What is the scope of this Privacy Policy?

This Privacy Policy covers the websites, mobile applications and digital services that post or link to this Privacy Policy. With this declaration, OXXOTs.rl, including its affiliates (collectively “OXXOT”, “we”, “ours” or “us”) intends to inform you of which Personal Data may collect on your account, how it collects them, for what purposes use, to whom is authorized to disclose them, and finally of the rights that you may have in relation to the limitation of our use of your Personal Data. As part of this Privacy Policy, we will collectively refer to the websites, applications and digital services that post or link to this Privacy Policy with the term “websites”.


What Personal Data can we collect on your account?

Through our websites linked to this Privacy Policy, we will collect and process Personal Data that will not identify you directly by name (for example, the IP address) or include your contact details, but which could nevertheless be used to identify the access to our site by a specific computer or device, and which if combined with certain additional information could be used to identify you. We receive the aforementioned Personal Data through your interactions with our websites.

The Personal Data that we process on your behalf through our websites linked to this Privacy Policy may include the following categories:

• Personal data;
• Online identifiers;
• IP address;
• Data from our cookies;
• Third party cookies; and / or
• Use and use of social media

Where we collect directly identifiable personal data concerning you, the following privacy notices will provide you with further details on what data we are allowed to collect, how we will possibly carry out such collection and for what purposes, to whom we are authorized to disclose them and, finally, what rights you may have to limit our use of your Personal Data. Click on the following privacy notices, relevant to your interactions with us: GDPR privacy policy for HCP consumer privacy information privacy policy for patients.


How will we use your personal data?

The processing of your Personal Data contemplates the situations in which we may record, organize, structure, store, adapt or modify, retrieve, consult, use, disclose by transmission, dissemination or otherwise make available, align or incorporate, limit, delete or destroy the your personal data.

We may process your personal data for the following purposes:

• Guarantee of the conformity of our company and the safety of our offices and networks;
• Authorization, conferment, administration, monitoring and suspension of access to, or use of, systems, offices, information, property owned and infrastructure of OXXOT;
• Monitoring of your interactions with us;
• Review of our programs and services, for the purpose of their compliance;
• Where we are legally required to process personal data;
• Statistical analysis, including analyzes performed by our suppliers;
Website administration; and / or
• Marketing activities, including the monitoring of third-party cookies and the creation of a profile based on the areas of interest, relating to your interactions with us or with others
For any additional purposes where we are required to inform you and obtain your consent, including the purposes provided for by the local legal order in force, we will obtain your consent before proceeding to the processing of your Personal Data for these purposes.


What are our legal bases for the processing of your personal data?

The legal basis applicable to our processing of Personal Data concerning you, for the aforementioned purposes, includes the following:

• Your consent: in some cases, we may request your consent to the collection and processing of personal data. If you choose to give this consent, you can revoke it later (or withdraw) by contacting us as explained in the “How you can contact us” section below. We remind you that the withdrawal of consent will not have any effect on the possible processing of your Personal Data that has already taken place. Where we process your Personal Data on the basis of consent, you will receive more detailed information from us on the date of consent.

• Compliance with current laws, or the fulfillment of a contract: in certain circumstances, it may be necessary to process your Personal Data to fulfill the relevant legislative / regulatory obligations, or our obligations pursuant to a contract to which you are bound. Where we process your Personal Data to meet our legal obligations, you will probably not be allowed to contest such processing. However, in practice you will still have the right to access all the relevant information or to review it, unless this precludes the fulfillment of the legal obligations to which we are subject. If the processing takes place for the purpose of fulfilling our contractual obligations, on the basis of a tool you have subscribed, it may not be possible for you to contest the processing of the data or, if you choose to unsubscribe or contest this treatment, you could compromise our ability to fulfill an obligation due to you under the contractual clauses.
• Our legitimate interests: We will be able to process your Personal Data on the basis of our legitimate interests, in communications with you and in the management of our mutual interactions with regard to our products and services, as well as scientific research and educational opportunities. In addition to the other rights that may be recognized to you, set out below, you will have the right to contest this treatment of your Personal Data. You can register your objection by contacting us as explained in the “How you can contact us” section below.
Cookies and similar technologies that collect Personal Data
Web beacon
For our websites we may use a technology called “web beacon”, which allows you to collect information on Internet connections. A web beacon is a tiny graphic on a web page, or within an email message, which tracks the pages viewed or the messages opened. The information relating to your Internet connections is collected when you visit one of our sites, from the computer that hosts our website (called the “webserver”).

