The policy presented herein applies to all public and/or private entities that wish to become or are users of the FRIP Website. Its purpose is for users to understand the use of the Website, which personal data are collected, as well as the purpose of such collection.
FRIP reserves the right to change, edit or delete, fully or partly, the terms of this policy, and to establish a new use policy at any time. Such changes or amendments will become effective after their disclosure on the Website, therefore users should consult it regularly. Users may read the available updated version at www.frip.pt;
The Website is owned by FRIP and its content, namely trademarks, designs, logos, images, photographs and videos made available, are protected under Portuguese, Community and International laws, by intellectual property rights belonging to FRIP;
The user is not allowed to copy, reproduce, publish, import or otherwise exploit, in any way, directly or through third parties, any elements made available on the Website, without prior written authorisation by FRIP;
The user of the Website undertakes:
a) To respect the rights of FRIP and of third parties;
b) To respect all and any legal provisions, making responsible use of the functionalities and contents made available;
c) Not to represent himself as someone else;
d) Not to insert on the Website any file or information that may hinder its normal operation, namely computer viruses.
Rights and Guarantees
The FRIP Website aims to publicise the activities and products developed and marketed by the company;
We draw attention to the information provided on the Website, which may not be thorough and/or updated, and may be linked to external Websites over which FRIP has no control or responsibility;
FRIP will make every effort to minimise the inconveniences caused by errors or technical failures that may occur on the Website;
FRIP assures the confidentiality and protection of the data collected during visits to the Website in accordance with the legislation in force;
FRIP seeks also to adopt proactive security measures in order to protect data against tampering, loss, destruction, access or disclosure by unauthorised persons.
Information concerning data collection and processing objectives
What are personal data?
Personal data means any information, of any nature, as well as support (such as sound or image), relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. An identifiable person is considered to be one that can be identified, directly or indirectly, through an identifier such as: name, identification number, elements of physical identity or other elements that allow for the person's identification.
FRIP undertakes to process and use the data received in accordance with the applicable legislation;
It further undertakes to use the data only for the intended purposes, as only for the purposes indicated by the users;
Within the scope of the development of FRIP's commercial activity, it may be necessary to transfer user data to other companies belonging to the FRIP Group or third parties that provide support services, such as technological service providers, human resources and marketing, among other;
By accepting this policy the user expressly authorises data processing and sharing with the aforementioned companies for the purposes set forth herein;
Data Managers undertake to respect the confidentiality of the user's personal data;
The duration of data processing will last for the period provided for in the legislation or until the purpose applicable to certain data ceases to exist.
Cookies used by the Website
- (Google Analytics) __utmc: Not used in ga.js. Defined for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operates in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine if the user was on a new session / visit.
- (Google Analytics) __utmt: Used to control the request rate.
- csrftoken: csrftoken is a cookie that protects the site and user from attacks of Cross-Site Request Forgery
- django_language: django_language is a cookie that memorizes the language chosen by the user, thus avoiding to repeat the language choice when navigating to another page
- sessionid: The sessionid cookie is an alphanumeric code created automatically by the platform and exists as a way of memorizing the user's browsing choices anonymously.