Transparency: We provide more detailed information about the data we collect and how we use it. We also explain your alternatives and the control you have over your information, and the measures we have taken to keep it safe.
1. PRIVACY POLICIES AND ACCEPTANCE.
2. THE SERVICES.
2.1. PHITransfer is the website hosted on www.transformativeinnovationcenter.org operated by the Company, where the Users (Organizations) may publish and spread their dreams, in order to obtain the support that enable the development and eventual implementation of them.
2.2. A Objective is the project or wish that the Organization aims to reach after the publication thereof on the Site. The Company will publish the Objective for an established and limited time. The published Objective should be aimed to achieve a unique, lawful, concrete and feasible result, in any way fit to be presented and spread within the Site in accordance with the terms and conditions stated therein.
SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS
Below we describe our policies and practices with respect to information about Site Users, including how we collect, use, share and store such information.
The following terms, as used in this Policy, have a specific meaning:
Personal Identification Information or PII is information about, or belonging to, a specific individual and that may relate to (identify with) said individual.
Anonymous Information consists of additional information, geographic information and any other type of information that does not reveal the specific identity of an individual.
IP Address is the Internet Protocol address of the computer that the individual uses to access the Site (and more generally the Internet).
INFORMATION COLLECTION THROUGH THE SITE
Information You Provide
If you register on the Site, we will collect certain PII about you, including your full name, mailing address, email address, telephone number, and social media information (eg, LinkedIn, Facebook). Additionally, even if you do not register, we may collect your PII in other ways, such as if you send us an electronic message through the “Contact Us” page of the Site or publish your PII on the Site.
Information Automatically Collected
When you visit the Site, certain anonymous information related to your visit is automatically collected by PHITransfer web servers. This is done through cookies, “clear GIFs” (also known as “web beacons” or “pixel tags”), or through similar technologies to collect information about you and your use of the site.
Cookies are small data files that are sent to your browser or related software from a web server that is stored on your computer or device. Cookies generally include an anonymous unique identifier and track and store your user preferences while using the Site, as well as technical information about your use of the Site.
Most browsers can be configured to inform you when a cookie has been sent to you and give you the opportunity to reject that cookie. However, rejecting a cookie may in some cases prevent your use of the Site or certain areas or functions thereof, or adversely affect its deployment or operation. For more information about cookies, including how to see those that have been sent to you and how to manage and eliminate them, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
We collect data from your IP address automatically. Likewise, if you access the Site from a cell phone or any other device, you may also collect the unique device identifier assigned to your device as any other transactional information from that device.
All these technologies are designed to improve and personalize your experience when you use the Site. By using the Site, you accept the use of the tracking technologies described above.
USE OF INFORMATION COLLECTED THROUGH THE SITE
We may use the PII we collect about you (as described above) to send you electronic messages, correspondence or contact you in response to a request. We may also use your PII to send you information of interest, such as details about new activities and projects of PHITransfer, funding resources, etc. We may also use your PII for reasons of record keeping within PHITransfer, and we may combine the PII we collect from you with other information, including PII and IINP obtained from other sources, including other Users, for the purpose of analysis related to the Site and the objectives of PHITransfer.
If you have requested us to receive updates via email, we may periodically send you electronic messages that promote or contain information related to the use of the Site and / or PHITransfer. When you receive an electronic message from us, you can indicate your preference to “unsubscribe” and you will no longer receive emails from us, by sending us a request to “unsubscribe” using the following link.
We use the anonymous information collected to analyze the behavior of the User to the Site and measure both the use and interest in the Site and in the services of PHITransfer. This information is used to create additional statistics, for example, when the site is accessed, the pages that refer visitors to the Site, the type of browsers used by visitors and which pages of the Site have been viewed. These statistics help us understand how the Site is used and provide us with valuable information for a future improvement of it.
