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agree and based  to the FEDERAL LAW ON THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA IN POSSESSION OF INDIVIDUALS, CHAPTER I, article 3, sections V and VI, which reads:

v.            Personal data: Any information concerning an identified natural person or


SAW.          Sensitive personal data: Those personal data that affect the most intimate sphere of its owner, or whose improper use may give rise to discrimination or entail a serious risk for it. In particular, those that may reveal aspects such as racial or ethnic origin, present and future health status, genetic information, religious, philosophical and moral beliefs, union affiliation, political opinions, sexual preference are considered sensitive.

As well as CHAPTER II, of the Principles of Protection of Personal Data that literally says:


Article 8.- All processing of personal data will be subject to the consent of its owner, except for the exceptions provided for in this Law.

The consent will be express when the will is expressed verbally, in writing, by electronic, optical or any other technology, or by unequivocal signs.

It will be understood that the owner tacitly consents to the processing of their data, when having made the privacy notice available to them, they do not express their opposition.

The financial or patrimonial data will require the express consent of its owner, except for the exceptions referred to in articles 10 and 37 of this Law.

Consent may be revoked at any time without retroactive effects being attributed to it. To revoke the consent, the person in charge must, in the privacy notice, establish the mechanisms and procedures for it.


Article 9.- In the case of sensitive personal data, the person in charge must obtain the express and written consent of the owner for its treatment, through his autograph signature, electronic signature, or any authentication mechanism established for this purpose.

Databases containing sensitive personal data may not be created without justifying their creation for legitimate, specific purposes and in accordance with the activities or explicit purposes pursued by the regulated subject.

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