Last updated on January 03, 2023.
This policy aims to inform you of how your personal data is processed when you visit the commonhomeofhumanity.org website.
1. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DATA PROCESSING
The entity responsible for processing your personal data is Common Home of Humanity.
2. COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
Personal data refers to any information pertaining to an identified or identifiable individual, meaning a person who can be identified, directly or indirectly.
Identification Data: Surname, first name, email, postal address, telephone numbers, and other data that might be included on registration forms, in accordance with the principles of pertinence, proportionality and minimization.
Connection data: IP Address, logs, terminal identifiers, connection identifiers, timestamp information, etc.
Internet: Cookies, trackers, navigation data, audience measurements.
3. PURPOSE(S) OF PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA
Your data may be used by the Common Home of Humanity for:
- Sending you our newseltter
- Event registration
- Member registration
- Responding to contact requests
- Monitor the use of our website securely, using the information to help us identify, correct and improve the content and services we provide
- Compliance with legal obligations, accounting, tax and financial management
We may also be required by law to disclose or otherwise process your personal information.
You may, at any time and free of charge, withdraw your consent to receive our newsletters by:
Clicking on the unsubscribe link included in each email we send you.
Contacting the Common Home of Humanity directly by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or post (Instituto Geofísico da Universidade do Porto, R. de Rodrigues de Freitas, 4430-211, V. N. de Gaia - Portugal).
4. DATA SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY
We do not share your personal data with entities external to Common Home of Humanity, except when we obtain your consent, if applicable; when dealing with entities that Common Home of Humanity uses to provide certain services, such as IT services; when we comply with legal obligations, namely transmission of data to police, judicial, fiscal and regulatory entities.
All entities to which your data may be communicated are contractually obliged to maintain secrecy, as well as to guarantee the adoption of appropriate technical and organizational measures in order to ensure compliance with the RGPD.
5. DURATION OF RETENTION OF PERSONAL DATA
The period of time for which the data is kept varies according to the purpose for which the information is used. There are, however, legal requirements that require the retention of data for a certain period of time. Thus, whenever there is no specific legal requirement, the data will be stored and kept for the period strictly necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or provided, until otherwise indicated by the user.
6. RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS
You have a right of access, rectification, deletion, and portability of your data.
You can also request the limitation of the processing of data about you or oppose such processing.
Your rights may be exercised with the Common Home of Humanity by email at email@example.com or post (Instituto Geofísico da Universidade do Porto, R. de Rodrigues de Freitas, 4430-211, V. N. de Gaia - Portugal).