THE EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION COLLECTED THROUGH THE SITE
Public Areas of the PHITransfer Site
The PHITransfer Site is also designed as an online forum for the exchange of information for the benefit of Registered Users. If you publish PII in a public area of the Site, such as a forum, blog or chat room, such PII will be visible to other visitors of the Site, who may use and disclose your PII for their own purposes. We do not exercise control over that other use or disclosure of PII by visitors to the Site published in a public area thereof, and must take into account that other visitors to the Site may collect, correlate, use and disclose PII that you have published in the public areas of the Site. By using this Site, you agree that such third-party activities are beyond the control and responsibility of PHITransfer.
Partners, Consultants and Service Providers
In the interest of improving and making effective the objectives of the Site and of PHITransfer in general, we may share your PII with our partners, consultants and service providers. For example, we may share PII with the consultants who are analyzing certain projects if it helps the consultants communicate with you, and we may share PII with the service providers that assist us in sending you material or information.
Legal Obligations of Disclosure of Information
We may disclose your PII in response to a legal process or if we understand in good faith that it is required by law, for example, in response to a court order, subpoena or a request from a law enforcement agency. We may also disclose PII to protect the security and operation of the Site or the rights of users of the Site, and to protect and protect our partners, affiliates, consultants, suppliers and suppliers against any liability, or if we have reason to believe that someone is causing or threatening to cause harm or is interfering with the rights or property of PHITransfer, or as protection against fraud.
Transfer of Business
PERSONAL INFORMATION UPDATES
You may access and review the PII we have collected about you and correct or update such information by visiting the Registration portion of our Site or by sending us an email with the requested changes to email@example.com.
For your protection, we will only process requests related to the IIP associated with the particular email address you use to send us this request, and we may request that you verify your identity before processing your request.
We will endeavor to comply with your request in the most reasonably fast manner possible, including any request to remove your PII from our records. We may have to keep certain information for record keeping reasons, and there may be residual information that remains in our databases and other records, which will not be deleted.
It should be noted that we are not responsible for correcting, updating or eliminating any information in the databases of third parties with whom we have already shared your IIP.
SECURITY OF DATA
We seek to protect and monitor the security and integrity of the PII collected by implementing physical, electronic and management procedures to safeguard and protect the information against damage, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, alteration or destruction. However, given the inherent nature of the Internet as an open vehicle for global communication, we can not absolutely guarantee that the information will be secure against the intrusion of others, such as hackers, either during its transmission through the Internet or while it is stored. in our data systems or maintained by us in any other way. This includes the information you provide us by email or direct publications on the Site, or through the “Contact Us” function of the Site. When providing information through these channels, you should take note that your transmission may not be secure while in transit and that third parties may possibly see the information in transit. In the event of a breach of the security of our data systems that may compromise the PII of our users, we will disclose this intrusion to our affected users.
We will keep PII and anonymous information collected through the Site for operational, record keeping and legal purposes. We will keep your PII for the period necessary to comply with the purposes described in this Policy or in our data conservation policy, unless a longer period of data conservation is required by law.
INTERNATIONAL DATA TRANSFER
PRIVACY OF MINORS
The PHITransfer Site is not aimed at minors and we do not knowingly collect or maintain any personal information from individuals under the age of 13.
The Site may contain links to other websites. The publication that we make of a link to any other website or place is for your convenience and does not imply our endorsement of said website or place or its content. PHITransfer does not control the websites, applications or other services operated by third parties and we are not responsible for practices related to the protection of the privacy and data of these websites, applications or other services. Therefore, we recommend that once you access that other website, application or service, you become familiar with the privacy protection policies and practices that govern that other website, application or service.
3. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION FROM USERS. GOALS.
3.1. The User agrees that the Company may collect information about the behavior of its Users using cookies, tags and other methods (such as the information provided by Users at the time of registration in the Site).
3.1.1. A cookie is a small text file through which an Internet user can be uniquely identified, and is often installed, sent or written to the computer of Internet users, when they enter certain Internet sites, in order to automatically obtain information about the behavior of these users as they surf these websites. A cookie file usually contains the name of the domain from which the cookie has been transferred, the date of creation, and an identification code. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information that the User supplies with his or her Internet surfing, such as IP address, which pages were viewed and in what order, time spent on each page, the date and time, etc. (the “Activity Information”). A cookie cannot read data from the User’s hard drive or read other cookie files created by other sites.
