Cookies and Privacy Policy

This document explains the terms under which Football Industry collects, uses, and processes its readers’ data and information via its website. The rules for the collection, use, and processing of data and information are under the national legislation and the Regulation of Protection of Personal Data 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016.

Football Industry ensures the privacy of its readers as well as the personal data submitted by them, being responsible for the website (hereinafter, the “website”).

We request a careful reading of this Cookies and Privacy Policy, to clarify the readers about the data collected, the purposes of the collection, treatment of them, and as to their rights.

This Privacy Policy applies to data collected and processed in the context of readers’ interaction with the website.

Ways of collecting data from readers

Football Industry collects data from its readers through the following platforms:

  • Subscription to newsletters on the website;
  • Readers’ contact via corporate e-mails, namely

Data that Football Industry collects from its readers

Identification and contact: name and e-mail address.

Technical information about computer devices: operating system, resolution, software, search engine, or mobile device used to access the website.

Anonymous information: activity log and website navigation.

Minor Data

Football Industry does not knowingly collect (nor distinguish) data from minors under the age of 16. However, if it does, with the information that data from minors has been collected, Football Industry will immediately proceed to delete them.

Use of collected data

Football Industry uses the data collected for the following purposes:

  • Making your services available to the reader;
  • Provision of support to the reader;
  • compliance with contractual and legal obligations;
  • Providing information and content of interest to the reader;
  • Improved website operation, including content management and prioritization.

Data transmission

The data collected by Football Industry is not transmitted to third parties.

Data Breach

Football Industry is not responsible for the content accessed through any link that leads the reader to browse outside the domain, whenever such links are the responsibility of third parties.

All data collected is processed automatically and the information sent by users is managed securely.

The violation, or attempted violation, of databases obtained through the website, will result in the immediate legal liability of the offender (s).

Rights of Data Subjects

Readers can exercise their rights to the contact details of the person responsible for handling Football Industry’s personal data referred to below in this Cookies and Privacy Policy.

Football Industry readers own and can exercise the following rights in connection with their personal data:

Right to Information – at the time of collection or processing, the holder of personal data has the right to be informed as to the purpose of the processing, the person responsible for processing the data, entities to which their data may be communicated, conditions of access and rectification and which mandatory and optional data will be collected.

Right of Access – the holder of personal data has the right to access them, without restrictions or delays, as well as to know what information is available on the origin of the data, the purposes of processing and communicating them to third parties.

Right of Rectification – the holder has the right to demand that the data about him be accurate and current, and may at any time request his rectification from Football Industry data controller.

Right of Erasure – the data subject has the right to have their data ceased to be processed, to be erased and eliminated, under certain conditions, in the case of:

  • Are no longer needed for the purpose they were collected;
  • The holders withdraw their consent or oppose their treatment;
  • If the processing of the data does not comply with the legal provisions.

Right to Limitation of Processing – the holder of personal data is entitled to have his data limited only to what is essential for the purpose of the processing.

Data Portability Right (data transfer) – the data owner has the right to receive his data or to request the transmission of it to another entity that becomes the new responsible for his data (only if it is technically possible).

Right of Opposition – the data subject has the right to object, at his request and free of charge, to the processing of his data for direct marketing or any other form of prospecting and that his data is communicated to third parties unless otherwise provided by law.

Right to Knowledge of the existence of a data breach – the holder of personal data has the right to be informed if there is any breach of security that compromises his data.

Right of Complaint to the supervisory authority – the holder of personal data has the right to complain not only to the person responsible for processing the company’s data but also to the supervisory authority, the National Data Protection Commission.

Data Retention Period

The data collected are processed for the period strictly necessary to achieve the specific purpose of each one.

The identification data of readers who subscribe to information lists will remain in effect until the reader proceeds to cancel their subscription.

Responsible for the Treatment of Personal Data

Any aspects related to the processing of personal data and the exercise of the rights of the holders of personal data should be directed to the following contact:

Final considerations

Football Industry is not responsible for the content of readers’ comments, so any personal data that is disclosed by any reader in this context will be promptly deleted when the Football Industry is notified of the disclosure of such data.

Football Industry reserves the right to change its Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy, and Terms and Conditions described on this page, so we advise you to visit this address frequently. We consider that users are aware of these policies when browsing https: //

Last review date: 6/26/2020

Cookies Policy

Football Industry uses cookies to improve the user’s performance and browsing experience. Any internet browser (browser) allows the user to accept, refuse, or delete cookies, through the settings of the browser itself. If you choose to disable cookies, some services on our website,, will cease to function, thus affecting your browsing experience on the websites.

What are cookies?

Cookies are short text files with relevant information that your browser processes when a website is visited by a user.

The placement of cookies helps the website to recognize the user’s device (tablet, desktop, mobile, etc.) whenever he visits us. Cookies only retain information related to your preferences, not revealing personal data.

To optimize your browsing experience as much as possible, we recommend that you do not disable cookies. They increase the speed of response in navigation.

Types of cookies

There are several types of cookies with different features and functions. They are:

Essential cookies – They are very important to access specific areas of the website allowing correct navigation.

Functionality cookies – Functionality cookies allow user preferences to be saved when visiting websites. Thus, it is not necessary to personalize the website each time you visit it.

Analytical cookies – This type of cookies allows you to analyze how users use the website, know the most popular pages and monitor the performance of the website, making it possible to understand possible error messages on the website. Personal information will never be revealed.

On the website, you can find third party cookies, from companies that use our website for analysis purposes, the sending of which the Football Industry has no control over.