For the purposes of that which is stipulated in Act of Parliament 15/1999, of 13 December, on Personal Data Protection, FHP hereby informs you that the personal data you provide will be incorporated into a computer file owned by FHP.
The gathering and processing of personal data is designed to manage the information supplied in consultations, to handle enrolments for events, to keep you informed about anything that may take place in connection with the event you have signed up for, to deal with job applications, to keep you informed about any aspects of the FHP portal that may be of interest to you, and to forward any informative communications connected with our activities.
Hereby, the user gives FHP the permission to publish any photography taken during the events that FHP could organize and where the user is present. These images could be broadcasted in FHP’s different digital channels but always with informative aims, never for commercial purposes.
Likewise, you will be able to exercise your right to access, rectify, cancel and challenge through the e-mail address email@example.com. Any authorization you may have granted can be withdrawn at any time.
FHP is not responsible for the privacy and information protection policies pertaining to the information of third parties that can be accessed from this web site.
FHP accepts no responsibility for the opinions dumped onto its blogs and social networks.
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