When accessing our website, you may be required to provide us with personal information. Providing personal information or completing our forms is voluntary and you should do it at your own discretion.
1. INFORMATION FROM THE ENTITY RESPONSIBLE FOR USING YOUR DATA:
The website blog.eSolidar.com is owned by Webankor, SA, located at Rua de Barreiros nr. 44 R/C – 4715-166 Braga, Portugal with tax ID-number 510060625. This company – as controller and liable entity – will always manage the personal data you provide according to Regulation 679/2016, of April 27th.
2. WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE COLLECT?
eSolidar will only collect and process the data you voluntarily, specifically and explicitly submit on our website forms.
Without prejudice to a subsequent change, we will collect your name, surname, e-mail address and contact address when you comment on an article or subscribe to our newsletter.
3. WHY DO WE ASK FOR YOUR DATA AND PROCESS IT?
We collect and process the data you enter on our website for different purposes to enable communication between eSolidar and its users, whether legal entities or natural people.
4. YOU ARE PROVIDING YOUR PERSONAL DATA TO THE FOLLOWING ENTITIES
Your data will be made available to eSolidar – the data controller – but might also be sent to third-parties with your consent. The data we forward to third-parties will only be used to provide you with services such as carriers that need to deliver products, media agencies that need to distribute the newsletter and credit rating or debt collection agencies that need to check credit rating or identities, collect debts or other services directly related to the services we offer.
Third-party providers will be hired in full compliance with the Data Protection and Privacy regulations and will always act under eSolidar’s instructions. They will never be granted power to alter any of the commitments of our Data Protection Policy (herein).
5. WHERE IS THE DATA STORED?
The personal information that you have provided us with will be stored in the European Union (EU) – European Economic Area. The data may be transferred to a country that is located outside of the European Union but has the same type of protection the EU requires. We will always be responsible for ensuring that those agents or service providers process your personal information in accordance with the standards required by our Privacy Protection policy.
6. PERSONAL DATA RETENTION
We will only keep your data for the time necessary to fulfill the aforementioned purposes or for the period required by law. The data will be kept encrypted.
After that period is over, the data will be anonymized or deleted from our database.
7. YOUR PERSONAL DATA IS SAFE WITH US
We use appropriate technical, organizational and administrative security measures to protect any information we hold against loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction.
Regrettably, no company or service can guarantee the absolute safety of the data. At any time, there might be unauthorized use or entries to the system, hardware or software failure, as well as other factors that can compromise the user’s data security.
8. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS IN RELATION TO YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
As a data subject, you can always choose to not disclose your information, but keep in mind that some information may be necessary to access our website or to take advantage of some of our features.
As a data subject, you have also the right to request – at any time and with no costs associated –information that you may find relevant about your personal data flow and change it, as you see fit, acknowledging all the data we have about you.
If you wish to access, review, update, rectify and delete any of your personal information or otherwise exercise any other related EU General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) right, please request it through the following contacts:
By email: info[at]esolidar.com
By letter: eSolidar – Rua de Barreiros nº44 R/C – 4710-166 Braga, Portugal
Our data privacy team will examine your request and respond as quickly as possible!
Please note that we may collect and use unidentified Personal Information that is not traceable to any website user. We may also withhold and use your information as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes or enforce our agreements.