Treatment of personal data
Purpose of the personal data collection
The personal data collection by VLP aims to manage contractual relations, the provision of contracted services and information and marketing actions, in particular the sending of unsolicited communications for direct marketing purposes, namely through electronic mail, telephone calls , including SMS (short message services), with the purpose of informing campaigns, promotions, publicity and news about the products and services of the VLP company. The personal data collected are intended to be used by VLP in accordance with the purposes disclosed above.
Unsolicited communications (marketing)
By accepting this Policy, the holder of the personal data is authorizing VLP, prior and expressly, to send unsolicited communications for direct marketing purposes, namely through the use of automated electronic mail systems. However, the data subject may at any time – even at the time of collection – revoke such authorization without any costs or consequences. For this purpose you should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . VLP, after obtaining from its clients, in the context of the sale of a service and / or product, and in compliance with the current legislation in this matter, their electronic contact details (email) and telephone, can use them for marketing purposes direct from its own products and / or services or the like to those transacted, provided that it guarantees to the clients in question, clearly and explicitly, the possibility to refuse, in a free and easy way, the use of such coordinates:
• at the time of collection;
• at the time of each message, when the clients has not initially refused this use.
Data collection on closed networks
VLP, as far as possible, adopts data protection security mechanisms, and personal data circulates only in closed and secure networks, not by using data collection in open networks (such as the Internet), which reduces the risk of be viewed and used by unauthorized third parties. However, VLP informs that no security system can guarantee absolute protection.
Braga, July 02, 2018.