Privacy Policy

Responsible for Treatment:

Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga, with CIF: Q2918001E and postal address: Campus de Teatinos, Boulevard Louis Pasteur. 29071. Malaga.



At we treat the information obtained automatically according to the General Data Protection Regulation and the Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights.

The servers of our website will be able to automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet, which allows the subsequent processing of data in order to obtain only statistical measurements that allow knowing the number of visits made to web servers, the order of visits, access point, day, time … etc.


All this information is stored in the Registry of Treatment Activities Users of the faculty, the purpose of said treatment is to obtain statistical measurements.


It is done in compliance with legal obligations, to carry out self-interest.


The data obtained will be kept for the time necessary for statistical measurements or for the years necessary to comply with legal obligations.

International Communication and Transfer:

The data will not be transferred to third parties except in cases where there is a legal obligation and for the provision of the services offered, even if it has to be done and international data transfers are not foreseen.


You have the right to obtain confirmation about whether the Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga is treating your personal data, therefore you have the right to access your personal data, rectify inaccurate data or request its deletion when the data is no longer necessary, as well as the right to limitation or opposition to its treatment, portability of your data and withdraw the accepted consent to the processing of your data and even file a claim with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (


The EACEA is subject to Regulation 2018/1725, which lays down the data protection obligations for the EU institutions and bodies when they process personal data, and repeals Regulation (EC) 45/2001:

In accordance with Articles 14-16 of this Regulation, data subjects should be informed of the EACEA privacy statement, which provides relevant information about the conditions under which personal data is processed by the Agency. This also applies when personal data is eceived by the Agency but has not been submitted by the data subjects themselves, but by another person (as is the case for the individuals whose personal data is included in the CALESA reports submitted).

EACEA Privacy Statement: