Confidentiality Policy and Data Protection

In the view of the coming into effect of:

a). Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council dated 25.05.2018 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter referred to as the Regulation)

b). and the national legislation, Law no. 190/2018 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”),

The Parliamentary Cabinet Oana Bîzgan (hereinafter called the “Cabinet”), as an active participant in the Romanian political life, commits to respect the principles of processing the personal data of the persons concerned and its obligations incumbent upon the Regulation as well as the Law.

Thus, the Cabinet provides you with this information regarding the processing of personal data collected on this website in order to ensure the transparency of the online activities that the Cabinet performs.

The Cabinet is committed to a safe and responsible management of personal data and to transparency in associated processes. Therefore, the Cabinet wants to ensure an informed use of the website, informing the public through this page how the personal data of visitors to the website is used.

The Cabinet hereby informs you that your personal data is collected and used in a very small proportion. The security and privacy of your data is very important to us. Thereby, as a fundamental principle, your information is never sold or leased by the Cabinet to third parties.

We only share your personal data to third parties in case of a legal obligation to do so. All of the Cabinet staff and External Service Providers working with the Cabinet, as long as they process your personal data, are contractually required to treat your data confidentially and process them only within the scope of their duties and only for the purpose we informed you we will use them, keeping the meaning of the agreement you gave to the Cabinet.

  1. The Operator – Authorized Entity (Contact)

If you have any questions about data protection, you want to exercise your rights or claims regarding your personal data, please contact:

  • The Operator: Parliamentary Cabinet Oana Bîzgan (“Cabinet”)
  • Contact address: 3 Intrarea Armaşului St., 2nd apt., 1st District, Bucharest
  • Responsible for the protection of personal data: Chiru Florentina
  • Email address:


  1. The Definition of personal data

Personal data is the data that can be associated with a person. According to the Regulation, personal data iare, for instance, the name, address, e-mail address and telephone number. There are also categories of technical information (example: IP address) that may represent personal data in some specific cases.

Considering the issues mentioned in the previous paragraph, we inform you that, for technical reasons, some specific data is automatically collected once you visit the Cabinet website (example: IP address) that your Internet Provider assigns to your computer on Internet connection, or information about the website you visited on the Cabinet website or web browser you are using (technical information).

This technical information may also be personal data, but only in individual and isolated cases. As a rule, we use technical information in the most common cases only to the extent that they are required for technical reasons for operating the Cabinet’s website and protecting it from attacks and abuses.

Also, this technical information is also used for statistical purposes, but in pseudonymous or anonymous form.


  1. How we use your data and the purpose of processing

We use your data only in accordance with the applicable legal provisions and with the data protection guidelines in order to be able to contact you and inform you of the present and future projects, events and actions of the Cabinet.


  1. Data collected through online forms and subscription to the newsletter

We use your data only if we have your consent and only in the sense that you have expressed your consent.

We collect only the necessary data for legitimate communication with you and have undertaken the technical measures to provide you safe navigation on the Cabinet website and to collect only those data that use the specific purpose and objectives of the Cabinet.

Below, we have detailed the main types of data we collect and how we use them later:

a). Email address and preference for signing up to the Cabinet Newsletter

If you provide the Cabinet your email address, we will use it to send you emails in response to your requests and suggestions or emails to inform you about the current actions and activities of the Cabinet.

If you have expressed your wish to receive the Newsletter of the Cabinet, we will use the email address you filled in to send you regular information on the Cabinet’s work.

The Cabinet uses the service to send the newsletter and to manage the e-mail database. For more information, please see the Privacy Policy of

You can unsubscribe anytime from the Cabinet Newsletter by sending an email with the subject “Unsubscribe” to the email address, and we assume the obligation to implement your request within 48 working hours from the moment we received your email.

b). Name and surname

If you have provided to the Cabinet your name and surname, we will use them to personalize the emails you receive from the Cabinet.

c). Phone number

If you sent the Cabinet the telephone number, we will use it to contact you about the requests, proposals or information you have submitted to us for the purpose of resolving, adopting and / or communicating them in the context of the Cabinet’s initiatives or actions to which you can participate and / or the current work of the Cabinet.

d). County and City of Residence

If you provided to the Cabinet your County and / or City of Residence, we use this data to understand the relevance of your geographic location to the Cabinet’s work and the possibility of your involvement in the actions it carries out.

e). Competencies and available time

If you have provided the Cabinet with your skills and available time in the application form to become a volunteer in the Cabinet’s activity, we use this data to understand the contribution you can make to Cabinet projects and the time you can spend on volunteering.

f). Browser / IP / device data

If you have agreed to collect the Browser, IP, and / or Device details in the technical systems used by the Cabinet, we use this data to determine how you use the Cabinet’s website, so that we make the necessary changes to make it easier for you to find the information you are looking for.


  1. Sharing personal data

The Cabinet has never sold and will never sell personal data to third parties.

The only entities that have access to user data on the Cabinet’s website are the Cabinet staff and the external service providers specific to and necessary to the Cabinet’s work (example: communication agencies) with which we collaborate on contracts containing privacy clauses in accordance with laws in force.

In exceptional cases and only on the basis of formal and legally legitimate requests, public institutions applying the law in Romania may request and will have access to this information.

  1. Users’ rights on their personal data

The main rights you have in the context of collecting and processing your personal data are:

  • The right to be informed about how your data is collected and used;
  • The right to access the data we have about you;
  • The right to ask for the rectification of the data we have about you;
  • The right to ask for the deletion of the data we have about you;
  • The right to ask you to stop sending marketing messages to you;
  • The right to request the transmission of your personal data to you or to another operator;
  • The right to submit to the competent authorities a complaint about the use of your data.


  1. Explaining the users’ rights on their personal data

You may refuse to have your data used any time for the purposes of communication, promotion, market research and opinion polling, or disagree with the use of your data in the future. You can send us the refusal or disagreement by email to

To the extent that you receive communications and marketing materials by email (for example, newsletter) from the Cabinet, you can exercise your right of opposition or deletion by following the instructions in that email or by sending an email with the subject “Unsubscribe” to email

Please understand that the implementation of your refusal / withdrawal from the technical systems managed by the Cabinet requires time. Therefore, until further notice, you may receive further messages from the Cabinet. The deadline for settling your application is 30 calendar days. This period may be extended by two months where necessary, taking into account the complexity and the number of applications. The Cabinet, as an operator, will inform you of any such extension within one month of receipt of the request, giving you the reasons for the delay.

In so far as we process your personal data, you have the right to be informed about the purposes of the processing, the categories of processed personal data, the recipient of such personal data, the duration of the storage, your rights, the origin of the personal data and the existence of a automated decision-making methods. This information is free of charges.

You are entitled to request the rectification of erroneous or incomplete personal data that concerns you. You have the right to request the deletion of personal data concerning you insofar as the data processing has been unlawfully performed and there are no legal obligations on the part of the Cabinet to contravene a deletion.

You are entitled to request that you restrict your data processing as you deem necessary.

You are entitled to request the submission of your data, which you have sent to the Cabinet in a well-structured, customary and legible format. You have the right to data portability, which means that personal data is transmitted by the Cabinet directly to another operator (similar to the specific) as far as technically possible.

You have the right to file a complaint with the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Collection, 28-30 G-ral. Gheorghe Magheru Blvd, 1st District, postal code 010336, Bucharest, Romania if your rights to data protection were violated.


  1. Modification of this data protection information

As we seek to respect the legality of personal data processing and not to prejudice your rights recognized by law, updating of this data protection information may become necessary. That is why we recommend that you periodically update the changes in this section of the site.

Update Status: August 2018.