As is well known, Regulation 2016/679, approved on April 27, 2016 and effective from May 25, 2018, designated as General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), defines the new legal regime for the protection of personal data, creating new obligations and responsibilities for all public and private entities, establishing a new special legal regime for the processing of personal data. LA Advogados implements technical and organizational measures obtained in order to protect personal data against loss, misuse, alteration or destruction. All LA Advogados employees follow a network security policy. Only authorized employees of LA Advogados have access to personal data, which are also bound by the duty of secrecy and confidentiality.

This privacy notice explains how we use the personal information we collect about users when they use this Website.

The Privacy Policy's main objective is to inform our users and customers about the data we collect, the use we make of it and, in some cases, about its eventual disclosure. This text contains important information about the privacy and security systems adopted by Linda Alagoinha - Lawyer (LA Advogados). The use of the LA Advogados website is subject to this Privacy Policy, so you should read this text carefully and completely in order to verify if you agree with it.
The privacy regulation that follows applies to all services made available through the LA Advogados website, and is subject to change and/or partial or total updating of the way in which personal data and other information deemed necessary are collected. Even for reasons of legislative and regulatory changes that govern this matter and protect the rights of users, without any prior communication being necessary and should in no way be separated from the Terms and Conditions of Use of this website.
This Privacy Statement may, therefore, be amended from time to time to reflect the latest changes.

Below we list several topics on information gathering and its purpose:
1. What kind of user information is collected?
2. For what purposes are the collected data used?
3. Security of data provided by users
4. Legislation

1. What kind of user information is collected?
LA Advogados may collect the following data from clients and users of its website: name; phone number (mobile, home or work); postal address (home or work); email address (private or work); birth date; general information for filling in questionnaires.

2. For what purposes are the collected data used?
The data collected is intended to achieve objectives strictly related to the use of this website and/or the services of LA Advogados.
In general, the information requested from users of our website is used to make it possible to provide the following services available online:
• Contact with users who request support services from LA Advogados;
• Notification of important changes to website features;
• Communication of information about LA Advogados' own services.
Any personal data of the users of the LA Advogados website will never be disclosed to third parties, whether for commercial or other purposes, unless you explicitly give us your consent to that effect or when requested by the authorities or required by law for criminal investigation, court order, or other legal reasons. We may also transmit the personal information of anyone who threatens the interests of LA Advogados (such as in cases of fraud by a user) or anyone who carries out activities that may harm third parties.

3. Security of data provided by users
LA Advogados uses secure online technology and is constantly updating its IT infrastructure in order to offer the greatest possible security to its users.
We adopt security measures that are sufficient to reduce the risk of destruction or loss of data - even if accidental - to a minimum, to prevent unauthorized access, illicit types of processing and processing that does not comply with the objectives of the collection of data. data under our Privacy Policy.
However, LA Advogados cannot guarantee its users that the security measures adopted to protect the website, data transmission and data information on the website, limit or exclude any kind of risk related to unauthorized access or the dispersion of data via user devices: we advise users to verify that their computers are equipped with adequate software to protect data transmission over the network, both inbound and outbound (such as updated antivirus programs) and if their internet service providers have also adopted adequate security measures to protect data transmission over the network (such as firewall and antispam filters).
In addition to the security systems we use to ensure the protection of your personal data, we use security procedures and technical and physical restrictions on access and use of personal information. Only authorized employees are permitted to access personal information so that they can perform their functions relating to our services.
Our server and network are protected by a "firewall" system against unauthorized access and we have intrusion detection systems that monitor and detect (attempts to) unauthorized access or misuse of our servers.

4. Legislation
This Privacy Policy is regulated by Portuguese legislation and, in particular, by the code that governs the protection of personal data (Legislative Decree No. 196, of 30 June 2003), which regulates data processing. The code guarantees that the processing of personal data must be conducted in compliance with fundamental rights and freedoms as well as the dignity of the person, with particular reference to confidentiality, personal identity and the right to protection of personal data.


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