The personal data collected is intended for the exclusive use of the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras for the purpose of promoting its activity.
The Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras guarantees the security and protection of users’ personal data and protecting it.
In accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the user may contact the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras in case of any doubts about this Policy and correct or delete your personal data, by sending an email to email@example.com.
This document intends to make known to Users of the site www.rhlt.pt the general rules of privacy and treatment of their personal data, which are collected in the strict respect and compliance with Law no. 67/98, of October 26, 1998 (“Personal Data Protection Act”), and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), dated May 25, 2018.
3. What kind of personal data do we collect from our users?
Access to the newsletter requires prior registration. In order to register, the User is requested to share is email address.
Access to the registration forms in the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras activities presupposes the availability of personal data (information of a personal nature, which can identify the User), such as name, email, address and mobile phone, among others.
The provision of the requested data in the different forms of the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras website is obligatory so that the User can have access to the available services.
4. How do we use your personal information?
Personal data collected and processed by the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras is only used to communicate with the User. The collected data is intended only for the use of the functionalities of this website and to receiving communications from the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras. Your personal information will not be shared with third parties. At any time you may request its amendment or removal in accordance with the terms of the law in force.
5. How can you access or rectify your personal data?
Under the terms of the Personal Data Protection Law, the User is guaranteed the right to update, rectify or delete is personal data, upon receipt of the newsletter or upon written request through firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. How do we protect your data?
The Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras is committed to the protection of the give personal information, ensuring that personal data is collected, stored and managed with all security conditions.
8. How to proceed to Settlement of Consumer Disputes?
In case of litigation, the User may use an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) entity. The ADR covers mediation, conciliation and arbitration. ADR entities are entities authorized to mediate, conciliate and arbitrate consumer disputes in Portugal that must be included in the list of ADR entities, provided for in Law 144/2015. You can consult the current list of ADR entities, as well as the types of litigation covered, at www.consumidor.gov.pt.
9. What is the name and contact of the Responsible by Data Processing?
The responsible for the data management is the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras, with headquarters in the Praça Dr. Eugénio Dias, 12, 2590-016 Sobral de Monte Agraço. Portugal. Phone: (+351) 261 942 296. E-mail: email@example.com.
10. Links to third-party websites.
The subscription of the newsletter guarantees the receipt of informative emails of the Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras, which do not have a certain periodicity. The Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras reserves the right to modify or discontinue sending the newsletter without prior notice. The receipt of the newsletter implies the subscription online. The Historical Route of the Line of Torres Vedras will not disclose, communicate, distribute, or otherwise disclose your User data in any form whatsoever. At any time it is possible for the subscriber to deactivate the reception of the newsletter or to update its data, through links existing at the end of it. In case you want to permanently delete your data, you must send the request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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