Casa São Dinis is committed to protecting the privacy of users of the various websites and digital platforms that it makes available and owned by Casa São Dinis. In this context, it has developed this Privacy, Security and Data Protection Policy, in order to guarantee its commitment and respect for the privacy and protection of personal data.
Thus, in accordance with and for the purpose of EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 (General Regulation on Data Protection) (hereinafter “RGPD”), Casa São Dinis de Mario Ferreira Fernandes, fiscal taxpayer no. 190206284, headquartered at Rua São Dinis, 142, 4250-426 Porto, Portugal, (hereinafter “Casa São Dinis”) addresses the following information:
Purpose of obtaining data
The data obtained within the scope of the digital presence of Casa São Dinis is designed to ensure various functionalities of our Websites and to improve their navigation, as well as the subscription of Newsletters and information of Casa São Dinis, its departments and establishments and the communication team of Casa São Dinis.
Types of personal data
Casa São Dinis, through it’s website, does not treat personal data belonging to special categories within the meaning of art. 9 of EU Regulation 2016/679.
Through the Website or Messages, Casa São Dinis can obtain and process the following personal information:
a) Information provided by you on the Website, subscription to the Newsletter, or by Messages, either by completing forms or sent in free text. This information includes, in particular, the information that is provided at registration to use the Website, when necessary, or to benefit from services provided by Casa São Dinis, such as activities, newsletters, content placement or others. The information you provide when you participate in any area that involves your registration or provision of your content or when you interact with Casa São Dinis, such as when you send an email requesting information, can also be treated.
Our websites use tracking technologies (Cookies) to ensure various features and better navigation. These technologies also allow collecting data such as location, date and time of access, IP addresses, etc. More information about using tracking is available in our Cookies policy.
The personal data collected by Casa São Dinis is limited to what is strictly necessary for the pursuit of the purposes for which it was requested.
When personal data are provided, Casa São Dinis provides all the information legally required for the processing of such data and requires the consent of its owners when required by law.
Optional or mandatory nature of the provision of personal data
The provision of personal data is generally optional. Only in certain cases, the lack of data provision may make it impossible to access specific services and obtain any information requested (for example, contact request, newsletter, applications, restricted areas, etc.).
Rights of holders of personal data
In accordance with the General Regulation for the Protection of Personal Data, the data subject is guaranteed the exercise of all legally permitted rights, namely the right of access, rectification, limitation, portability, opposition and cancellation of any personal data of which he is the holder.
Subscription of our Newsletter
In order to guarantee the clear and unequivocal consent, in addition to the subscription form, Casa São Dinis has implemented a second level of opt-in. After completing the form, you will receive in your e-mail box a confirmation email of the subscription that you must validate so that you can receive communications from Casa São Dinis.
Use of your email address to send newsletters
We use your email address outside contractual processing solely to send out a newsletter for our own marketing purposes if you explicitly agree to it. The processing will be carried out based on art. 6 (1) of the GDPR with its consent. You may withdraw your consent at any time without affecting the legality of the processing performed with your consent until withdrawal.
If you believe that there has been an infringement of your rights, you may also file a complaint with the relevant control body. In Portugal, this authority is the Portuguese National Commission for Data Protection. More information on CNPD is available at www.cnpd.pt
Data Retention Terms
The length of time during which data is stored and stored varies according to the purpose for which the information is used.
In the Newsletters, the period of conservation and processing of the personal data that you provide to us starts when the applicant submits the subscription form and ends at the time he cancels the subscription.
At any time you can cancel your subscription through a link to the effect available in all our newsletters or by contacting us.
By removing the subscription, the data subject concerned will receive a notification email and, subject to the terms of applicable law, your data will be withdrawn from our newsletter submission list.
Responsible for the processing of personal data
The entity responsible for the collection and processing of personal data is Casa São Dinis.
Casa São Dinis
Rua São Dinis, 142
Phone: (+351) 935 641 801
In strict compliance with the Law of Protection of Personal Data, the Data Protection Officer determines the data to be collected, the means of processing such data and the format and purpose for which they are used and provides all necessary information to their holders.
Location of processing of personal data
The processing of data takes place in the aforementioned facilities of Casa São Dinis and is treated only by technical staff of the titular entity responsible for its processing. In the case of the newsletter Casa São Dinis together with the Visual Contact team (www.contactovisual.pt) that manages the maintenance of the platform, self-certified according to the provisions of nº 6 of chapter III of the DECISION OF EXECUTION (UE) No 2016/1250 of 12 July 2016 on the level of protection afforded by the EU-US Privacy Protection Shield applied pursuant to Article 45 of the GDPR.
Casa São Dinis uses tracking technologies to improve navigation on its Websites and Newsletters. Obtaining these data is essential to ensure functionality, improve navigation on our websites and the sending of the Newsletter, in order to improve our communications with subscribers. See our Cookies policy for more information.
Privacy for children under 16
Personal data concerning minors can only be made available on the websites of Casa São Dinis by the holders of parental responsibilities and within legal parameters.
In such cases, the controller shall make every effort to verify that consent has been given or authorized by the holder of the child’s parental responsibilities, taking into account available technology.
Casa São Dinis can not be held liable for the lawfulness of the processing of personal data provided by persons who commit fraud regarding their identity.
The Newsletters of Casa São Dinis, being a direct offer of service of the information society, are directed to people older than 16 years. Casa São Dinis does not intend, in any way, to treat information of minors under 16 years of age, so that the subscription to the Newsletter should only be made by persons over the age of 16 years.
Casa São Dinis encourages parents and guardians to take an active role in monitoring the use of the Internet by their students and to inform them of the potential dangers of providing their information on the Internet.
How is your personal data protected?
In accordance with current legislation and taking into account the available technology, Casa São Dinis provides an adequate level of protection of your personal data, namely by implementing the necessary technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against your personal data. destruction, loss or accidental modification, as well as against access and other unauthorized processes.
However, Casa São Dinis informs that no security system can guarantee absolute protection. We remain at your disposal for any question or observation regarding the confidentiality and security of your personal data.
Phone: (+351) 935 641 801