AEPD - PS/00200/2020

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AEPD - PS/00200/2020
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Authority: AEPD (Spain)
Jurisdiction: Spain
Relevant Law: Article 6(1) GDPR
Article 83(2)(b) GDPR
Article 83(2)(g) GDPR
Ley Procedimiento Administrativo Común de las Administraciones Públicas
Type: Investigation
Outcome: Violation Found
Decided: n/a
Published: 26.08.2020 [[Category:]]
Fine: 3000 EUR
Parties: FEDERACIÓN DE BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN
National Case Number/Name: PS/00200/2020
European Case Law Identifier: n/a
Appeal: Not appealed
Original Language(s): Spanish
Original Source: AEPD (in ES)
Initial Contributor: Francesc Julve Falcó

The AEPD imposed a fine of 3000 euros on the FEDERACIÓN de BALONCESTO de CASTILLA y LEÓN for disseminating personal data without consent.

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Facts[edit | edit source]

The complainant sent a complaint to the FEDERACIÓN DE BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN and this organization shared his personal data without his consent.

On 30 August 2017, the complainant filed a complaint with the AEPD against the SPANISH FEDERATION OF BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN for the disclosure without consent of his personal data via the Internet and a newspaper.

It was demonstrated that the FEDERACION de BALONCESTO de CASTILLA Y LEÓN sent the document with the personal data of the claimant, and therefore it is responsible for the violation of confidentiality when sending this document with the personal data of the claimant to a newspaper.


Dispute[edit | edit source]

Does sharing a complainant's personal data without their consent a breach of Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR?

Holding[edit | edit source]

The AEPD considered that the conduct of the defendant's employees - sending personal data from a complaint - infringes Article 6 (1) GDPR, by unlawfully processing the complainant's personal data, in relation to Article 5 (1) (f) GDPR, which governs the principles of integrity and confidentiality of personal data, as well as the proactive responsibility of the data controller to demonstrate compliance. This is an infringement punishable under Article 83 (4) (a) GDPR.

Assessing the circumstances that modify the responsibility contemplated in Article 83 (2) GDPR, in this case, the aggravating circumstances for being a non-intentional but significant negligent action (Article 83 (2) (b) GDPR), and for being data known as basic personal identifiers such as name and address (83 (2) (g) GDPR.

The AEPD set the amount of the administrative fine at 3000€ (three thousand euros).


Comment[edit | edit source]

In the first place, the AEPD did not admit the complaint about processing, stating that the processing of the complainant's data relating to his status as a representative of a sports organization is outside the scope of application of the LOPD and, therefore, outside the scope of action of the AEPD. The complainant filed an administrative appeal with the Audiencia Nacional, a court that declared the previous resolutions of the AEPD null and void, and therefore the AEPD agreed to initiate preliminary investigation proceedings.

The defendant/sanctioned benefited from the reduction provided for in Article 85 of Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on the Common Procedure of Public Administrations. In fact, two reductions of 20% were applied to it: one for acknowledging his responsibility and the other for the voluntary payment prior to the resolution of the procedure.

Therefore, the initial penalty corresponded to EUR 5,000 and was reduced by 40%, resulting in a final figure of EUR 3,000.

