About The Brazilian report
The website of The Brazilian Report (Brazilian.report) is operated by The Brazilian Report Comunicação LTDA-ME, a company duly incorporated under Brazilian law, corporate tax ID no. 28.319.439/0001-09, whose registered office is at ST SIA Trecho 3, lote 990, Sala 208 Zona Industrial Guara, CEP 71200-030 (herein defined as “The Brazilian Report Comunicação, LTDA-ME” or “we”). The Brazilian Report comunicação LTDA-ME is headquartered in Brazil and has an office in the United States.
1. Why do we collect your data?
The Brazilian Report is a platform of content about Brazil, with an informative purpose and focused on providing you material related to politics, economy, technology and society. Because of this intent, The Brazilian Report produces and sends, periodically, news and newsletters to help you understand the particularities of the political and business world in Brazil.
We will only send you news and newsletters if you wish to receive them and if you give us your consent.
This is why we collect your data: to send you, via email, news and newsletters containing The Brazilian Report content.
Besides, we may also use your data to send marketing content from The Brazilian Report, during our promotional campaigns.
2. What kind of personal data do we collect?
During your navigation through The Brazilian Report, you may be requested to provide your email and name.
The provision of your email address is necessary for you to begin receiving our newsletters and The Brazilian Report content in your mailbox.
Thus, your email and name are the only pieces of data we collect.
3. How do we obtain your consent?
When you provide us with your email through the subscription page, you are giving us your consent to collect your email and send you news and newsletters from The Brazilian Report.
4. How can you revoke your consent?
By subscribing to The Brazilian Report, you will start receiving emails from The Brazilian Report Comunicação LTDA-ME. To withdraw your consent and stop receiving The Brazilian Report content and marketing content from The Brazilian Report Comunicação LTDA-ME, you must take the following steps:
a) open one of the emails you have received from The Brazilian Report;
b) click the link labeled “Unsubscribe”, at the bottom central part of the email.
When completing this procedure, you will revoke your consent and stop receiving any content from The Brazilian Report in your mailbox.
Furthermore, in case of any questions, you can contact us via the email email@example.com
5. Storage and safety
Your data are stored in servers – that are safe and protected by firewalls – from The Brazilian Report Comunicação LTDA-ME’s data storage providers.
To protect your personal information, we take precautions and follow the best practices available in the industry to certify ourselves that your data won’t be lost, taken, accessed, disclosed, changed or destroyed.
6. Does The Brazilian Report Comunicação LTDA-ME transfer your data internationally?
The Brazilian Report Comunicação LTDA-ME has its headquarters in Brazil and your data is collected under Brazilian laws. However, we may transfer your data to Germany, for example, if the company that stores your data is located there.
This transfer will be conducted in accordance with the safety level required in this Policy, only to countries that possess an appropriate level of protection.
By using The Brazilian Report services, you agree with the processing and transfer of your data from Brazil to other countries.
7. How long do we store your data for?
We only store your data for the necessary time to meet the services that justify the collection of your data, as well as to comply with legal and contractual obligations or authorities’ requests. Also, we must comply with the maintenance terms and deadlines provided in the relevant legislation.
If you request the exclusion of your personal data, we will exclude it as soon as the legal maintenance term is expired, unless the maintenance is determined based on legal obligations or by request of authorities.
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9. Links to other websites
Our website may contain links to other websites of interest. However, once you have used these links to leave our site, you should note that we do not have any control over that other website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting such sites and such sites are not governed by this privacy statement. You should exercise caution and look at the privacy statement applicable to the website in question.
10. Age for consent
By using this website, you confirm that you have the legal age of the place where you live and that you gave us your consent to allow any of your minor dependents to use this website.
11. Possibility of updates and changes to the policy
We reserve the right to modify this Policy at any time. The changes and updates come into effect as soon as they are published on our website. In case we make changes, we will notify you about the update or we will publish it on our website. We strongly suggest you access The Brazilian Report frequently in order to verify and keep track of any future change or update.
12. Questions, contact information and data changes
To access, correct, change or exclude any personal information previously provided to us, ask for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.