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Law for the of Protection of Personal Data
In adherence to the provisions of Article 10, Decree 1377, of 2013 – a regulation of Law 1581 of 2012 – in the treatment of personal data that is obtained from its different management areas and channels of information, and through the contact it provides through its web portal and other forms of contact, THE CORPORACION PARA EL DESARRROLLO Y LA PRODUCTIVIDAD BOGOTA REGION-REGION DINAMICA REGION-INVEST IN BOGOTA (hereinafter, INVEST IN BOGOTA) hereby requests authorization from investors, employers, partners, journalists, providers, users and any other individual owner of personal data that has been a user of the services and/or products that INVEST IN BOGOTA offers. This request is being made to continue processing your personal data in accordance with the privacy policies established within the parameters of Law 1581 of 2012 on the Protection of Personal Data in Colombia.
The personal data and information that is provided to INVEST IN BOGOTA may be processed, collected, stored, used, circulated, deleted, shared, updated and/or transferred according to the terms and conditions of the corporation’s privacy policies, as applies. The main use of this data is for promotional, commercial, administrative and contact information purposes. In general, it will be used for the service provision and dissemination of INVEST IN BOGOTA’S products and services.
The party responsible for processing your personal data is INVEST IN BOGOTA, which may collect and process it to:
a. Comply with the contracts it holds with employees and providers.
b. Pay its employees and providers, make social security and legally mandated employee benefit payments, and report tax and legal information regarding all administrative processes that arise from the contractual relationship with the owner of the information.
c. Store information in its databases about its employees’ emergency contact information, education, careers and personal references.
d. Send out events invitations and offer new products and services.
e. Address and manage requests, questions, complaints, claims or congratulations.
f. Comply with administrative, fiscal and internal accounting procedures and those procedures required by law.
g. Comply with the requirements of judicial or administrative authorities.
h. Consult sanction lists in order to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.
i. Forward notices or correspondence via e-mail, SMS, telephone or other means of communication.
j. Control and secure access to the office.
4. The rights of the owners of personal data are those set forth by the Constitution and the law. Specifically, they include:
a. The right to update, correct and be informed of your personal data with data controllers or data processors. This right may be exercised with, inter alia, partial, inaccurate, incomplete, fragmented and misleading data, or with data processing that is expressly prohibited or has not been authorized.
b. In accordance with the provisions of applicable law, owners have the right to request proof of the authorization given to the data controller (with the exception of the requirements for processing of data).
c. The right to request information from the data controller or data processor on how personal data has been used.
d. The right to file complaints with the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce for violations of the provisions of Law 1581 of 2012 or any other regulations that modify, amend or supplement this law;
e. The right to revoke the authorization and/or request data be deleted when constitutional and legal principles, rights and guarantees for processing data are not met. The authorization may be revoked and/or the data may be deleted once the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce has determined that the data controller or data processor engaged in conduct in the processing of data that is inconsistent with Law 1581 of 2012 and with the Constitution.
f. The right to access personal data, at no cost, that has been subject to data processing.
g. The right to refrain from providing and authorizing sensitive data. Responses that involve sensitive data or data on children or teens are optional.
In accordance with the procedures contained in Law 1581 of 2012 and Decree 1377 of 2013, the owners of data may exercise their right to update, correct, be informed of and delete their personal data by sending a request to email@example.com or alternatively, nationwide, by calling Bogota (57-1) 742 3030.
As of July 27, 2013, owners of personal data will have a maximum period of 30 business days to request their data be deleted. This request may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively, by calling Bogota (57-1) 742 3030. The failure of the owner of the data to provide notice of his or her decision within the established term authorizes INVEST IN BOGOTA to continue processing the data in accordance with the provisions of Article 10, Decree 1377, of 2013.