Retention of Personal Data
Under the terms of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council – all personal data are submitted to digital treatment and will be stored.
After collecting the personal data you have voluntarily sent us, it will be stored and kept until you specifically ask otherwise, or as long as it is strictly necessary for the purposes that motivated such collection in the first place or for the period of time determined by the Portuguese Data Protection Authority. Keeping this data allows us to keep providing tailor made services with no interruptions.
Any user can freely choose whether to provide any individualized personal information. By sending your personal data you agree on the collection, use and dissemination within the Municipality of Esposende and its subsidiary companies, according to the rules expressed hereby, namely not to disclose information related to users and which has been provided by them without their authorization, except for the purposes for which it is intended.
In compliance with the Data Protection Regulation, the owner of the personal data can, at any time, use the e-mail address email@example.com to exercise the right to refuse marketing communications, rectify or cancel any personal data.
Any form on this website admits the subscription of the newsletter database according to the principles referred in this section.
Data Security and Use
The Municipality of Esposende is committed to guarantee the privacy of the Internet website visitors.
In addition to guaranteeing complete confidentiality and secrecy about the data we have access to, we commit to use it within the scope for which we collect it, never considering to sell, rent or share any personal data sent by our website users to third parties.
The Municipality of Esposende respects the best and more effective practices under the scope of personal data privacy and security, and all the demands are being respected according to up-to-date technical knowledge to avoid loss, misuse, change, illegitimate intrusion and subtraction of personal data. Still, it is worth mentioning that no communication method or electronic storage is totally safe, and for that reason we cannot guarantee the data will not be consulted by third parties.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Arbitration Center – Law 144/2015
In case of legal dispute, the consumer can resort to an Alternative Dispute Resolution Entity. Please find a list of Portuguese Conciliation and Arbitration Centers below:
Centro de Informação e Arbitragem do Vale do Ave (TRIAVE) – Guimarães – 00 351 253 422 410
Centro de Informação, Mediação e Arbitragem de Consumo do Algarve (CIMAAL) – 00 351 289 823 135
Centro de Informação e Arbitragem do Vale do Cávado (CIAB) – Braga – 00 351 103 617 604
Centro de Arbitragem de conflitos de consumo da Região Autónoma da Madeira (CACRAM) – 00 351 291 203 800
Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo de Lisboa (CACCL) – 218 80 70 30
Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo do Distrito de Coimbra (CACCDC) – 00 351 239 821 690
Centro de Informação de Consumo e Arbitragem do Porto (CICAP) – 22 550 83 49
Centro Nacional de Informação e Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo (CNIACC) – 00 351 21 384 74 84
Learn more on the consumer website: https://www.consumidor.gov.pt/