1.- Collection and Use of Personal Information
In certain sections of the Website, we may request you to provide personally identifiable information, such as when participating in a special offer, draw, or contest, responding surveys, creating a user account, contacting us with any query or question, applying for employment with Labyes, requesting information from us, etc. You accept and warrant that any personal information provided by you is true, accurate and complete; you further accept that, in any event, you shall be solely liable for any falsehood or inaccuracy contained therein. You are under no duty to provide us with your personal information. However, failing to enter any personal information requested and/or entering inaccurate information may prevent the provision of all the services and activities related to such data (for example, participating in a special offer, creating a user account, applying for employment, accessing certain sections of the Website, etc.). You shall release Labyes from any liability for the non-provision or incomplete provision of those services and activities.
Any personal information collected by Labyes may be used to communicate or send you information and/or advertisements about products manufactured and/or activities performed by Labyes and its controlling, subsidiary, affiliated, or related entities, to carry out special offers, draws, or contests, to process awards, to be included in the employment application database at Labyes, to answer queries or requests, to enhance your Website experience, to conduct an internal marketing analysis, and for all other purposes specified in the request, form or section of the Website where you are prompted to enter personal information.
You may request that your personal information be fully or partially removed from or blocked in the database, by writing a letter Labyes at Abel Costa 833, Morón (zip code: 1708), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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3.- Disclosure of Personal Information
You give your consent to Labyes sharing your personal information with its controlling, subsidiary, affiliated or related companies, and providers or contractors (including, without limitation, service providers and contractors performing duties on our behalf or providing personal data collection, maintenance, storage, treatment, processing or assessment services; marketing analysts and advertising agencies hired by Labyes; firms hired by Labyes for Website management and maintenance purposes, their providers of legal, accounting and audit professional services; any parties employed by Labyes to manage activities such as e-mailing, draws, etc.).
The information is disclosed solely for the conduct of the activities specified by Labyes and/or the performance of the relevant services to Labyes, and shall not be disclosed for purposes other tan those specified by Labyes; and the recipients of such information shall keep it confidential.
Both Labyes and its controlling, subsidiary, affiliated and related companies, as well as their suppliers or service contractors may reveal personally identifiable information when so required by a court authority and/or for duly supported national security defense or public health reasons.
4.- Information contained in public or interactive areas of the Website
The Website may allow Visitor to post content or information on the Website and/or participate in on-line chats, forums and discussion groups on or through the Website. Note that other third parties will have access to any information or content posted on the Website and/or shared on on-line chats, forums and discussion groups. Consequently, you must be extremely careful when posting and/or sharing personal information on or through the Website. Labyes cannot prevent said information from being used in breach of the law or in a manner prejudicial to Labyes own privacy and security, and hence, Labyes will not be liable for any consequences derived from posting and/or revealing such information.
The Website has security measures in place to help protect the personal information we gather through the Website.
Labyes has no control over communications made through electronic mail. As such, we recommend that such e-mails do not contain confidential information and/or sensitive data or other data the disclosure of which to third parties is not consented by you. In the event we become aware that the personal information we hold about you is at risk, we may give you notice about it through such means as Labyes may deem appropriate.
We remind you that you are responsible for protecting the confidentiality of any password you may use to access the Website, and you hereby agree not to disclose your user name and password to any third party. You agree to notify Labyes immediately of any unauthorized use of your user name or password or any other breach concerning the security of your account or the Website. Moreover, you undertake to “log off” (exit from your account) at the end of each session, and to monitor the use of your user name and password, and give immediate notice to Labyes in the event you wish to cancel your registration.
Labyes will not be liable for any damages as may arise from breach of any of the duties above mentioned.
7.- Rights to Access, Rectify and Suppress Personal Data
The Visitor may access, rectify and suppress his/her personal data by writing us to Abel Costa 833, Morón (C.P: 1708), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“The holder of personal data is entitled to exercise the right to access to them for free at intervals of not less than six (6) months unless a legitimate interest is shown pursuant to article 14, section 3 of Law No 25,326” (DNPDP Regulation 10/08, article 1). “The National Personal Data Protection Bureau, which is Law No 25,326 Enforcement Authority, is empowered to handle any claims filed to enforce personal data protection regulations (DNPDP Regulation 10/08, article 2)”.