1. HOLDER DATA
In accordance with Ley 34/2002 de 11 de julio de servicios de la sociedad de la información y de comercio electrónico [Law 34/2002 of 11 July on services of the information society and e-commerce] we inform you that the owner of the “ucam.edu” domain is:
Name: FUNDACION UNIVERSITARIA SAN ANTONIO (hereafter UCAM)
Corporate Tax Identification Number: G30626303
Address: Avenida Los Jerónimos, 135 GUADALUPE 30107 Murcia
Telephone number: 968278815
Contact details of the Data Protection Officer: email@example.com
Filed in the REGISTRO DE FUNDACIONES DE COMPETENCIA ESTATAL POR ORDEN MINISTERIAL DE 27/06/1988 with assigned registration number 145.
2. APPLICABLE OBJECT AND SCOPE
The object of the following terms and conditions of use is to define the conditions which govern the publishing and use of the web pages and services located at the web address www.ucam.edu and to regulate such use. Any user who accesses the information and services offered at the stated domain is subject to this document. Moreover, certain services may be affected by specific terms and conditions which are accessible, as appropriate, via the corresponding portals and which the user is required to read and comply with.
3. USER OBLIGATIONS
Regarding the use of the information and services offered by ucam.edu, users have the following obligations:
- To exercise good faith in relation to the use of information and services offered by UCAM via this website.
- To respect industrial and intellectual property rights of both UCAM and third parties, in compliance with current legislation.
- To work with UCAM, when they have knowledge of the commission of illegal or criminal acts in relation to the use of the digital or telematic resources of UCAM.
- Not to take part in illicit or illegal activities of any type, in particular, the spreading of pornography, racist, xenophobic, or sexist content, content expressing sympathy for terrorism, or content which is detrimental to human rights, or to act in a way that jeopardises people’s rights to privacy, to honour, to one’s likeness, or which is contrary to personal dignity.
4. DATA PROTECTION
UCAM would like to bring to the attention of users of its website its policy on the processing and protection of personal data which is collected from users on the site for the purposes of the correct display of the site, the use of the services offered on the site, social networks and other digital media.
The collection of personal data, its processing and subsequent use are subject to the current legislation in Spain on data protection, under the Ley Orgánica de Protección de Datos de Carácter Personal [Organic Law on The Protection of Personal Data] (hereinafter LOPD) and its complementary legislation, and by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
UCAM shall only be responsible for, and guarantee the confidentiality and security of, personal data which it collects from site users through its site. It shall not hold any responsibility with respect to the processing and subsequent use of personal data which might be carried out by third party service providers who act outside of the website.
When is personal data collected from users of this website?
UCAM informs its users that the collection of personal data can be carried out, principally through the forms that UCAM includes on the site in the future, and in those that identify UCAM as responsible for the data collected through these forms.
UCAM informs site users that the optional or obligatory nature of the provision of the entirety of the data solicited will be indicated in advance.
If you do not want UCAM to process your personal data, we ask that you refrain from filling in the current forms on the website. In any case, we will inform you expressly and in readable form of the conditions under which personal data is gathered and the purposes for which they will be used, of any obligation to provide this data, of the rights which are available to the user, of the conditions in which they can exercise these rights, and of any other complimentary information which proves necessary.
The purpose of collecting and processing personal data.
With respect to personal data gathered via email and/or completion of the forms on the website, the purposes of processing shall be the following:
- REQUEST FOR INFORMATION: To handle your request for information, we will include your data in the contacts list, provide you with the information requested, review your request and send you communications relating to your request which may be of interest to you.
- STUDENT AREA: To create an account to access the Private Area and allow you access to the information and services available in that section.
- LIBRARY: To provide electronic access to library resources.
- CURRICULUM: To provide access to job offers and job exchange.
Automated individual decision-making
UCAM does not use entirely automated decisions processes to enter into, develop, or end a contractual relationship with you. For the purposes of offering you products and/or services according to your interests and enhance your user experience, we may create a “commercial profile” based on the information offered. Nonetheless, we will not undertake automated decision-making on the basis of this profile.
For the processing of personal data, the Controller shall guarantee and safeguard the public liberties and fundamental rights of physical persons whose data is held on record, in particular their honour and family and personal privacy, and is thus obligated to carry out the corresponding processing of data in accordance with the current regulations at all times, and to store the information of its users with the highest confidentiality.
Personal data that is processed shall not be used for other purposes which are not listed here, or where appropriate, for other documents or contracts which bind both parties with particular conditions.
Other than express consent on the part of users, no transfer nor communication of data to third parties which are not provided for under the LOPD are permitted.