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Procedure ID: PS/00200/2020
DECISION R/00384/2020 ON THE TERMINATION OF THE PROCEDURE FOR PAYMENT
VOLUNTEER
In the sanctioning procedure PS/00200/2020, conducted by the Agency
Spanish Data Protection Agency to FEDERACIÓN DE BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA
And LEÓN, having regard to the complaint submitted by A.A.A., and on the basis of the following
BACKGROUND
FIRST: On 11 August 2020, the Director of the Spanish Agency for
Data Protection agreed to initiate a sanctioning procedure to FEDERATION OF
BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN (hereinafter the claimed), by means of the
Agreement transcribed:
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Style ID: PS/00200/2020
AGREEMENT ON THE INITIATION OF DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS
Of the actions carried out by the Spanish Data Protection Agency
on the basis of the following
BACKGROUND
FIRST: On August 30, 2017, this Agency received a written
presented by A.A.A. (hereinafter, the complainant), against the DIARIO DE BURGOS and
BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN FEDERATION concerning dissemination No
consented to your data by third parties via the internet.
He states that the written material disseminated by the newspaper in all its formats and broadcast on networks
The name and surname of the complainant appears together with the number of
ID card as well as its heading and signature.
And, among other things, the following documentation is attached:
A copy of the news in printed format of the DIARIO DE BURGOS dated
***DATE.1 with the heading "***HOLDER.1" and containing a letter from the CLUB
BALONCESTO TIZONA to the FEDERATION OF BALONCESTO OF CASTILLA Y LEÓN
dated 18 July 2017 and containing the name of the complainant
together with your ID number and your signature or rubric.
Please provide a copy of the receipt dated 26 July 2017 at 12:20 pm
corresponding to one shipment.
Provides a screenshot of a mobile terminal with a message dated Wednesday
26 July, which includes a pdf document entitled "ESCRITO TIZONA".
It provides a screenshot of the news in diariodeburgos.es with date ***DATE.1 and
the initials B.B.B. next to the date. The headline of the news is "Tizona "entangled" on the
Miraflores" and where there is a copy of the letter sent by CLUB BALONCESTO
TIZONA to the FEDERATION OF BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN dated
18 July 2017 and which contains the name and surname of the complainant
together with your ID number and your signature or rubric.
SECOND: On September 12, 2017, after analyzing the documentation
The Director of the Spanish Agency for the Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs (AEMR)
Data Protection, agreeing to the filing of the complaint number E/05214/2017 The
the resolution was notified to the affected party on September 19, 2017, according to
receipt on file.
THIRD: On 29 September 2017 the person concerned lodged a written statement with
the corresponding Public Registry, being registered with the Agency on 2
October 2017, in which he claims that his personal data have been disclosed
such as those referring to name and surname and ID card in a non-consensual manner, which is contrary
to the LOPD.
FOURTH: On 30 October 2017, the Court of First Instance ruled that the appeal of
replacement -RR/00764/2017- brought by the complainant against the resolution of this
Agency issued on 12 September 2017, agreeing to close the complaint
number E/05214/2017.
In RR/00764/2017, the rejection of the complaint is justified
E/05217/2017, noting that the processing of the complainant's data linked to his
As a representative of a sporting body, it is outside the scope of application
of the LOPD and, therefore, of the scope of action of this AEPD.
FACTS
FIRST: The complainant lodges an administrative appeal with the Court
National, (Procedure CA/00004/2018), the court which declares the decisions of
This Agency, previously indicated, so that the Spanish Agency for the Protection of
Data agrees to the initiation of preliminary investigation proceedings, through the file
E/06605/2019.
SECOND: The Subdirectorate-General for Data Inspection carried out
a preliminary investigation into the facts in question, in
by virtue of the powers of investigation conferred on the supervisory authorities in Article
57.1 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation, in
hereinafter referred to as the GPRD), and in accordance with the provisions of Title VII, Chapter I, Section second, of Organic Law 3/2018, of 5 December, on Data Protection
