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I. Regulatory Framework
In compliance with the provisions of the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties published in the Official Gazette of the Federation ("DOF") on July 5, 2010 (the "Law"), its Regulations published in the DOF on December 21, 2011 (the "Regulations") and the Privacy Notice Guidelines published in the DOF on January 17, 2013 (the "Guidelines" and together with the Law and the Regulations, the "Ordinances"), (the "Responsible") issues this privacy notice (the "Privacy Notice") that contains the policy under which the personal data (the "Personal Data") of natural persons ( the “Holders”), in accordance with what is established in section V.
The objective of this Privacy Notice is to define the scope and general conditions of the processing of Personal Data and inform the Holders, so that they are able to make informed decisions about the use of their Personal Data and to maintain control and provision on them. Likewise, the Privacy Notice allows the Responsible to make said treatment transparent and thereby strengthen the level of trust of the Holders.
III. Identity and address of the person in charge
(trade name Aloinfousa ) has its
Address: 11924 Forest Hill Blvd 10A277Suite 10A # 277 , Wellington, Florida 33414, United States
(the "Address to hear and receive notifications") and has the Phone: +1 (561) 922-8934 , as well as at the email at email@example.com
IV. Personal data that will be processed
In order to comply with this section, based on the twenty-second article of the Guidelines, the Responsible Party will comply with its obligation to indicate the Personal Data that will be processed, identifying the categories thereof.
Categories of Personal Data:
a) General: All those that allow the Holder to be identified.
b) Location: All those that allow the Holder to be located, as well as the location of the goods that, where appropriate, are given as collateral.
c) Patrimonial and financial: All those that allow knowing the economic or financial situation of the Holder.
Within the categories of Personal Data that will be processed, there are no sensitive Personal Data, understood as those that affect the most intimate sphere of the Holder, or whose improper use may give rise to discrimination or entail a serious risk for it.
V. Purposes of the processing of personal data
The Responsible will treat the Personal Data of Holders (including, where appropriate, representatives) for the following purposes, which give rise to and are necessary for the existence, maintenance and fulfillment of the legal relationship between the Responsible and the Holder that is reached to create:
1. Authenticate and corroborate the existence of the Holder, and that of the information provided for the execution of legal or commercial instruments.
2. Periodically evaluate the possibility of entering into a contract for the sale, supply and/or lease of hardware or software products and other personal property, and/or the provision of services with the Holder.
3. Analyze and/or verify and/or corroborate that the Holder has the capacity and sufficient powers to sign a contract with the Responsible.
4. Analyze and/or verify and/or corroborate that the Holder has the solvency and economic capacity to meet the payment obligations resulting from the contracts signed with the Responsible.
5. If applicable, the execution of the respective contract or legal act, as well as the signing of its annexes or accessory instruments to said legal relationship.
6. Manage, where appropriate, the records and/or formalizations of the legal acts entered into.
7. Demand compliance with the obligations in charge of the Holder derived from the contracts that are signed.
8. Modify, where appropriate, the aforementioned contracts.
9. Maintain the communication that is necessary to achieve the object of the contracts in which the corresponding legal relationship is stated.
10. Exercise the corresponding judicial or extrajudicial actions to enforce the rights or enforce the obligations derived from the signing of the corresponding contracts.
11. Assign or transfer in favor of holding companies, affiliates or subsidiaries that are part of the same economic group as the Responsible, through any legal form, the rights and/or obligations derived from the aforementioned contracts, as established in them.
12. Generate and maintain the registration and customer databases.
13. Allow the Controller to contact the Holders who are users of the services offered by the Controller and Holders who are potential clients, when this is necessary to complete the contracting procedures. Likewise, the Responsible Party will use the Personal Data obtained to (i) provide an efficient service; (ii) inform the Holders about new products or services that are related to the one contracted or acquired by them; (iii) comply with obligations contracted with clients; (iv) inform about changes in the products or services offered by the Responsible, and (v) provide better user service.
SAW. Personal data transfers
VI.1. Third party recipients or recipients
The treatment that the Responsible carries out of the Personal Data may involve the national or international transfer of these. By virtue of the foregoing, the third-party recipients or recipients of Personal Data are established below, indicating their type, category or sector of activity:
a) Notaries Public.
b) Controlling companies, affiliates or subsidiaries of the National or Foreign Responsible.
c) Authorities before which the Responsible is obliged in terms of law.
VI.2. Purposes that justify transfers of personal data
The purposes that justify the transfer of Personal Data are:
Those provided for in numerals 5, 6, and 11 of section V of this Privacy Notice.
