Legal Notice and Privacy Policy – CMI
 

Legal Notice and Privacy Policy

The Legal Notice and Privacy Policy establish the General Terms and Conditions of use of the Website “https://www.cmiuniversal.com“, owned by Conscious Management Institute S.A. (“CMI”), with headquarters in Avenida de Brasil 29, 1º, 28020, Madrid, Spain, and Tax Identification Number (NIF) A87876587.

 

Users

The access to and / or use of the Portal attributes to the user the condition of user, accepting, from that moment on, fully and without reservations, the present General Conditions as well as the Particular Conditions that complement, modify, or replace the General Conditions in relation to certain services and contents of the Portal. The user agrees to use the Web and its services and contents without contravening current legislation, in good faith, and the generally accepted uses and public order. Likewise, the use of the website for illicit or harmful purposes against CMI or any third party, or which in any way may cause damage or prevent the normal functioning of the website is prohibited.

 

Intellectual Property

The source code, graphic designs, images, photographs, sounds, animations, software, texts, as well as the information and contents that are collected in cmiuniversal.com are protected by Spanish legislation on intellectual and industrial property rights in favor of CMI corporate name and the reproduction and/or publication, total or partial, of the website is not allowed, nor its computer processing, distribution, dissemination, or modification, transformation or discompilation, or other rights legally bestowed upon its owner, without the prior written permission of the same, CMI. The user, solely and exclusively, may use the material that appears on this website for personal and private use, being prohibited its use for commercial purposes or to incur in illicit activities. All rights derived from intellectual property are expressly reserved by CMI. CMI will watch over the compliance of the above conditions as well as the proper use of the contents presented on its web pages, exercising all civil and criminal actions that correspond to it in the case of infringement or breach of these rights by the user.

 

Personal Data Protection

Within the framework of compliance with current legislation, CMI informs users:

  • Who is responsible for processing your data.
  • Why we collect the data we ask for.
  • What lawful basis there is for this data processing.
  • How long we keep the data for.
  • Who receives your data.
  • What your rights are.

 

  1. Data controller

Conscious Management Institute S.A. (hereinafter referred to as CMI)

Address: Avenida de Brasil, 19 C.P. 28020 Madrid.

NIF: A87876587

Data Protection Officer: cmi@cmiunivesal.com

 

  1. Purposes, lawful basis and retention of processed data that is sent through:

 

  • CONTACT FORM.

Purpose: To provide a means for you to contact us and answer your requests for information, as well as to send you news about our products, services and activities, including by electronic means (Email, SMS, WhatsApp), if you have ticked the acceptance box.

Lawful basis: The user’s consent when requesting information through our contact form, and by ticking the acceptance box for sending information.

Retention: Once your application has been received through our form or answered by email, if no further processing has occurred and you have agreed to receive marketing messages, until you unsubscribe.

 

  • BROCHURE DOWNLOAD FORM.

Purpose: To send you our information brochure. To inform you about our activities, products and services, as well as send you marketing communications about our products and services including by electronic means (email, SMS, WhatsApp), if you tick the acceptance box.

Lawful basis: The user consents upon sending our registration form and ticking the acceptance box to receive information.

Retention: Once your evaluation profile has been sent, if additional processing has not occurred and you have accepted to receive marketing communications, until you request to unsubscribe.

 

  • NEWLETTER SUBSCRIPTION FORM.

Purpose: To complete your registration to receive newsletters to inform you about our activities, products and services, as well as send you marketing communications for our products and services including by electronic means (Email, SMS, WhatsApp).

Lawful basis: The user consents upon registering through our registration form and by clicking the confirmation email.

Retention: Until you request to unsubscribe.

 

  • REGISTRATION FORM IN ALUMNI CLUB AND ACTIVITIES.

Purpose: To complete your registration and participation in the selected event and inform you about our activities, products and services, as well as send you marketing communications for our products and services including by electronic means (Email, SMS, WhatsApp), if you tick the acceptance box.

Lawful basis: The user consents upon registering through our registration form and by ticking the acceptance box to send information.

Retention: Until the registered user requests to unsubscribe and after the terms legally provided for.

 

  • SENDING OF EMAILS.

Purpose: Answer your requests for information, respond to your requests and answer your questions or doubts.

Lawful basis: The user consents when requesting information through an email address.

Retention: Until your request has been answered by email, if no further processing has occurred.

 

  • EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO JOIN CMI.

Purpose: To keep your CV on file for our recruitment processes.

Lawful basis: The user consents by sending us their personal information and CV for our recruitment processes.

Retention: During open recruitment processes.

 

  • SUBSCRIPTION TO OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Purpose: To subscribe to our publications and send you informative and advertising communications about our products or services that are of interest to you, including by electronic means. (Email, SMS, WhatsApp).

Lawful basis: The user consents to subscribe to our publications and marketing communications.

Retention: Until the interested party withdraws their consent and requests to unsubscribe from the service.

 

Requirement to provide us with your personal data, and consequences of not doing so.

There is a minimum age of 13 for the provision of personal data. Where appropriate, it is necessary to have sufficient legal capacity to contract.

The personal data requested is necessary to manage your requests and/or provide the services you wish to contract, and if you do not provide this data, we cannot serve you correctly, or provide the service you have requested.

 

  1. Recipients of your data

Your data is confidential and will not be transferred to third parties, unless there is a legal obligation to do so.

 

  1. Rights with regard to your personal data

Any person can withdraw their consent at any time, if this has been granted for the processing of their data. In no case does the withdrawal of this consent condition the execution of the subscription contract, or any relationship entered into previously.