Personal and guarantee of digital rights (hereinafter LOPDGDD).
THIRD: On 14 February 2020, the BALONCESTO FEDERATION OF
CASTILLA Y LEÓN sends this Agency the following information and statements:
1. That on 26 July 2017 they received a letter from the complainant in
as president of CB TIZONA, coinciding with that published in DIARIO DE
BURGOS.
2. That, in federal proceedings, in particular when the case to be decided concerns
a third party also belonging to the Federation itself, the
received to the other party to provide the documentation or information that
consider appropriate. In this case, the letter was delivered to the BC
MIRAFLORES on the same day 26th.
3. That, in relation to the messages transmitted with the diffusion of the writing, they do not have
constancy.
4. That they have no record that from any telephone line of the FEDERATION
OF BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN this document has been sent by
WhatsApp.
5. That they will schedule new training and awareness actions for the staff of
to maintain the due diligence practiced to date.
6. That they will provide training to the members of the Board of Directors in
data protection and will again send a reminder to clubs and individuals
The physical aspects of the different levels (referees and coaches) in this
same line.
FOURTH: On 17 February 2020, DIARIO DE BURGOS, S.A. refers to this
Agency the following information and events:
That on 26 July 2017 they published the news related to the
in both paper and digital media because of its public significance to
local and provincial level.
2. That the complainant is a public figure in the city of Burgos and the province
because it holds the ***CARGO.1 and also the ***CARGO.2 being its data
public personnel appearing on official public lists.
3. That the processing of the personal data of the complainant has been carried out in the
context of the publication of information considered to be of public relevance of
the news published in the territorial area where the news is produced.
4. Declares that:
"And it is the media that echoes, through information
received in the course of drafting and duly verified, of a paper submitted by
Mr A.A.A. himself related to the TIZONA BALONCESTO CLUB, is not a
within your personal sphere as a natural person and without
transcendence of any kind.
In addition, the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court and the Audiencia Nacional in infinity
of Judgments and the Constitutional Court itself have repeatedly affirmed the
the prevailing nature of the freedom of expression and information on
protection of personal data in this case of Mr. A.A.A., the right to
freedom of information is exercised by information professionals through
of an institutionalized vehicle for the formation of public opinions, such as
in this particular case, with the protection of these other rights being weakened
constitutional provisions of Article 20.4 EC on freedom of expression and
information when exercising in connection with matters that are relevant
public and social interest by a media outlet and concerns
truthful information. “
It, therefore, concludes that the information published is totally true, as well as
DIARIO DE BURGOS does not use the Whatsapp system to communicate or spread the news
or any other information, and that they have never disseminated or distributed such
news by Whatsapp unless unknown persons have taken a photograph of
the news published and disseminated by this medium and that in no way
responsible for the actions of others that have nothing to do with this means of
communication.
FIFTH: On 6 March 2020 a request for information was sent to CLUB
BASKETBALL MIRAFLORES, S.A.D.
Notification is made electronically through notific@. According to this system of
notification, the automatic refusal has taken place after ten days
natural since it was made available.
The postal address of the CLUB BALONCESTO MIRAFLORES, S.A.D. is checked and
is included in its privacy policy, being this the El Plantío Sports Centre (office on the
fencing room), C/Cascajera s/n, 09007, Burgos and joining the
entities investigated.
SIXTH: On 8 June 2020 a request for information was sent to CLUB
BASKETBALL MIRAFLORES, S.A.D.
The notification is made by postal mail and has the status "Returned to Origin by
Surplus (Not removed from office)" on 22/06/2020 at 08:10.
SEVENTH: On 30 June 2020 the postal address of CLUB is checked
BASKETBALL MIRAFLORES, S.A.D.:
consulted at www.rmc.es this is: C/ CASCAJERA S/N - POLIDEPORTIVO DE
"EL PLANTIO" BURGOS.
consulted at www.fbcyl.es this is: C/JUAN ALBARELLOS, 2-1º 09005 BURGOS.

