What data is collected?
The use of this website does not imply gathering or saving visitor's personal data.
By submitting forms, users may voluntarily provide the following information: name, organization, email and phone number.
For statistical purposes, the following information is collected each time a visitor accesses this website: visitor's geographic location (country and city), visited pages, date, time and duration, IT resources used (web browser, operating system, monitor resolution, IP, network provider), search terms and referral webpage, among others.
How data is used?
Data received through forms submitted by visitors is only used to provide a reply.
This data is kept private, not shared with any third party, and is archived after one year.
The statistical data is used to analyze and improve this website, being subject to Google Analytics service policies and being eliminated after 26 months.
Luis Seno Design does not send unsolicited advertising, either by email, sms, or any other form.
Who is responsible for the date?
The entity responsible for the users' personal data is Luis Seno Design, and has the following contacts.
Access, modification and elimination?
The user who provided personal data to Luis Seno Design has the right at any time to request its consultation, modification or elimination, without prejudice to the exceptions provided by law related to matters of public interest, or justice, fiscal and commercial obligations by Luis Seno Design
The content of this website, including design, text and images, is protected under intellectual property law and is the exclusive right of Luis Seno Design or other authors or sources like Luis Seno Design parteners, customers, image banks, etc. No part of it may be commercially used without the written permission and authorization from Luis Seno Design. The unauthorized commercial use of any portion of this website may incur civil and criminal charges.
Quoting or mentioning content from this website, for non-commercial purposes, is allowed as long as the source is indicated.
As referred to in Article 14:
"1 - It constitutes an administrative offense punishable by a minimum fine of € 1500 and a maximum fine of € 25,000, when committed by natural persons, with a minimum fine of € 5000 and a maximum fine of € 5,000,000, when practiced by legal persons. (...) "
Article 5 reads as follows:
"1 - The storage of information and the possibility of access to information stored in the terminal equipment of a subscriber or user are only allowed if they have given their prior consent, based on clear and complete information under the Data Protection Act Personal, particularly as regards the purposes of processing.
The full text of this law can be consulted on the Diário da República website.
What to do?
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What is called the "law of cookies"?
It is the common name given to the European e-Privacy Directive, adapted in Portugal in Law 46/2012, in force since 30 August.
What does this law mean?
All cookies on a site that are not strictly necessary for the provision of a requested service by the visitor can only be stored on the visitor's computer with prior and explicit authorization of that visitor.
How does it affect my site?
If the site is registered on behalf of a natural or legal person in an EU member state, the answer is yes. Virtually all sites store cookies (small text files) on visitors' computers. Cookies serve to know how many visitors a site has, to know what product a visitor has added to the shopping cart, to show personalized advertising based on the sites the user browses to. Previously, none of these cookies required visitor authorization.