VII. Means and procedure for the exercise of rights of access, rectification, cancellation or opposition
In accordance with the Codes, the Holder, by his own right or through his legal representative, may request the Responsible at any time for access, rectification, cancellation or opposition (“ARCO Rights”) regarding the Personal Data that concerns him. 1. Access. You will be able to verify the Personal Data that the Responsible has, which will be made available to you either through physical copies, electronic documents or by any other means indicated by the Responsible in terms of the Laws or that you indicate in your request. to be contacted. 2. Rectification. In the event that the Responsible Party has inaccurate or incomplete Personal Data, you may request the total or partial modification of the same, as long as you present the supporting document with which you prove the error or the change in them. 3. Opposition. You will have the right at all times and for legitimate reasons in accordance with the Law, to oppose the partial or total treatment of your Personal Data collected, being able to indicate specific cases or situations for such opposition. 4. Cancellation. You may request the Controller to cancel the processing of your Personal Data collected if you consider that they are not required for any of the purposes indicated in this Privacy Notice or are being used for purposes that have not been consented to. The request must be made by means of a free letter addressed to the "Legal Area" of the Responsible Party and must contain and accompany the following: (i) the Holder's name and address or other means to communicate the response to his request; (ii) a copy of the Holder's identification document, as well as the original of the same for comparison or, where appropriate, in the case of the Holder's representative, in addition to the above (Identification of the Holder), the documents that prove the identity of the representative, as well as the public instrument or power of attorney signed before two witnesses, stating the powers granted, or declaration in personal appearance of the Holder; (iii) clear and precise description of the Personal Data with respect to which one seeks to exercise any of the ARCO Rights, and (iv) any other element or document that facilitates the location of the Personal Data. Said request must be submitted at the Address to hear and receive notifications or by email addressed to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org , provided that the duly certified electronic instruments are presented that replace the identification of the Holder or, where appropriate, of your representative. The exercise of the ARCO Rights will be free, and the Holder must cover only the costs of shipping, reproduction (simple copy) and, where appropriate, certification of documents. However, if the same Holder reiterates his request in a period of less than 12 (twelve) months, the costs will be the equivalent of 3 (three) times the Unit of Measurement and Update, unless there are substantial modifications to the Privacy Notice that motivate further inquiries.
The Responsible Party will inform the Owner within a maximum period of 20 (twenty) days from the date on which the corresponding ARCO Right request was received, the determination adopted so that, if appropriate, it becomes effective within within 15 (fifteen) days following the date on which the response is communicated. The term may be extended only once for an equal period, provided that the Responsible Party justifies the extension to the Holder, which must be notified within the same term. For this purpose, the Responsible will note in the acknowledgment of receipt delivered by the Holder the corresponding date of receipt.
The term indicated in the previous paragraph will be interrupted in the event that the Responsible requires additional information from the Holder, by virtue of the fact that the information originally delivered is insufficient or erroneous to meet the request, or the aforementioned documents are not accompanied. For this purpose, the Responsible Party may require the Holder, once and within 5 (five) days following receipt of the request, to provide the elements or documents necessary to process it, counting, for its part , the Holder with 10 (ten) days to meet the request, counted from the day after he received it. If the Holder does not respond within said period, the corresponding request will be deemed not submitted. On the contrary, in the event that the Owner meets the request for information, the term for the Responsible Party to respond to the request will begin the day after the Owner has met the request for additional information.
The answers that the Responsible grants to the Holders who have exercised their ARCO Rights, will be made by the same means in which the request is formulated,
When the access to the Personal Data is on site, the Responsible will grant the Holder a period of 15 (fifteen) days so that he can present himself to consult them. After this period, without the Holder having attended, it will be necessary to submit a new application.
When the Controller denies the exercise of any of the ARCO rights, he must justify his response, informing the Owner of the right that assists him to request the initiation of the procedure before the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data.
VII. Revocation of consent
The consent that the Holder grants to this Privacy Notice may be revoked at any time, without retroactive effects being attributed to it. The revocation of the consent that the Holder intended to carry out, must do so in accordance with the means and procedure set forth in numeral VII above.
IX. Options and means to limit the use or disclosure of personal data
The Responsible informs the Holders of the Personal Data, through this Privacy Notice, that it may, where appropriate, limit the use and disclosure of their Personal Data, other than the exercise of the ARCO Rights or the revocation of consent, by means of the registration that you decide to make in the Public Registry of Consumers in charge of the Federal Attorney for Consumer Protection.
X. Changes to the privacy notice
The Responsible Party has the right to make changes or updates to this Privacy Notice at any time, due to legislative reforms, internal policies or new requirements for the provision or offering of our services or products. These modifications will be available to the public through our website https://www.aloinfousa.com/ , privacy notice section, or we will send it to the last email you have provided us.
XI. What are cookies and how are they used?
Cookies are small pieces of information that are sent by the website to your browser and are stored on your computer's hard drive and are used to determine your preferences when you connect to the services of our sites, as well as to track certain behaviors. or activities carried out by you within our sites. In some sections of our site we require the client to have cookies enabled since some of the features require them to work.
When purchasing a product or service offered by the Controller on its website, you will be asked for bank details for whose protection the Controller offers you security and confidentiality, by having a secure server under the SSL protocol (Secure Socket Layer ) in such a way that the information that is sent is transmitted encrypted to ensure its protection. To verify that you are on a secure web site, make sure an “S” appears in the navigation bar as follows: “https”. Despite having more secure tools every day, the protection of data sent over the Internet cannot be fully guaranteed, therefore, once received, everything reasonably possible will be done to safeguard the security of the information.
If the Holder considers that her rights have been violated regarding the protection of her Personal Data provided to the Responsible, she has the right to go to the authority.
If the Holder considers that his rights regarding the protection of his Personal Data provided to the Responsible Party have been violated, he has the right to go to the corresponding authority to defend his exercise. The authority is the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (“INAI”) and its website is available at: www.inai.org.mx.
XIV. Acceptance of the terms
This Privacy Notice constitutes a legal agreement between the Holder and the Responsible. By accepting the terms and conditions of this Privacy Notice, by checking the corresponding box on this Internet page, the Holder expressly grants his consent for the processing of his Personal Data in accordance with it, including without limitation, Personal Data patrimonial and financial. If the Owner uses the services of the Responsible website available at https://www.aloinfousa.com/ , it means that she has read, understood and consented to the terms set forth above.