Privacy Policy International

OUR COMMITMENT

The protection of your personal data is a priority to us, that’s why we will only handle the data that’s strictly necessary to get you a better service, applying the best practices and guaranteeing information transparency in everything related to the security and protection of your personal data.

Whenever your personal data is handled by a third party, we will demand them to show the same level of security and privacy warranties to the security and protection of your personal data.

We want you to trustworthy us and that you feel that your personal data is secure with us, as we will always be committed to protect your privacy.

When in doubt about data handling, we are available to enlighten you.

 

1. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HANDLING MY PERSONAL DATA?

Bright Brands Sportgoods, S.A., (Deeply) headquartered in Rua João Mendonça, n.º 529, 4464-501 – Senhora da Hora, Matosinhos, with NIPC 514 485 680 and share capital of € 934,000.00, is responsible for handling your personal data.

If you need to get in touch with Deeply, you can do so by sending an e-mail to: contact@deeplycom

 

2. HOW DO I CONTACT THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PROTECTING MY DATA?

You can get in touch with the person responsible for protecting your personal data at: dpo@deeply.com

 

3. WHAT PERSONAL DATA DOES Deeply HANDLE?

Deeply will only require your name, email address, address and mobile phone number.

Additionally, you may give your tax number and date of birth to Deeply.

 

4. WHAT DOES Deeply NEED MY PERSONAL DETAILS FOR?

The required information outlined above will be used in order to manage your online account, to send information about our service, to deliver orders and to analyse your customer profile. This analysis is carried out based on your purchase history and browsing data, with the purpose of creating conditions to improve your shopping experience, as well as to optimise Deeply’s product range.

Based on this analysis, Deeply may send you offers, discounts and benefits, both generic and targeted, and other information which may be of interest to you. These offers, promotions or benefits may also be attributed automatically.

If you provide your tax number and date of birth, this data will only be used for invoicing purposes and to improve the profile analysis mentioned above, respectively.

If at whatever moment you would like to stop receiving these emails, you can do so by accessing your personal settings on your online account, or by sending a request to this email address: contact@deeply.com

 

5. WHO DOES Deeply SHARE MY PERSONAL DETAILS WITH?

Deeply only shares data that is strictly necessary to entities whose collaboration is essential to carry out the service requested, as is the case for transporters and financial entities.

 

6. DO YOU WISH TO RECEIVE INFORMATIVE COMMUNICATION FROM Deeply?

If you authorise it, Deeply may send you informative communication, newsletters, information about events and offers, discounts or benefits, both generic and targeted, by text message and/or email.

If at whatever moment you would like to stop receiving these emails, you can do so by accessing your personal settings on your online account, by following the link on Deeply emails, or by sending a request to this email address: contact@deeply.com

If you do not consult Deeply’s newsletters for 5 consecutive years, we will stop sending them.

 

7. HOW LONG DOES Deeply KEEP MY PERSONAL DATA FOR?

Deeply will delete your personal data 5 years after your last login, placed on www.deeply.com, with the exception of transaction data, which Deeply must keep for a period of 10 years, by law.

If you request the deletion of your account, Deeply commits to deleting your personal data within a period of 1 month from the date of the request.

 

8. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS AND HOW CAN YOU EXERCISE THEM?

The data subject has the following rights with regards to data protection: to access, rectify, delete, limit, transfer and oppose their data and the right not to be subject to automated decisions.

To exercise any of the other rights, contact Deeply using the following email address: contact@deeply.com 

The right to access and rectify data can be exercised through the settings in your personal account.

Deeply will proceed to carefully analyse requests, assessing your legitimacy and ownership, committing to responding in a timely manner.

If necessary, the data subject can make a complaint to the National Commission of Data Protection (CNPD).

 

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What kinds of cookies are used on this site?

  • Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that stay in the browser's cookie files until you leave the web page, so there is no record of them on the computer's hard disk. The information these cookies gather is used to analyse site traffic patterns. At the end of the day, this allows us to improve the content and usability of the site.
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OWN COOKIES:
Name Server Expiry Purpose   Excluded from the duty of information and consent?
Our site www.deeply.com   Finalising the session Technical   No
THIRD PARTIES COOKIES
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Facebook Behavioural publicity The cookies and the pixels are used to understand and to show you the most relevant adverts. We also use cookies to see if a person who saw an advert on Facebook then entered the advertiser's page. Likewise, Facebook partners can use a specific cookie to see if Facebook showed an advert and the interconnections between the visitor and the advertiser. Social Plugins can also use cookies to save sessions for security reasons. https://www.facebook.com/about/
privacy/cookies
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answer/2407785?hl=en
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devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
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What does it mean if I don't authorise cookies?

If you prefer not to allow cookies, you can deactivate them in the Internet browser you use, but be aware that it may stop some Web pages from being presented properly.

How do I configure my navigator?

Google Chrome

    1. Click on the icon in the Google Chrome menu.
    2. Select configurations.
    3. At the bottom of the page, click on "Show advanced configurations".
    4. In the "privacy" section, click on Content Configurations.
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Internet Explorer

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      2. Click on the Tools button and then click on Internet Options.
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Firefox

      1. Select Tools > Options and access the Privacy panel.
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If you want to allow sites where you trust the possibility of storing cookies permanently (for instance to automatically authenticate a specific site) press Exceptions, enter the address of the site and press Allow

Safari

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      3. In the upper panel, select the "Security" icon
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Opera

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