In accordance with the provisions of Law No. 18.331 of August 11, 2008 and Decree No. 414/009 of August 21, 2009, as amended and concordant, on the protection of personal data and Habeas Data, the processing of personal data carried out on DaMap Tech’s websites is governed by the following provisions:
1) Personal data and purpose
The personal data collected through the website will be used for the purpose of providing a better service and facilitating the use of the websites through the analysis of the number and frequency of visits, as well as for other purposes that the owners will be informed in due course.
The personal data of users who register on the website through forms will be used to fulfill the purposes indicated in each of them.
The contact and information request forms on the websites are designed as a way to serve those interested in studying at DaMap Tech and are intended to facilitate communications and information exchange between interested parties and DaMap Tech. The data will be kept for the purpose of receiving and answering queries and related purposes, as well as to obtain statistical data of the same.
2) Communication of personal data
DaMap Tech will not communicate or transfer the personal data collected through the website to any third party, except by legal provision that enables it, when the achievement of the purpose pursued by the user so requires, or with your express consent.
3) Databases and exercise of rights
DaMap Tech, domiciled at Avenida Brasil 2528, office 607, Montevideo, Uruguay, is responsible for the processing of users’ personal data collected and processed through DaMap Tech’s websites.
DaMap Tech uses its own and third-party cookies on its websites. Cookies facilitate navigation and in many cases are essential for the availability of some of the services offered by the sites.
If, nevertheless, the user decides to modify the configuration of access to the websites, he/she should know that at any time he/she can delete the cookies or prevent this information from being recorded on his/her computer, by rectifying the browser preferences.
7) Jurisdiction and applicable law