data protection, by sending a written communication to HACKING ECOLOGY through the contact data abovementioned. The user shall send a copy of his/her national identity document, passport or any other valid document for his/her identification.
Likewise, you will be able to unsubscribe or cancel your subscription by using the mechanism included within each commercial communication you may receive.
HACKING ECOLOGY informs users of their right to submit a complaint before the competent Data Protection Authority when considering that the processing of their personal data violates the applicable data protection regulations.
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