1. GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)
The new General Data Protection Regulation is in force, which establishes new rules regarding the protection and processing of personal data.
2. IDENTIFICATION OF THE RESPONSIBLE FOR DATA PROCESSING
University Teaching Cooperative creator of the Arbitration Center of the Autonomous University of Lisbon.
Rua de Santa Marta 47 2º 1150-293 Lisbon
3. DATA COLLECTED:
4. LEGAL FOUNDATION
5. WHAT WE DO WITH YOUR DATA (PURPOSES)
Your data will be processed for the purpose of providing conflict mediation services, conciliation, negotiation, arbitration and satisfaction surveys.
6. HOW LONG WE STORE YOUR DATA
Personal data will be kept after the processes have completed their processing, for a minimum period of ten years and a maximum of twelve years, or as determined by the competent legislation.
Data relating to satisfaction surveys will be kept for a period of ten years.
7. TRANSFER TO THIRD COUNTRIES
The University Teaching Cooperative does not transfer data to other countries.
8. DATA PROCESSING
They will not be subject to treatment for automated individual decisions, nor for profiling.
9. MEASURES IMPLEMENTED TO PROTECT YOUR DATA AGAINST UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS, ALTERATION OR DESTRUCTION
Cooperativa de Ensino Universitário takes the necessary and legally required precautions to ensure the protection of the information collected from its employees.
Among others, the following technical and organizational measures are implemented to ensure the security and confidentiality of personal data: physical security (through access control), logical separation of records, access passwords and access levels, firewalls and antivirus programs.
10. YOUR RIGHTS
All personal data are processed in accordance with the provisions of Regulation EU 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, with the holders of personal data having the right to access, freely and without restrictions, confirming, rectifying, erasing or blocking the data. that they have provided, as well as the right to portability and limitation of treatment with regard to the Data Subject, or the right to oppose the treatment, being able to exercise it in writing, in person at our facilities or via email firstname.lastname@example.org at any time without any charge.
The Data Subject has the right to file a complaint with the National Data Protection Commission or any other supervisory authority.
The new General Data Protection Regulation establishes new rules regarding the protection, processing and free movement of personal data of individuals.