1 – ABOUT THE INFORMATION COLLECTED
The information obtained from users contributes to the continuous improvement and personalization of our site.
Information by e-mail – The emails provided by the users are very important because they allow Napse to keep its users informed, for example of the latest company news. However, users may, at any time, opt-out of receiving further communications from Napse. In this case, Napse will stop sending communications as quickly as possible. For the security and privacy of the user, personal information, such as username and electronic signature, will not be sent by email.
Information from other sources – To improve and supplement the level of personalization of our services, we may receive information about users from other sources such as other Linx Group companies, partners, and other websites, adding it to the information we already have in our records.
2 – USER PRIVACY
The user will provide information that will be accepted and stored by our systems. Among the information that can be provided, could be name, address, and other personal information. It is the user’s decision to provide that information. The veracity and correctness of the information provided are guaranteed by the user since he is responsible for the information. Napse is not responsible for the inaccuracy of the information provided by the user. The user who provides this information can request to consult it and update it when necessary.
As an institutional practice, Napse does not sell, distribute, or make available this information to third parties for any purpose without the user’s authorization to do so.
3 – INFORMATION PROCESSING
Napse will concentrate its efforts on maintaining the accuracy and updating of the information and materials contained in its websites and communications. However, Napse is not responsible for any inaccuracies or omissions of materials and does not take any responsibility for the analysis, decisions, and use that users make of them.
All user information is collected by Naspe by ethical and legal means and stored under strict security and confidentiality standards. Including the time of data transfer.
Users must take protective measures concerning third-party access to their computers and electronic signatures since these are the full responsibility of the user.