Casablanca will have access to personal data in the following situations:
Interaction with your employees: When your employees and collaborators of any nature use their systems and platforms to fulfill the duties and obligations arising from the contractual relationship they have.
Without prejudice to the data commonly collected and processed from its employees for the purposes of the legal relationship they have, Casablanca may still collect the following personal data:
The sensitive personal data that may be collected by Casablanca will have their purpose separately informed to the User, who must consent to Casablanca using them in a specific way, and in case of disagreement, the data will be automatically deleted from Casablanca's databases.
When collected, Casablanca will use personal data to:
The exercise of Casablanca's rights and to defend itself against any legal claims, as well as for compliance with any legislation or regulation applicable to Casablanca or third parties with whom we work, as well as for the exercise of good performance of contracts signed between Casablanca and its users.
The User accepts and agrees that Casablanca shares their personal data with the following categories of recipients:
Casablanca does not intend to carry out the transfer of any personal data of the User captured outside Brazil, provided that if the hypotheses listed below are not met, Users will be previously informed by email, at which time the User may accept or not the transfer, and in case of disagreement, you may have your access rights blocked by Casablanca.
The international transfer of data described in the General Data Protection Law (LGPD) lacks the designation of guidelines to be established by the National Authority for the Protection of Personal Data (ANPD), whereas, when defined, Casablanca will undertake to comply with them in their entirety.
Casablanca uses appropriate technologies and procedures to protect any personal data collected (including administrative, technical and physical protections) according to the level of risk and the service provided, having a legally responsible team to deal with the secure management of the data in line with legal provisions, regulatory requirements, technology changes, among other relevant factors that may influence the way to protect personal data.
Casablanca uses all reasonable market efforts to ensure the security of its systems and the data collected, using highly qualified and reputable Internet providers and database and storage servers, as well as security certificates (SSL) and protection software. against unauthorized access to systems, as well as standard methods for encrypting and anonymizing collected data.
This Policy represents Casablanca's effort to protect User information. However, due to the very nature of the Internet, it is not possible to guarantee that malicious third parties will not succeed in improperly accessing the stored information, which is why, if this occurs, Casablanca will be liable within the limits provided by law.
Casablanca, within a reasonable period to be defined by the National Data Protection Authority (“ANPD”), shall notify the ANPD and the affected User of the occurrence of a security incident that may cause significant risk or damage to the affected User, mentioning, in the Minimum:
Casablanca will be responsible for handling it as follows:
Casablanca may adopt different legal bases for different processing of personal data.
Casablanca calculates the retention period of personal data according to the following criteria:
According to the Brazilian General Data Protection Law, the User will have the following rights regarding the treatment of their personal data:
Casablanca undertakes to respond to such requests as soon as possible and at no cost to the User, limited to a maximum period of 15 (fifteen) days from receipt of the request, unless a longer period is required to respond due to complexity, reasons of fact or law, opportunity in which the User will be communicated.
Casablanca will immediately inform the processing agents with whom it has shared User data about the correction, elimination, anonymization or blocking of data, so that they can repeat the same procedure.
Confirmation of the existence or access to the User's personal data provided for in this chapter will be provided, electronically or expressly, in a simplified format or by means of a clear and complete statement, indicating the origin of the data, the inexistence of registration, the criteria used and the purpose of the treatment, always observing the commercial and industrial secrets of Casablanca.
A cookie is a small text file, placed on a computer or other device, used to identify the User, device used and to collect information and can perform the following functions:
Casablanca uses necessary and performance cookies.
At any time, the User may disable Cookies through the settings of his browser, installing plug-ins available on the market, or even making use of other technologies that he deems necessary.
In addition to cookies, Casablanca uses other tracking technologies, such as:
Web Server and Platform Records: Casablanca's servers automatically collect certain information to assist, administer and protect the services offered, as well as to analyze usage and improve the User experience. The information collected includes:
Social Media Connections: Some of Casablanca's services may include social media features such as Facebook “Like” buttons and widgets; “Share” button and interactive mini-programs.
Casablanca may allow the User to choose to use the logins of its own social networks to access some of the services offered, in which case Casablanca may receive and store authentication information for these services.
In the event of changes that reach the purpose and duration of the processing of the User's personal data, the User will be informed through the email registered in our services or through the platform itself in advance of 30 (thirty) days. If there is disagreement with the changes, the User may revoke the consent provided, being unable to use the services of Casablanca.
If, in the future, Casablanca changes its policy in order to share data with third parties, it will send a notice 30 (thirty) days in advance to the user via the registered user's e-mail, who may disagree with the sharing, at which time will continue to use Casablanca's services.
Users are advised to periodically read this policy in order to keep up to date with its content.
This Policy will be governed, interpreted and executed in accordance with the laws of the Federative Republic of Brazil, regardless of the conflicts of these laws with the laws of other states or countries, and the São Paulo Forum is competent to resolve any doubts arising from this instrument, with waiver of any other, however privileged it may be.
All rights reserved.