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Types of information we collect:

CPS Media collects information from our visitors and users in order to deliver an experience on our site that meets your needs. The information collected may include but not be limited to:

(i) Complete information requests, (ii) purchase products or services, (iii) register for membership programs, (iv) submit job applications,(v) respond to communications that we send you (e.g. surveys or promotional offers), (vi) meet your personal preferences, (vii) complete requests of services or recommendations we offer advice on, (viii) work with third parties, including gathering information of public use from social event websites, help us better understand your interests and provide more personalized services, (ix) use our applications on your electronic devices, or (x) to facilitate the transmission of messages to an email from a friend, if desired.

The personal information we collect may include your name, address and personal and professional e-mail addresses, phone numbers and fax numbers, details of the credit card, date of birth, gender and information related to your lifestyle.

CPS Media may also collect information that is not considered personally identifiable such as your use of our websites, communication preferences, travel habits, and responses to promotional offers and surveys.

Note that for a better protection of your information, you should not include information related to your credit card in your electronic communications unless we specifically ask for it in order to complete the process of a transaction on our websites.

Collection and use

CPS Media is fully committed to providing information regarding the collection and use of information provided by visitors and users of our websites, products and services. We do not ask for information unless we need it for an oriented use. Some of the main reasons we collect information include:

  • Providing services such as processing a transaction (e.g. responding to a request for information).
  • Sending you marketing communications relating to products and services offered by CPS Media, our strategic partners and other trusted third parties.
  • Conducting market research via surveys to better meet your needs, improve the quality of our websites, and other communication, advertising, or promotional activities.

You can opt out of receiving commercial emails or surveys from CPS Media at any time by clicking on the link included in the communications or by contacting us directly. Click here for the Update of your communication preferences in the Contact Us section of this privacy statement. You can opt for not submitting your information or decide what communications you want from us. However, doing so may cause certain transactions to be affected.

Processing and disclosure

In most cases, the information you provide is added to our local or international database. As standard practice, CPS Media does not sell, rent, or give physical possession of our database to third parties outside the CPS Media system. CPS Media may disclose your personal data to other people in the situations listed below:

  • When we have your consent.
  • In situations where your personal information is required to provide products or services you request.
  • When companies or services providers perform business activities on behalf of CPS Media (e.g. processing credit cards, customer service, market research administration or database management services) require this information.
  • In the event that CPS Media merges with or is acquired by another company.
  • To comply with the requirements and legal obligations or regulations established by the applicable law or as a result of a court order or judicial citation.
  • In emergencies such as a lifesaving situation, preserving the health or property of a person.

In the event that CPS Media share information as mentioned above, we will try to limit the scope of the data supplied to the minimum required to carry out the specific purpose. Unless precluded by legal process, we require third parties to protect your information and comply with applicable laws and regulations for the protection of personal data.


As part of our commitment to keep you informed, we may send letters or emails, communicate by telephone or other means to notify you of new products and services of CPS Media, along with upcoming special offers from CPS Media, events, enhancements or other relevant information that may be of interest. You have the option not to accept delivery of all these communications of CPS Media, either following the directions included in our emails or other communications or by communicating directly with CPS Media.

Our intention is to keep all our guests and visitors informed and also to allow them to take advantage of the benefits offered by CPS Media and its strategic partners. However, if you live outside the United States, certain regulations on data protection may require us to obtain your permission to send you information you have not requested.

In some cases, your consent maybe implied by the nature of the service requested or transaction carried out. As an example, CPS Media may collect and use information that you voluntarily give us, as well as behavior data or information collected globally. Also, we will consider to have received your consent to receive those necessary communications to complete the transactions and provide the services requested.

In certain cases, we will request your explicit consent to collect information considered confidential according to certain laws of information privacy (e.g. information revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions or health conditions).

You may object to CPS Media’s disclosing your information to third parties except when:

(i) service providers are under retainer to give services on behalf of CPS Media, (ii) the law requests data disclosure, (iii) disclosure data is necessary for reasons of public interest or national law, (iv) data disclosure is necessary to protect the user’s vital interests of, (v) the information is collected from publicly available sources, (vi) the disclosure is for retrospective processing of information for statistical or historical purposes or to improve our customers’ experience (vii) where a supervisory authority (as a defender of the rights of privacy, a data protection authority or a similar authority) allows such disclosure.

Access to personally identifiable information

To ensure that your information is accurate and updated, we encourage you to regularly review and update such information as appropriate (for example, in the event of a change of address or email address or if you want to add other communication systems so that we may contact you). In an effort to prevent unauthorized disclosure of your information, you may be asked to provide a proof of your identity (or another test) along with the application form duly completed.

Occasionally, it is possible that the information you have requested to be removed is stored in certain files for a period of time in order to resolve any dispute properly or solve a problem. Also, some information may be kept indefinitely in the copies of “backup” or in the log files due to technical constraints, or financial or legal requirements. Therefore, you cannot always expect all your information to be completely removed from our database according to your request

Please see the appropriate contact information listed below to contact us if you want to update your communication preferences, be removed from our marketing list or send a question or general request.

