About the Application Form
In filling out and submitting our Application Form you are explicitly agreeing with the collecting, processing and using of the personal data introduced, by Associação Cultural Montes Claros (ACMC), in order to operate, promote and enhance its activity, as well as to contact you and provide you with information about Montes Claros University Hall of Residence and its correlated activities. Under the Portuguese Law for Personal Data Protection, through the email address: email@example.com or any other contact provided by ACMC, you will always be able to revoke this consent and exercise the right to access, update, correct or eliminate your personal data.
ACMC, in the course of its activity, may hire services from third parties. If those services imply the access to personal data collected by ACMC, we will make all the efforts to ensure that those entities have a great reputation and high standards concerning data protection, what will be specifically settled in the contract to be established between ACMC and those third parties. Thus, any entity hired by ACMC will lead with the personal data on its behalf as if we were doing it, taking all the technical and organizational actions to protect personal data from accidental or illegal destruction, loss, change, diffusion, unauthorized access or any other illegal processing. In any case, ACMC will remain responsible for all the data you provide to us.
Our Application Form uses the service “Google Forms” of Google© Inc., established in the US. Its use binds the user to “Google Terms and Conditions”, which might be checked on https://policies.google.com/terms. The user firmly exempts Associação Cultural Montes Claros from any liability resulting from the default on those terms and conditions.
Cookies are small text files that may be used by websites to make the user experience more efficient. Legislation foresees that we may store cookies in your device if they are strictly necessary for the operation of this website.
This website uses different types of cookies. For all other types of cookies, we must ask your permission. Some cookies are placed by independent services that appear on our website.
The users of this website accept the storage of cookies on their computers or devices in the way explained above, without prejudice to the possibility to control and manage it. We further inform that removing or blocking cookies may affect the user experience and may limit the access to certain areas of the website.
Most browsers allow our users to view the stored cookies and delete them individually. Alternatively, they provide the possibility to block cookies from a particular website or all websites in general. We remind you that the selected preferences, including auto-exclusion, are lost whenever cookies are deleted. For more information please see AboutCookies.org or Cookiecentral.com.
A local shared object or flash cookie is like other cookies. The difference consists in the fact that it can store more kinds of information. These cookies cannot be controlled through the options identified above. Some areas of our website may use this type of cookies to store user preferences for some features, for example, the media player. Without them, the content of some videos may not be displayed properly.
Social media buttons
During your visit to our website, you will find buttons that connect to social networks. These buttons do not transmit any information without user intervention. Before you can use these buttons, you must activate them with a click. After activation, the system establishes a direct connection with the server of the social network chosen.
Once the user clicks the button, the selected social network can collect data, regardless of whether the user has an account on that social network or not. If the user has an account on the social network, that network can associate the user’s visit to our website and the user account.
The user should be aware that we have no influence on the volume of data collected by social networks through these buttons. To know the volume of data collected, the purpose of the collection, the ways of treating and using the information by the social networks, as well as the rights and possibilities that the user has to protect his privacy, we refer to the sections concerning data protection published by social networks.
On our website you may find links to one or more of the following social networks:
- Facebook: explored by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. For more information about Facebook’s policy on protecting personal data, please see http://www.facebook.com/policy.php.
- Twitter: explored by Twitter Inc., 1355 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103 USA. You will find the programmer’s rules of conduct at https://dev.twitter.com/overview/terms/agreement-and-policy. For more information about Twitter’s policy on protecting personal data, please see https://twitter.com/privacy.
External web services
We may use external web services on our website, to display content on our web pages. For example, to provide images and videos, and to conduct surveys and inquiries. In these cases, the same as with social buttons, we cannot prevent the collection of information about the usage of our visitors, when they access these contents which are incorporated into our website.
To assess the relevance of our communications, we may use monitoring technologies to determine whether our visitors have read, clicked on links, or forwarded certain email communications that we sent. In case they disagree with this procedure, our users should revert their subscription (unsubscribe) since it is not possible to send these emails without these monitoring mechanisms. Subscribers can update their communication preferences at any time by contacting us through firstname.lastname@example.org, or they can unsubscribe by following the instructions provided in our emails.