Our Privacy Policy

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About us

Our site’s address: https://quereralem.pt.

What personal data do we gather, and why

Comments

When visitors leave comments on our site, we’ll store the data present in the comment forms, as well as the IP address and user agent of the commenter’s browser, to help us with spam detection.

An anonymous string created from your email address (also known as hash) may be sent to the Gravatar service to verify if you’re using it. Gravatar’s privacy policy can be found here: https://automattic.com/privacy/. After your comment is approved, your profile picture will become visible to the public, attached to your comment.

Multimedia

When uploading pictures into the website, you should avoid using pictures with geotracking data attached to them (EXIF GPS). Visitors may download and extract the geotracking data from your pictures.

Contact Forms

In our contact form we’ll receive your name, email address, and phone number, so we can contact you. This data follows any data protection laws in effect.

Cookies

If you leave us a comment on our website, you can opt to keep your name, email address and website on cookies. This conveniences you, so you don’t have to fill these forms again when leaving another comment. These cookies last for a year.

If you visit our login screen, a temporary cookie will be created to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie contains no personal data and will be eliminated as soon as you close your browser.

When you login, cookies will be configured to keep your session’s information and your screen viewing choices. These login cookies last for a year. If you select “Remember me”, your session will continue for two weeks. By logging off, your login cookies will be removed.

If you edit or publish an article, an additional cookie will be saved to your browser. This cookie does not include personal data and merely identifies the content of the article you just edited. It expires after one day.

Other websites’incorporated content

Articles in this website may contain embedded content (for example, videos, images, articles, etc.) This content, hosted on other sites, behaves just as if it was viewed on those sites.

These sites may collect your data, use cookies, incorporate third party tracking, monitor your interactions with them, including registering your interactions with embedded content if you own an account and are currently logged in to those sites.

Analytics

Who do we share your data with

At Querer Além, we don’t collect any personal data without the express knowledge and consent of our users, nor do we provide that data to third parties. Any data you provide us with will be treated with all guarantees of security and confidenciality provided by the ruling Data Protection Law.

Querer Além uses Google Analytics, which produces statistical reports based on our website’s use, including, among other stats, our number of visitors, the number of pages viewed and the duration of visits.

Personal data will never be transmitted or reported to third parties.

Users can, at any point, request via email (info@quereralem.pt) information regarding their data, and the respective alteration or deletion.

How long is data kept

If you leave us a comment, both the comment and any metadata will be kept indefinitely. This happens so we can recognize and approve any possible future comments, avoiding a moderation queue.

For users that sign up for our website, we’ll keep whatever personal information you provide us with in you user profile. Every user can view, edit, or eliminate their personal information at any moment (with the exception of the username) Website admins can also see and edit that information.

What rights do I have over my data

If you own an account, or have left a comment, you can request an export file with all personal data kept about you, including any personal data you’ve given us. You can also request that we delete any data we have about you. This does not include any personal data we’re forced to keep for administrative, legal or security reasons.