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How to make your website comply with the law on data protection

All websites and online stores are required to display notices regarding the protection of users’ personal data. Nominalia organizes a free webinar on the legal notices that a web page must display to comply with the regulations. Do not miss it!

If you have a web page, you must make sure to adapt it to the LSSICE (Law of Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce) and the LOPD-GDD (Organic Law of Protection of Personal Data and guarantee of digital rights), which It adapts to Spanish law to the RGPD (General Data Protection Regulation).

These regulations are currently in force and are mandatory for all websites that have any economic activity, as well as for any self-employed, SME, large company, association, e-commerce store or even community of neighbors (among others!) That , in your daily activity, have access to personal data.

By personal data, it is understood all information (numerical, alphabetical, photographic or of any other type) related to the identity or the existence or occupation of a natural person: for example, their name and surname, their address, a photocopy of the DNI, medical registrations and cancellations or fiscal and financial information.

An oversight in this area can be expensive: the financial penalties for those who do not comply with these regulations – in many cases derived from complaints filed with the Control Authority – are very high and can reach 4% of turnover or up to 20 million euros .

What to do to comply with the RGPD and LSSICE regulations?
In accordance with the RGPD / LSSICE regulations, the websites must include the following legal texts:

Legal notice (LSSICE): The identification data of the owner of the page must be provided. For example: company name, NIF / CIF, contact information (telephone or email), registration data in the commercial register (if you practice a regulated profession), membership data, etc.
Privacy Policy (LOPDGDD): If the website has a form through which personal data is collected, it is necessary to inform who is responsible for the processing of this data, the purpose for which it is collected, the legitimacy to do so, how they will be used and if they will be assigned or transferred, the period during which they will be kept, the rights that the person has and the consequences of not accepting the policy, among other requirements.
Banner and cookie policy (LSSICE): the cookie policy and the warning and acceptance banner are mandatory if cookies are applied.
General contracting conditions (LSSICE / Consumer regulations, among others): in online stores, in addition, the general conditions of the sale contract between the provider and the user and / or client must be stated.
Consent (LOPDGDD): websites that have a chat or blog, that collect resumes or link to an app, among others, must request explicit consent as indicated in article 13 of the RGPD.
For more information, do not miss our article What legal texts must a website have to comply with the regulations?

Nominalia adapts your website to the RGPD / LSSICE regulations
Does all this seem too complicated? Don’t you know if your website complies with the law? At Nominalia they offer a service for creating legal notices for websites and online stores, adapting them to the RGPD and LSSICE regulations from € 115 the first year and € 40 the following years if you want to renew the service.

It is as simple as answering a series of questions related to your activity (for example, what types of data do you process, how many workers are there, if any third parties have access to the data, what computer programs do you use, etc.) and you will obtain the personalized documentation with the corresponding instructions according to the situation and characteristics of your company.

There are two types of service: while with the RGPD / LSSICE Self-Management Pack you apply the changes by following the instructions, with the RGPD / LSSICE Pack with Advice you receive legal and technical support to implement the necessary modifications.

Free webinar on data protection: now you can sign up!
Next Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 12:00 (Peninsular Spanish time), Nominalia has organized a free online seminar on Data Protection. In this session, the following points will be covered:

What does the law oblige us to do?
Penalties for non-compliance
When and how can we process the data?
How far can we take the marketing campaigns?
Mandatory legal notices
Obligations of the data controllers
How to resolve security gaps
At the end, our experts will reserve time so you can ask everything you need.

Never run out of space! Sign up for the webinar here!

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