Privacy Policy

1. Introduction

G3Store Surf Center complies with the best practices concerning safety and personal data protection. We have created policies and implemented practices in order to assure full protection of the data shared with us.

2. Scope

This Privacy Policy only applies to the collection and processing of personal data carried out by G3Store Surf Center.

On G3Store Surf Center websites you may find links to other websites, non-related to G3Store Surf Center. Those links are shared in good faith, thus G3Store Surf Center can't be held responsible for the collection and processing of personal data carried out by those websites, and it takes no responsibility for the accuracy, credibility and functionality of those third-party websites.

The sharing of those third-party links doesn't imply the assumption of any sort of responsibility by G3Store Surf, therefore, this Privacy Policy doesn't apply to those websites. G3Store Surf Center strongly advises the reading of Privacy Policies of all websites you visit.

3. What it means Personal Data?

When we address personal data we address all sort of information, no matter the type and source, including sound and image, concerning an identified or identifiable natural person.

Identifiable person means any person who may be directly or indirectly identified, namely by an ID number or by one or more specific elements of its physical, physical, psychological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity.

Within its scope, G3Store Surf Center, merely collects personal data that are willingly given. The data are only used for its intended purpose.

4. Data safety and usage

G3Store Surf Center undertakes not to sell, share or disclose all your personal data to third parties .

G3Store Surf Center assures you that, following the usual procedures for these sort of websites, the proper technical measures were taken to protect your personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction or accidental loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure or access.

Any data base violation attempt will be followed by legal action or criminal complaint, as established by the Data Protection Portugueses Law, which could involve civil and criminal liability.

5. Cookies

5.1 What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that a site, using your browser, places on your computer or mobile device when you visit it. This will help it to recognize your device the next time you will visit it.

We use the term cookies to name all files that collect information as described.

Cookies we use don't collect data that identify the user. Our cookies collect general information, such as the way visitors reach and use our site, or from which country or countries they access our site, for instance.

Cookies only gather information concerning your preferences.

At any moment, using your browser, you may ask to warned about cookies reception as well as block its entrance on the system.

By refusing those site cookies, you may not be able to access certain areas of the site or may not receive personalized information.

5.2 What's the purpose of cookies?

Cookies are used to establish the usefulness, the interest and the number of uses of each site, allowing a faster and more efficient navigation, preventing the need to include the same information repeatedly.

5.3 What kind of cookies do we use?

Our cookies have different functions:

  • Essential Cookies:

    Some cookies are essential to visit some specific areas of our site. They allow navigation and the usage of our applications, such as the access to login secured areas of our site. Without these cookies, we won't be able to provide these services.

  • Analytic Cookies:

    We use these cookies to analyze the way users use our site and to control its performance. This allow us to offer a better user experience by personalizing our offer and by rapidly identifying and correcting any problem that may arise.

    For instance, we use performance cookies to establish which are the most popular pages, which is the most efective mean to link pages or to determine the reason why same pages are receiving error messages. Based on the site's usage, we can also use those cookies to highlight articles or services we believe will be of your interest. Theses cookies are only use for statistic reasons and never for personal information gathering.

  • Functionality Cookies:

    We use this kind of cookies to memorize user preferences. For instance, cookies prevent you to type your username every time you visit our site.

    We also use functionality cookies to offer advanced services such as the ability to post a comment on an article. In short, functionality cookies save user's preferences concerning site's usage, so it won't be necessary to configurate it any time you visit it.

  • Third-party Cookies :

    Necessary to measure the success of third-party applications and advertising.

  • Advertising Cookies:

    Needed to target adds according to each user's interests, allowing to limit the number of visualizations. These cookies help to measure the success of and advertisement. However, they don't identify the user.

Cookies may be:

  • Permanent Cookies:

    They stay on the browser level of your access devices (pc, mobile e tablet) and are used every time users return to the site. Are usually used to drive navigation according to user's interests, allowing us to provide a more personalized service.

  • Session Cookies:

    These are temporary. They stay on your browser for as long as you stay on the site. Information obtained allow us to identify problems and to offer a better navigation experience.

5.4 How to run Cookies?

Every browser allows users to accept, refuse or clear cookies, by selecting the proper definitions of the browser. You may configurate cookies on menu "option" or "preferences" of your browser.

However, by disabling cookies you may prevent some web services to function properly, affecting partially or totally the navigation on the website.