At cari we understand that the use of your personal data requires your trust. We are subject to the highest privacy standards and we shall only use your personal data for clearly identified purposes and in accordance with your data protection rights.
The confidentiality and integrity of your personal data is one of our main concerns.
This privacy notice describes how cari collects and processes your personal data information; how it shall use and protect this information; and the choices you can make about how cari can use your personal data.
Cari collects personal information of a mandatory and optional nature using the subscription form that is accessible via the websites of the different companies.
In order to fulfil all obligations, the processing of personal information is required in order to be able to formalize your registration in our database for contacts within the scope of existing business relations, sending publications and other communications.
The lack of this information may prevent or delay or block the registration process and, consequently, our contacts.
Under the terms of data protection legislation in force in the European Union (the General Data Protection Regulation), the use of personal data must be justified under, at least, one legal basis for the processing of personal data, namely:
We use your personal information as a result of the subscription to:
The categories of information we may ask you for include:
We appreciate that you inform us of any changes in the information we have on you so that we have correct and up to date information in our systems.
You can request to limit the processing of personal data, whenever:
You can oppose the processing of personal data at any time, and the processing stops. The withdrawal of consent does not affect lawfulness of previously performed processing based on consent or other legally required processing activities.
You also have the right to get your information deleted from the publication subscriber database by cancelling the subscription to newsletters, which may occur at any time.
For the exercise of your rights, please inform us using the contact information below – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you exercise any of these rights, we shall analyse it and answer predictably within 1 (one) month.
We use several security measures, including encryption and authentication tools, to help protect and maintain the security, integrity, and availability of your personal data.
Although data transmission over the internet or website cannot guarantee full security against intrusions, we and our service providers and business partners make the best efforts to implement and keep physical, electronic and procedural security measures designed to protect your personal data in accordance with the applicable data protection requirements. Among others, we have implemented the following:
As a rule, cari does not transmit or share personal data information with third parties, unless required to do so by legal or regulatory requirements.
cari may outsource service provider services for situations where this need exists or where it considers there is an added value. This prerogative involves the need to share personal data information. cari shall take all necessary measures to ensure that service providers offer all guarantees of safeguard, security, and confidentiality of shared personal data. They act exclusively in accordance with the instructions given to them by cari, which involves the regulation of the existing contractual relationship.
For any matter relating to the processing of your personal data, please use the following to contact us:
Qua da Índia, 350 e 358
4835-061 Guimarães, Portugal
Braga Telephone: +351 253 422 630
cari undertakes to collaborate in the search for the best and fairest resolutions for complaints related to the processing of personal data that you may have submitted.
If you believe that cari was not competent to resolve the complaints submitted, you have the right to submit that complaint to the competent data protection authority – National Commission for Data Protection – via its website: https://www.cnpd.pt