The website of BEER PRAXIS aims to be a means of communication of PRAXIS, through which we will undertake several activities, such as order processing and communication with the clients, etc. Although all efforts are made to ensure the accuracy of information, we don’t guarantee the inexistence of some inaccuracy, regardless of its cause. The content of this website is protected by Intellectual Property Rights and Industrial Property Rights, under Portuguese and European Union laws, and international conventions. The information displayed on the website is public and may be reproduced, as long as the respective source is mentioned. Its use for commercial or offensive purposes is however prohibited. Any attempt to alter or integrate information, or any action that may damage or jeopardise the integrity of the system, is strictly prohibited and may be punished, in compliance with the legislation in force. PRAXIS is not responsable for the content of the references to external links, as well as for the way the users’ personal data might be collected and processed through those websites.
The protection of privacy and personal data is a priority for PRAXIS and a clear commitment undertaken by us. This policy concerns the privacy practices of the online portals and websites managed by PRAXIS.
PRAXIS must collect some personal data regularly for its activity purposes. Any personal data that you provide us will be processed with the guarantee of security and confidentiality, demanded by the legal framework concerning the personal data protection. The processing of your data is made in compliance with the legislation regarding personal data protection. That data will be subjected to computer processing and remain on PRAXIS’ database. It is used for the process of registration, statistical operations, institutional information, etc. The data provided will not be transferred to third parties without your prior consent, but may be used inside PRAXIS or by other entity acting as an agent of PRAXIS for processing or transportation purposes.
The data supply is voluntary, and it is guaranteed, in compliance with the law, the right to access, rectify or annul any data that concerns you, when requested to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRAXIS respects your right to privacy and does not collect, on this website, any personal information about you without your request or explicit consent. The interaction with PRAXIS’ websites does not require any information from the user, except when the registration is considered necessary, for purposes expressly stated, and authorised by the user.
Responsable for the processing of data
The entity who is responsable for collecting and processing personal data is PRAXIS, which provides you the service, and, within that context, determines which data is collected, what are the means of the processing the data and to what ends is the data used. In case you wish some clarification or to eliminate your personal data, this request must be sent to the email email@example.com, as noted earlier.
The type of personal data collected
For the purposes of its activity, PRAXIS collects and processes the necessary personal data for processing orders and communicating with clients, processing information requests and possible claims, statistical analysis, as well as its respective use for direct marketing purposes. Therefore, data such as name, address, country, telephone number, tax number,
email address, birth date and personal interests concerning alcoholic beverages, is processed.
The personal data collected is processed by computer and in strict compliance with the legislation regarding personal data protection. Thus,
it is stored in specific databases, created to such purpose, and which ensure its security and confidentiality, according to the technical and organisational information technology measures, in order to avoid any lost, alteration, destruction, improper use or that the collected data is used for an end other than the one that was consented by the data subject. In case you fill in one of the available forms for the purposes previously mentioned or subscribe PRAXIS’ newsletter, your data will only be processed for marketing purposes or other means of communication if you have given your conscious, express and unequivocal consent for activation and subsequent use (through an opt-in solution).
The purpose of processing personal data
The purpose of processing personal data consists on managing and processing orders, communicating with clients, processing information requests and possible claims.
After having received the consent to do so, PRAXIS may use the available contact information periodically to provide information considered relevant, while the data subject has permanently full right to withdraw that consent and stop receiving that kind of information.
The data collected will also serve exclusively for PRAXIS’ marketing activities, compilation of aggregate statistics, metrics and elements regarding generalised trends for the improvement and optimisation of advertising campaigns and other marketing, promotional and analysis purposes.
In case the client requests the responsible for processing data for information concerning the collection and processing of his/her data, PRAXIS might provide more detailed information about the use of the client data.
The period of time under which the data is stored and preserved varies according to the purpose for which the information is processed and according to the obligations and legal requirements possibly applied, and which demand the preservation of the data for a minimum period of time.
Thus, and every time a specific legal obligation does not exist, the data will be stored and preserved only for the necessary period of time, for the purposes that led to its collection or subsequent processing. At the end of that time period, the data will be deleted.
We expressly remind that, at any moment, you can request the elimination of all your personal data from our databases, as long as it is legally permitted. This request must be sent to the email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opposition to receiving messages for marketing purposes
PRAXIS may make advertisements for its clients. In case you do not intend to receive this communication, you can, at any moment, withdraw your consent regarding the use of your data for marketing purposes and delivery of informative communication, by sending a written request to PRAXIS through the email email@example.com or using the remove button at the end of the newsletters.
Reporting of data to other entities (third parties and subcontractors)
PRAXIS does not share personal data of the users with third parties, with which it has not established a contractual relation that entails the confidential processing of these data, in accordance with PRAXIS’ privacy statement.
PRAXIS might communicate your personal data to third parties as long as it has explicitly obtained the data subjects’ consent to do so or when:
a) the transmission is done in compliance with a legal obligation, a deliberation of the National Commission on Data Protection or a court order;
b) the communication is carried out to protect vital interests of the data subjects or any other legitimate purpose under the law. PRAXIS takes appropriate measures to ensure that the entities that access the data are respectable and offer the highest guarantees at this level, which will be established and safeguarded on the contract signed between PRAXIS and third parties.
Any entity subcontracted by PRAXIS will handle the personal data which has been collected and processed, in the name and on behalf of PRAXIS, with the obligation of adopting the necessary technical and organisational measures, to protect personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental lost, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access, and all other unlawful forms of processing.
In any of the cases, PRAXIS remains responsible for the personal data collected.
In the case of certain services, cookies (text file saved on the user’s computer, with the purpose of customising visits) might be used to count the number of visits to the website without identifying the user personally. This type of cookies does not store or collect any type of personal information about the user, and its installation can always be controlled, through the user’s internet browser.
Any alteration will be immediately announced on this webpage, and therefore we recommend that you visit this webpage regularly, so you can be aware of the latest version. If you have any doubts or questions about the way PRAXIS processes your personal data, please send us your clarification request through the email firstname.lastname@example.org or to PRAXIS’ address. Under the current legislation, it is expressly prohibited to copy, reproduce, advertise, modify, publish or use, in a commercial or non-commercial way, any of the contents present on this website, without prior written authorisation from PRAXIS, under penalty of lawsuit.
This Privacy Statement was last updated in May 2020.