In the case of certain Internet pages or e-mail messages that we send you, we may use a technology called “web beacon” (also called “action tag” or “clear GIF technology”). We may use web beacons in an effort to determine which of our email messages are opened, and whether a particular message has translated into practical action. Furthermore, web beacons help to analyze the effectiveness of websites by quantifying the number of visitors, or how many visitors click on the key elements of a site.



This website may use a technology called “cookie”. A cookie is a small data file that websites can place on your computer’s hard drive, where the Internet browser files you use are stored. Thanks to cookies, you will not have to repeatedly type the same information in some areas intended for registration: in fact, with cookies the sites “remember” the information previously entered by visitors. In addition, they help to provide you with information about specific content, while simultaneously tracing how you use the various sections of the sites. Cookies can be placed on your computer both by us and by third parties who have entered into contractual relationships with us, as in the case of web analysis services and online promotions. Most Internet browsers and software programs allow you to change your browser settings, to delete cookies from your computer’s hard drive, block all cookies or receive a warning before storing a cookie. For more details on these features, see the instructions that accompany your browser. If you refuse cookies, the functionality of the site may be limited and perhaps you will not have access to many of the site’s features.


Don’t monitor

There are several ways to prevent tracking your online business. One is to set a preference within the browser, which alerts the sites you visit that you do not authorize the collection of certain information on your account. The above is called Do-Not-Track signal (“DNT” – Do Not Monitor). We remind you that currently our websites and web resources do not respond to the above signals from web browsers. For the moment there is no universally approved standard that establishes the conduct that companies must follow if they detect a DNT signal.


Google Analytics

Google Analytics can be used to increase the operation of our site and help us understand which specific sections are the most visited by users. Google Analytics uses technical tools, such as first-party cookies and JavaScript code, to collect visitor information. The Google Analytics service monitors site visitors if JavaScript is enabled on their computers. Google Analytics anonymously controls the ways in which users interact with a site, including their origin and the actions they perform within the site itself. Google Analytics collects the aforementioned information from users.

Later, they are used to administer and update the site. In addition, we will assess whether our visitors match the expected demographic profile and determine how our key recipients navigate through the content.

A. Withdrawal option:

Google Analytics offers a withdrawal option, or “opt-out”, to visitors who refuse to collect their data. For more details on this option, visit: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

B. Use of data by Google:
Google and its wholly owned subsidiaries may retain and use, subject to the conditions set out in the Google Privacy Policy (accessible on http://www.google.com/privacy.html, or other URL notified from time to time by Google) information collected by your use of the disclosure and sharing of data within Google Analytics.




Social Media Plugin

Our sites may use so-called “Social Media Plugins” to allow you to easily share information with third parties. When you visit our websites, the social media plugin operator on our website will be able to place a cookie on your computer, to recognize users who have previously visited our websites. If you have already connected to a social media site while browsing our site, social media plugins may allow that site to directly receive identifiable information about your account, which confirms that you have visited our site. The social media plugin may collect this information from visitors connected to social networks, regardless of their specific interaction with the plugin on our site. Furthermore, thanks to social media plugins, the social media site will be able to share information about your activities on our site with other users. OXXOT has no control over content derived from social media plugins. For more details on plugins from social media sites, view their privacy and data sharing statements.
Personal data of minors
This site is not intended or created for users under the age of 16. We do not intentionally collect personal data from individuals under the age of 16.


