CALIFORNIA PRIVACY CLAUSES

California Privacy Clauses

To help California consumers make informed decisions about privacy and compare companies' practices, the state has created a common framework for companies to talk about privacy. Alberto Carlos Moya Guerrero uses that framework to describe, for each category of personal information and sensitive personal information under California law, whether he collects that personal information or sensitive personal information, or discloses it for a business purpose. We do not sell or disclose your personal information, as those terms are defined under California law. We also do not use or disclose sensitive personal information for any purpose that requires users to exercise their right to limit under California law.

  • Identifiers: We collect information that identifies you to provide you with the services you request. For example, we process your name, email address, and billing address to process transactions. Also, process your cell phone number to contact you. We disclose this information to service providers who process the information on its behalf to assist it in achieving a particular business objective in accordance with your instructions. In some cases, we may provide this information to third parties for the business purposes you request. Under California law, certain personal information in this category, such as social security number, driver's license, state identification card, or passport number, may be considered confidential.
  • Characteristics of classifications protected by federal or California law: Federal and California laws offer protection from discrimination if you belong to a protected class. Under California law, certain personal information in this category may be considered confidential. Protected classes include groups based on race, ethnic or national origin, religious or philosophical beliefs, sexual orientation, genetic information, family status, and whether you have a disability. Likewise, while you can tell Apple that you are part of a Family Sharing family unit, Apple takes no steps to infer your actual family status based on your use of the feature.
  • Commercial information: We collect and keep a record of your transactions. Provide this information to service providers for their business purposes, such as to process transactions you have requested. It also shares certain business information with third parties, such as credit card companies, to process your transactions. Under California law, certain personal information in this category may be considered confidential. 
  • Sound, electronic, visual, thermal or olfactory information: We do not collect information about your senses.
  • Working Information: We collect any professional or employment information that you share with us or direct others to share or make available to us, such as institutions you have attended, any professional degrees or certifications, or union membership.
  • Education information: If you are a student or teacher and want to use an educational discount, we may collect information about your status to verify eligibility and maintain information about your affiliation with an educational institution.
  • Inferences from your personal information to create a profile about your preferences: If you choose to personalize services or communications when that option is available, we will use the information we collect to offer you those personalized services or communications. You can learn more about how relevant services use information to personalize your experience. To do this, please review the privacy information provided the first time you use a service in which you are asked for authorization to use your personal information. You can easily find this information thanks to the Data and privacy icon.
  • Personal information described in section 1798.80(e): The California Consumer Privacy Act requires that we inform you if we collect personal information described in California Civil Code Section 1798.80(e). The Code section includes a wide variety of categories of personal information, such as name, contact information, physical characteristics, credit card or billing information, etc. Under California law, certain personal information in this category, such as financial information, health information, sex life, social security number, driver's license, state identification card, or passport number, may considered confidential. We collect personal information described in Section 1798.80(e). Some of this data is already described in the previous categories. For a complete description of how Alberto Carlos Moya Guerrero collects and handles personal information, we recommend that you consult our Privacy Policy and privacy information provided when you first use a service in which you are asked for permission to use your personal information, indicated by the Data & Privacy icon.
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