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In accordance with the the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties (“Ley Federal de Protección de Datos Personales en Posesión de los Particulares”) (the “Federal Law”), Alfa Corporativo, S.A. de C.V. (“ALFA”), located in Ave. Gómez Morín 111 Sur, Colonia Carrizalejo, San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, México, C.P. 66254, is responsible for the treatment of your personal data.
Personal Data is considered any information concerning an identified or identifiable natural person (“Personal Data”). The Personal Data that ALFA requires to a PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEE that is providing information is:
The Personal Data that ALFA requires an EMPLOYEE that is providing information is:
The Personal Data that ALFA requires to SUPPLIER that are providing information is:
The Personal Data that ALFA to VISITOR that are providing information is:
The Personal Data that ALFA requires to a PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEE that is providing information, shall be used for the following purposes:
The Personal Data that ALFA requires to an EMPLOYEE that is providing information, shall be used for the following purposes:
The Personal Data that ALFA requires to a SUPPLIER that is providing information, shall be used for the following purposes:
The Personal Data that ALFA requires to a VISITOR that is providing information, will be used for the following purposes:
In the event that the person providing the Personal Data wishes to limit the use or disclosure of his/her Personal Data, he/she shall contact ALFA’s Contracts and Litigations Legal Department, located in the above mentioned address, which is responsible for processing such requests. Subsequently, ALFA’s Contracts and Litigations Legal Department shall inform the procedure established by ALFA, so that the person providing the Personal Data may limit the use or disclosure of the Personal Data at its convenience.
The Personal Data right holders are entitled to access, rectify and cancel their Personal Data, the right to oppose the treatment thereof, as well as the right to withdraw a consent previously granted for the treatment of the information, or, to limit the use or disclosure of Personal Data by ALFA.
To review the procedure for exercising the aforementioned rights, the right holder of the Personal Data must personally turn to Alfa’s previously provided address, and submit a letter to the ALFA’s Contracts and Litigations Legal Department, which is responsible for processing these requests, in which the right holder must specify in such letter which right they wish to exercise and on what terms, the foregoing for purposes that the Legal Department can inform the right holder the procedure to be followed. For this type of letter to be accepted by the ALFA’s Contracts and Litigations Legal Department, it must contain the elements specified in Article 29 of the Federal Law.
ALFA undertakes not to transfer Personal Data to any third party, except for the exceptions set forth in Article 37 of the Federal Law when relevant, in which case such transfers shall be carried out in accordance to the conditions specified therein.
The exceptions contained in Article 37 above mentioned, are as follows:
In terms of Article 10 of the Federal Law, ALFA does not require the consent of the right holders to treat their Personal Data in the following cases:
If ALFA requires to treat Sensitive Personal Data, the provider thereof grants its express and written consent for its treatment, in accordance with Article 9 of the Federal Law, through his handwritten signature, electronic signature or any mechanism of authentication as may be determined by ALFA, as appropriate.