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COMMITMENT TO YOUR DATA PROTECTION.
By accessing the Gutta website and having this information available, as well as your rights set out here, you grant Gutta the right to collect and use the navigation data collected here through your navigation. Should you have any doubts or requests regarding your data, please contact us through the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT DATA IS COLLECTED?
Information provided through registration and/or forms. Information linked to your browsing behavior on the website.
WHY DO WE COLLECT THIS DATA?
To improve our website and the services we offer to the market, taking into account the browsing behavior of users, as well as to generate general statistical data for informational and commercial purposes.
We stress that we do not track or identify individual users; we only gather useful knowledge about how the website is used so that we can continue to improve it for our users. Without the knowledge we acquire from the systems that use these cookies we would not be able to provide the service we provide.
In addition, we want to establish a non-invasive relationship with our visitors. Therefore, it is essential that we understand through which channels users allow contact. This information may be shared with third party partners, safely considering only data provided by you through interaction and/or navigation on our website.
HOW IS THE DATA COLLECTED?
Through Cookies. Cookies are small text files sent to your computer when you visit a website. Cookies on the Gutta website perform a number of different functions, including improving your experience on the website. We therefore use different types of cookies:
If you use parts of the website that require registration or sign-up to access the content, we will place an “authentication cookie” on your computer. This allows you to leave and return to these parts of the website without having to authenticate again.
If you have Adobe Flash installed on your computer (most computers do) and you use video player programs, we store a “flash cookie” on your computer. These cookies are used to store data necessary to play video or audio content and store user preferences.
As a specialized marketing agency, Gutta likes to understand how visitors access and behave on our website. This understanding is achieved by using analytical services. These services count the number of visitors and give us information about their general behavior - for example, identification of the keywords used in searches, the typical length they stay on the website or the average number of pages a user views. For this purpose, we place a “1st party cookie” on your computer.
We may also use services such as Google Analytics and/or other similar services to track statistics. In this case, Google will place a “3rd party cookie” on your computer. This is also the case when we use Google Maps.
This occurs in a number of situations: on the pages of the websites, in electronic communications, and in advertisements and publicity presented to you. Personalization is advantageous because it allows us to provide you with a platform that, while containing content of general interest, is designed to be as close as possible to your interests and preferences.
HOW TO CONTROL THE COOKIES ON YOUR COMPUTER
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can modify your browser so that it will send you a notification when cookies are sent to it, or you can reject all cookies. You can also delete cookies that have already been set.
If you want to restrict or block browser cookies that are sent to your device, you can do this through your browser settings; the ‘Help’ function in your browser will tell you how, simply by adjusting the configuration of your browser or your Internet access device.
Important: If you are not the only user of your computer or Internet access device, it is important that you take certain precautions. This is because your personal information is linked not only to your registration profile, but also to your browser. Thus, the application access history of all the people who have used the same browser will be available to anyone who comes to access it, which may compromise the privacy of other users.
If you are interested, please consult the legislation on the subject, in particular:
- Brazilian Civil Rights Framework for the Internet (LAW No. 12.965, OF APRIL 23, 2014) and its Regulation (DECREE No. 8.771, OF MAY 11, 2016);
- Consumer Defense Code (Law No. 8.078, OF SEPTEMBER 11, 1990);
- Civil Code (LAW No. 10.406, OF JANUARY 10, 2002).