On 25 May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016), will be applied, establishing new rules on the protection, treatment and the free movement of personal data of natural persons and which applies directly to all entities that process such data in any Member State of the European Union, in particular Portugal.


OLIJU is the entity responsible for the treatment of your personal data and for ensuring the protection of your privacy, acting in accordance with the law and the new Regulation, determining the means of treatment and the purposes.

The personal data that we have collected were collected during contractual relations.

The data will be processed within the scope of the contractual purpose, for compliance with legal requirements and for marketing purposes (related to our area of ??activity).

We further inform that OLIJU will keep your personal data for the period necessary for the respective purposes.

In the scope of our activity personal data can be communicated to other entities, public or private, always in the strict compliance with legal impositions.

At any time, you have the right to access your personal data, as well as, within the limits of the contract and the Regulation, to change them, oppose their treatment, decide on automated or non-automated processing, withdraw consent and exercise the rights provided by law.

If you withdraw your consent, this does not compromise the lawfulness of the treatment made up to that date and you have the right to be notified, under the terms of the Regulation, if there is a violation of your personal data, and you can make complaints to the authority


Address of the Data Protection Officer: [email protected]


We have adopted the technical and organizational measures necessary to comply with the Regulation, ensuring that the processing of your personal data is in accordance with the law, transparent and limited to authorized purposes. We have taken the steps we deem appropriate to ensure the accuracy, completeness and confidentiality of your personal data, as well as all other rights you may have.





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