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Safeguarding the privacy and personal data of our site users is one of Salt&Sea's fundamental concerns. To this end, we have taken the necessary measures to ensure that we comply with all Portuguese and international requirements regarding the handling of personal data. Salt&Sea handles your personal data in accordance with the applicable requirements under European Union and Portuguese law in all aspects relating to the collecting, storage, processing, handling, access and transfer of personal data. Salt&Sea is not obliged to comply with any legal, regulatory or other types of requirements that arise or may arise from the legal frameworks applicable to users who are nationals or residents of other countries, and declines all liability arising therefrom.
Salt&Sea only collects personal data if the person in question provides us with said data. Any such data collected will not be passed on to third parties for them to use for marketing purposes unless the owner of the data has so consented.
Data Collected By Us
Personal Data: You may visit our websites without providing any information of a personal nature. We only collect personal data (e.g. name, address, phone number, e-mail address and other identifiable data) when they are given to us by you. Any handling of personal data will only occur if the owner of the data has unequivocally given us their consent.
Data Collected Automatically
Certain types of data are collected by means of automated procedures when you access and browse our websites or exchange e-mail correspondence with us. The automated technologies used by us may include Web Server Records/IP Address, cookies and Web beacons, third-party apps and other content tools.
Web Server Records/IP Addresses. An IP address is a number assigned to a computer whenever it connects to the Internet. All identifications of computers on the Internet are carried out by means of IP addresses, which enable computers and servers to recognise and communicate with each other. Salt&Sea collects IP addresses in order to manage administrative systems and report information gathered to other Group companies, business partners and/or vendors for analysis and review of the site's performances.
Cookies. Cookies are pieces of information that are automatically placed on the hard discs of users' computers when they use them to access certain websites. Cookies only identify your browser on the server. Cookies allow information to be stored on the server in order to improve users' web experiences and analyse and review the site's performances. The user's prior consent is always required for such information to be stored. Most browsers are configured to accept cookies although they can be configured to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. It should be noted however, that some parts of our website may not function properly if cookies are refused.
Services. Salt&Sea may provide services based on third-party apps and other content tools, such as Google Maps. Such third parties may receive information automatically when you interact with us on our websites using such apps.
Various user options are offered on our website. You may opt not to pass on any personal information that could identify you by not filling in forms or any fields, or by not using any of the personalised services offered.
If you opt to provide personal data, you have the right to access and amend such data at any time, by accessing your records.
Some sites – or reserved areas on our sites – may ask for your consent to use your data for specific purposes; it is your decision whether to authorise or refuse such use. If you decide to subscribe to certain services or communications, such as newsletters, you may cancel your subscription at any time by following the instructions which will be sent along with each communication. If you wish to cancel your subscription to a particular service or communication, we will process you request as quickly as we possibly can although we may need to obtain further information from you.
As stated above, you can always prevent cookies from identifying you, immediately and imperceptibly, while browsing on our websites by configuring your browser to refuse all cookies or to inform you whenever a cookie is being sent to your computer.