We are pleased to welcome you to ihispania.com. From now on, we may refer to as the “provider,” “our,” or “us,” or “the site” or “website.”
You may require to agree to additional terms and conditions depending on your activities on our website.
You will also find information about how the law protects your privacy.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- What information do we collect about you?
- In what ways do we use your information?
- Do we share your data and details with anyone?
- Cookies and other Laws
- CAN-SPAM Act
- Details about us
What information do we collect about you?
We collect information from visitors who use different devices to access our site, including mobile devices.
We may collect information from you if you register on our site, fill out any form, subscribe to our newsletter, or comment on the site. Also, when you email, message, call, or use social media to contact us.
We may also receive logs, location, usage, demographic, and device information. Nevertheless, you can visit our site anonymously if you wish.
The information we collect may include your name, location, phone number, and email address. We require this information to offer you a relevant and appropriate answer or solution.
When you leave a comment on a blog post or fill out a contact form on ihispania.com, we may gather probable personally-identifying information. For example, your IP address.
In what ways do we use your information?
We use this information and data to analyze trends, track user movements on our website, plan advertising campaigns, manage our website, and conduct demographic research.
We will provide you with updates, marketing, and promotional information. Also, we may use the data to contact you directly or through one of our email marketing businesses.
Using this information, we can improve the performance of our website, customize your experience, and expand our growth.
Other companies or individuals may perform a number of our functions. Even though we have access to this information, we do not use it for any other purpose. Likewise, they cannot use it for any other objective.
Even though internet transmission is indispensable, it is not 100% secure. Further, online data can be accessed and used by others besides the intended recipient.
Because of the factors mentioned above, we cannot guarantee that third parties will not access or disclose your personal information.
Do we share your data and details with anyone?
“Instituto Hispania” will never sell, trade, rent, lease, share, or transfer any of your information to a third party.
Third parties may receive your personal information under the following circumstances:
- We operate our website, business, and services with the help of our employees, a team of marketers, and developers. The data we collect is accessible to them as long as they agree to keep it confidential.
- Information may be accessed by third-party service providers and business partners who assist us in our marketing efforts. For instance, we may partner with other companies to provide email services, advertising, newsletters, secure payments, customer support, messaging services, and interaction on social media. Plus, auditing, accounting, and studying our website to improve it.
- Legal obligations may also require us to release information. If necessary, we will enforce our site policies, resolve disputes, apply our agreements, or safeguard our interests.
How do we protect your information?
- Our company performs no vulnerability or PCI compliance scans.
- We offer articles, information, facts, and opinions that do not have any compliance.
- We do not collect credit card details, so we do not store the payment data on our servers. Instead, the concerned payment gateways handle the transactions.
- We scan for viruses and malware regularly.
The networks we use to protect your personal information are secure. We restrict access to this system to a small number of people with special rights. Also, access to confidential information is vital. Our secure server encrypts all sensitive credit information you provide using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
We execute various security measures to protect your information when you place an order, enter, access, or submit it.
All of the above policies do not “sell” your personal information. Also, “Instituto Hispania” does not disclose or sell personal information to third parties for business or commercial activities.
Our company values your privacy. So you can trust us not to sell or trade your personal information.
Remove or update data
At the bottom of our newsletter, you will find an unsubscribe button that you can click to cancel your subscription. When you unsubscribe, you won’t receive any more emails from us. We will also delete your details from our database.
Please let us know if you wish to delete or update your information. Then, we will make the needed changes for you.
Cookies and other Laws
Our site uses necessary “Cookies” and similar technologies to enrich the user experience. It displays personalized content, shows relevant ads, tracks your visits, and saves your preferences, for example.
Google and Other 3rd parties’ Cookies
Our sites use Google Search Console, Analytics, Google Tag Manager, and other 3rd party analytics and web services to determine how visitors use them. These tools can track traffic, analyze activities, and check errors, conversions, and performance.
Google also uses DART cookies to serve ads to our site visitors based on where they go online after visiting our site.
We have added reCAPTCHA 2.0 and Invisible reCAPTCHA 3.0 to this website to protect users and us from spam, fraud, and abuse. These technologies adhere the Google’s Privacy Policies and Terms of Service.
Advertising Partners, we work with
Advertisers may use different web techniques and cookies in the future on our site, “Instituto Hispania.” Point to remember that each advertiser has its own Privacy Policies concerning the handling of user data.
“Instituto Hispania” sometimes may display ads from the AdExchange network and Google’s AdSense program.
Click here to read Google’s AdSense privacy policies. With Google’s Ads Preferences Manager, you can also adjust ad settings.
External Links on Instituto Hispania
In some cases, we may provide links to other websites that we think you will find valuable or exciting but which are not managed or owned by us. Any third-party website, service, product, or content on those sites is not supported, endorsed, or promoted by us.
The privacy policies of these third-party apps and sites are separate and independent. Due to this, we are not liable or responsible for the privacy practices of these third parties.
Feel free to contact them directly for any questions or concerns about their privacy policies.
Data Protection Rights under GDPR
Regarding data protection, you need to understand your rights thoroughly.
The law gives users the right to access, correct, erase, and object to the processing their personal data.
We would be happy to assist you if you would like to exercise any of these rights under specific circumstances. In that scenario, we will get back to you within a month.
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
According to California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA Privacy Rights), consumers have rights related to their personal information. Businesses that collect their personal data must disclose what categories of information they retain and how they use it.
Other than names, phone numbers, email, IP addresses, and academic and professional details, we do not collect any information documented in the California Customer Records Act (CCPA).
In case of questions or if you wish to exercise your rights in particular possibilities, feel free to contact us. Within one month, you will receive a response.
Children’s Information Protection Act (COPPA)
Keeping children safe online is our top priority. In light of this, we do not specifically target our website or services at children under 13 years old.
Although the content on our website is for educational purposes, we advise parents and guardians to follow, guide, and monitor their children’s online activities.
Consider the situation in which you believe your child has shared sensitive or personal information with us. If so, you can contact us immediately if that is the case. Our policy is to remove such information as quickly as possible under the Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”).
Commercial emails must comply with specific requirements as outlined in the CAN-SPAM Act. The law stipulates that recipients have the right to stop receiving emails and are subject to strict penalties if they do so.
Our goal in collecting your email address is as follows:
- Respond to inquiries, answer questions, and send information.
- Following the completion of the original transaction, we may continue to contact our mailing list or send emails to our clients.
As part of our commitment to CANSPAM, we will:
- The subject line and address of an email should not be misleading.
- We indicate that the message is an advertisement as much as possible.
- Provide the physical address of our business or website’s main office, for example.
- In addition, we monitor the use of 3rd-party email marketing services for compliance.
- Requests for unsubscribes/opt-outs should be honored as soon as possible.
- Users can unsubscribe by using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email.
Any time you wish to discontinue receiving future emails, you may unsubscribe. You may then email us, and we will promptly remove you from ALL correspondence for the future.
When updating and expanding our services, “Instituto Hispania” may modify and update this privacy notice. However, most changes will likely be nominal.
There will be a “Revised” version at the bottom of the page with the updated date, and it will take effect that day. This current version supersedes all previous wordings of this document.
We urge and encourage you to review our privacy notice regularly to learn how we protect your personal information. If you continue to use our site after the change has been implemented, we will consider you to have accepted the change.
Details about us
Instituto Hispania owns and operates all digital platforms associated with “ihispania.com and institutohispania.com.” A team of professionals from various fields manages it.
We are a government-registered company under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Our office is at Building No 6, Panchsheel Community Centre, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi – 110017, India.
How can you contact us?
- hello [at] ihispania.com