Who is responsible for processing your data?
Plentywild LDA, NIPC: 516640623, located at Rua da Camões 21, 1 Andar, A, 4000-144 Porto, is responsible for processing your data and you can write to them at the address indicated for any clarification.
What data do we request and for what purpose do we treat it?
The data you send us through the contact form, which include, among others, identifying data (name) and contact data (email, telephone) are necessary to correctly transmit your query/order, as well as the data generated by navigation. It is the interested party who, through the form, gives us his contact details for the following purposes:
• Manage your request for information and any other that derives from it.
• Send commercial information about products and properties that may be of interest to you.
It is necessary that you complete the fields marked with (*) of the form, otherwise it will not be possible to carry out the defined procedures.
What is the legitimacy for data processing?
The development of your own information request allows us to process your data exclusively for this purpose.
To whom do we communicate your data?
We will only communicate your data to the entities that are necessary for the provision of the service in which you are interested, or to those that, as provided for in the applicable legal provisions, we are obliged to provide this information. International data transfers are not envisaged.
What is the retention period of your data?
The personal data obtained for the transmission and management of your request will be kept for the period of time that we are processing and managing your request for information. In any case, the interested party is informed that their data may remain blocked during the periods defined in the legislation in force, for the exercise of any claim that we may receive. If the purpose of the contact is commercial, your data will be kept until the moment you revoke your consent.
What are your rights regarding your data?
The data protection law grants the interested party the following rights:
• Right of access: Knowing what type of data we are processing and the characteristics of the treatment we are carrying out.
• Right of rectification: Being able to request the modification of your data because they are inaccurate or false.
• Right of portability: Being able to obtain a copy in an interoperable format of the data being processed.
• Right to limit treatment in cases provided for by law.
• Right to object to automatic decision-making.
• Right of cessation: Request the cessation of the processing of your data when it is no longer necessary.
• Right of opposition: Request that the sending of commercial communications in the terms indicated be stopped.
• Right to revoke the consent given in any case, you may make any claim you deem appropriate regarding the processing of your data by contacting the National Commission for Data Protection (www.cnpd.pt).
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I. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
II. TYPOLOGY OF COOKIES
Below, we offer information on the type of cookies used on the website:
1. According to their purpose. Cookies are used for different purposes, as indicated above. According to the purpose, these can be differentiated into three large groups (although a more exhaustive classification can be carried out):
– Technical cookies: These are those that allow the user to navigate through the website and use the different options or services that exist in it, such as allowing the reproduction of third-party multimedia, interface adjustments, navigation fluidity, using security elements during navigation, recognizing logins, controlling access to private areas, etc.
– Analytical cookies: These are a type of cookie designed and used to monitor and analyze user behavior. This type of cookie allows the owner of the page to measure the activity on the website through aggregated or statistical information. The website uses persistent analytical cookies for this purpose. Specifically, Google Analytics cookies have different expiry dates depending on the information they offer.
– Preference or behavioral cookies: These are a type of cookies intended to facilitate the usability of the web for the user and/or collect information from the user according to his browsing habits. In this way, these cookies can store and remember forms and passwords for logins, interface customization, language selection or, in some cases, remember content preferences, compile the directories consulted by the customer or any other information relating to their habits. navigation.
2. According to the period of time they remain active in the terminal team. Cookies may have a variable duration of activity, depending on their type. This characteristic distinguishes two types:
– Session cookies: These are a type of cookie designed to collect and store data while the user accesses the website. As the name implies, these cookies are stored on your device until the user’s browsing session ends.
– Persistent cookies: These are a type of cookie in which the data remains stored on the device, even after the end of the user’s navigation, for a period defined by the person responsible for the cookies, which can range from minutes to several years.
3. According to the entity that owns the cookies. Depending on who is the entity that manages the domain from which the cookies are sent and the data obtained is processed, we can distinguish:
– Own cookies: These are those that are sent to the user’s terminal device, from the website itself and are managed by us as owners of this website.
– Third-party cookies: Those that are sent to the user’s terminal device, from a device or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity. On our website there are cookies sent from third-party domains. Some cookies used on the Web are: – The Google Analytics analytical service offered by Google, Inc., to obtain information on how the website in question is used, with the sole purpose of providing information about its activity. In no case will the user’s IP be used by said companies, or by any of the other services they may provide. For more information consult the Google Privacy Center.
– Adwords, a service also offered by Google, Inc., allows us to measure our advertising campaigns and develop remarketing actions.