LEGAL FOUNDATIONS
I
By virtue of the powers conferred on each authority by Article 58(2) of the GPRS
control, and in accordance with Articles 47 and 48.1 of the LOPDPGDD, the Director of
the Spanish Data Protection Agency is competent to resolve this
procedure.
II
Article 6.1 of the RGPD establishes the cases in which the following may be considered lawful
processing of personal data.
For its part, Article 5 of the RGPD establishes that personal data will be
"(a) processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner in relation to the data subject
("legality, fairness and transparency");
(b) collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and not treated
subsequently in a manner incompatible with those purposes; in accordance with Article 89,
paragraph 1, the further processing of personal data for archiving purposes in the interest
public, scientific and historical research or statistical purposes shall not be considered
incompatible with the initial purposes ("purpose limitation");
(c) adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for
those that are processed ("data minimization");
(d) accurate and, where necessary, updated; all measures shall be taken
to have personal data deleted or rectified without delay if they are
inaccurate with respect to the purposes for which they are intended ("accuracy");
(e) kept in a form which permits identification of the data subjects during
no longer than is necessary for the purposes of processing the personal data; the
personal data may be kept for longer periods provided that they are processed
exclusively for archiving purposes in the public interest, for scientific research purposes or
historical or statistical purposes, in accordance with Article 89(1), without prejudice
the implementation of the appropriate technical and organizational measures imposed by this
Regulation to protect the rights and freedoms of the data subject ("time limit
of conservation");
(f) processed in such a way as to ensure adequate security of the data
including the protection against unauthorized or unlawful processing and against
accidental loss, destruction, or damage, through the application of technical or
appropriate organizational arrangements ("integrity and confidentiality").
The controller shall be responsible for compliance with the provisions
in paragraph 1 and able to demonstrate it ("proactive responsibility")."
III
In accordance with the evidence available at present,
and without prejudice to the outcome of the investigation, it is deemed to be established that on 26
July 2017, the complainant submitted a brief containing his
name, surname, and ID card, in his capacity as a representative of the BALONCESTO CLUB
TIZONA, S.A.D. before the FEDERATION OF BALONCESTO OF CASTILLA AND LEÓN, and that
almost immediately upon its reception by the aforementioned federal body, began to
circulate on social networks.
It is also noted that on ***DATE.1, the DIARIO DE BURGOS published in its
print edition and in its digital formats the document in conflict with the data
personal of the claimant, after having been referred by the FEDERATION OF
CASTILLA Y LEÓN BASKETBALL.
With regard to the DIARIO DE BURGOS, it should be noted that in accordance with the
data protection regulations, the processing of personal data is considered lawful,
in particular where necessary for the satisfaction of legitimate interests pursued
by the data controller or by a third party, provided that such interests are not
the interests or the fundamental rights and freedoms of the person concerned which
require the protection of such data.
In relation to the dissemination of personal information in
communication, it should be noted that Article 20 of the Constitution
Spain protects, in particular, the right to freely express and disseminate
thoughts, ideas, and opinions by word, writing, or any other means of
reproduction and also the right to freely communicate or receive truthful information by
any media.
The case-law of the Constitutional Court tends to give a position
preferential to freedom of expression over other constitutional rights when
on the basis of the truthfulness of the information provided, the facts reported are
considered to be of public relevance. This relevance is projected not only on those who
public activity, but also in those who participate in events that
are considered to be of interest to citizens. Case law has also
determined that the discussion about the veracity of the published information is not
incompatible with the pre-eminence of the right to information over the right to
data protection.
The preferential value of freedom of expression and information reaches its
According to the Constitutional Court, when they are exercised by
information professionals by publishing information considered to be
public relevance through an institutionalized vehicle for opinion formation
This prevents this Agency from carrying out additional weightings of the
proportionality which, given its organic nature, would necessarily imply a
method of administrative control over the content of the information published
by means incompatible with our institutional system.
In relation to the publication of images in journalistic information, it is
It should also be noted that Organic Law 1/1982 of 5 May 1982 on the Protection of
Right to Honor, to personal and family privacy, and to one's own image, in its
Article 8(2) provides for certain limitations on the protection of these rights if the
The images shown were taken during a public event or in places open to the public
public. These limitations also extend to cases where the image of a
A particular person appears as merely incidental to a public event or occurrence
With regard to the origin of the published data, which may be different, it should
It should be noted that the means, in the exercise of their constitutional rights, are
