COLLABORATION ON SECURITY AND JUSTICE
In accordance with the provisions of articles 189 and 190 of the Federal Law on Telecommunications and Broadcasting (the "Law"), as well as the Third Transitory Article of the Agreement by which the Plenary of the Federal Institute of Telecommunications issues the Guidelines for Collaboration in Matter of Security and Justice and modifies the fundamental technical plan of numbering, published on June 21, 1996 (the "Agreement"), Marcatel informs the competent authorities of the mechanisms so that they have unrestricted access to the information that may in time required in matters of security and justice.
Phone: +52 (631) 4540300
Ave Obregon # 86 Int 218 Col. Fundo Legal
Nogales, Sonora C.P. 84030
Management procedure and response to the requirements of Empowered and Designated Authorities for the registration of preserved data:
The request can be made via email addressed to the address email@example.com or, through the delivery of documents in physical form at Ave Obregon # 86 Int 218 Col. Fundo Legal Nogales, Sonora C.P. 84030 (the "Requirement").
The Request may be accompanied by the “Form for the Management of Information Requirements in the Matter of Security and Justice” (the “Form”), which is identified as Annex I of the Agreement and will provide the information indicated in the Fourth paragraph of the Agreement .
Once the Request or Form is received by the Responsible Area, it will check that they comply with the formalities and requirements stipulated by the Law and the Agreement and it will be answered to the issuing authority with the information available in the "NGX" systems, which will be It will be carried out through electronic or physical means, as the case may be, in ".pdf", ".csv", ".xls" format or another that has been indicated by the Designated Authority.
In the event that the Requirement or the Format does not comply with the requirements established by the Law and the Agreement, it will be returned to the issuing authority without accompanying the information that is required.
In terms of the provisions of Sections I and II of Numeral Fourteen of the Agreement, "NGX" will provide the Powers and Designated Authorities the following information:
For private lines: (i) name of the registered user and (ii) origin and destination address of the line;
For the fixed service: (i) name and address of the registered user, (ii) type of communication, (iii) origin and destination numbers and (iv) duration, date and time of communication.
Procedure for the intervention of private communications:
Communications are private and inviolable. Exclusively the federal judicial authority, at the request of the federal authority empowered by law or the head of the Public Ministry of the corresponding federal entity, may authorize the intervention of any private communication.
The Request must be accompanied by the court order that authorizes the intervention of private communication, as well as the Format or, failing that, the information contained in the fourth number of the Agreement must be provided.
Once the Request or Form is received, the Responsible Area will check that they comply with the formalities and requirements stipulated by the Law and the Agreement and the intervention of private communication will be carried out and, if applicable, will render the corresponding report to the issuing authority.
In the event that the Requirement or the Format do not comply with the requirements established by the Law and the Agreement, or if the court order authorizing the intervention of private communication is not accompanied, it will be returned to the issuing authority without giving compliance as requested.
Because "NGX" is a telecommunications service concessionaire that does not offer mobile telephony, the provisions of Chapter III of the Agreement "On the real-time geographic location of mobile terminal devices or equipment" are not applicable.