Privacy policy

Privacy policy

The protection of personal data is a major concern for this organization. In our daily operations, we strive to protect the privacy of the data you provide us and comply with current regulations regarding personal data protection. The purpose of this policy is to inform stakeholders about the various processes carried out by this organization that affect their personal data in accordance with Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on Personal Data Protection and guarantee of digital rights, and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016.

  1. Identification and contact details of the controller. 

Minerva Insights SA, with registered office at Rua Padre Luís Aparício 10 – 1º, 1150-248 Lisbon, Portugal, with VAT No. 517 188 627.  

 

2. Purposes of processing your personal data

Web page visitors of the controller.

We will process your personal data provided through our web forms to:

  • Address requests, complaints, and incidents reported through our contact channels included on the website.
  • Understand the behavior of the navigator within the website in order to detect possible cyber attacks.
  • Comply with the legal obligations that are directly applicable to us and regulate our activity.
  • To protect and exercise our rights or respond to claims of any nature.
  • Sending newsletters related to the services that make up the activity of the controller or news related to its activity.

Candidates for job offers or applicants for employment.

We will process your personal data provided through our web forms to:

  • Manage the personnel selection processes carried out in the organization to which you have applied by sending your Curriculum Vitae and/or cover letter through the “work with us” form or to the email address provided on the website.
  • Understand the behavior of the navigator within the website in order to detect possible cyber attacks.
  • Send communications related to new job offers.
  • Send communications related to events, activities, congresses in which the organization participates.

3.  Legitimization of processing.
Web page visitors of the controller.

The basis on which the processing of personal data by the organization is supported includes:

  • The consent of the interested party to:
    • Address requests, complaints, and incidents reported through our contact channels included on the website.
    • Send newsletters related to the goods or services that make up the activity of the controller or news related to its activity.
  • The refusal to provide your personal data will result in the impossibility to process your data for the mentioned purposes. Legitimate interest of the controller.
    • To protect and exercise our rights or respond to claims of any nature.
  • Employment candidates.
    • The consent of the interested party to:
      • Include your application in the personnel selection process.
      • Send communications related to new job offers.
      • Send communications related to events, activities, congresses in which the organization participates.
  • The refusal to provide your personal data will result in the impossibility to process your data for the mentioned purposes. Legitimate interest of the controller.

4. Data retention periods or criteria.
The personal data provided will be kept according to the following criteria:

  • The time necessary to fulfill the purposes for which they were initially collected.
  • Once the data is no longer necessary for the treatment in question, they will be duly blocked in order, where appropriate, to make them available to the competent Public Administrations and Bodies, Judges and Courts or the Public Prosecutor’s Office, according to the limitation period of the actions that could arise from the relationship maintained with the client and/or the legally established conservation periods.

5. Automated decisions and profiling.
The website does not make automated decisions nor does it profile.

6. Recipients
During the period of treatment of your personal data, the organization may transfer your data to the following recipients:

  • Judges and Courts
  • State Security Forces
  • In general, competent authorities or public bodies when the controller has a legal obligation to provide personal data.

7. International data transfers.
The organization does not carry out any International Data Transfer.

8. Rights.
Interested parties may exercise at any time and completely free of charge the rights of access, rectification, and deletion, as well as request that the processing of their personal data be limited, oppose the same, request the portability of these (whenever technically possible) or withdraw the consent given, and where appropriate, to not be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling. For this, you can use the forms provided by the organization, or send a written request to the postal or email address indicated above. In any case, your request must be accompanied by a photocopy of your D.N.I. or equivalent document, in order to verify your identity. If you feel that your rights concerning the protection of your personal data have been violated, especially when you have not obtained satisfaction in the exercise of your rights, you can file a complaint with the competent Data Protection Control Authority (Spanish Data Protection Agency), through its website: www.agpd.es. In compliance with article 21 of Law 34/2002 of services of the information society and electronic commerce, if you do not wish to receive more information about our services, you can unsubscribe by sending an email to contact@minervainsightsgroup.com

9. Accuracy of data.
The interested party guarantees that the data provided are true, accurate, complete, and up-to-date; committing to report any change regarding the data provided, through the channels enabled for this purpose and indicated in point one of this policy. You will be responsible for any damage or loss, both direct and indirect, that may be caused as a result of non-compliance with this obligation. In the event that the user provides third-party data, he declares that he has the consent of the interested parties and commits to transfer the information contained in this clause, exempting the organization from any liability derived from the lack of compliance with this obligation.