All users can access the Webpage available on https://www.alba.pt under the terms described in this document. If you do not agree to the conditions of use and confidentiality, please do not use this Webpage of any of the resources or services available.
This Webpage, with the address “https://www.alba.pt”, is the property of Projectoalba, Unip. Lda, with head office at 3850-152, Albergaria-A-Velha, Portugal, legal person number 508 834 287.
Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda may request personal information through online forms. The filling of these forms is completely voluntary and may entail the provision of personal data such as your name, address, e-mail or other personal information.
The personal data collected through the Webpage (www.alba.pt) are processed automatically for the purpose of organising and updating the data required for users to receive information on how to stop smoking and activate and subscribe to the services provided by www.alba.pt, always in compliance with the personal data protection legislation. Data processing is the responsibility of Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda .
Data subjects are always granted access to the information collected and have the right to update and correct these data.
Failure to include the personal data protection declaration or any inaccuracy in the data provided can entail the refusal of the intended request.
Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda ensures the confidentiality of all data hosted in their servers, including e-mail message files, in strict compliance with all legal provisions applicable.
All the contents of the aforementioned Webpage, namely information, drawings or brands, were developed by Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda or by entities contracted by the latter.
The contents, products and services featured on this Webpage are protected by exclusive property rights, industrial or intellectual, held by Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda. The copying, reproduction, modification, display, transmission of disclosure of the contents of this Webpage, or of any intangible assets protected by exclusive rights, by any means and for any purposes, are expressly prohibited.
However, visitors and users of this Webpage are allowed to copy part or the entire information contained therein to their devices, provided that the information in question is intended for personal use and not for marketing purposes, and that the user does not delete or modify, by any means, any references to the rights pertaining to the contents or to any entities referred to as holders of exclusive rights.
The sale of products or provision of services to the users of this Webpage does not entail the granting of any intellectual or industrial property rights to the users in question by Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda or by any entity that provides services or products through the Webpage.
The insertion of hyperlinks into this Webpage must not be interpreted as an offer by Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda of the contents, products of services available on the linked webpages, nor shall it be construed as a guarantee by Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda of the quality or accuracy of the information available on the linked websites. By accessing this Webpage, users acknowledge that Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda has no control over the contents, products or services offered by third parties through the hyperlinks inserted into the Webpage and will thus be exclusively responsible by any use of the aforementioned information.
Any information pertaining to the contents or services available on the Webpage may be changed by Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda without prior notice, at any time, should any changes occur to the legal framework, or if such changes are in the interest of Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda, in order to ensure the quality and efficacy of the online services provided.
Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda shall not be responsible for any Internet failures that are not related to the servers and services for which they are directly responsible. However, service interruptions may occur during preservation or maintenance activities, or as a result of changes to the data network.
A cookie is a file installed in your device when you access certain webpages. Cookies allow webpages to track the browsing habits of users or device activity and store this information, amongst other features. Cookies may allow user recognition, based on the data stored.
Types of cookies:
Analytics cookies: cookies used by our website or third parties to quantify the number of visitors to the site and perform statistical analyses of user activity and usage of the services offered. We use these cookies to improve our product and service offer, based on analysis of browsing activity.
Technical cookies: cookies that allow users to navigate within the restricted area and use the services offered by the site, namely to purchase an item.
Personalisation cookies: cookies that offer a personalised experience to users by storing information on a series of general characteristics, based on predefined criteria, namely the user’s preferred language or the browser used to access the service.
Advertising cookies: cookies used by our website or third parties for the purpose of maximising website advertising efficiency, by tailoring ad contents to the type of services offered or usage of our website. We may analyse your browsing activity in order to display adverts that match your browsing profile.
Behavioural advertising cookies: cookies used to maximise the efficiency of the ads inserted by the editor into the webpage, application or platform used to provide the service requested. These cookies collect and store user behaviour information by continuously tracking their browsing habits, in order to identify specific profiles, which are used to display ads that match the interests of users.
Own and third-party cookies
Own cookies are cookies generated by the page accessed by the user, while third-party cookies are generated by external services or providers, such as Facebook, Instagram, Google, etc.
Cookies used on this site:
Cookies that allow users to browse the site and use the options or services available.
Cookies that track browsing activity (e.g. pages visited and eventual errors) and help us identify and solve problems with the site.
All data collected are anonymous and help us understand how the site operates, allowing us to make any improvements needed to facilitate navigation.
These cookies are used for the following purposes:
• Navigation on the website.
• Track website usage, in order to provide us with information on usability and help us implement the improvements required.
The information collected by these cookies will not be used for advertising purposes or to track your preferences (as user data) beyond the specific visit in question.
Google Analytics cookies: analytics cookies used to track and analyse user activity on the sites where they are installed.
The information collected by these cookies is used to quantify the activity of sites, applications or platforms, as well as define user profiles, for the purpose of improving data analysis and user experience.
Google Analytics stores cookie data in servers located in the United States and agrees not to share these data with third parties, unless such disclosure is necessary for system operation or required by law.
The User holds the following rights:
Right of Access: right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not their personal data are being processed, and if so, access to the personal data and certain information.
Right to Rectification: right to obtain the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning the User and to have uncomplete personal data completed.
Right to Erasure: right to obtain the erasure or their personal data without undue delay, unless valid grounds for their retention exist, namely for ensuring compliance with a legal obligation or if a legal claim is ongoing.
Right to Restriction of Processing: right to obtain the restriction of processing of personal data, through the suspension of processing or restriction of the processing scope to certain data categories or processing purposes, as specified in article 18 of the GDPR.
Right to Data Portability: right to receive their personal data, which they have provided in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and right to transmit those data to another controller.
Right to Object: right of the User to object, at any time, to the processing of their personal data, unless processing is required on legitimate grounds, which override the interests, rights and freedoms of the User, or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
The User shall also be allowed to withdraw their consent in connection with all processing operations for which consent is required, without prejudice to the validity of any data processing performed while consent was effective.
Users may exercise their rights by communicating their intent to Projectoalba, Unipessoal Lda, through the following means:
By sending a registered letter to ALBA, 3850-152 Albergaria-A-Velha, or
by e-mail, to email@example.com.
This communication should include the following items:
Name, e-mail and client number, if applicable;
Right to exercise and, in the case of the right to restriction of processing, the reasons why the User believes that their data are unduly processed; and
Postal address, for notification purposes when the request is sent by letter.
We will reply through the means chosen by the User to exercise their rights within a month of the date of reception of the request, with the exception of particularly complex situations, in which case the aforementioned deadline may be extended for a maximum of two months, based on suitable grounds, duly presented by ALBA.