Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in force since May 25, 2018 in the European Union. The GDPR sets out the rules regarding the processing by a person, company or organization of personal data relating to individuals in the EU. In addition to strengthening the legal protection of data subjects' rights, the GDPR defines rules and procedures from a technological point of view.
ARDITI's Site Managing Entity
ARDITI's Site is managed by ARDITI's Board of Directors. The technological infrastructure of ARDITI's Site is ensured by ARDITI's Computer Services Division.
Responsible for processing
ARDITI's services, as data controller:
Ensure that the processing of your personal data is carried out within the scope of the purposes for which they were collected or for purposes compatible with those purposes;
Collect, use and retain only those personal data that are necessary for the purpose in question;
Do not transmit personal data for commercial or advertising purposes;
Process personal data for legally prescribed purposes or for the pursuit of services
at the request of the citizen.
Confidentiality and Privacy
ARDITI is committed to processing your data in a fair and transparent manner, guaranteeing confidentiality and security regarding the information requested from you and ensuring that it will be used only for the purposes expressly indicated and authorized.
Collection and processing of personal data
ARDITI's Site collects the information that is strictly necessary and pertinent to the purpose for which it is intended.
The information collected, by means of the contact form available on the site, is the name, cell phone number and e-mail, destined for later interaction with the citizen.
In compliance with the legal obligation to ensure the security of information systems, provided for in Article 32.1 of the RGPD, the IT Services Division processes personal
data based on Article 6.1 c) of the same law (compliance with a legal obligation). It collects the following data from visitors to its website: date and time of consultation, IP address (Internet protocol), the type of browser used by the visitor and the pages accessed. This data is kept for a maximum of 90 days. The personal data collected is not subject to any analysis, unless there are possible security incidents, in which case, after analysis, it will be communicated to the competent authorities.
Access, security and user identification
All personal information supplied through the contact forms on the ARDITI Site is protected by security procedures that protect it from unauthorised access and disclosure.
Right to access, rectify, update and eliminate data
ARDITI's Site guarantees you the right to access the data that directly concerns you, and to update or correct it, make portability, delete it, limit its processing or oppose its processing, without compromising the validity of the data processing carried out until that moment.
Conservation periods may be modified when justified by the public interest, historical, scientific or statistical reasons.
ARDITI's Site does not use the sharing of contents to Social Networks, and no user data are supplied to Social Networks.
Interaction with existing Social Networks is made through links to ARDITI's Social Networks.
Data Protection Officer and Control Authority
ARDITI's Data Protection Officer is the person in charge of the Office of the General Data Protection Officer of the Regional Government of Madeira, Mr. Martin Oliveira Freitas. You may contact the GEGPD, with regards to questions related to the treatment of your personal data through the following contacts:
1) Office of the General Data Protection Officer
Palácio do Governo Regional - Avenida Zarco 9004-527 FUNCHAL
Telephone: (+351) 291 145 175
The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint to a competent supervisory authority, which in Portugal is the National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD)
2) CNPD - National Commission for Data Protection
D. Carlos I, 134, 1º
T (+351) 213 928 400
F (+351) 213 976 832