New Member Form
Reasons why to become a member
Why do we need you to become a member?
In order for Ius to be successful in its mission, it needs to count on the support of a large base of members, since they can help not only to identify the unlawful behavior of the companies but also to contribute with ideas for the improvement of consumer rights and representation. A larger number of members will allow Ius to be more acknowledgeable with the several public authorities, thus giving us the possibility to participate in specific initiatives designed to help protect consumers, for instances Ius can only legally act in other jurisdictions if it has a certain minimal number of members. In short, by becoming our member, you are already contributing to the protection of consumers rights in the European Union.
Why should you become a member?
Becoming an Ius Omnibus member is completely free way to help the protection of consumers rights in the European Union. Every year, hundreds of consumer protection infractions that affect consumers across the EU are detected, so, Ius’ goal is to end this illicit behavior and compensate the consumers that were harmed by them. By being our member, you will be kept informed of legal claims being brought by Ius and its developments, some of which can benefit you. You are also in a privileged position to present ideas and hel direct Ius’ action towards the issues it deems most important and which affect consumers most significantly.
What are we going to do with your personal information and why do we need it?
Your personal data is used exclusively to subscribe you to Ius’ mailing list, in order to keep you updated regarding the legal claims brought by us, to invite you to Ius Omnibus General Assembly Meetings, and to inform you about upcoming opportunities to protect and defend your rights as a consumer. We take very seriously the protection of your personal information. We will never trade it with another entity unless specifically authorized by you. Finally, we would like to emphasize that Ius will never ask you for money or sell you any type of product or service.
What do I do if I want to become a Ius Omnibus member but don’t have European citizenship or residency?
If you do not have European citizenship or residency you can still submit the membership form on this page. Ius Omnibus will give you the status of ‘Honorary Member’ instead of the status of ‘Member’ as set out in paragraph 1, article 6 of the Ius Omnibus Statues which you can also find on this website.
Purpose of Treatment
Pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016) and Law No. 58/2019, of 8 August (Law 58 / 2019), the Ius Omnibus Association processes personal data that are appropriate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purpose for which they are processed, in accordance with the principles of purpose limitation and data minimization. The Ius Omnibus Association treats the personal data provided upon registration as a member only for the purpose of administering and managing the relationship between the Association and the Member.
In accordance with the provisions of article 21 (1) of Law 58/2019, the personal data of the Members will be kept by the Ius Omnibus Association, only as long as the relationship between the Association and the Member is maintained. After this period, the data will still be kept for the time necessary to comply with inherent legal and contractual obligations and when its preservation is necessary to guarantee the exercise of the resulting rights and duties.
Security of Personal Data
Under the terms of article 32 of the GDPR, the Ius Omnibus Association guarantees that applies the appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the security and confidentiality of the personal data liable to processing and that regularly reviews and improves these measures, in order to reflect any legal developments and in available technology.
Rights of Data Holders
Pursuant to Articles 12 to 20 of the GDPR and Law 58/2019, Members have the right of access to personal data concerning them, the right to rectify or delete such data, the right to limit and oppose processing and the right to data portability. To do so, it is sufficient that members express this wish by writing, indicating the subject “AIO – Personal Data Privacy”, through the following contacts:
Address: Association Ius Omnibus, Second Home Lisboa – Mercado da Ribeira, Av. 24 de Julho, 1200-479 Lisboa, Portugal
Right of Complaint
The Personal Data Holder is entitled to file a complaint to the National Personal Data Control Authority, the National Data Protection Commission.