Detailed information regarding the take part form

Data Controller

  • Senate
  • Postal address: calle Bailén, 3. 28071 Madrid
  • Telephone: 91 538 15 18; 91 538 18 52
  • Email:

Data Protection Officer

  • Head Lawyer at Senate’s Legal Consultancy
  • Postal address: calle Bailén, 3. 28071 Madrid
  • Telephone: 91 538 19 00
  • Email:



  • The Senate processes personal data for the purposes of facilitating participation and the formulation of suggestions and complaints, and for obtaining statistical data on them.
  • The processing of personal data will be restricted to the minimum that is essential to meeting the abovementioned purpose.
  • Personal data will not be processed in any way that is incompatible with said purpose or for the adoption of automated decisions, including profiling.


  • Personal data will be deleted within five years of receiving the written correspondence, under the terms established by the Senate Document Evaluation Committee.


  • In compliance with the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority (article 6.1.e. of the GDPR).
  • Senate Service Charter (section 4).
  • The personal data contained in the request are mandatory.


  • Personal data will not be disclosed or used for advertising.
  • International data transfers will not be effected, nor will automated profiling be undertaken.


Data subjects are entitled to obtain confirmation regarding whether or not the Senate is processing their data.

Data subjects are vested with the following rights:

  • To request access to their personal data.
  • To request the rectification of inaccurate data, or the erasure of said data where they are no longer necessary to the purposes for which they were collected.
  • In specific circumstances they may request the processing of their data to be restricted, in which case such data will solely be stored for the exercise or defence of claims.
  • In specific circumstances and due to reasons related to their particular situation, they may object to processing.

Data subjects are provided with forms for the purposes of exercising their rights.

In the event of not agreeing with the response given to their request, they may lodge a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) and seek the enforcement of their rights through the administrative litigation courts.