We at Juventude Privada Project are very cautious about the personal data we use in our activities. In that sense, we have made this document available to explain how we use the personal data of our Users. We emphasize that our objectives are the production and share of knowledge voluntarily for high school youth from the Brazilian public and private education systems, to democratize knowledge around the main issues related to Privacy and Data Protection.
Thus, our website aims to disseminate information about the Project, Privacy, and Data Protection content, service channels for potential partners and sponsorships, applications from new employees voluntarily, and schools that are interested in contributing or participating in the Project.
We recommend that all Users carefully read this document so that they understand transparently and objectively how we use their personal data.
· Cookies: Cookies consist of small files created by websites visited and which are saved on the user's computer through the browser.
· Consent: Freely given, informed and unambiguous expression by which the data subject agrees with the processing of his personal data for a certain purpose.
· Personal Data: Personal data consists of any information that directly or indirectly can identify or make a specific individual identifiable. Examples of direct personal data include information such as ID and examples of personal data that can indirectly make an individual identifiable, such as location and IP address.
· Brazilian General Data Protection Law (BGDPL): Legislation that states the rules for the processing of personal data, online and offline, by natural or legal person under public or private law.
· Data Subject: Individual to whom the personal data referred to in the personal data processing refer.
· Processing: All activity performed with personal data throughout its life cycle, such as those relating to the collection, production, reception, classification, use, access, reproduction, transmission, distribution, processing, archiving, storage, deletion, evaluation or control of information, modification, communication, transfer, dissemination or extraction.
We emphasize that we collect the minimum necessary personal data to perform our activities. We collect personal data from filling out contact forms when our users (i) demonstrate interest on behalf of an educational institution to participate in the project, (ii) contact us to formalize partnership or sponsorship proposals, (iii) apply as potential project collaborators (as volunteer teachers), or (iv) contact us, as provided below:
Also, upon voluntary filling out by the user, we collect personal data - name and e-mail -to forward our newsletter.
Only personal data strictly necessary for the fulfillment of the purposes of processing, and these will be excluded at the User's request or IF applicable in a given context. It should be noted that even if requests for exclusion are addressed, we may preserve the information required to comply with legal and regulatory obligations or for the regular exercise of our rights.
The Project uses social media, specifically Instagram and LinkedIn, to share and communicate its activities.
The User may contact us to request compliance with the rights provided for by the Brazilian General Data Protection Law (BGDPL) through our contact channel provided in item 10. We highlight the rights provided for by the indicated legislation (in particular, art. 18 of BGDPL) which are:
· Right of confirmation and access to personal data;
· Withdraw consent;
· Correction to personal data;
· Exclusion, blocking or anonymization;
· Information regarding sharing with third parties;
· Opposition; and
The Juventude Privada Project may change this document at any time, so it is important to access it periodically. If the update is relevant, we will use the available means to contact our Users to become aware of the changes. To make it easier, we will indicate at the end of the document the date of the last update.