Privacy Policy, Author’s Law & NDA

The constitution

The right to privacy is enshrined in article 6 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, which stipulates that:

“A. In order to exercise the right to information, the Federation, the States and the Federal District, in the sphere of their own cognizance, shall be ruled by the following principles: (…)

II. Information regarding private life and personal data shall be protected according to law and with the exceptions established therein:

Article 16. No person shall be disturbed in his private affairs, his/her family, papers, properties or be invaded at home without a written order from a competent authority, duly explaining the legal cause of the proceeding.

All people have the right to enjoy protection on his personal data, and to access, correct and cancel such data. All people have the right to oppose the disclosure of his data, according to the law. The law shall establish exceptions to the criteria that rule the handling of data, due to national security reasons, law and order, public security, public health, or protection of third party’s rights.(…)”

Regional and international conventions

Mexico has ratified several international instruments relevant to the right to privacy, including:

DOF – Diario Oficial de la Federación


Non-Disclosure Agreement


Privacy Policy


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