Version 1.0 (revised 07/10/2020).
1. WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data is any information related to the identified or identifiable natural person. In other words, personal data are those that allow the identification of a person, such as: name, date of birth, identification number, location data and others. Data which were anonymized (anonymous data) are not considered personal data because after carrying out this process, identification is not possible by any means.
2. WHICH PERSONAL DATA ARE COLLECTED? HOW ARE THEY COLLECTED? FOR WHAT PURPOSE?
2.1. WHEN WE COLLECT THIS DATA:
On our website, there are two forms of data collection: 1) the first refers to data that is provided directly by the user, which occurs when you fill out the forms contained on our website. 2) the second is automatic collection, which occurs when you access and browse our website.
2.2. WHICH DATA ARE COLLECTED:
2.2.1. INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE US: REGISTRATION AND CONTACT DATA ABOUT YOU:
Your name, your phone number, e-mail address. Essentially, we do not require personal data, only contact data. We do not request sensitive data under any circumstances.
USAGE DATA: Information about how you use our website and interact with us.
2.2.2. INFORMATION WE AUTOMATICALLY COLLECT:
2.3. FOR WHAT PURPOSES IS PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED AND STORED?
We collect data for different and specific purposes, such as: a) improving our services; b) communication with the user, through notices, alerts, messages, changing conditions and policies; c) security, compliance and fraud prevention; d) compliance with laws, legal requests and legal processes, compliance with our terms and conditions; e) possibly triggering legal actions or defending us.
2.4. WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DO NOT PROVIDE US THESE DATA:
Some data are essential for improving access and use of our services and website. If you choose not to provide them, there may be an impossibility in accessing and using our services and website.
3. WILL THESE DATA BE SHARED?
We do not sell data and information you provide us under any circumstances. We also do not share your data for marketing purposes.
Except when user gives his consent, Fifty5 does not license or sell his personal data to third parties for their own marketing purposes. In cases where this type of sharing occurs, the identity of these companies will be revealed before obtaining their consent. We may also share your data when necessary to comply with orders and / or legal obligations.
4. HOW DO WE PROTECT YOUR DATA?
The data and activity records collected will be stored in a safe and controlled environment. Your data is accessed only by duly authorized professionals, respecting the principles of proportionality, necessity and relevance to our objectives, in addition to our commitment to keep confidentiality and preservation of privacy under the terms of this policy.
5. HOW LONG DOES DATA TREATMENT LAST?
Data is kept only as long as it is useful to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected. However, there are cases in which we can keep data for as long as necessary to comply with legal obligations. In these situations, data will not be in use, but stored for the eventual need to comply with a legal obligation.
6. WHO CONTROLS MY DATA?
The controller is the one responsible for making decisions regarding processing personal data. We are responsible for the control, you can find our data below:
6.1. WHO IS THE CONTROLLER:
Name: FIFTY5 VENTURES I C E EIRELI
Address: R Helena 235, 11º Andar, Sala 422H, Vila Olimpia, 04552-050, São Paulo – SP – Brazil
6.2. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA:
Name: GERSON PESSOA DE FIGUEIREDO LIMA NETO
7. WHAT RIGHTS DO I HAVE ON THESE DATA?
The General Law for the Protection of Personal Data (Law No. 13,709 / 18), in article 18, lists the rights of the holders of personal data, which are described below:
Right to access data: You have the right to ask us at any time for information regarding data we are processing.
Right to ask for correction: You can, at any time, request the correction of your data, if it is incomplete, incorrect or outdated.
Right to ask for exclusion: You can request the deletion of unnecessary, excessive or illegally processed data. You can also request the deletion of personal data for which you have given us consent, as long as these data are not necessary for us to comply with legal obligations.
Right to have portability: You can request us, at any time, the portability of your personal data to another service or product provider, simply indicating to which supplier these data will be transferred.
Right to have information: You can request information regarding which companies and public bodies we share your data with.
Right to revoke consent: You can, at any time, request to revoke the consent you have provided to us.
7.1. HOW AND WHEN CAN I EXERCISE IT?
You can exercise your rights at any time, directly requesting it to us for free. For you to exercise the rights listed above, as well as other questions and clarifications, simply request them by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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10. LEGISLATION AND JURISDICTION: