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Privacy Policy

 

This policy applies to all services offered on the website.

This policy is subject to the European Regulation relating to the protection of personal data of April 27, 2016.


Definitions

“Data controller” means the person who determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data.

“Personal data” (hereinafter “personal data”) Information that allows you to be recognized as a person. Your last name is personal data. Your telephone number, your email, your IP address are personal data.

“Processing of personal data” Operation or set of operations applied to personal data (collection, recording, conservation, consultation, etc.)

Who collects personal data?

180 DEGREE – UNIPESSOAL LDA (or “180°”), located Rua Brito e Cunha 603, 4450-088, Matosinhos, Portugal, is responsible for all processing of personal data carried out on the site https://180degr .ee/

What are the purposes of collecting your personal data?

180° undertakes to collect, process or store your personal data for specific, legitimate and relevant purposes.

Your data is processed for the management of your subscriptions to our newsletters, email notification.

With the exception of commercial prospecting operations, 180° considers that all of the above processing is necessary for the execution of the contract entered into between a Client and 180° (legitimate interest).

Commercial prospecting operations are based on your consent to the processing of your data. Therefore, when creating your account on the site, you are expressly asked for your consent:

  • to receive 180° information
  • to receive the 180° newsletter

You have the option to withdraw this consent at any time directly by clicking on the unsubscribe link present on each email received or by contacting us.

Also, we may use and compile data for profiling purposes. Profiling is the automated processing of your personal data. This data is used to evaluate, analyze and predict your preferences, interests and behavior. We use this data to send you our newsletter.

 

What are your rights and how to exercise them with 180°?

In accordance with the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, you have the right to access, rectify and oppose data concerning you. You can exercise these rights by e-mail or by post to the following address:

180 DEGREE – UNIPESSOAL LDA
Rua Brito e Cunha 603,
4450-088 Matosinhos,
Portugal

E-mail : nico@180degr.ee

180° will send a response within 1 month after receipt of the request.

You will also be able to exercise your right to limitation of processing, erasure of your data, data portability and not to be subject to an automated individual decision, including profiling.

For the sake of confidentiality and protection of personal data, a copy of a signed identity document must be included in the request.

In the event of an unsatisfactory response, you have the option of contacting the authorities

 

How long is your data kept?

180° has determined precise rules regarding the retention period of users’ personal data.

To calculate the most relevant retention period, 180° distinguishes prospects who have never made a purchase from 180° and its partners from customers who have already made a purchase.

Concerning prospects, the starting point of the retention period constitutes the last prospecting sending for which the prospect is likely to be interested, that is to say that he clicked on the link in order to see what is offered to him.

Concerning customers, the starting point of the shelf life constitutes their last purchase.

 

What happens to your data after your death?

You can send us your instructions relating to the conservation, erasure and communication of your personal data after your death. These guidelines can be general or specific.

To send us your instructions, contact us by email.

 

Who are the recipients of your data?

Your data is transmitted to partners of 180° who can process the data on their behalf (they are recipients) or only on behalf and according to the instructions of 180° (they are subcontractors).

The recipients of the data are:

  • The 180° teams, its partners and service providers.
  • The police authorities in the context of legal requisitions concerning the fight against fraud.

 

Does 180° have data protection officer?

180° has appointed a data protection officer responsible for assisting the data controller in complying with the European Regulation. For all questions relating to the protection of personal data in 180°, we provide you with a contact address: turn@180degr.ee

 

Is your data sent outside the European Union?

180° is an international company, and works with teams and service providers located outside the European Union. All meet the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Your personal data may be transmitted to meet the purposes defined above to companies located in countries outside the European Union and which do not provide an adequate level of protection of personal data.

Prior to transfer outside the European Union and in accordance with current regulations, 180° implements all the procedures required to obtain the guarantees necessary to secure such transfers.

 

How does 180° protect your data?

180° takes various measures to ensure the security of your data against loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, modification or destruction. Especially :

Access to the databases is strictly reserved for people authorized to read them in the context of their missions.

In accordance with European Regulations, 180° has ensured that subcontractors undertake to respect data security and confidentiality.
All 180° employees are made aware of the protection of personal data through training, newsletters and team meetings.

Edit

180° reserves the right to modify this Data Protection Policy at any time. In the event of a substantial modification such as the introduction of a new purpose, 180° will provide you with information in advance about this other purpose. This is to ensure that you have a reasonable period of time to exercise your rights under the European Regulation.

 

Contact

For any questions regarding our Policy, you can contact us directly at nico@180degr.ee or by mail at Rua Brito e Cunha 603, 4450-088, Matosinhos, Portugal.