entitled to exercise their right to non-disclosure of their sources, in accordance with
Article 20(d) of our Magna Carta, which recognizes the
right to professional secrecy for information professionals, in development of the
recognition provided for in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Human beings.
However, those concerned may exercise the right of withdrawal provided for in
data protection regulations, without prejudice to the rights granted by the aforementioned Law
Organic 1/1982, which can be exercised before the competent judicial body.
Those affected may also exercise, before the media, the
the law provided for in Organic Law 2/1984, of 26 March, regulating the right to
rectification referred to in article 85 of the Organic Law 3/2018, of 5
December, on Personal Data Protection and guarantee of digital rights, and that
is outside the remit of this Agency.
V
In relation to the FEDERATION OF BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN
it is noted that they sent the letter with the complainant's personal data to
DIARIO DE BURGOS, and is therefore responsible for the violation of the
confidentiality by sending this document with the claimant's personal data to the
newspaper, and is therefore considered to have violated Article 6.1 by a
unlawful processing of the claimant's personal data, in relation to article 5.1 f)
of the RGPD, which governs the principles of integrity and confidentiality of personal data,
as well as the proactive responsibility of the controller to demonstrate his
compliance.
VI
Article 72.1.b) of the LOPDGDD states that "in accordance with the
Article 83(5) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 is considered very serious and will be prescribed to
three years for infringements involving a substantial breach of the articles
mentioned in that one and, in particular, the following:
b) The processing of personal data without any of the following conditions
the lawfulness of processing laid down in Article 6 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679
VII
Article 58(2) of the GPRS provides: "Each supervisory authority
shall have all of the following corrective powers listed below:
(b) sanction any controller or processor with a warning
where processing operations have infringed the provisions of this
Regulation;
(d) instruct the controller or processor to ensure that the processing operations
treatment in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, where appropriate, of
in a certain way and within a specified time frame;
(i) impose an administrative fine in accordance with Article 83, in addition to or instead of
the measures referred to in this paragraph, according to the circumstances of each case
particular;
VIII
This offense is punishable by a fine of up to EUR 20 000 000 or
in the case of a company, an amount equivalent to a maximum of 4% of the volume
In the present case, we are dealing with unintentional but significant negligent action (Article 83(2)(b))
Basic personal identifiers are affected, according to the
83.2g)
Therefore, on the basis of the above,
By the Director of the Spanish Data Protection Agency,
IT IS AGREED:
FIRST: Initiate disciplinary proceedings against the FEDERATION OF
BALONCESTO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN, with NIF G09103458, in accordance with
provided for in Article 58(2)(b) of the GPRD, for the alleged infringement of Article 6 of the
RGPD, as defined in Article 83.5(a) of the RGPD in relation to Article 72.1(b) of the
LOPDGDD.
SECOND: To appoint R.R.R. as instructor and H.S.S. as secretary, indicating that
any of them may be challenged, where appropriate, in accordance with the provisions of
Articles 23 and 24 of Law 40/2015 of 1 October on the Legal Regime of the Sector
Public (LRJSP).
THIRD: TO INCORPORATE into the sanctioning file, for evidential purposes, the
complaint by the claimants and their documentation, the documents
obtained and generated by the Subdirectorate General for Data Inspection during the
of investigations, as well as the report of previous Inspection actions.
FOURTH: THAT for the purposes provided in Article 64.2 b) of Law 39/2015, of 1 October
of the Common Administrative Procedure of Public Administrations, the sanction that
5,000 (five thousand euros) without prejudice to the outcome of the
of instruction.
of total annual business for the previous financial year, opting for the highest
the amount, in accordance with article 83.5 of the RGPD.
It is also considered that the penalty to be imposed should be graduated in accordance with
the following criteria set out in Article 83.2 of the GPRS:
The following are aggravating factors:
FIFTH: TO NOTIFY THIS AGREEMENT TO THE BALCONY FEDERATION OF
CASTILLA Y LEÓN, with NIF G09103458 giving you a ten-day hearing
to formulate the allegations and submit the evidence it considers
convenient. In your pleading, you must provide your VAT number and the number of
the procedure set out in the heading of this document.
If you do not make representations on this initiating agreement within the stipulated time limit, the
The same may be considered as a motion for a resolution, as set out in Article
64.2.f) of Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on the Common Administrative Procedure of
Public Administration (LPACAP).
In accordance with Article 85 of the LPACAP, if the
penalty to be imposed other than a fine may acknowledge its responsibility within the time limit
granted for the purpose of making representations on this initiating agreement; this will
and a 20% reduction in the penalty to be imposed at present
procedure. With the application of this reduction, the penalty would be set at
4000 (four thousand euros), the procedure being resolved with the imposition of this
sanction.
Similarly, at any time prior to the resolution of this
the procedure, to carry out the voluntary payment of the proposed penalty, which will
