Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy document is intended to inform our clients and users the general rules of privacy and processing of personal data. Data is collected and treated in strict respect for and in compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act.

By providing your personal information, you are authorising us to gather, use and disclose of the same in accordance to the rules here defined.

This Privacy Policy regards the data collected by the company FPLI – Academia Luso Italiana, within the framework of its activity.

We collect the personal data which is strictly necessary for the provision of our services or delivery of goods or that which is legally required within the framework of our activity as a training entity by means of our certification or by imposition of the tax authority.

The personal data collected is intended to manage, administer and provide you with services contents requested. It will also help to better know your preferences and tailor our services to these preferences, as well as being able to offer new services and contents or send you marketing information related to news and promotions regarding our services and contents.

The period of time during which data is stored and maintained varies according to the purpose for which the information is handled.

There are legal requirements that oblige us to save the data for a minimum period of time. So whenever there is no specific legal requirement, the data will be stored and kept only for the minimum period necessary for the purposes that motivated its gathering or subsequent treatment.

In accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act, it is guaranteed to the owner of the data, the right to access, update, rectification or deletion of their personal data via written request addressed to the company.

The personal data provided is subject to confidentiality and will not be transmitted to third parties.


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