Privacy Policy

As you are browsing and may provide us with any personal information, we would like you to be aware of the terms of our privacy policy explained below. To correctly inform our privacy policy, as required by law, exposes the laws to be taken into account in the various countries and regions from where our users will enter.


– GDPR (General Data Protection Register). Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons in EU countries.

– LOPD (Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data). Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, and Royal Decree 1720/2007 (Regulation of development of the LOPD), of December 21, which regulates the treatment and obligations of the personal data of users by those responsible for the web.

– LSSI (Law of Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce). Law 34/2002, of July 11, 2002, regulates transactions by electronic means.

United States:

General Data Protection Regulation (LAW 6637/2016) (GDPR).

Latin America:


Personal data protection is regulated by the Personal Data Protection Law No. 25,326 (“LPDP”). This regulatory framework is complemented by other regulations such as:

– Constitution of the Argentine Nation in its Article 43, third paragraph.

– Decree No. 1558/2001, as amended, regulating the Personal Data Protection Law No. 25,326 (“LPDP”).

– Law 27.483 (adhesion to the Convention for the Protection of Individuals concerning Automatic Processing of Personal Data, of Strasbourg, France).

– Law on the Right of Access to Public Information No. 27,275.

– Provision E 60 / 2016 – Resolution 159/2018 (Guidelines and basic contents of binding corporate rules).


Personal data protection is regulated in: – Brazilian General Data Protection Law (“LGPD”), Federal Law no. 13,709/2018. – Amends Law, to the LGPD, no. 13.853/2019. – Amends Law, to the LGPD, no. 14.010/2020. – Decree 10.474/2020


The protection of personal data is regulated by different laws. – Constitution of the Republic of Chile, Article 19 N°4. – Law 19.628 ‘Personal Data Protection Law’ (“LPDP”).


Colombian regulations on data protection are detailed below:

– Arts. 15 and 20, Political Constitution of Colombia.

– Statutory Law No. 1266/2008 (“Law 1266”)

– Decree No. 2952/10 (“Dec. 2952”), as compiled in Decree No. 1074 of 2015

(“Dec. 1074”)

– Decree No. 1727/2009 (“Dec. 1727”), as compiled in Decree No. 1074 of 2015 (“Dec. 1074”), as compiled in Decree No. 1074 of 2015 (“Dec. 1074”).

2015 (“Dec. 1074”)

– Law No. 1273 of 2009 (“Law No. 1273”)

– Statutory Law No. 1581/2012 (“Law 1581”)

– Decree No. 1377/2013 (“Dec. 1377”), as compiled in Decree No. 1074 of

2015 (“Dec. 1074”)

– Law No. 1712/2014 (“Law 1712”).

– Decree No. 886/2014 (“Dec. 886”), as compiled in Decree No. 1074 of 2015

(“Dec. 1074”)

– Law No. 1928/2018 (“Law 1928”)

– Decree No. 090 of 2018 (“Dec. 090”)

– Sole Legal Circular of the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce.

Costa Rica:

The right to privacy is protected in Costa Rica by Article 24 of the Constitution, which states that citizens have the right to have their privacy to be protected by the State.

Specifically, Personal Data is regulated through the Law for the Protection of the Person against the Processing of Personal Data Law No. 8968, in force since September 5, 2011 (hereinafter referred to as “Law 8968”), and the Regulation to the Data Protection Law No. 37554-JP in force since March 5, 2013.


The protection of personal data is regulated by the Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data (“LOPDP”).

Personal Data Protection Law (“LOPDP”). This regulatory body entered into force on May 26, 2021.


Mexico has the following regulations in this area, applicable to individuals or private companies:

– Federal Law for the Protection of Personal Data in Possession of Private Parties.

(2010) (“LFPDPPP”).

– Regulations of the Federal Law for the Protection of Personal Data in Possession of  Individuals (2011) (“LFPDPPP Regulation”).

– Privacy Notice Guidelines (2013) (“LAV”).

– Parameters for the Correct Development of Binding Self-Regulatory Schemes (2013).

– Rules of Operation of the Registry of Binding Self-Regulatory Schemes.

(2015) (“ROREAV”).

It is worth mentioning that Mexico also has regulations related to the protection of personal data held by the public sector, and specifically the General Law for Protection of Personal Data in Possession of Obligated Subjects (2017) (“LGPDPPSO”), the analysis of which is not included in this document.


Law 81 on Data Protection, regulated by

Executive Decree 285 of May 28, 2021.


Protecting personal data in Paraguay is regulated by several provisions directly or transversally.

 Law No. 6,534/2,020 on “Protection of Personal Credit Data” was recently enacted on October 27, 2020, repealing Law No. 1,682/2,001 and its amendments, and establishing a new regime for the protection of personal data and information in Paraguay. This regulatory framework is complemented by other norms such as:

– Constitution of the Republic of Paraguay (1992) (Art. 33 “Right to Privacy”, Art. 36 “Right to the Inviolability of Documentary Heritage and Private Information”, Art. 45 “Of the Rights and Guarantees or statements”, Art. 135 Habeas Data).