The Controller shall take measures to guarantee that every person who acts under its authority and has access to personal data may solely process this data in accordance with the Controller’s instructions, save where they are obligated to do otherwise by the law of the European Union or of its Member States.
The Controller informs users that, taking into account the state of the technology, the costs of application, and the nature, scope, context and purposes of the processing as well as the variable risks of probability and gravity to the rights and liberties of physical persons, the Controller and, where appropriate, the Processor shall apply the appropriate technical and organisational measures to guarantee a level of security suitable to the risk.
Exercise of rights
The Controller informs you that users can exercise their rights of access, rectification, erasure, the right to object, the right to restrict processing and portability of their data, through any of the following means:
The exercise of rights on behalf of the user shall be carried out by sending a written communication as well as a photocopy of the National Identification document or other valid identification under law of the user to the following address: UCAM, at Avenida Los Jerónimos 135 30107 Guadalupe (Murcia). This communication must contain the following information:
First name and surname of the user.
The basis on which the request is made.
Address for notification purposes, date, and signature of the user.
Documents substantiating the request which is made, where appropriate.
Via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to which communications should be sent from the account registered in our files. This communication must contain the same information outlined in the previous section.
UCAM informs its users that the exercise of these rights is highly personal, thus only the user can exercise these rights with respect to the personal data of which they are the legitimate owner. Nonetheless, in exceptional cases, the authorised representative of the user may exercise these rights, to which the user is entitled under the terms outlined above, as long as they are accompanied by the indicated communication with accredited documentation of their status as representative.
Period for which data is held
Identifying personal data is held while there is a contractual relationship between the student or the interested party, while they are registered within the service and have not expressly requested the de-registration and erasure of their data, and always within the minimum period provided by law.
When the data is no longer necessary or relevant for the purposes for which it was collected or registered, it shall be deleted. Where the data collected is required for a purpose different than that for which it was collected, the consent of the interested party must be obtained in advance.
If the user is a minor, UCAM will have to rely on the consent of the minor’s parents, guardians or legal representatives for communication of the minor’s personal data, for which reason UCAM requests that minors refrain from using the email service and/or filling in forms without the consent of parents, guardians or legal representatives. If this consent is not obtained, UCAM shall not be held responsible for the actions of the minor.
5. ACCESS TO SERVICES WHICH REQUIRE LOGIN
UCAM provides to certain users, based on their relationship with UCAM, access to certain services which require identification and authentication of the user.
In the use of such services, the user shall have the following obligations:
To maintain the confidentiality of the access keys or passwords to restricted services. Providing user details or passwords to third parties is prohibited.
Passwords must not be stored in files or media or any other place in which they can be accessed by persons without authorisation.
Users must always use secure passwords which contain eight or more characters, capital letters, numbers or symbols, and which should not be words, names or concepts.
Access to these applications is prohibited without the corresponding authorisation. UCAM shall only be responsible for the security measures related to access to these services.
6. INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
The design, source code, logos, brands and other distinguishing signs which appear on the ucam.edu domain belong to UCAM and are protected by corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights. The reproduction, whether total or partial, of the content covered by this document without permission is prohibited.
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This data allows the Website to maintain information across pages and also to analyse the form in which users interact with the Website. Cookies are secure and can only store information which is put in place by the browser, namely information that the user has entered into the browser or that is included on the page request. They cannot execute code and cannot be used to access your computer. If a webpage encrypts information from the cookie, only that webpage can read the information.
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Permanent cookies: These types of cookies are stored in the user’s terminal and can be accessed or processed during a defined period of time by the entity responsible for the cookie, which can range from a period of minutes to several years.
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Cookies can also be categorised based on the purpose of the data obtained through them:
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Personalisation cookies: These are cookies which permit the user to access the service, using some general predefined characteristics as a set of criteria in the user’s terminal, for example, the language, type of browser from which the service is being accessed, the regional configuration from which the service is being accessed, etc.
Analysis cookies: These are cookies which allow the entity responsible for them to follow and analyse the behaviour of users on the websites to which they are associated. The information collected through this type of cookie is used for the evaluation of activity on websites, applications, or platforms and to create navigation profiles for users of those sites, applications and platforms, with the purpose of implementing improvements through the analysis of the usage data created by users of the service.
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8. AMENDMENTS TO THIS LEGAL NOTICE
The present terms and conditions are applicable from the date of publication. UCAM reserves the right to amend them with no further requirements other than the release of corresponding notices to the users of the pages contained in the ucam.edu domain.