C5Lab is a non-profit Private Association dedicated to the promotion of national and international cooperation between companies, organizations, university and non-university institutions and public and private laboratories, through the collaborative exercise of research and development oriented to the creation of scientific knowledge.
With this document, C5Lab intends, in compliance with the European Regulation on data protection, to make users, suppliers, employees and partners aware of the general rules of privacy and treatment of personal data collected and processed by the Center, respecting the most high privacy standards, guaranteeing the use of personal data exclusively for the purposes clearly identified and in accordance with data protection rights.
This document applies exclusively to the collection and processing of personal data carried out by C5Lab. Personal data means any information, of any nature and regardless of its support, including sound and image, relating to an identified or identifiable person, thus considering the person who can be identified directly or indirectly, namely by reference to an identification number or to one or more factors specific to its physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity. Sensitive data are those referring to philosophical or political convictions, party or union affiliation, religious faith, private life, racial or ethnic origin, health and sexual life data, including genetic data.
The purpose of processing the personal data collected by C5Lab is to manage the respective contractual relationship with users, partners, suppliers and employees, in the exercise of their social activity.
Only data necessary for a specific purpose, specifically determined and communicated to the holder, will be collected and processed, in accordance with the legislation in force.
The responsible for collecting and processing personal data is C5Lab, which is responsible for determining the purposes and means of processing personal data.
The data are collected by email, in writing and / or in person, always with the consent of the holder.
Personal data are processed by computer and in strict compliance with the legislation, being stored in a database specifically created for this purpose.
Under no circumstances will the collected data be used for any purpose other than that for which consent was given by the data subject.
The data will not be transmitted to third parties, except when the purpose of the processing itself determines a legal obligation to report to public or private entities.
Personal data will only be kept for as long as necessary for the specific purpose of collecting or processing or for the fulfillment of obligations arising from the exercise of the rights of data subjects, always respecting the principle that data must be processed for the minimum necessary period for the purposes that motivated the treatment. Once the maximum retention period has been reached, personal data will be safely destroyed.
Visiting the C5Lab website does not automatically register any personal data that identifies the User, which could happen if the contact form is used.
The data subject gives his consent to the processing of data in an express and unambiguous way, and can withdraw his consent at any time; in this case, this does not compromise the treatment carried out until that date, that is, the holder can, at any time, change or withdraw his consent, but only with effect for the future.
The data subject is guaranteed the rights to access, update, rectify and delete personal data, rights that can be exercised in writing, with the responsible through the following contacts: C5Lab - Rua Central Park 6, 2795-242 Linda-a-Velha, Portugal and/or contact@C5Lab.pt.
If the data subject believes that there has been an infringement of his rights, the data subject may submit a complaint to the National Data Protection Commission.
To protect and maintain the security, integrity and availability of the processed personal data, C5LAB has adopted strict technical, organizational and security measures, in order to avoid the dissemination, loss, misuse, alteration and unauthorized access or treatment, as well as as any other form of illicit treatment, including the following physical, electronic and procedural security measures: encryption, authentication tools, protection of information technology systems through firewalls, extensive and continuous training of employees; restricted personal access to personal data based on the “need to know” criterion and only within the scope of the communicated purposes.