Data Protection Regulation – GDPR
Regulation (EU) 2016/679, effective on 05.25.2018, obliges to ensure the protection in the processing / archiving of the personal data provided.
I. PERSONAL INFORMATION
The personal data provided, relate mainly to the identification of the holder or third parties, civil status, address, e-mail, as well as tax and banking elements.
If the holder of the data is under 16 years, the consent / authorization of the parents is necessary.
The personal data provided have the main purpose of providing services provided in the corporate purpose, as well as for judicial and administrative purposes.
Personal data shall be processed in the context of those purposes, using appropriate technical and organizational measures to promote their security and confidentiality, in particular in relation to unauthorized or unlawful processing of personal data and their accidental loss, destruction or damage.
IV. SUBCONTRACTORS AND THIRD PARTIES
Personal data may be transmitted to subcontractors or third parties who are responsible for the provision, even in part, of the services concerned, but who will also be subject to the aforementioned purposes and confidentiality and are not authorized to treat them directly or indirectly for any other purpose, either for their own benefit or for others.
Personal data may be provided to judicial, administrative, tax, supervisory or regulatory authorities, in compliance with legal and / or contractual obligations.
Personal data may be kept for a maximum period of ten years.
VI. RIGHTS OF THE PERSONAL DATA HOLDER
Holders of personal data may:
– Request and receive relevant information concerning the processing of personal data
– Request access to your personal data, in particular, to obtain the confirmation that is being processed.
– To rectify, erase, oppose or restrict the processing of personal data, without prejudice to applicable legal obligations.
– Submit a complaint to the supervisory authority – National Commission for Data Protection, in case of possible violation of data protection legislation.
VII. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
The owners of personal data may, at any time, exercise – in writing – the rights enshrined in the General Regulation on Data Protection and / or contact the person responsible for their treatment (for any privacy issues), by e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Lisboa, 24 de Maio de 2018.