In accordance with Regulation UE 2016/679, the data collected will be treated by the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) in the treatment "Management of the Service of Publications and Scientific Exchange" with the purpose of "management of the authors and / or Managers and users of the monographic works and journals edited by the Publications and Scientific Exchange Service".
The person in charge of this treatment is the Vice-Rector for Communication, Culture and Services, whose contact details are Colexio de San Xerome, Praza do Obradoiro, s / n, 15782- Santiago de Compostela, mail: vr.comunicacion@usc.es, telephone 881 811 011.
The Delegate of Data Protection is José Julio Fernández Rodríguez, dpd@usc.es
The basis for justification of this treatment is the consent expressed by the interested people.
Interested people can exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of treatment, opposition and portability through the Electronic Office of the USC https://sede.usc.es/sede/publica/catalogo/procedemento/55/ver.htm
You can also contact the Spanish Agency for Data Protection to make the claim that you consider appropriate.
In the case of not providing consent, the data will not be processed, but the service cannot be offered.
The data will be kept during the period in which the purpose for which they were collected is accomplished, or the time necessary to comply with the legal obligations. Once the purpose is fulfilled, the data that is not part of the public service provision will be blocked until the applicable statute of limitations expires.

Surveys and questionnaires. Research surveys are defined as the processes of conducting research using questionnaires that are sent to respondents. The data collected from the surveys is statistically analyzed to draw meaningful research conclusions.
Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on the Protection of Personal Data and the Guarantee of Digital Rights requires compliance with a series of requirements in order to collect data or opinions from third parties.
If it is a personal data survey in which information that allows the participants to be identified is requested, the explicit consent of the respondent must be obtained. This can be easily done by inserting a question at the beginning of the survey that explains the type of data that will be collected and what it will be used for. If respondents agree to provide the information, they can continue to participate in the survey. If they do not consent, they can be sent to the end of the questionnaire where they can be thanked for their time.
If a survey is carried out anonymously, without reference to personal data, the EU Regulation 2016/679 on data protection does not apply.
In the event of processing personal data of the respondents, all the requirements contained in EU Regulation 2016/679 and Organic Law 3/2018 on Data Protection must be met.

The privacy and data protection policy of the USC can be consulted at http://www.usc.es/es/normativa/protecciondatos/Politica-privacidade.html