Terms of access and use

1. TERMS

Family Farming Campaign suggests that you read the terms of this website (hereafter “Terms of Use”) which describe the terms and conditions applicable to all visitors to this website.

Since Family Farming Campaign may amend the terms of use, you are recommended to consult them periodically so that your information is up to date.

Family Farming Campaign does not guarantee that the website is available or operates continuously because that depends on the service providers but, as far as possible, it will provide prior notice of breaks in operation.

 

2. ACCESS TO THE WEBSITE

Users may access and use this website free of charge but that means that they must accept the Terms of Access and Use without reservation.

Users access www.familyfarmingcampaign.org entirely under their own responsibility. Users shall be responsible for access to and correct use of the website, subject to the legislation in force and to the principles of good faith, morality and public order and shall undertake to diligently observe any additional instructions for such use and access issued by Family Farming Campaign.

The sole purpose of the content and services to which you have access is to disseminate information on the activities conducted and products offered by Family Farming Campaign.

Family Farming Campaign assumes no liability, whether direct or indirect, for users’ misuse of the website or the services, content, links and hyperlinks included on the website; users shall be solely responsible for the consequences, damage or actions arising from their access to or use of the website or content on it.

Family Farming Campaign includes links on its website to other URLs purely for information and such inclusion does not mean that Family Farming Campaign recommends and/or guarantees such sites since it has no control over them and is not responsible for their content.

 

3. ACCURACY OF THE CONTENT

Family Farming Campaign shall use all the resources available to it to ensure that the information on its website is accurate and up to date but cannot guarantee that on a continuous basis.

Family Farming Campaign nevertheless reserves the right to amend and/or update the content of this website and the services on it, these Terms and all aspects of the design and configuration of its website at any time without prior notice.

Family Farming Campaign shall not accept responsibility for any discrepancies which may occur between the hard copies of its documents and the electronic version published on the website.

 

4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

All the content displayed on this website and related material belonging to Family Farming Campaign, particularly drawings, texts, graphics, logos, icons, buttons, software, trade names, trademarks, designs and other signs capable of being used industrially and commercially, are subject to the intellectual and industrial property rights of Family Farming Campaign or of third parties from whom permission has been duly acquired for their inclusion on this website.

Under no circumstances shall it be deemed that any licence has been granted or that a waiver, transfer or total or partial assignment of the aforementioned rights has been carried out or that any right or expectation of right has been conferred, and, in particular, any right of alteration, exploitation, reproduction, distribution or public communication of such content, without explicit prior authorization in writing by Family Farming Campaign or the relevant holders.

The insertion of a link on any other website to the Family Farming Campaign website shall require explicit prior authorization in writing by Family Farming Campaign.

Images appearing on the website in the form of photographs of the organisation, its personnel, other collaborators and/or members of Family Farming Campaign have been obtained with the relevant authorizations and consent and are protected by the legislation in force. The owner and beneficiary of those rights is Family Farming Campaign.

Users accept that access to this website and its content grants them no rights whatsoever to those images and no permission to alter or amend them, to exploit them, make inappropriate use of them or trade them or carry out any act of denigration, confusion or misappropriation of reputation or of unfair competition infringing intellectual property rights.

Users undertake to use the content of the website exclusively for personal purposes, not to circulate it on social networks, to make no commercial use of the content, directly or indirectly, and to abstain from any action affecting the image rights or the industrial property and/or intellectual property rights of the holders without the consent of Family Farming Campaign.

 

5. COMMITMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Family Farming Campaign undertakes to carry out no misleading advertising. Formal errors or alphanumeric errors occurring across various sections of the website shall not be regarded as misleading advertising in this connection.

Family Farming Campaign shall not be liable for any illegitimate use by unauthorised users of trade names, product names and trademarks which are not owned by Family Farming Campaign but appear on its website. Nor shall it be liable for the integrity, veracity and legality of the content of the links to websites accessible from the Family Farming Campaign website.

Family Farming Campaign undertakes not to forward advertising or promotional messages by e-mail or other equivalent electronic communication methods without identifying them as commercial communications and where they have not been requested or authorised by the recipients, as provided for in the legislation in force.

When browsing Family Farming Campaign pages, the browser may produce unexpected advertising in the form of pop-ups. Such pop-ups are most likely to have been produced by other websites you previously visited or by third-party programs installed on your devices. Family Farming Campaign does not recommend products or services appearing on the pop-ups on your screen as you browse its website nor is it responsible for their appearance.

 

6. PRIVACY POLICY

6.1. Controller

6.2. Purpose of processing

6.3. Legitimacy

6.4. Release or transfer

6.5. Users’ rights and complaint procedure

6.6. Provenance

6.7. Security measures

 

6.1. Controller

The Family Farming Campaign guarantees to protect the personal data voluntarily communicated by users by email, through filling in a data collection form, through entering into a contract or when using any other service involving the communication of data or access to data.

The RURAL FORUM shall process personal data in compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR) and with Law 3/2018 of 5 December 2018 on Protecting Data and Guaranteeing Digital Rights (LOPDGDD) and the implementing rules in force.

The Family Farming Campaign is making this policy public in order to comply with the principle of proactive responsibility and transparency of information and to demonstrate that it obtains the express consent of the data subject.

 

6.2. Purpose of processing

The personal data collected and processed by the Family Farming Campaign through this website, fairs, contracts, study days, newsletters and other routes shall be adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed, purposes which include but are not limited to the following:

₋ In the case of data collection forms, whether on the website or on paper, and other unspecified methods of voluntary provision of data, the purpose shall be to meet a specific request, such as a response to a query, a newsletter subscription or referral, registration for a study day, the dispatch of documentation and information relating to services and in all cases advertising communications.

