This policy governs the processing of personal data collected by SAHC through its website https://blog.msc-sahc.org/.
SAHC values the security of the data collected and the transparency in its treatment. This way, we inform that the data collected, stored and processed by the company are used in order to guarantee a better experience to the user. We further clarify that the best security practices are employed in this process, so we can assume the inherent responsibilities of handling our users’ data with the most description.
II. Data controller
Navigation on the SAHC Blog website requires no registration, although some features may require the provision of personal data. When this data is provided by the user, it is treated exclusively by SAHC, respecting the legislation on protection of personal data operating.
The personal information collected by SAHC will have to be provided in the following situations:
- Preparation and consultation of requests for information and complaints;
- Request for contact regarding any service;
- Writing internal reports on entity performance;
- Fulfillment of communication actions and entity projects;
- Sending newsletters and/or email marketing by the entity.
The data collected by SAHC isn’t provided to third parties without the prior consent of the owner of their data. However, the brand establishes contact with external partners in particular for the development, maintenance and hosting of computer systems and communication and marketing agencies, with which it establishes confidentiality agreements, assuring its security.
V. User rights
The user is granted the right to request access to personal data concerning him, as well as to rectification or erasure of the same. You may also restrict or oppose the processing of your data, as well as the right to portability, in accordance with the laws governing the processing of personal data.
In order to exercise the aforementioned rights, the user must contact the data controller through the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may submit a complaint to the National Data Protection Commission if you believe that your rights to your personal data have been infringed.