The protection of your personal data is very important to TIZATE, therefore, we inform you the type of personal data we collect from you, how we use, handle and with whom we share them, through the following PRIVACY NOTICE, which is prepared in accordance with and in compliance with the FEDERAL LAW ON PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA IN POSSESSION OF INDIVIDUALS, which consists of personal data of a public, identifying, racial, labor, sensitive, academic, family, patrimonial, transit and migratory movements, judicial and administrative processes, as well as biometric also regarding your economic, commercial, financial status, bank accounts, tax and accounting information or any other related to your identity or migratory movements, judicial and administrative processes, as well as biometric also regarding your economic, commercial, financial status, bank accounts, tax and accounting information, or any other related to your identity or migratory movements, transit and migratory movements, judicial and administrative processes, as well as biometric also concerning your economic, commercial, financial status, bank accounts, tax and accounting information or any other data related to your identity or that is inherent to them, which if disclosed would undermine your free development and that may give rise to discrimination, or that its dissemination or delivery to third parties entails a risk for the owner of the same and in general all those data of an identifiable natural or legal person.
What personal data do we collect from you and what is its purpose?
For our candidates and employees: In this case we will collect and process your personal data, sensitive personal data and financial or patrimonial data to carry out the processes of recruitment, selection and, where appropriate, hiring, as well as for the fulfillment of the benefits or obligations arising from the employment relationship.
For our prospects and clients: Podremos recabar sus datos personales, y patrimoniales o financieros con la finalidad de prestar el servicio correspondiente, ofrecerle nuestros productos y cumplir con las obligaciones legales.
For our prospects and suppliers: We collect your personal, sensitive and financial data necessary to initiate or fulfill a future or current business relationship in order to acquire your services or products.
With whom do we share your information and for what purposes?
We inform you that being the case your personal data may be transferred or provided to third parties without the authorization of the holder of the confidential information, however, the holder of the confidential information will have the right to know the use, processes, modifications and transmissions of your confidential information.
Your personal data are processed by TIZATE personnel in order to provide you with the service you request;
Limitation to the Use and Disclosure of Personal Data:
The data that you as the owner, provide to Peninsula, will be treated under the principles of legality, consent, information, quality, purpose, loyalty, proportionality and responsibility.
In order to protect and limit the risks that may arise causing any loss, alteration, damage or misuse of your personal, sensitive or proprietary data, Peninsula, has implemented in terms of the Regulation, physical, technical and administrative security measures to ensure the security of your data.
How can you limit the use or disclosure of your personal information?
You can limit the use and disclosure by exercising your rights of access, rectification, cancellation or opposition of your information through the following means that we have instrumented: Submitting your request personally at our address addressed to the person in charge of privacy in this office located at Av. Mexico N. 3555, Vallarta San Jorge, in Guadalajara, Jalisco; or by sending an email to the following email address: email@example.com or by calling the telephone number 52 3331 2201.
For the above, you must let us know reliably the personal data that you wish to be rectified, canceled or revised, in possession of Peninsula, you can submit your request in writing, according to the following guidelines:
1. The request for protection must be submitted with acknowledgement of receipt and contain:
Name of the obligated subject (in this case, Peninsula)
Nombre del titular de los datos o del representante legal
Address, fax or e-mail address to receive notifications.
Specific statement of the right to be exercised
If applicable, a simple copy of the documents supporting the request.
2. In case of failure to comply with any of the above requirements, the owner of the data must be notified within three working days following its submission, so that within five working days he/she may correct such prevention and the request may be admitted.
3. If applicable, the request for protection shall be admitted within three working days following its submission.
4. Once the file is complete, the request will be resolved by the coordination of Peninsula, within ten working days following the admission of the same in accordance with the applicable legislation, in case it is required, the time to resolve may be extended by agreement founded and motivated for up to five more days.
5. The coordination of Peninsula, will issue a resolution in the sense that the request is admissible, partially admissible or inadmissible, which must contain:
Name of the obligated subject (Peninsula)
Details of the request
Motivation and grounds for the resolution.
Resolutive points on the merits of the request
Place, date, name and signature of the person who resolves the request.
6. Notification of the resolution to the owner of the data.
It should be noted that at all times you have the right to revoke the consent you have given us for the processing of your personal data, which may be enforced through the aforementioned procedure.
What are cookies and what are they used for?
Cookies are small text files that a web server sends to your computer, which are used to provide you with better service regarding our products and/or services. Session cookies remember your previous activity on our web site and even make it possible to save your preferences across multiple sessions of your visit to our web site, allowing us to customize, for example, the way our web site makes information of interest to you available to you.
Likewise, they can be used to prevent us from showing you notices, news and/or recommendations that may be of interest to you, in accordance with your previous activities on our website, they are also used to implement strategies that allow us to improve the quality of our products and/or services.
Web beacons, or web beacons, are usually graphic images that are placed on a website and are used to count the number of visitors to a website or may even allow access to some cookies. The use of beacons on our website is intended to reflect statistics regarding products and/or services that are of interest to you. These web beacons do not normally collect information other than what your browser provides us with as a standard part of any internet browsing. If you choose to disable cookies in your browser, the web beacon will no longer be able to specifically track your activity.
In any case, you will have several options to limit the access of cookies and web beacons from our website on your computer.
How do I find out about changes to this privacy notice?
TIZATE reserves the right to change this Comprehensive Privacy Notice as a result of updates and reforms in the legal framework and internal provisions of Peninsula.