₋ For service procurement: The purpose shall be to establish and maintain the contractual relationship established, in compliance with the nature and characteristics of the service procured, and to maintain records.

₋ Recruitment of employees and collaborators.

In all cases, personal data shall be retained in a form in which the data subjects can be identified only for as long as is necessary for the purposes of the processing. Such retention periods may be extended only for scientific or historical research purposes or for statistical purposes.

 

6.3. Legitimacy

The legal basis or legal ground for data processing by the Family Farming Campaign depends on the individual processing activities, the type of data subject and the purposes of the data processing; we therefore regard the following as legal grounds:

– Acceptance or consent: Data subjects who contact the Family Farming Campaign to request information, to make a query or to subscribe to information notes and newsletters, etc. and who voluntarily provide the personal data requested;

– Contract: For employees. Clients or suppliers who are receiving services from or providing services to the Family Farming Campaign give consent through entering into a contract.

– Overriding legitimate grounds of the controller or of third parties to whom it communicates data: Such legitimate grounds arise when contact data are collected which extend beyond the forms described in the section on the purpose of processing (for example, receipt of business cards, consultation by electronic mail).

In all instances, the data subject shall be responsible for the veracity of the data provided and the Family Farming Campaign shall retain the right to exclude all false or illegal data, without prejudice to any other actions that may arise in law.

The Family Farming Campaign would point out that, unless there is legally constituted representation, data subjects may not use the identity of another person or communicate that person’s personal data but must bear in mind at all times that the personal data they provide to the Family Farming Campaign must be their own data and must be adequate, relevant, up to date, accurate and true.

In this connection, data subjects shall be solely liable for the damage, direct and/or indirect, that they cause to third parties or to the Family Farming Campaign through the use of another person’s personal data or of their own personal data when they are false, erroneous, out of date, inadequate or irrelevant. Likewise, those who communicate the personal data of a third party shall be subject to the obligation to inform laid down in the GDPR for cases in which the personal data have not been obtained from the data subject and/or shall be liable for the consequences of not having provided the information.

The services provided by the Family Farming Campaign are intended for adults. The use of those services by minors must have been authorised beforehand by the child’s parents, guardians or legal representatives who are responsible for the actions of the minors in their charge.

 

6.4. Release or transfer

Release: The Family Farming Campaign shall release personal data to third parties solely to meet its contractual or legal obligations to service providers or public or private bodies. In such cases, the data subject consents to such release and may exercise the right to be informed of it.

International transfer: The Family Farming Campaign states that in the conduct of its activities it uses the services of providers to whom it communicates data (in their capacity as processors) who are domiciled outside the European Economic Area; it thus engages in international transfers of data.

The services used by this organisation and whose privacy policy can be consulted are as follows: Gmail, GoogleDrive, Slack, Acumbamail, Zoom, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Flickr, Linkedin and Pinterest.

All of these have entered into a Privacy Shield agreement vwww.privacyshield.gov

 

6.5. Users’ rights and complaint procedure

Users may at all times exercise their recognised rights over their personal data and may revoke their consent to the uses described above; they shall do so by making a request in writing either to the Family Farming Campaign’s postal address or by email to wrfsecretary@ruralforum.org; in either case they must include a photocopy of their national identity card or similar identity document in order to exercise their recognised rights which are as follows:

₋ Right of access: the right to know whether this organisation is processing their data

₋ Right to rectification: the right to have inaccurate personal data corrected

₋ Right to erasure: the right to have data erased in legally recognised cases

₋ Right to object: the right to have their personal data no longer processed other than on compelling legitimate grounds

₋ Right to restriction of processing: the Family Farming Campaign will retain data only for the exercise or defence of legal claims

₋ Right to data portability: If the data subjects wish to transmit their data to another controller, the Family Farming Campaign will facilitate the portability of those data to the new controller.

For further information on the exercise of these rights, you may consult the Spanish Data Protection Agency at www.aepd.es.

If you consider that the processing of your personal data is in violation of the rules, you may lodge a complaint:

– With the controllers at the Family Farming Campaign; or

– With the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (Spanish Data Protection Agency) at its postal address: C/ Jorge Juan, 6, C.P. 28001, Madrid (Spain).

The data to be processed by the Family Farming Campaign are those obtained in every case via the relevant questionnaire from the data subjects themselves.

 

6.6. Origin

The data that will be processed by Family Farming Campaign are those collected in each case by the corresponding questionnaire and come from the interested party.

 

6.7. Security measures

The personal data which have been supplied by or obtained from users and which are under the control of the Family Farming Campaign are organised in files which may or may not be automated and the Family Farming Campaign keeps a register of processing activities in accordance with the legislation in force.

In all of its data processing activities, the Family Farming Campaign implements the appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, availability, and resilience of the data processed and to ensure their security, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against loss, destruction or accidental damage.

 

7. USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS

For the dissemination of its activity and to achieve its corporate purpose, Family Farming Campaign uses various social networks and users’ access to and use of those networks require them to accept the networks’ terms of use. Family Farming Campaign would nevertheless inform users that:

The official Family Farming Campaign page on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and any other social network it uses belongs to Family Farming Campaign which is responsible for administering it.

Purely as an illustration, we would point out that on those social networks:

– Users have exclusive responsibility for the images, opinions, references and content of any kind which they communicate, host, transmit, make available or display via the official Family Farming Campaign page on the social networks used.

– Family Farming Campaign cannot be held responsible for content published by users, the consequences of which are entirely the responsibility of the originator.

– The privacy policy applied by Family Farming Campaign on the social networks is the same as the policy published in its own terms of use. Users must be aware that as well as registering on the relevant platform they accept the privacy police of that platform.