By registering, you voluntarily determine that you wish to provide your personal information required to use the open WiFi network services offered by the establishment to which you are connecting.
The personal data collected by the UnifiHotspotPortal application will be automatically processed and incorporated into the corresponding electronic records of personal data of which the establishment to which you are connecting will be the owner and responsible.
Use of information
The personal information you provide is used for the sole purpose of registering and allowing access to the open WiFi service promoted by the establishment that you are connecting to, and sending information containing news about products and services.
The establishment to which you are connecting and the UnifiHotspotPortal application agrees to:
-> Under any circumstances, do not disclose or commercialize without prior authorization data provided by you at the time of registration;
The establishment to which you are connecting and the <app-name> application adopt as a policy the commitment to not disclose information about your accesses unless it is required to do so by judicial order or strict compliance with legal regulations. Likewise, it keeps confidential its private registration data, only revealing them by reason of judicial order or with the authorization of its owners.
The UnifiHotspotPortal application may eventually record data files called "cookies" on your device. These files do not take up memory space and allow to customize each page you view on the site, which makes your browsing more interesting and agile. However, disabling the installation of these files in the navigation software is possible if you prefer, even if you continue to use the services that the site offers.
The e-mail marketing practice of the establishment you are connecting to, from O. R. Woodyard Co. and the UnifiHotspotPortal application is within the standards established by the <Code of Self-Regulation for e-mail marketing practice, which provides for In accordance with Chapter I, Art. 1>, the use of e-mail as a marketing tool, in an ethical, pertinent and responsible manner, without prejudice to the concomitant application of the applicable current legislation.