General Policy on Security and Privacy
The protection of privacy and personal data is a priority for GESBA – Empresa de Gestão do Sector da Banana, Lda. (hereafter “GESBA”) and GESBA makes a clear commitment to us.
This policy concerns privacy measures undertaken within the scope of GESBA’s activities, including on its portals, online sites and with regard to other services managed and used by the company. The personal data you provide during interactions with the various services will be treated with the guarantees of security and confidentiality required by the legal framework on the protection of personal data.
Services, portals and sites under the responsibility of GESBA must be freely accessed and used by the user, with GESBA presuming that the user has read, understood and accepted the Terms and Conditions of their use.
Any attempts to alter information, or any other action which may cause damage and put the integrity of the system at risk, are strictly prohibited in accordance with current legislation. The user undertakes to scrupulously comply with applicable legislation, particularly with regard to IT crime and intellectual property rights, and is solely responsible for the infringement of these regulations.
Data Protection Officer
GESBA has appointed a Data Protection Officer, who can be contacted via email at email@example.com, or by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt at Rua de Santa Rita, n.º 56, 9000-238, Funchal.
GESBA respects your right to privacy. Data are requested for the purposes of the provision of the service requested by you, with personal data that are not necessary for the provision of the service not being collected and with no data collected without your consent.
Interaction with the services, portals and sites of GESBA does not require information from the user, except when, for purposes expressly identified, their collection is declared to be necessary and is authorised by the user in accordance with the following terms.
As the data processor, GESBA:
As a subcontractor, GESBA undertakes to comply with the agreements on privacy and processing of personal data contracted with the entities responsible for data processing.
Types of Personal Data we collect
The personal data subject to processing by GESBA are of a diverse nature, given the nature of the services provided on electronic platforms and other services under its management.
According to the type of services provided, the following may be collected: IP address, GPS location, name, gender, age, date and place of birth, tax identification number, civil identification number, social security number, identification document number, IBAN, NIFAP (beneficiary identification number in the IFAP information system), marital status, address, nationality, e-mail address, and mobile phone number.
Personal Data Security
In the pursuit of its activities, GESBA uses a set of technologies and security procedures appropriate for the protection of personal data, protecting these from unauthorised access or disclosure, namely:
Access and control of your Personal Data
At your request, we provide access, rectification and erasure of personal data. You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data.
If the use of your personal data is based on consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent, without jeopardising the validity of the data processing carried out up to that point.
Through our Data Protection Officer, who can be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt at Rua de Santa Rita, n.º 56, 9000-238, Funchal, you may request:
Archiving of Personal Data
Your personal data are kept by GESBA for the period necessary for their processing, in accordance with the respective purpose.
The periods of conservation can be modified when justified by public interest, historical, scientific or statistical reasons, with GESBA committing to adopt the appropriate measures of conservation and security.
Cookies and Similar Technologies
The cookies used by GESBA do not collect personal information that allows the user to be identified, saving only generic information, namely the form or region/city of access, among other data.
The cookies used on the websites and portals of GESBA are the following:
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Google Play, App Store and other websites managed by third parties may install cookies for content sharing purposes. The number and status of these cookies may depend on how you use the platforms in question before or during a visit to this website. It is useful to check what the cookies management policy of these websites is.
It is also possible to use browser extensions (browser add-ons) to disable the use of some functions. Google offers an extension for Google Analytics that allows you to disable its use. It is available at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/
How to manage Cookies in different browsers:
By default, all cookies are allowed, but you can adjust this setting. Follow these steps: Click the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.
To change your cookie settings, follow these steps:
Disclaimer of Liability
GESBA cannot be held responsible for any losses or damages under civil liability (including, but not limited to, emergent damages, loss of profits and moral damages, caused directly or indirectly), arising as a result of the correct or incorrect use of its services, websites and their respective contents by the user, including undue access to the user’s computer and computer system by third parties.
The information disclosed must be seen as informative.
The services, websites and portals managed by GESBA feature contents and services provided by third parties, who are responsible for updating them. GESBA thus cannot be held responsible with regard to the complete accuracy and updating of any information contained on its websites.
Websites may contain links to sites operated by third parties over which GESBA has no control and for which it assumes no responsibility.
Viewing the legal provisions on this site does not exempt the user from consultation of the legal regulations in force, officially approved and published in the original editions and media (namely, Diário da República or the Official Journal of the European Union).
These Terms and Conditions, which should be read carefully, may be altered, with alterations coming into force from the date of their publication on this site, with express reference to the date of updating.
Applicable Law and Competent Court
These Terms and Conditions shall be governed and interpreted in accordance with Portuguese law. The court of the area of Lisbon has jurisdiction, to the exclusion of any other, to settle any disputes arising from the interpretation and application of these Terms and Conditions.