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Information to the interested party on data protection

3.7. Origin

The data obtained is obtained from the following sources:

  • From the interested party himself.
  • Data provided by other Public Administrations.
  • From Private Entities.
  • From natural persons other than the interested party.
  • From public records.
  • From sources accessible to the public.

This data collection is carried out by legal mandate, either voluntarily or in the exercise of its functions via request.

The State Tax Administration Agency has no obligation to inform interested parties about the collection of data, based on article 14 of EU Regulation 2016/679, according to which, the information obligation will not apply, among others, in the following assumptions:

  • the collection or communication of the data is expressly provided for by Union or Member State law applicable to the controller or
  • where personal data must remain confidential on the basis of an obligation of professional secrecy governed by Union or Member State law, including an obligation of secrecy of a statutory nature.

In the case of the Tax Agency, the first assumption is included in articles 93 and 94 of the General Tax Law and the second assumption in article 95 of the General Tax Law, which establishes the reserved nature of data with tax significance.

In addition to what is described above, other treatments not associated with the management of the state tax and customs system are carried out, the origin of which is described in each of the processing activities of this type carried out by the AEAT and which are accessible in the registry of activities of treatment.

Record of processing activity