reduction of 20% of its amount. With the application of this reduction, the sanction
would be set at EUR 4000 (four thousand euros), and its payment would imply the termination of the
procedure.
The reduction for the voluntary payment of the penalty is cumulative with the one
is to be applied for the recognition of responsibility, provided that this
recognition of responsibility is shown within the time allowed
to make representations on the opening of the proceedings. The voluntary payment of the
amount referred to in the previous paragraph may be made at any time prior to
resolution. In this case, if both reductions are to be applied, the amount of the penalty
would be set at 3000 euros (three thousand euros).
In any case, the effectiveness of either of the two reductions mentioned
shall be conditional upon the withdrawal or waiver of any action or remedy in the
the administrative sanction against the sanction.
If you choose to make a voluntary payment for any of the
4,000 or 3,000, you must pay it
by depositing it in the account nº ES00 0000 0000 0000 0000 opened in the name of
the Spanish Data Protection Agency in the CAIXABANK, S.A. Bank, indicating in
the concept the reference number of the procedure in the heading of
this document and the reason for the reduction in the amount it covers.
You must also send proof of payment to the Subdirectorate General of
Inspection to continue the procedure in accordance with the quantity
entered.
The procedure will last a maximum of nine months from the
date of the agreement to initiate or, where appropriate, the draft agreement to initiate. Once has passed.
that time limit will expire and, consequently, the proceedings will be discontinued
in accordance with the provisions of Article 64 of the LOPDGDD
Finally, it should be noted that in accordance with Article 112.1 of the
LPACAP, there is no administrative remedy against this act.
Mar Spain Martí
Director of the Spanish Data Protection Agency
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 SECOND: On August 22, 2020, the claimant paid the
3,000 by making use of the two reductions provided for
in the above-transcribed agreement, which implies the recognition of the
responsibility.
THIRD: The payment made, within the period granted to make representations to
the opening of the procedure entails the waiver of any action or appeal in
administrative sanction and recognition of responsibility in relation to
the facts referred to in the Home Agreement.
LEGAL FOUNDATIONS
I
By virtue of the powers conferred on each authority in Article 58(2) of the GPRS
control, and in accordance with Article 47 of Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December
December, on the Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights (en
hereinafter LOPDGDD), the Director of the Spanish Data Protection Agency
is competent to penalize infringements committed against it
Regulations; infringements of Article 48 of Law 9/2014 of 9 May, General
of Telecommunications (hereinafter referred to as LGT), in accordance with the
article 84.3 of the GLT, and the offenses defined in articles 38.3 c), d) and i) and
38.4 d), g) and h) of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on the services of the company
information and electronic commerce (hereinafter referred to as the ISESA), as provided for in Article
43.1 of said Law.
II
Article 85 of Law 39/2015 of 1 October on Administrative Procedure
Commonwealth of Independent States (hereinafter LPACAP), under the heading
"Termination in sanctioning proceedings" provides the following:
"1. A sanctioning procedure has been initiated if the offender acknowledges his
responsibility, the procedure may be terminated with the imposition of the penalty
as appropriate.
2. When the sanction is sole of a pecuniary nature or when it fits
impose a financial penalty and a non-pecuniary penalty but it has been justified
the unsuitability of the second, voluntary payment by the alleged perpetrator, in
any time before the resolution, will imply the termination of the procedure,
except as regards the restoration of the altered situation or the determination of
compensation for damages caused by the commission of the infringement.
3. In both cases, when the sanction is solely of a pecuniary nature,
the body competent to decide on the procedure shall apply reductions of, at
less 20% of the amount of the proposed penalty, which may be cumulated
each other. These reductions must be determined in the notification of
initiation of the procedure and its effectiveness shall be conditional upon the withdrawal or
waiver of any action or appeal in administrative proceedings against the sanction.
The percentage of the reduction provided for in this paragraph may be increased
by regulation.
In accordance with the above,
the Director of the Spanish Data Protection Agency RESOLVES:
FIRST: TO DECLARE the termination of procedure PS/00200/2020, of
in accordance with Article 85 of the LPACAP.
SECOND: NOTICE this resolution to the BALONCESTO FEDERATION
OF CASTILE AND LION.
In accordance with the provisions of Article 50 of the LOPDGDD, this
The decision will be made public after it has been notified to the interested parties.
Against this resolution, which puts an end to the administrative procedure as prescribed by
Article 114.1.c) of Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on Administrative Procedure
The persons concerned may lodge an appeal with the
administrative litigation before the Administrative Chamber of the
Audiencia Nacional, in accordance with Article 25 and paragraph 5 of
the fourth additional provision of Law 29/1998 of 13 July 1998, regulating
Contentious-Administrative Jurisdiction, within two months from
the day following notification of this act, as provided for in Article 46(1) of the
referred to Law.
Mar España Martí
Director of the Spanish Data Protection Agency