Privacy policy

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Política de Privacidad Mainscope

Dear user, you are notified that, in compliance with the Regulations of the Federal Law for the Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties, the Privacy Policies have been modified on January 10, 2016.

Mnscpe Software SA de CV (hereinafter Mainscope), is committed to ensuring the privacy of personal information obtained through its online services. We are a corporation and we are located Av. Homero 1425 Int 105 Col. Polanco, 11560, Delegación Miguel Hidalgo, CDMX. Our telephone number is 55 2282 2271. Our Data Protection Officer is Eng. Manuel Morales and you can contact him by phone or through our contact form. Additionally, this site operates under our Terms of Use.

One of Mainscope’s priorities is respecting the privacy of its users and striving to keep the information it collects secure. This notice may have changes in the future, if so, you will be notified in a timely manner in the Privacy Notice section. If you wish to revoke consent regarding the processing of your personal data or request the exercise of your ARCO rights (acronym for access, rectification, cancellation and opposition), use our contact form to let us know this.


  • Personal data we request
    What are “Cookies” and how are they used?
  • Use of information
  • Limitation of Use and Disclosure of Information
    ARCO Rights (Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Opposition)
  • Transfer of information with third parties
    sensitive personal data
  • Confidentiality of information
  • Personal information protection
  • Confidentiality for minors
  • Acceptance of terms

Personal data we request

At Mainscope, we collect information from various areas of our websites. For each of these sites, the information requested is different and is stored in separate databases.

Information should be true and complete. The user will respond at all times for the data provided, and in no case will Mainscope be responsible for them. Among the information requested from the user on the site is:

  • Name
  • Surname
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Gender
  • Year of birth
  • Address
  • Comments

At any time, you can revoke the consent you have given us for the processing of your personal data so that we stop using it. To do this, you need to submit your request through our contact form.

Your request must be accompanied by the grounds for which you request said revocation.

Within a maximum period of 20 (twenty) business days, we will attend to your request, and we will inform you of its origin through the email from which the request comes.

What are “Cookies” and how are they used?

Cookies are small pieces of information that are sent by the website to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive. They are used to determine your preferences when you connect to the services of our sites, as well as to track certain behaviors or activities carried out by you within our sites.

In some sections of our site we require that you have cookies enabled, since some of the features require them to work.

Cookies allow us to:

  1. Recognize you when you enter our sites and offer you a personalized experience.
  2. Know the personal configuration of the site specified by you, for example, cookies allow us to detect the bandwidth you have selected when entering the home page of our sites, in such a way that we know what type of information it is advisable to download .
  3. Calculate the size of our audience and measure some traffic parameters, since each browser that accesses our sites acquires a cookie that is used to determine the frequency of use and the sections of the sites visited, thus reflecting their habits and preferences, information which is useful to us to improve content, headlines, and promotions for users.
  4. Cookies also help us to track some activities, for example, in some of the surveys we launch online, we may use cookies to detect if the user has already filled out the survey and prevent it from being displayed again if they have. However, cookies will allow you to take advantage of the most beneficial features we offer, so we recommend that you leave them turned on.

The use of cookies will not be used to identify users, except for cases in which possible fraudulent activities are investigated.

Use of information

The requested information allows Mainscope to contact users and potential customers.

In addition, Mainscope will use the information obtained to:

  • Seek an efficient service.
  • Inform about new products or services that are related to the contracted or acquired by the client.
  • To comply with obligations to our customers.
  • Report changes to our products or services.
    Provide better customer service.

Limitation of use and disclosure of information

In our promotions, offers, and services notification program via email, only Mainscope has access to the information collected.

This type of publicity is carried out through notices and promotional email messages, which will only be sent to you and to those contacts registered for this purpose, through our portal. This indication can be modified at any time.

Offers from third parties who are our business partners may occasionally be included in the emails sent.

In the case of the use of cookies, the “help” button found in the toolbar of most browsers will tell you how to avoid accepting new cookies, how to make the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable all cookies.

ARCO Rights (Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Opposition)

The personal data provided by the user will be part of a file that will contain his profile.

The user can access or modify their profile at any time using their email at

Likewise, you can notify us of the cancellation of your file or opposition to the processing of information by the same means or by calling 55 2282 2271.

Mainscope® advises the user to update their data each time they undergo any changes, as this allows them to provide more personalized service.

Transfer of information with third parties

Mainscope® only transfers information with the hosting companies with which it maintains a current legal relationship in order to maintain, update and manage its websites, through which it informs its partners, contractors and users about activities, promotions, events , studies and industry initiatives.

Sensitive personal data

Mainscope does not request sensitive personal data on any of its websites and others associated with these domains.


Prevention and containment measures have been incorporated into the security of the site in accordance with the best practices in force in the industry in order to safeguard as far as possible the information contained in our databases.

No transmission over the Internet can guarantee your security 100%.

Once the data is received, we will do everything possible to safeguard its security in our systems. On this issue, the Mainscope team of collaborators has focused its efforts to offer the most consistent technology in order to offer you the greatest possible security and mitigate risks of diversion, adulteration, loss, consultation, or unauthorized treatment of said information.

Confidentiality of information

Mainscope does not sell or rent the information of its registered users. If your personal user data should be shared with business partners, you will be notified before it is collected or transferred. If you do not want your data to be shared, you can decide not to use a certain service or not to participate in some promotions or contests.

Mainscope can disseminate the owner’s information in special cases when, at the express request of an authority, providing this information may serve to identify, locate or take legal action against persons who may violate the conditions of service of our websites, or cause damage or interference with the rights of Mainscope or its property, other users of our websites, or any other person who may be harmed by such activities.

Mainscope does not assume any obligation to keep confidential any other information that the user provides by means other than those mentioned above, including information that the user provides through newsletters and online chats (chats), comments, blogs, as well as the information obtained through the cookies described in the corresponding subparagraph.

The foregoing is in terms of the provisions of Article 109 of the Federal Copyright Law and the section I of Article 76 bis of the Federal Consumer Protection Law.

Personal information protection

We recommend that you do not disclose your personal information, including usernames and passwords, to anyone. Mainscope will not ask for your password in any phone call or email. At all times, as a user, you are solely and ultimately responsible for keeping your username/partner, personal password, access code, and confidential number secret with which you have access to the services and contents of our websites.

To reduce risk, Mainscope recommends that you log out of your account and close your browser window when you are done with your activity, especially if you share your computer with someone or use a computer in a public place like a library or Internet cafe.

Confidentiality of minors

Mainscope does not request personally identifiable information from minors. Minors should always ask their parents for permission before sending personal information to another online user.

Acceptance of terms

This Confidentiality/Privacy statement is subject to the terms and conditions of all Mainscope websites described above, which constitutes a legal agreement between the user and Mainscope.

If you use the services on any of the Mainscope sites, it means that you have read, understood, and accepted the terms herein.

If you do not agree with them, you should not provide any personal information or use the services of the Mainscope sites.

For complaints, questions, or suggestions, visit the “Contact” section, or call 55 2282 2271.


* Last update: March 07, 2023