– Law No. 4.868/2.013 of “Electronic Commerce”.

– Law No. 4.017/2.010, “On Legal Validity of the electronic signature, the digital signature, data messages and electronic file”, including its amendments and extensions.

– Law No. 861/1996 “General Law on Banks, Finance Companies and other Credit Institutions”.

– Law Nº 5.830/2.017 “Which prohibits unauthorized advertising by mobile telephone users”.

– Law No. 5.282/2.014 “On free access of citizens to Public Information and Governmental Transparency.”


The personal data protection regime is composed of the following regulations.

– Political Constitution of Peru (1993), Article 2 N°6.

– Law 29.733 – is known as the ‘Personal Data Protection Law’ (“LPDP”).

– Supreme Decree 003-2013-JUS, which regulates the LPDP. (“Supreme Decree”).

– Directorial Resolution 019-2013-JUS/DGPDP, Directive for the Security of the Information Managed by Personal Data Banks.

– Directorial Resolution 080-2019-JUS/DGTAIPD, Guide to the Duty to Inform.

– Directive 01-2020-JUS/DGTAIPD, on the Treatment of Personal Data by means of Video Surveillance Systems, approved by Directorial Resolution 02-2020-JUS/ DGTAIPD.

– Emergency Decree 007-2020, Digital Trust Framework Law.

– Ministerial Resolution 326-2020-JUS, Methodology for the Calculation of Fines in the Area of

Personal Data Protection.

Dominican Republic

This is Law No. 172-13, which has as its objective the integral protection of personal data recorded in files, public records, data banks, or other technical means of data processing intended to provide reports, whether public or private. G. O. No. 10737 of December 15, 2013.


Uruguay has a wide range of data protection regulations; we identify the most relevant:

-Law No. 18.331″ Protection of Personal Data and Habeas Data action” (“Law No. 18.331”)

-Regulatory Decree No. 414/009 (“Dec. 414/900”)

-Law No. 19.670 – Sections 37 to 40 (“Law 19.670”)

-Law No. 19,030 (“Law 19.30”)

-Regulatory Decree No. 64/020 (“Decree 64/020”)

-Regulatory Decree No. 664/008 (“Dec. 664/008”)

-Regulatory Decree No. 242/017 (“Dec. 242/017”)

-URCDP Resolution No. 1,647/010 (“URCDP Resolution”)

URCDP Resolution No. 23/021


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The personal data provided by the user through contact forms are sent securely, through data encrypted by HTTPS protocol, ensuring the security and confidentiality of users.

This data will be treated as “user data of and subscribers”.

In The House Project, we have implemented the corresponding security measures established by current legislation to ensure the protection of such data.

As a user, you should know that the rights and protection of personal data are guaranteed on this website:

  • We will NOT request personal information unless it is really necessary to provide the required services (subscriptions/donations).
  • We will NOT share the personal information of the users of the website, except to comply with the law or in case of express authorization.
  • Personal data provided will NOT be used for any purpose other than that expressed in this privacy policy.
  • Only the data expressed in this privacy policy may vary depending on changes in the current law. It will be applicable whenever users fill in forms where personal data is collected.


Personal data comes from:

  • Donation form.
  • Subscription form.
  • Sending of information requests by email.
  • Contact forms.
  • Newsletter subscription form.


Everyone has the right to obtain confirmation as to whether their personal data is being processed at


Your rights are:

  • To request access, rectification, and/or deletion of their personal data. Users may access their personal data, as well as request the rectification of inaccurate data or its deletion when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.
  • Request the limitation of the processing of their personal data, in which case they will only be kept for the exercise or defense of claims.
  • Oppose the processing of your personal data. In this case, The House Project Foundation will stop processing the data, except for legitimate reasons, or for the exercise or defense of possible claims.
  • Request the portability of personal data. Users shall have the right to have their personal data transmitted directly from controller to controller where technically feasible.
  • Users also have the right to file a complaint with the Data Protection Agencies depending on their country of origin in case they consider that the processing of their personal data violates the law. 


If a user connects to to make a donation, subscribe as a member, leave a comment, send an email, subscribe to the newsletter, or perform any other action, you are providing personal information for which The House Project Foundation is responsible. Such information may include personal information such as your IP address, name, physical address, email address, telephone number, payment information, and other related information. By providing this information, you consent to the collection, use, management, and storage of your information by The House Project Foundation only as described in the legal notice and this privacy policy.
The different systems of personal information capture, and treatment of existing information on the web and its purpose in each case, are as follows:


The following personal data will be requested: name, surname, entity to which it belongs (if applicable) and email, means of payment (Paypal account, Credit/Debit Cards), to manage the list of subscriptions, donations, send information, and special communications. Personal payment data for donations are managed by GiveWP and Paypal and their protection will be governed by their own privacy policy.


The personal data provided by the user in this email will be processed to easily respond to the query. The data provided will be located on the servers of Hostinger, the hosting provider.


