CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ON PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION - TERMS AND CONDITIONS
In accordance with the article 5 of the Constitutional Law 15/1999 on Personal Data Protection dated December 13th , the interested party who is requested to provide personal data has the right to be previously informed in a express, accurate and unequivocal way about the existence of a file, about the purpose of the data collection, about the destination of the information, about the identity and address of the File Responsible and about the possibility to exert the Rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition.
In this regard, the Law sets that every time that surveys or any other leaflet are used for the collection of data, these documents must clearly inform about the above mentioned.
In cases where the data has not been collected directly from the interested party, it must be informed by the Responsible of the File within three months after the data registration.
When the data proceeds from public sources and are used for marketing or commercial purposes, each communication must inform about the origin of the data, the identity of the Responsible of the File and the existing rights.
With the exception of unusual cases, the interested party must give consent before any communication or transfer of data.
In the same way, the data related to especially protected aspects such as ideology, trade-union memberships, religion and beliefs, as well as the racial origin, health or sexual life, can be used only after the written consent of the interested party.
BCN DISTRIBUCIONES S.A.U., as Responsible of the File, must include the corresponding information and/or consent clauses in all the applications or documents used for the collection of personal data, that must be signed.
A legal clause has been designed to each document in order to enforce the law about the right of information and requirement of consent. Each one of these clauses are explained below.