Informations Rights: The information rights mean the right of the client to be informed (among other things) about the purpose of data use, about to whom can it be communicated, about what is its rights and its conditions and the data that are mandatory.
The right of Access: The right of the client to access hits own personal data that was given by them without restrictions, delays, or expensive costs as well as to know all the information available about the origin of this data.
The right of Rectification: it is the right of Clients to demand that their data are accurate, up-to-date and may request rectification from e-GDS.
The elimination Right (or "forgetting"): It is the right of the clients to demand the elimination of the personal data in our records when they are not used by the correct purpose, without prejudice deadlines measures in the law.
The right of Opposition: It means the right of the clients to deny the treatment of the personal data to marketing use without costs.
The Right to Treatment Limitation: it means the right of the clients to say in specific circumstances the e-GDS limitation of the treatment of the data, in particular when they verify their accuracy if the treatment was illicit and the client does not agree with the delete of the data asking for a limitation of their use, or when e-GDS no longer need the client personal data for treatment but those data must be required by the client for the effects of declaration exercise or defense of the right un judicial process.
To exercise any of your rights, Customers may contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial need, all data subjects shall have the right to submit a complaint to a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of their habitual residence, their place of work or the place where they were alleged if the data subject considers that the processing of personal data concerning him/her infringes the Data Protection General (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) and other applicable national legislation. In Portugal, the control authority is the National Data Protection Commission.