How will we protect your Personal Data?

We resort to industry-standard administrative, technical and physical protection measures, in order to protect your Personal Data from the risk of loss, theft, abuse and, in addition, unauthorized access, modification, disclosure and destruction. We limit access to your Personal Data only to employees and third parties in charge who have a legitimate need to access it. We will only transfer your Personal Data to third parties who act on our behalf who will previously issue written guarantees about the protection of said data in accordance with this Privacy Policy and with our policies and procedures on the matter.


When and to whom / with whom will we disclose or share your Personal Data?

We will share or disclose the Personal Data on your account with the following interlocutors:

• Our subsidiaries globally, as better described below.
• Third parties entrusted by us for the provision of services, for the performance of activities or functions related to the purposes of processing your Personal Data, as illustrated above. In this case, third parties who act on our behalf will be required to protect the confidentiality and confidentiality of your Personal Data which we will share with them. Unless otherwise explicitly specified in this Privacy Policy, the aforementioned third parties must also undertake contractually not to use or disclose your Personal Data for purposes other than necessary to provide us with the services, provide the services in our name, or respect the applicable laws and regulations.
• Government agencies, auditors and competent authorities. We will be able to disclose your Personal Data to government agencies, authorities and auditors, if we receive requests for authorized information, or if otherwise requested based on laws, regulations or industry codes.
• Third party buyers, potential or actual. In the event that we decide to reorganize or sell our activities, through sales, mergers or acquisitions, we will be able to share your Personal Data with our actual or potential buyers. In this case, we will require such subjects to process your Personal Data in accordance with this Privacy Policy.


How will we transfer your personal data internationally?

We may pass on your Personal Data to our other subsidiaries around the world. For the names and contact details of the OXXOT associated companies, visit https://www.OXXOT.com/home. These affiliated companies may in turn communicate your Personal Data to our other affiliates globally. Some of our subsidiaries and their databases may be located in countries that do not guarantee adequate data protection levels similar to those in force in the country where you reside. Regardless of this, all our affiliates will be required to process your Personal Data in compliance with this Privacy Policy and our privacy and data protection policies and procedures.


How long will we keep your Personal Data for?

Your personal data will be kept for the entire duration of your relationship with us. We will store and maintain such data in compliance with our Company Policy on retention of information, and subsequently we will archive or delete it. For a detailed overview of our retention procedures, visit https://www.OXXOT.com/home. We remind you that some information may be kept longer, if we have ongoing obligations towards you or if this is foreseen according to local regulations.


Links to third party websites

For the convenience of our visitors, this site may include links that link to other sites, owned by third parties and managed by said third parties, if we believe they can offer useful information. The policies and procedures described here do not apply to these sites. We do not assume any responsibility for the collection or use of personal data by third parties or on third party sites. Consequently, we deny any responsibility for the possible use by third parties of the Personal Data obtained through the use of the third party website. We suggest contacting these sites directly, for information regarding privacy, security, data collection and distribution policies.


What are your rights?

You have the right to view and obtain a copy of your Personal Data in our possession, including an electronic copy, and to ask us also to make any corrections to inaccurate or incomplete Personal Data concerning you. You can also request the cancellation of your Personal Data, when they are no longer required for the original purposes for which you provided them, the limitation of the processing of your Personal Data only for certain limited purposes, if it is not possible to delete them, or contest our treatment of your personal data. In certain situations, you may be allowed to request that we send a copy of your Personal Data to a third party of your choice.

To enforce the aforementioned rights, contact us as indicated in the “How you can contact us” section below. You are then granted the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority (for details, refer to the item “repair rights” below), if you believe that there has been a violation of your rights.


What if we decide to amend this Privacy Notice?

From time to time, we may make changes to this Privacy Policy to reflect changes in our legal obligations, or how we treat your Personal Data. You will be informed of all significant changes in this Privacy Policy, which will take place immediately upon their notification.


How can you contact us for questions or reservations?

Please contact info@oxxot.com

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