PRIVACY POLICY

Parque Industrial de Mortágua, Lote 2 – Apartado 45, 3450-232 Mortágua, PORTUGAL
Tel: +351 231 927 510 / Fax: +351 231 927 520

Protection of personal data – FHC is concerned with respect for the privacy of information that may be collected from users of our site. FHC undertakes that the pursuit of its legitimate business interests in the collection and processing of personal information received from users of our site does not conflict with the reasonable expectations of privacy of the latter. Below we describe the way we treat the personal data that are sent to us by the users of our site. Access to and use of this site implies your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information described further below in this document.

Categories of personal data and purposes – FHC only collects identification data, such as name, address, e-mail addresses, when they have been given voluntarily by you or you have expressly consented to. Your personal data may only be processed according to the purpose for which it was collected and which has been agreed to, and may in particular be used to respond to any request made to us (including email notifications and ordering requests) and to improve the level of service and content of our site, as well as for other purposes that have been requested directly by you. Your personal data will be deleted by FHC when the respective processing is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected. In accordance with the applicable law, you may exercise, at any time, the rights of access, correction, cancellation and opposition to the personal data kept in the files of FHC, under the terms described below in this document.

Transfers of personal data – FHC guarantees that your personal data will not be disclosed in any way to third parties without your explicit and informed consent, except in cases in which the disclosure of such information may be deemed necessary by FHC to execute a contract concluded between them and FHC, for the declaration, exercise or defense of a right in judicial proceedings, or to protect the vital interests of FHC, the users of this site or the general public. The information collected through “cookies” will only be used by FHC and other companies of the FHC group to increase the quality of content, service and support provided to users of our site. Some of this information, such as the number of users accessing the site, may be made public, albeit only in an aggregated, non-individualized format. The type of information collected includes the origin of the user, type of browser, operating system and search engine used, and the duration of the site visit.

Your personal data will be stored on FHC’s computers / servers located in the European Economic Area and may, for the purposes described above, be shared with other FHC group companies. FHC and / or other companies of the same group situated in the European Economic Area may transfer their personal data to subcontractors within the European Economic Area.

Subcontractors – FHC may transfer its personal data to specialized third parties (for example, data storage companies) that may be contracted by FHC or other group companies, which will process the data on behalf of FHC (as subcontractors) and will assist in the provision of the content and provision of the services requested by them. These subcontractors will be obliged before FHC to fulfil the obligations of confidentiality of their data and to put in place the appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect their personal data against the destruction, accidental or illicit, accidental loss, alteration, diffusion and unauthorized access and any other form of illicit treatment.

Data preservation – FHC will only keep its data for the period considered reasonably necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or for compliance with any other legal or ethical requirements.

Security measures – FHC has put in place a set of measures to protect your personal data and has implemented an adequate level of security in relation to the risks that the treatment of your data presents and the nature of the data to be protected.

FHC regularly inspects your system to detect any vulnerabilities and weaknesses. However, given the risks inherent in the use of the Internet, FHC cannot guarantee or guarantee the security of the information transmitted to FHC. The e-mails sent through this site are not encrypted, thus not advising FHC that any type of confidential information is transmitted by this means because there is a risk that they may be used by unauthorized third parties.

Rights of the data owner – Users of the site have the right to access the personal data held by FHC concerning them, to review and correct them and to request the deletion of data that are incorrect. You also have the right to withdraw the prior consent given to FHC for the processing of your personal data. If you have requested the sending of commercial information from FHC (for example, newsletters), which you do not wish to continue receiving, you may express to FHC your opposition to the processing of your personal data for that purpose.

If you wish to exercise any of the rights referred to above, you may contact FHC via the postal address referred to in the heading of this document or by e-mail: rgpd.fhc@zeone.pt

COOKIES POLICY

This site uses cookies that allow you to improve the user’s experience and performance in using it. Cookies serve, for example, to identify your access device, which is useful for securing access to all areas of the site and for securing certain features in particular. By browsing this site, you are consenting to the use of cookies.

  1. What are Cookies?
    “Cookies” are small text files that contain anonymous information and are stored on your computer through the browser, retaining only information related to your preferences, not including your personal data.
  2. What are Cookies for?
    Cookies help determine the usefulness, the interest and the number of uses of your websites, allowing for faster and more efficient navigation, eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information.
  3. How to manage Cookies?
    Cookies can be managed by you directly through the settings of your browser (the program you use to surf the internet). For other browsers not listed, look for the Help option in the software itself.
  4. For what purposes do we use cookies?
    Strictly needed cookies They allow you to browse the website and use your applications as well as access secure areas of the website. Without these cookies, the services you have requested cannot be provided.
    Analytical Cookies: are used anonymously for the purpose of creating and analysing statistics, in order to improve the functioning of the website.
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