3.1.2. A tag is a small image located on a Web site so that the site owner, or a third party, is able to monitor who is viewing the site collecting his or her IP address, the URL of the page where the User comes from and the time when it was seen. These tags could be used together with cookies.
3.2. The Company may collect information from users to improve the quality of its services by storing User preferences and monitoring behavior trends.
3.3. The Company may also collect and/or store the number or IP address (Internet Protocol) of the Users in order to improve the quality of service it provides through the Site. The storage by the Company of the IP number of the Users’ devices allows the identification at the time of admission to their individual accounts. It also facilitates the diagnosis of any eventual connectivity problems that may happen between the Site and Users, improving the quality of the Services. For these purposes, the IP (Internet Protocol) number or address is the identification number that distinguishes an electronic device (be it a computer, a personal telephone with network access, a tablet, a PDA, etc.), which connects to a computer network (i.e. Internet).
3.4. The Company may request the User its email address (which may be its Username), Password, Name, Phone, Address, Zip Code, City, Region, and Country of residence or other information such as defines in the Terms and Conditions of the Site.
4. USE OF THE USERS’ COLLECTED INFORMATION.
4.1. The Company may collect information about Users using cookies and/or tags. The collected information may include browsing behavior, IP address, logs, and other type of information. However, the Company will not collect direct personally identifiable information from any User using cookies or tags.
4.2. The Company will use the information provided by the User, and that, which is collected by the Company, with the objective of providing better services to Users trying to meet their needs. Additionally, the information provided by a User and that which the Company collects directly on behalf of that User, may be used by the Company to establish more effective communication with Users in order to provide them with information of their interest and different offers and promotions from different suppliers of goods and/or services.
4.3. The Company will use the information provided by the User, and that, which is collected by the Company for the purpose of sending communications, promotions and advertising.
4.4. The Company may use the information provided by the User, and that which is collected by the Company, to analyze the conduct and behavior of Users in such character, its geographic location, customs and/or preferences, in order to try to improve the services and try to provide better solutions to their needs.
4.5. The Company will use the information provided by the user, and that which is collected by the Company to determine the concerns and preferences of Users in order to provide a closer and customized offer of the goods and/or products of their need.
4.6. The Company may share the information with other service companies or websites dedicated to the evaluation of the behavior of Internet Users or similar in order to improve the quality of services of the Company. Usually these companies or websites have their own privacy policies for data protection purposes. The Company will use its best efforts to ensure that the privacy of shared information is protected as best as possible. In appropriate cases, the Company will seek to sign specific agreements regarding data protection and privacy of information. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company shall not be liable for damages caused by such companies and/or websites in their duty of protection, confidentiality and privacy of information that they manage.
4.7. The Company will use the information provided by the User, and that which is collected by the Company, in case it is requested by courts, or national or international agencies that require it and request it in the appropriate way.
4.8. The Company is not obliged to retain information during any prescribes period and will provide for the removal thereof as it deems convenient.
5. THE SITE
5.1. The Company will not sell or rent any personal information to any third party for promotional purposes. Any person who has provided personal contact information through the Site may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to update, delete and/or correct the personal contact information. The Company will respond to that request within 30 (thirty) days of receiving it via email.
6.1. The Site and/or Services are permitted only to those who have legal age to contract and are not inhibited or otherwise legal forbidden to exercise legal acts, rights and/or obligations. Given this, minors are not allowed to enter the Site and/or the Services nor supply any personal data or other type of information.
7. CONFIDENTIALITY AND INFORMATION SECURITY.
7.1. The Company has taken reasonable security measures to protect User information and prevent unauthorized access or modification to User information, disclosure or destruction thereof. The information collected by the Company will be kept strictly confidential. The access to personal data is restricted to those employees, contractors and representatives of the Company who need to know that information in order to operate, and develop or improve our services. The Company requires its suppliers the same standards of confidentiality. The Company does not allow access to this information to others outside the Company, except through a User’s express request.
