Privacy Statement

The following data are in compliance with the provisions of Article 10 of Act 34/2002 of 11 July regarding Services of the Information Society and E-commerce:

The company owning web domain is FUNDACIÓN INSTITUTO INTERNACIONAL DE SOCIOLOGÍA JURÍDICA DE OÑATI (Oñati International Institute for The Sociology of Law Foundation) (hereinafter the IISL) with tax code G 20200424 and registered offices at Avenida Universidad, 8 – 20560, Oñati, Gipuzkoa, telephone number 943 783064, e-mail and registered in the Foundations Registry with number GIP-42.

1. Privacy policy

This privacy policy is foreseen to provide information concerning the rights you have in regards of the GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation, as well as everything included in the national legislation that might be applicable and may clarify how we treat your personal data. If you have any doubts or questions regarding the treatment of your personal data or if you want to execute your rights, please contact

1.1.- Who is responsible for the treatment of data?


Avenida Universidad nº 8.

Apartado 28

20560 Oñati (Gipuzkoa)

NIF. G- 20200424


Phone: 943.78.30.64

1.2.- How do we obtain your data?

The data required on the accessible forms on the website of IISL are general and mandatory (except from the fields where this is not specified) to accomplish with the established goals. Therefore, if these fields are not completed of the required data is not correctly provided, we will not be able to offer the services.

1.3.- Which personal data do we treat?

The treated data are personal and contact data, specifically: first name, family name, date of birth, national identification document, country, address, email and phone number, as well as the chosen payment method when you subscribe to one of our courses, masters, workshops, congress or events organized by and/or at IISL.

1.4.- What is the goal of treating your personal data?

In accordance to the stipulations of the European Regulation 2016/679 General Data Protection, as well as the stipulations of the national legislation that may be applied, we inform you that Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law (from this point forward IISL) will treat your data for the following goals:

  1. To accomplish your subscription form in one of the courses, masters, workshops, bilkuras, congress, blogs and events organized and held at IISL, or participation in our debate and discussion forums, as well as to send you all the information regarding their content and for the follow-up of any question, doubt, complaint you may have related to them.
  2. To manage, administrate, take into account and process, in your case, the payment of the courses, masters, workshops, bilkuras, congress, blogs and/or events you may have subscribed to.
  3. To send you, in case you have accepted it, regular information and newsletters related to the training activities and investigations of IISL, as well as news and activities related to them.
  4. To accomplish the obligations demanded by laws, regulations or legislation that might be applied.

Your data will not be used for different purposes and no automated decisions will be made based on that profile.

1.5.-Legitimation for the treatment of data

The legal basis for the treatment of data is the execution of a contract for education services and other services requested. The needed data treatment for the accomplishment of the above mentioned goals that need your acceptance for its performance will not be carried out without it. Nevertheless, you may retire your consent at any time and this will never make it conditional to the existing contractual relation or affect the validity of the treatment performed previously.

To revoke the consent you may contact IISL by: writing to OÑATI INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE SOCIOLOGY OF LAW, Avenida Universidad nr. 8, Apdo. 28 (20560 Oñati, Gipuzkoa), or by email to, in both cases please refer to “Data Protection”.

1.6.- How long do we keep your data?  

Your data will be kept as long as they are necessary to answer your requests of demands and, in any case, as long as you do not request their cancelation, as well as the time needed to accomplish the legal obligations that may correspond to each type of data.

1.7.- To whom will your personal data be provided?

IISL does not communicate personal information to third parties unless:

                -the personal data and payment methods have to be communicated to credit card companies, banks or companies as the result of transactions related to the subscriptions or donations made by the user.

                -the personal data is legally required by the legislation in force, legal demand or a competent authority.

In any case, in accordance to the stipulations of the regulations in force, IISL will only communicate those data that are strictly necessary and the third parties may only treat the personal data for the accomplishment of the entrusted services.

Besides, the here-above mentioned cases, IISL will never communicate or transfer personal data to third parties.

1.8.- Responsibility of the User

The User guarantees he/she is of legal age or legally emancipated, completely capable and that the data provided to IISL are true, exact, complete and updated. At these effects, the User takes responsibility for the veracity of the communicated data and will keep the provided information conveniently updated, in accordance to his/her real situation. Likewise, and in case he/she does, he/she guarantees that he/she has informed the third parties from whom the information he/she has provided, before being included, about the extreme contents of this document.

1.9.- Which are your rights when you provide us your data?

You may write to OÑATI INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE SOCIOLOGY OF LAW, Avenida Universidad nr. 8 Apdo. 28 (20560 Oñati – Gipuzkoa) or send an email to, in both cases please refer to “Data Protection”, including a copy of your valid national identification document or passport, at any time and free of charge, to:

  • Revoke the given consents.
  • Obtain a confirmation about whether IISL is treating the personal data with responsibility.
  • Access your personal data.
  • Rectify incomplete of inexact data.
  • Request the cancelation of your data when these are not necessary for the goals they had been taken for anymore, among other reasons.
  • Obtain from IISL the limitation of the treatment of data when any of the conditions stipulated in the regulation of data protection has been accomplished.
  • Request the portability of your data.

We finally inform you that you may address the Spanish Agency of Data Protection and other competent public organizations for any complaint your may have as a result of the treatment of your personal data.

1.10.- Security

IISL will treat your data in strict confidentiality and privacy at any time in accordance to the stipulations of the regulation of application, taking into account all the technical and organisational measures needed to guarantee the safety of your data and to avoid these can be altered, lost or suffer any unauthorized treatment or access, being aware of the conditions of the technology, nature of the stored data and the risks they may be exposed to.

1.11. - Image rights and copyright

The Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law has several means of communication including: a web site, a virtual teaching environment using the Moodle platform, and social media. It uses all of these to support its teaching and research activities and to advertise the Institute. These media may be used to occasionally publish images of participants at IISL activities or work carried out by these people protected by copyright, as well as comments about programmes, courses or contributions made to discussions, work and comments on work.

Image rights are protected by article 18.1 of the Constitution and regulated by Organic Law 1/1982 of the 5th May referring to the right to honour personal and family privacy and also that image and copyright protection is guaranteed to the authors of all literary, artistic and scientific work thanks to national and international law, including the Spanish Copyright Act 22/1987 of the 22nd of November and consequent statutes.

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