WHAT IS THE PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION POLICY?
It is the policy that sets out the terms on which BOUTIQUE SOCCER handles the personal data of its customers and the rights they can exercise, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council - General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - and other applicable national legislation on privacy and data protection.
WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA AND P PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING?
A personal data is any type of information relating to a natural person. For example, a name, an identification number, location data or contact details.
The processing of personal data is any operation performed, by automated and non-automated means, on this data - collection, recording, modification, consultation, use, transmission, and destruction.
HOW DOES BOUTIQUE SOCCER COLLECT CUSTOMER DATA?
BOUTIQUE SOCCER collects personal data in the framework of the business relationship established with the customer, for example through the purchase of any item from our company.
In collecting and processing the data, BOUTIQUE SOCCER complies with applicable legal obligations and observes the principles and rules of treatment, requesting the customer's consent when necessary to process data.
THE PERSONAL DATA OF CUSTOMERS ARE SAFE?
BOUTIQUE SOCCER adopts several security measures of technical nature in order to protect the personal data of its customers against loss, dissemination, alteration, treatment or undue or unauthorised access.
The data may be kept for as long as there are legal obligations or as a result of the business relationship with the customers.
CAN BOUTIQUE SOCCER CEDE ITS CUSTOMERS' DATA TO THIRD PARTIES?
BOUTIQUE SOCCER may use third parties - subcontractors - for the provision of certain services, which may involve access, by these third parties, to personal customer data.
BOUTIQUE SOCCER ensures that these subcontractors meet the applicable legal requirements and provide adequate guarantees regarding data protection.
WHAT ARE THE RIGHTS OF THE HOLDERS OF PERSONAL DATA?
a) Right of access - provision of information on the personal data that BOUTIQUE SOCCER holds about the data subject and on their processing;
b) Right of rectification - correction, updating or inclusion of information (which may be missing) relating to the data subject;
c) Right to erasure of data ("right to be forgotten") - erasure of data, verified the legal requirements for such purpose (absence of active contracts, exceeded the legal period of retention of data to which BOUTIQUE SOCCER is obliged);
d) Right to limitation of treatment - (temporary) suspension/cessation of data treatment, in compliance with the applicable legal requirements;
e) Right to portability - provision of personal data provided by the customer, in a structured format for current use and automatic reading, so that they can be transmitted to another responsible for the treatment;
f) Right to object - withdrawing consent for data processing carried out on that basis.
HOW CAN THE CUSTOMER EXERCISE HIS RIGHTS AND ACCESS INFORMATION ON PERSONAL DATA MANAGEMENT?
BOUTIQUE SOCCER ensures customers the exercise of their rights of access, portability, rectification, opposition, erasure and limitation of processing.
Customers can exercise their rights by contacting our company via e-mail, registered letter or telephone communication via whatsapp.
The customer may also submit a complaint to the National Commission for Data Protection, the public authority that oversees the application of the legislation in Portugal.
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WHAT IS A DATA BREACH?
A data breach is a breach of security leading to accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure or access to personal data processed by BOUTIQUE SOCCER.
Example of violation of data
- the unauthorised verbal or written transmission of personal data
- the loss, theft or insecure storage of documents or devices (PC or mobile phone)
- Sending personal data to the wrong recipient
- sending an e-mail to a set of recipients using the option "To" instead of "Bcc".