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PRIVACY POLICY

BASIC INFORMATION ON DATA PROTECTION

ResponsibleThe personal data collected directly from individuals will be treated confidentially and incorporated into the corresponding processing activity owned by FUNDACIÓN SONRISA, also known as “IDILIQ FOUNDATION”. FUNDACIÓN SONRISA was established on 7 November 2003 and is registered with the Andalusian Associations and Foundations.
PurposeTo comply with the statutory objectives of the Foundation, both from the perspective of solidarity action and in obtaining funds for this social causes.
LegitimationConsent of the interested party and, where appropriate, execution of a pre-contract/contract + info.
RecipientsNo Personal data will be transferred to third parties unless legally obliged to do so, or in the event that it is necessary, to meet any request from the owner of the data.
RightsYou may exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion and opposition, limitation of processing, data portability and the right not to be subject to automated decisions.
Additional informationYou can consult additional information on data protection on our website.

The FUNDACIÓN SONRISA or IDILIQ FOUNDATION, hereinafter the FOUNDATION, undertakes to always comply with the legislation in force regarding the processing of personal data. By means of the following privacy policy.

The FOUNDATION, in accordance with the requirements of the GDPR, informs users of:

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROCESSING OF YOUR DATA?

The data controller is FUNDACIÓN SONRISA:

IdentityFUNDACIÓN SONRISA – G92487396
AddressUrbanización Marina del Sol, Crta. Cádiz Km 206 de Mijas Costa, 29649 (Málaga)
Phone+34 952 66 99 66
WebFundación Idiliq | Una sonrisa para cambiar el mundo (fundacionidiliq.com)
Emailcomunicacion@idiliqfoundation.com
DPOJohn MacKinnon
  • WHAT ARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA USED FOR?
  • When you accept our privacy policy, you authorise us to use and process the personal data provided in order to:
    • Sending information and providing requested services through forms on our website.
    • Providing information about social actions and fundraising initiatives.
    • Occasionally sending notifications by email to inform you of changes in our actions, policies, and legal conditions.
    • Sending commercial communications about social actions, activities, and promotions of the Foundation when consent is provided.
  • WHAT IS THE LEGITIMACY FOR THE PROCESSING OF YOUR DATA?

The Foundation processes data for statutory purposes and social causes, based on applicable regulations and the consent of the data subject.

  • HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA?

Personal data collected for specific purposes will be retained for the duration necessary to fulfill those purposes and to determine any associated responsibilities. IP addresses obtained through cookies will be retained for one year.

  • WILL MY DATA BE COMMUNICATED?

Personal data will not be disclosed to third parties except for legal obligations or as necessary to fulfill requests from data owners.

  • WHAT TYPE OF DATA DO WE PROCESS ABOUT OUR USERS?

The FOUNDATION processes the following categories of data:

  • Data provided by users who fill in any of the available forms on the website including identifying information , such as name and surname, telephone number, postal and e-mail address.

Only people over 16 years of age can provide data through our website. If you are under this age, you must have the consent of your parents or legal guardians.

  • WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE AND HOW CAN YOU EXERCISE THEM?

Users may exercise the following rights by submitting a written request along with prook of identity to the  FOUNDATION’s address or email provided. The Foundation will respond to requests within one month, with the possibility of extension in complex cases.

  1. Access their personal data.
  2. Rectify them when they are inaccurate or incomplete.
  3. To request the deletion or cancellation of the data when, among other reasons, they are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.
  4. To object to their processing.
  5. To request the limitation of the processing of their data when any of the conditions provided for in the regulations are met.
  6. Request the portability of their data in the cases provided for in the regulations.
  7. Prevent being subject to automated decisions.
  8. To revoke the consents granted.
  9. The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
  • IS MY DATA SAFE?

The Foundation implements appropriate measures to ensure the confidential treatment of personal data and maintains strict confidentiality. Security policies are aligned with GDPR regulations to protect data integrity and confidentiality.

  • LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES

The Foundation is not responsible for the privacy policies or cookies stored by external websites accessed through links on our site.