You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority in case of a violation of data protection rules. The data protection authority is the national data protection officer in the relevant state in which our company is based. Data protection and data protection are situations in which they apply individually, but as explained above, they are not mutually exclusive. Often both apply at the same time: a situation can raise both privacy and data protection issues, as in the case of Google Spain. Part of the explanation for why this is so often the case is that one of the objectives of data protection is privacy. If this function is compromised, privacy and data protection apply. In addition, the amount of digital data continues to increase and the privacy of individuals is increasingly online. As a result, privacy-triggering situations will increasingly have an element of data protection. This is very clear in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice, where the two concepts are getting closer and closer, in the form of references to the `right to privacy with regard to personal data`. However, privacy and data protection are not the same and should not be used interchangeably.