Associação Agr - Allgarve Pigeons Race
1.Framework, scope and general principles
Associação Agr - Allgarve Pigeons Race is a non-profit association that operates in the area of organizing sporting events, with the exploration of the Algarve Golden Race.
To develop its business activity, Associação Agr - Allgarve Pigeons Race generally carries out operations for the processing of personal data of customers or potential customers, website users http://www.goldenracealgarve.com/ , partners, service providers and from suppliers. The processing of personal data is supported by the following principles:
Personal data, according to the general data protection regulation in force, is information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person ("data subject"); an identifiable a single person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier, such as a name, an identification number, location data, electronic identifiers or to one or more specific elements of the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.
3.Entity Responsible for the processing of personal data
The Association Agr - Allgarve Pigeons Race is the entity responsible for the processing of personal data, deciding on the types and categories of personal data and on what treatment and purposes for which they are used, as well as on the transfer of personal data to entities third parties, subcontractors.
Contacts: Rua da Estação nº 2, 8900-406 Monte Gordo, Faro
Email address for the purposes of privacy and protection of personal data: email@example.com
4.What personal data are processed
In general, the Association Agr - Allgarve Pigeons Race collects and processes personal data to enter into contracts related to the organization of the Algarve Golden Race event and its operations, comply with legal obligations and security requirements, manage promotions or special offers , provide information and content in physical and digital media, including the use of the website, sending messages, registered accesses, telephone contacts, managing the relationship with the customer and the respective preferences, the customer experience and managing specific events during the event.
Personal data can be provided by the holder himself, by telephone, by mailing the registration form, in person or by digital means, or collected indirectly through official entities and authorities or business partners.
In response to the different purposes, the following categories of personal data can be processed:
-General identification and contacts – name, gender, address, email address, telephone number, tax identification number and rings;
-Personal data related to preferences, user experience, information for billing and payment, as well as specific customer requirements for the event, collected and related to registration, contracts, commercial proposals, provided in forms and information carriers physical or digital, for further contacts, photographs of general context, in events and campaigns organized by the Association, as well as others that may prove necessary for the administrative, commercial and institutional activity of the Association.
-Data collected from the use of the company's website, namely those provided in the registration form (first name, surname, email, telephone, country, full address, tax number, personal payment information, signature, rings), and others related to the type of use, navigation or cookies, to improve the experience of using the website;
-Personal data contained in confidentiality and professional secrecy commitments, in agreements with suppliers, partners and subcontractors, as well as access and use data for the Association's information systems.
5.Purpose, legal basis and retention period applicable to the processing of personal data
i.Purpose: Commercial management and management of relationships with customers, suppliers and partners (examples: invoicing, carrying out the Association's daily operations, activities and services offered by the association, purchasing, logistics, etc.)
ii.Purpose: Marketing, advertising, event organization, user experience.
iii.Purpose: Contact management using the company website
iv.Purpose: Information security and auditing; physical security and video surveillance
6.How and with what measures personal data are processed
The processing of personal data is carried out through automatic and manual processes, with the adoption of measures and controls, technological and organizational, appropriate and considered proportional, to protect and preserve them. These measures include management of authentication and access to systems and facilities, monitoring of technological infrastructure, with control of access, misuse and unnatural traffic, incident management through technical support to systems, storage of data with specific security rules, management of system usage profiles, controlled access to restricted information, in any medium, entering into confidentiality and professional secrecy commitments with all staff, and the respective training and awareness .
Depending on the specific needs and requirements of information management, more robust techniques may be used that aim at the anonymization of information or its increased protection, such as encryption.
In the context of the historical archive and for statistical purposes, personal data will, whenever possible, be anonymized, and may be preserved for longer periods, as well as used for main purposes or new purposes, if compatible.
Personal data may be transferred, for the same purposes, to entities required by law or to third parties. The Associação Agr - Allgarve Pigeons Race may also transfer data to
third parties within the scope of investigations, inquiries and judicial and/or administrative proceedings or of a similar nature, provided that this is duly ordered by court order or by order of a state public entity. Given the nature of the pigeon breeding activity, and for the execution of contracts with the participants, data may be transferred to partners or suppliers, as well as to public or private entities operating in the health area, with a view to preserving the vital interests of the participants. In the event that the sharing and processing of personal data requires transfers to third parties outside the European Economic Area, the Association undertakes to act as stipulated by current legislation and the General Data Protection Regulation, within the scope applicable to transfer personal data.
7.Rights of holders of personal data
The response to requests for access and information, obtaining and consulting personal data, updating or changing will be ensured, and the deletion, restriction and opposition to the processing and termination of the automatic processing of personal data for profile management may be requested, in this case. of requests in accordance with the legislation in force. In cases where consent has been given, it can be withdrawn using the contact: firstname.lastname@example.org .
You may also contact the national supervisory authority for the protection of personal data, if you deem it necessary and pertinent.
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