Similarly, you may exercise the following rights:

  • Request access to your personal data or rectification of the same if it is inaccurate.
  • Request its deletion when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.
  • Request limitation of the handling of your data in certain circumstances.
  • Raise objection to the processing of your data for personal motives.
  • Request the portability of the data in the cases provided for by the regulations.
  • Other rights recognised in the applicable regulations.

Where and how to request your Rights: by writing to the person responsible at their postal or electronic address (indicated in Point 1), indicating the reference “Personal Data”, specifying the right to be exercised and which personal data this refers to.

In case of disagreement with the company in relation to the processing of your data, you may file a claim with the Data Protection Authority (www.agpd.es).

 

  1. Cookies

This website only uses technical, customised and analytical cookies, owned by both our website and third parties (Google Analytics). Our cookies never handle personal data or record surfing habits for advertising purposes.

Consequently, to access our website, and in accordance with Article 22 of the Law on Information Society Services, we request visitor consent upon accessing our website for the use of analytical cookies. Said cookies will only be activated after a reasonable period of time to allow the user to make a decision regarding their consent.

 

  1. Security of your personal data

With the aim of safeguarding the security of your personal data, we inform you that we have adopted all technical and organisational measures necessary to guarantee the security of the personal data provided against its alteration, loss, and unauthorised access or processing.

 

  1. Updating of your data

For us to keep your personal data up to date, it is important that you inform us about any changes, otherwise we cannot be held liable for its accuracy.

We cannot be held liable under this privacy policy for any personal data that you may provide to third parties through the links available on our website.

This Privacy Policy may be modified to adapt to changes that may occur to our website, as well as legislative or jurisprudential changes regarding personal data that may be implemented, and we therefore advise you to read this each time you provide us with data through this website.

 

Various

A.- CMI uses cookies that will be stored on your computer. Cookies are small files that our computer sends to yours, but they do not provide us with information about your name or any personal data. The cookies we use cannot read data from your computer or read the cookies that exist on your computer. When the user is browsing the web pages of CMI, the server where it is hosted automatically recognizes the IP address of your computer, the day and time at which the visit begins and ends, as well as information on the different sections consulted. It is necessary that the server knows these data to be able to communicate and send the request made and that can be seen on the screen through the browser. If you wish, you can configure your browser to notify you on the screen if you are going to receive a cookie. The user can configure her/his computer so that she/he does not receive these cookies, which  will not prevent access to the information on the company’s website.

B.- CMI may unilaterally and without prior notice, modify the structure and design of the website, as well as modify or eliminate the services, contents, and conditions of enrollment and/or use of the website whenever it deems appropriate.

C.- In this way, CMI is committed NOT TO ENGAGE IN MISLEADING ADVERTISING. For these purposes, therefore, the formal or numerical errors that may be found throughout the contents of the different sections of CMI website, produced as a result of incomplete or defective maintenance and/or updating of the information contained in these sections, will not be considered misleading advertising. CMI, as a consequence of the provisions in this section, will undertake the correction as soon as it becomes aware of such errors.

D.- CMI is committed NOT TO SEND COMMERCIAL COMMUNICATIONS WITHOUT IDENTIFYING THEM AS SUCH, in accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce. For this purpose, all the information sent to CMI ‘s CUSTOMERS will not be considered as commercial communication, provided that it aims to maintain the existing contractual relationship between the client and CMI, as well as the performance of the information, training tasks, and other activities of the service that the client has contracted with the company.

E.- CMI is not responsible for the breach of any applicable rule that may be incurred by the user in accessing the website of the company and/or in the use of the information contained therein.

F.- CMI will not be responsible for any damages or losses that may occur, whatever their nature, arising from the use of the information and contents contained on this website and the programs that it incorporates. The links and hypertext that allow the user, through the company website, to access benefits and services offered by third parties, neither belong to nor are under the control of CMI; said entity is not responsible for the information contained therein or for any consequences that may arise from said information.

G.- CMI is not responsible for the illegitimate use that third parties may make of the brand names, product names, trademarks that, not being property of said entity, appear on the website of the company. Nor is CMI responsible for the integrity, veracity, and legality of the content of the links to the websites that can be accessed from the company’s website.

H.- CMI is not responsible for viruses that originate in an online transmission infiltrated by third parties (for example, text processor macros, Java applets and Active X programs), generated for the purpose of causing negative results for a computer system.

I.- Ultimately, the user is the person solely responsible for the use made of the services, content, links and hypertext included in the website of the company.

 

Applicable Legislation and Jurisdiction

These General Conditions will be governed by Spanish legislation. CMI and the user, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond to them, are subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of Madrid, Spain for any issues that may arise or actions to be taken arising from the provision of the services of the web and its services and contents and on the interpretation, application, compliance or non-compliance of the established herein.

 

COOKIES

CMI informs you that this website uses cookies that help optimize your visit. If you continue browsing this website, we consider that you accept their use.

The person in charge of the file is bound by Royal Decree-Law 13/2012 that modifies Law 34/2002, of July 11, on services of the information society and electronic commerce, to inform and obtain the consent of the user about the use of cookies on this website.

Types of cookies:

Depending on the entity that manages the domain from which the cookies are sent and that treat the obtained data, two types can be distinguished: own cookies and third-party cookies.

There is also a second classification according to the period of time that they remain stored in the client’s browser, which may be session cookies or persistent cookies.

Finally, there is another classification with five types of cookies according to the purpose for which the data obtained is processed: technical cookies, personalization cookies, analysis cookies, advertising cookies and behavioral advertising cookies.

The user can allow, block, or eliminate the cookies installed on his computer by configuring the browser options installed on her/his computer.