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=== Facts ===
 
=== Facts ===
A worker of a clinic lodged a complaint with the Spanish DPA because their employer had used their image for advertisement purposes without consent. They had placed huge banners with it in a display window.  
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A worker of a clinic lodged a complaint with the Spanish DPA because they had used their image for advertisement purposes without consent. They had placed huge banners with it in a display window.
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They were on sight for more than a year, despite the worker's repetitive request, via different ways, for them to take it down.
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Such banners were, however, taken down after the worker made a notarial request. The clinic alleged, mainly, that the worker had signed an image rights transfer agreement previous to the display of the banner.
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=== Dispute ===
  
The banners were on sight for more than a year, despite the worker's repetitive request, via different ways, for them to take them down. 
 
  
Such banners were, however, taken down after the worker made a notarial request. The clinic alleged, mainly, that the worker had signed an image rights transfer agreement previous to the display of the banner.
 
 
=== Holding ===
 
=== Holding ===
 
The Spanish DPA held that the fact that the worker had signed an image rights transfer agreement previous to the display of the banner was considered as a legal basis for data processing. Hence, they did not find a violation of Article 6.  
 
The Spanish DPA held that the fact that the worker had signed an image rights transfer agreement previous to the display of the banner was considered as a legal basis for data processing. Hence, they did not find a violation of Article 6.  

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