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5. WHO WE WILL SHARE DATA WITH
CBMM is an economic group that works in partnership with various companies in Brazil and worldwide, whose listing is available here. This way, CBMM may share information collected through its pages or by contacting the Data Subject, in the following cases:
i. With other companies of the CBMM group, incorporated or operating in any country, which undertake to use the information for the same purposes indicated in this Policy.
ii. ii. With partner companies and suppliers, to develop Services offered to Holders.
iii. With authorities, government entities or other third parties, for the protection of CBMM’s interests in any type of conflict, including lawsuits and administrative proceedings.
iv. In case of transactions or corporate changes involving CBMM, in which case the transfer of information will be necessary for the continuity of the Services; or,
v. Upon court orders or requests from government authorities.
Additionally, some of the transfers indicated above may take place outside Brazil, notably to countries where the business group operates. CBMM undertakes to do so only to countries which provide a level of Data Protection compatible with the applicable law provisions or upon the use of guarantees and safeguards, such as specific provisions, standard clauses, global corporate standards, among others; as well as upon the specific consent of Holders or under the other circumstances authorized by law and regulated by the National Personal Data Authority.
6. HOW WE KEEP DATA SECURE
CBMM uses reasonable market and legally required means to preserve the privacy of the Personal Data collected. This way, it adopts various technical and administrative security measures capable of protecting Personal Data from unauthorized access and from accidental or unlawful situations of destruction, loss, alteration, communication or any other form of inappropriate or unlawful processing.
In addition to the technical efforts, CBMM also adopts institutional measures aimed at Personal Data protection, so that it maintains an information security and privacy governance program applied to all its activities and governance structure, which is constantly updated.
Although CBMM makes its greatest efforts to preserve privacy and protect Personal Data of Data Subject, no information transfer is totally secure. Therefore, CBMM cannot fully guarantee that all information it receives and sends will not be subject to unauthorized access perpetrated through methods developed to improperly obtain information.
For this reason, we encourage Holders to take appropriate measures to protect themselves, such as, keeping all access credentials (usernames and passwords) confidential, as such information is personal, non-transferable and of Holders’ sole responsibility.
7. RETENTION OF INFORMATION COLLECTED
In order to protect Holders’ privacy, Personal Data processed by CBMM shall be deleted (i) at the end of the retention period established for the processing of those Personal Data; (ii) when data are no longer useful for the purposes for which they were collected; or (iii) when Holders request their deletion, unless their maintenance is expressly authorized by applicable law or regulation, or when their retention for other purposes is legally required, or to comply with a legal or regulatory obligation, transfer to a third party - provided that Personal Data Processing requirements are met - and for CBMM’s exclusive use, including for the exercise of its rights in lawsuits and administrative proceedings.
In compliance with the applicable regulations, regarding Personal Data Processing, CBMM respects and guarantees Holders the possibility of submitting requests to:
i. i. confirm that their Personal Data were processed;
ii. access to the Personal Data;
iii. editing of incomplete, inaccurate or outdated Personal Data;
iv. anonymize, block or delete Personal Data which are unnecessary, excessive or processed in violation of the law;
v. take their Personal Data to another service or product supplier, upon Holders’ express request;
i. delete any Personal Data processed based on Holders’ consent;
ii. obtain information about the public and private entities with whom CBMM shared their Personal Data;
iii. obtain information about the possibility of denying consent, as well as of the consequences of such denial;
iv. revoke consent;
v. oppose any Processing carried out in the event of waiver of consent, if not in compliance with the law.
These rights may be exercised by sending a request to our Officer through this link, for further evaluation and adoption of other measures by CBMM.
Holders are aware that the exclusion of essential information for the management of their account with CBMM shall imply the termination of their registration, with the consequent cancellation of the Services provided.
CBMM will make every effort to fulfil such requests in the shortest possible time and according to the complexity of each case.
Finally, Holders must be aware that their request may be legally rejected, either for formal reasons (such as the inability to prove their identity) or legal (such as the request to delete Personal Data whose retention by CBMM is authorized by law).
9. APPLICABLE LAW AND VENUE
This Policy shall be governed, interpreted and implemented in accordance with the laws of the República Federativa do Brasil, especially the General Personal Data Protection Law - LGPD (Law no 13.709/2018), notwithstanding any other Laws from other states and countries. Any conflict arising from this document shall be submitted to the courts in Araxá, State of Minas Gerais.
Updated on november 2022.