PRIVACY POLICY

In compliance with article 5 from the Personal Data Protection Organic Act 15/1999, dated 13th December, and with Act 34/2002, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, Cambridge Institute, as owner of the domain www.cambridgeinstitute.net, hereby informs the net users about their Personal Data Protection Policy, in order for users to determine freely and voluntarily whether they wish to provide Cambridge Institute with the personal data which may be required from them as a result of subscription to or registration for any of the services provided by this website.  Cambridge Institute reserves the right to modify the present policy in order to adapt it to new legislation or jurisprudence, as well as to industry practices. In such cases, Cambridge Institute will announce on this website before they come into effect.

Certain services provided by Cambridge Institute’s website network may contain special conditions with specific precautions regarding personal data protection. The personal data collected will be submitted to automation and incorporated to the files automated by www.cambridgeinstitute.net, which is the holder and manager of its own files.

Cambridge Institute brings the customers the needed technical resources so as to grant them access in advance to this warning on data protection policies, or any other relevant information, as well as grant them that they can provide their prior consent, in order for www.cambridgeinstitute.net to proceed to the automated treatment of their personal data.

Except where indicated otherwise, the answers to the questions on personal data are voluntary, failure to do so having no influence on the quality or quantity of the services offered. The collection and computerized processing of personal data is used to keep the contractual relationship established with cambridgeinstitute.net; to administrate, provide and improve the services to which you decide to subscribe, register, or use the adequacy of those services to the preferences and tastes of the users; the study of the services by the users; the design of new related services; the posting of service updates by electronic or traditional means, or of technical, operative and commercial information about products and services offered by or through www.cambridgeinstitute.net, now or in the future.

The purpose of personal data collection and automated processing includes the posting of survey questionnaires, to which the user is under no obligation to reply. Cambridge Institute has adopted the security levels for data protection required by law, and has installed all technical means and measures at their disposal in order to avoid the loss, misuse, alteration, theft or unauthorized access to the personal data provided to cambridgeinstitute.net. Nevertheless, users must be aware that the existing secutiry measures on the Internet are not entirely trustworthy.

The users are entitled to exercise their right of access, cancellation, rectification and opposition to their personal data, as well as having the right to be informed about any data transfer, by contacting the email address info@cambridgeinstitute.net or the postal address Plaza de España nº6,  28008, Madrid.
Cambridge Institute will not provide personal data to third parties, except in those cases where it is necessary for the provision of the service demanded by the user. The agreements by which these concessions are made shall be described in this same Data Protection Policy.

The website www.cambridgeinstitute.net collects cookies and session ID cookies when using its website network. These cookies associate uniquely with anonymous users and their computers, and they do not in themselves show names or surnames of the users. Cookies make it possible for cambridgeinstitute.net to recognize users after they have registered for the first time, not being necessary for them to register every time to access those areas and services reserved exclusively for their use.

The cookies used cannot read information of your hard disk or read cookie files created by other suppliers. Users have the possibility of configuring their browser to be notified on screen about the reception of cookies, and even to prevent the installation of cookies on their hard disk. In order to use the www.cambridgeinstitute.net website network, it is not necessary for the user to permit the installation of cookies sent by cambridgeinstitute.net, although it could bounce off onto a less enjoyable browsing experience, due to technical reasons. For legal reasons, cambridgeinstitute.net may and must provide all information required by competent authorities in accordance to Spanish law on presentation of the corresponding legal mandate, which is only granted if the judge has well-founded suspicions that the user is involved in illegal activities.

In these circumstances, and with the intention of collaborating with representatives of the legal system, cambridgeinstitute.net may record and then provide to the Police, after receiving the legally required court order, information related to the IP address which identifies the user’s connection, as well as the exact time of the same, usernames, passwords or other data. In any case, IP addresses and times of connection will only be registered in those services with respect to which it is suspected that a given user may be using them in an illegal way.