7.2. Notwithstanding the above, considering that the internet is an open, public access system, the Company cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties cannot eventually overcome the security measures and use Users’ information in an improper way.
8. CHANGES IN THE CORPORATE STRUCTURE.
9. USERS’ RIGHTS ON THE INFORMATION.
9.1. Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies, but Users can reset their browsers to refuse all cookies or for the system to let them know when a cookie is sent. However, if cookies are disabled, it is possible that some features and services of websites may not function properly.
9.2. The Company will endeavor by all means available to facilitate the Users over which it has collected or stored personal information, the access to their personal information (“Right of Access”), as well as the possibility to rectify, modify and update this information (“Right of Rectification”), or even the cancellation of such personal information (“Right of Removal”), unless the Company can refuse such requests, in case it is required or entitled to retain such personal information in accordance to applicable law.
9.2.1. For these purposes, the User must send to email@example.com his or her request through an email with the words “Access to Personal Data” in the subject. The Company may require such User to identify his or herself, which may be verified by the Company, as well as to provide personal information, which he or she wants to access, modify or remove.
9.2.2. The Company may decline to process requests that are unreasonably repetitive or systematic, require disproportionate technical effort, threaten the privacy of other Users, or deemed to be impractical, or which do not require access to the information.
9.2.3. The access, rectification and removal of personal information service will be provided by the Company free of charge, except in case it would require a disproportionate or unreasonable effort, in which case an administration fee may be charged.
a) Avoid legal liability.
b) Comply with legal requirements such as a search warrant, subpoena and court order.
c) Comply with a governmental or regulatory authority requirement;
d) Protect the rights, property or safety of the Company, Users, or a third.
11. THIRD PARTY SERVICES
11.1. The Company may use third-party services of which it is not responsible for the information they collect or the way they protect personal information. To this end, each of these third party services have their own privacy policies and provide, in cases when it is available, a method by which Users may opt-out.
11.2. The company may use third party links for the purpose of promoting and supporting social contribution to the world and that represent our interest in non-commercial management corresponding to the achievement of sustainable development objectives promulgated by the United Nations Organization. The company agrees to always publish the sources of information as well as respect the copyright and non-commercial use. The inputs and support material for their commercial offer will be of their own authorship or, in their absence, with the written authorization of the authors.
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¡Gracias por ser parte de PHITransfer! Estamos anunciando unos cambios en nuestra Política de Privacidad de acuerdo con las nuevas regulaciones de protección de datos de la Unión Europea (GDPR).
Estos cambios entrarán en vigencia a partir del 25 de mayo de 2018. Te invitamos a visitar nuestra Política de Privacidad actualizada. Tu relación con PHITransfer no cambiará, ya que no venderemos, intercambiaremos, o alquilaremos tu información para propósitos de marketing o beneficio económico. Principalmente hemos aclarado algunos puntos en respuesta a las nuevas regulaciones GDPR:
Transparencia: Proveemos información más detallada sobre los datos que recolectamos y cómo los utilizamos. También explicamos tus alternativas y el control que tienes sobre tu información, y las medidas que hemos tomado para mantenerla segura.
GDPR: El 25 de mayo de 2018, entra en vigencia una nueva regulación de protección de datos de la Unión Europea (UE), la Regulación General sobre Protección de Data (GDPR en inglés). El GDPR le da mayor control a individuos en la UE sobre la manera en la que se utilizan sus datos, y establece ciertas obligaciones que las empresas deben cumplir al procesar esa información. Hemos actualizado nuestra Política de Privacidad para considerar estos nuevos requisitos.
Al continuar utilizando nuestros servicios a partir del 25 de mayo de 2018, reconoces nuestra Política de Privacidad actualizada. Si tienes preguntas sobre nuestra política de privacidad o la GDPR, por favor visita nuestra página de Preguntas Frecuentes o este sitio sobre la GDPR (en inglés). Si aún tienes preguntas, por favor escríbenos a firstname.lastname@example.org
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