The following personal information is requested: name, email, and phone number to easily respond to users’ queries. The data provided will be located on the servers of Hostinger, the hosting provider.


The following personal data will be requested: name, surname, entity to which it belongs (if applicable), and email, to manage the subscription list, send information, newsletters, and special communications. Personal data for newsletters are managed by Mailchimp and their protection will be governed by its own privacy policy.


  • To ensure compliance with the terms of use and applicable law.
  • To support and improve the services offered by this website.
  • Other data is also collected through cookies that are downloaded to the user’s computer when browsing this website. For more information see the cookies policy.
  • For connection with social networks. The treatment of the data will be governed by the conditions of use, privacy policies, and access regulations that belong to the social network that applies in each case.

The House Project Foundation does not sell, rent or transfer personal data that can identify the user, nor will it do so in the future, to third parties without prior consent.


The processing of your data has its legal basis in consent.

Consent to this privacy policy is required to contact, donate, subscribe, or make comments on this website.


As long as the relationship between The House Project Foundation and the user is maintained.

As long as the user does not request its deletion.


To improve the quality of its service, The House Project Foundation shares the personal data provided by the user with the following service providers. The treatment of such data will be governed by the privacy policy belonging to the provider in each case: WordPress: content management system. Woocommerce: e-commerce plugin. GiveWP: donation management plugin. Paypal: payment gateway. DTM Agency: web programming service provider, developer of Hostinger: hosting service provider to provide hosting and email services to Mailchimp: provider of subscription, newsletter, and email marketing services. Jetpack: CRM and security system. Google Analytics: a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., a Delaware company headquartered at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, 94043 Mountain View (California), USA. Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the owner analyze how users use the website. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, compile reports on website activity for website operators, and provide other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however, please note that if you do this you may not be able to use the full functionality of this website. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.


When the user browses non-identifiable data may be collected, such as IP address, approximate geographic location, browsing habits, and other data that cannot be used to identify the user, both by the owner and third parties. This website uses the following third-party services:









Google Analytics.

Google Search Console.

Google Adsense.







If the user makes a donation, subscribes, fills out a form, and/or leaves a comment on you can choose to save your name, email address, place of residence, means of payment, and website in cookies. This is for your convenience so that you do not have to fill in the data again when you repeat the action. These cookies will last for one year.

If you have an account and log in to, a temporary cookie is set to determine whether your browser accepts cookies. This cookie contains no personal data and is deleted when you close your browser.

When you log in, we will also set several cookies to store your login information and screen display options. The login cookies last for two days, and the display options cookies last for one year. If you select “Remember Me,” your login will last for two weeks. If you log out of your account, your login cookies will be deleted.


The user of the web is the only one responsible for the veracity and correctness of the data sent to, exonerating THE HOUSE PROJECT FOUNDATION of any responsibility in this regard. The users guarantee and respond, in any case, to the accuracy, validity, and authenticity of the personal data provided and undertake to keep them properly updated. The user agrees to provide the complete and correct information in the different forms or via email.


Following the regulations, The House Project Foundation does not engage in SPAM practices, so it does not send emails that have not been previously requested or authorized by the user. Consequently, in each of the forms and/or forms of contact of the web, the user has the possibility to give express consent to receive generic commercial information, regardless of the information requested. Any sending of commercial information will be expressly identified as such.


We collect information during the checkout process in our store.

What we collect and store

    • Products you have viewed: used to, for example, display products you have recently viewed.
    • Location, IP address, and browser type: used for purposes such as estimating taxes and shipping costs.
    • Shipping address: the user is asked to provide in order to, for example, estimate the cost of shipping before an order is placed and shipped.
    • Cookies are also used to track the contents of your cart as you browse

      While you visit our site we will keep track of:

When you purchase products from you will be asked to provide information including your name, billing address, shipping address, email address, phone number, credit/payment card details, and optionally additional information such as username and password. This information will be used for purposes such as:


  • Sending information about your account and order.
  • Responding to your requests, including refunds and claims.
  • Process payments and prevent fraud.
  • Set up your account for the store.
  • Fulfilling any legal obligations, such as tax calculations.
  • Enhance store offerings.
  • Send promotional messages.
  • If an account is created, we will store your name, address, email address, and phone number, for payment processing and future orders.

Who on our team has access

Members of The House Project Foundation have access to the information that each user provides. For example, administrators and store managers can access:

Order information, such as what was purchased, when it was purchased, and where it should be shipped.

Customer information, such as your name, email address, and billing and shipping information.

Members of The House Project Foundation have access to this information to help fulfill orders, process refunds, and provide support.

Data Sharing

Data is shared with related suppliers, which help to provide management and ordering services.

  • Payments: Payments are accepted through PayPal. When processing payments some of the data will be passed to PayPal, including information required to process or support the payment, such as purchase total and billing information.
  • Shipping:


For Paypal’s Privacy Policy you can access HERE.


For GiveWP’s Privacy Policy you can access HERE.


The user declares to have been informed of this policy of protection of personal data, accepting and consenting to the processing of the same by The House Project Foundation