Safety measures

CPS Media recognizes the importance of information security and is constantly reviewing and improving standards and technical, physical and logical security procedures. All websites and servers owned by CPS Media apply security measures to help protect your data against accidents, loss, misuse, unauthorized or illegal access, disclosure or alteration while under our control. Although there is no “guaranteed security” on or off the Internet, we protect your information using appropriate technical, administrative, and procedural safeguards among which are password controls, “firewalls”, and use of up to 256-bit encryption based on a Class 3Digital Certificate issued by VeriSign, Inc. This allows us to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), an encryption method used to help protect your data from interception and hacking attempts while in transit.

Online technologies

CPS Media and its business partners may use cookies, web beacons to obtain information about you while visiting our websites. A “cookie” is a small text file sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer’s hard disk. CPS Media’ cookies assign a unique identifier to the computer, which becomes your identification card whenever you visit a website of CPS Media.

Cookies were designed to save you time as they help us provide a personalized service without having to remind us of your preference every time you visit our website. Cookies from CPS Media are not designed to damage your files or to read the information you store on your computer’s hard disk.

Cookies can also help us provide you with a personalized online service in the following ways:

  • They remember your username and password for future visits making logging easier and faster.
  • They ensure that you have the appropriate frames and content.
  • They ensure you receive all the information requested.
  • They help us provide communications relevant and related to your interests and your location.

Cookies from CPS Media are limited to our Web sites only and are not designed to follow you while you surf the Internet once you have left the websites belonging to CPS Media. We track the use of our websites in order to meet your needs and help you can find information more easily in the future. Note that in addition to the “cookies” by CPS Media, it is possible that third parties place cookies on the hard drive of your computer. CPS Media is not responsible for the presence or absence of “cookies” of third parties or technological features or practices that these third parties may use as to their cookies.

If you prefer not to enjoy the benefits offered by “cookies”, you can configure your Internet browser to try these cookies in different ways. Depending on the type of browser you use, you can set your browser so that: (i) you are prompted to accept or reject cookies individually or(ii)   computer prevents accepting any cookies. You should consult the supplier or manufacturer of your web browser for specific details about security related cookies. However, you should also consider that rejecting cookies may impede the achievement of certain transactions on our websites and our ability to recognize your browser from one visit to the next.

In addition, CPS Media uses web markers to count the number of people visiting certain websites. The information we collect with these markers is used for general purposes and does not contain any personal data. CPS Media can use this information to improve marketing programs and content.

We also work with suppliers and marketing partners that help us send custom advertising and produce content that we think will interest you. These vendors and other partners include advertisers, advertising agencies, advertising networks, specialists in market segmentation and data exchange, analytics providers and other similar providers. These partners and providers may use cookies and Web bookmarks to collect information about your online activity (e.g. sites and pages you have visited in CPS Media sites and other sites) to help CPS Media (and, in some cases, external advertisers) to send personalized content or advertising while you are on CPS Media sites or other sites.

For example, if you visit a site of CPS Media and see one hotels or restaurant, you may see advertisement later when visiting another website. We may also ask any of these providers to send our advertising to consumers whose online behavior patterns in sites not CPS Media indicate that they might be interested in traveling. In other cases, we make special arrangements with certain advertisers we think may be of interest to visitors to our website. These advertisers are allowed to send messages to the two brands (e. g.CPS Media and brand advertiser) directly to consumers who have visited our web pages.

Links to other websites

In order to anticipate your needs, CPS Media offers links to other websites and information for your benefit. CPS Media is not responsible for the content served or included on any independent website, including, without limitation, any advertising claim or business practices. While CPS Media will protect the information found on the websites we own and operate, we cannot control nor assume any liability for the privacy practices of third-party websites, including websites owned or controlled by independent franchisees and other owners of restaurants, hotels, resorts, timeshare or residential properties that may use the name of a brand of CPS Media or websites not controlled and authorized by CPS Media. The third-party websites that are accessed through links on our websites have different privacy and data collection practices, as well as security measures. We assume no responsibility for the practices, policies and security measures implemented by third parties on their websites.

We encourage you to contact and ask them about their privacy practices, policies and security measures before disclosing any information. We recommend you to review the linked websites privacy policies and statements in order to understand how those sites collect, manipulate and store information.


CPS Media does not seek or wish to receive information directly from minors. However, we cannot always determine the age of persons who access and use our websites. In the event that a minor (defined according to the criteria established by applicable law) provides us with their data without the consent of their parents or guardians, we ask the parent or guardian to contact us and ask us to delete this information and cancel the subscribtion by the minor regarding future commercial communications from CPS Media.


Cookies are used by CPS Media to evaluate visits to the website in order to improve the experience offered. In technical terms, cookies are a packet of data that is sent between the Internet server and browser in order to identify the user and evaluate their access to the website. The small “cookie” file is transferred to your computer when you visit the website. Any transferred cookies only contain the information that CPS Media sends to your computer. Even though the cookies help us to identify your computer, no private data can be read with the cookies. If you wish to deactivate the cookies function, you may do so by changing the settings on your browser. However, by deactivating the cookies, your experience of the website may be diminished as you may not be able to see all the features displayed correctly or access some functions. By using our website, you accept our use of cookies.

Contact Us

Update your communication preferences. For questions or suggestions regarding our privacy practices of information regarding this Privacy Statement, or if you want to update, modify or cancel marketing communications from CPS Media, you can contact us by any of the ways listed below:

By email: Contact form

By phone: +52 (322) 226 3870