Spread the love


We, at  Amor Amor Swing Club , believe in the right relationships and, like any good partner, we want to be by your side. The protection of your personal data is important to us. Precisely for this reason, we want to make sure that the new European regulations (GDPR) are respected.

If you want to change the way and the ways in which we communicate with you for advertising purposes, based on your consent expressed in the past, please change them online with us on the website to update your communication preferences on the my account page on the website ul


Fundamental rights:

The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights  states that EU citizens have the right to the protection of their personal data.
Protection of personal data
The data protection legislative package adopted in May 2016 aims to prepare Europe for the digital age. Over 90% of Europeans say they want to have the same data protection rights everywhere in the EU and regardless of where the data is processed.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Regulation (EU) 2016/679
on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data
The Regulation is an essential step for strengthening the fundamental rights of citizens in the digital age and simplifying the rules for businesses in the digital single market. At the same time, this single package will end the current fragmentation and remove costly administrative burdens on businesses.
The Regulation entered into force on May 24, 2016 and will apply from May 25, 2018.

Directive Directive (EU) 2016/680
on the protection of natural persons regarding the processing of personal data by the competent authorities for the purpose of prevention, detection, the investigation or prosecution of crimes or the execution of sentences and regarding the free circulation of this data.
The directive protects citizens’ fundamental right to data protection whenever personal data is used by law enforcement authorities. It will in particular guarantee adequate protection of personal data of victims, witnesses and suspects and facilitate cross-border cooperation in the fight against crime and terrorism.
The directive entered into force on 5 May 2016, and member states must transpose it into their national legislation by 6 May 2018. National data

protection authorities

EU countries have established  national bodies  responsible for the protection of personal data, in accordance with Article 8 paragraph (3) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU.

European Data Protection Board

National supervisory authorities in the EU now collaborate in the Article 29 Working Party. The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) and the Commission are members of the Group. From 25 May 2018, the Article 29 Working Party will be replaced by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB). The EDPS has the status of an EU body with legal personality and has an independent secretariat.
The EDPS has extensive powers. He can rule on disputes between national supervisory authorities and provide advice and guidance on key concepts in the GDPR and the Police Directive.

Data protection in EU institutions and bodies

Regulation 45/2001
establishes the rules applicable to the processing of personal data by EU institutions and bodies. On 10 January 2017, the Commission presented a proposal to amend these rules to align them with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

European Data Protection Authority

The regulation on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data by the EU institutions established  the European Data Protection Authority (EAPD) . AEDP is an independent EU body responsible for monitoring the application of data protection rules within the European institutions and investigating complaints.  European Commission
Data Protection Officer
The European Commission has appointed a data protection officer who monitors the application of data protection rules within this institution. The data protection officer independently ensures the internal application of data protection rules, in cooperation with the European Data Protection Authority.


“Rights, equality and citizenship” program 2014-2020


Law: General data protection regulation – (EU) 2016/679
Directive (EU) 2016/680 on the protection of natural persons regarding processing of personal data
connected with criminal offenses or the execution of criminal penalties, and on the free movement of such data
Factsheet – How will the data protection reform help fight international crime?

Other links

2018 reform of EU data protection rules