On using our services, you understand that we shall collect and use your personal information as established in this Policy, subject to the standards of Data Protection (GDPR).
1. Which data about you do we collect, and for what purpose?
Our site collects and uses some of your personal data, to make it feasible to provide services and enhance the experience of use. The client supplies this data at the moment of purchasing a certain product, to allow the generation of a tax invoice (Nota Fiscal) and to make sure that the delivery of the product by electronic mail is made in an appropriate fashion.
1.1. Personal data supplied by the client
- Name, e-mail, Individual Taxpayer Number (CPF) or Corporate Taxpayer Number (CNPJ), postcode. Purpose: Generation of tax invoice and sending of the digital product to the client by e-mail.
It is based on consent that we handle your personal data. Consent is a way of free expression of will, through which you authorise Simplifying Theory to handle your data.
This means that, in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), your data shall only be collected, treated and stored with prior consent, which shows Simplifying Theory‘s commitment to transparency and good faith towards their users and clients, complying with following relevant legislative provisions and regulations.
At any time and at no cost, you can reverse your consent, by a simple notification by e-mail. This request shall take effect for all actions that are within reach of Simplifying Theory.
It is important to stress that the reversal of your consent for treatment of data may make it impossible for some functions of the site that depend on this operation to operate adequately. Such consequences shall always be informed in advance.
2. What are your Rights?
Simplifying Theory assures that all clients and users shall have their basic rights as set out in the General Data Protection Regulation. This means that you shall be entitled to do the following, with regard to the data collected and stored by Simplifying Theory, at no cost to you:
- Confirm the existence of data treatment, in a simplified manner, or in a complete yet clear format.
- Access personal data, which can be requested as a legible copy in printed form or in electronic form, with security and reliability.
- Correct your data, on requesting the editing, correction, or updating of the said data.
- Limit your data when these are unnecessary, excessive, or treated in n0n-compliance of legislation through anonymisation, blockage, or elimination.
- Request portability of your data, by means of a file data report that Simplifying Theory has about you, if this makes sense.
- Eliminate the data treated with your consent, except in the cases set forth by Law.
- Reverse your consent, denying authorisation for the treatment of your data.
- Be informed about the possibility of not granting your consent, and about the consequences that this denial could have.
3. How can you exercise your client rights?
To exercise your client rights, you should contact Simplifying Theory through the following e-mail:
To make sure that you are correctly identified as the client whose personal data is the object of the request, it is possible that we may request documents or other proof that can prove your identity or information about the purchase made. In this case, we will let you know in advance.
4. How will your data be stored, and for how long?
Data may be excluded from our databases or anonymised, should this be requested by the client. Here we point out that the information passed on to Hotmart is under the responsibility of this latter company and, therefore, the client needs to contact the platform directly, in this case. Non-exclusion shall be enforced in the cases legally mentioned in article 16 of the General Data Protection Regulation, namely:
I – Compliance with legal or regulatory obligations, by the controller;
II – For a study by research institutions, with assured anonymity of personal data whenever possible;
III – Transfer to third parties, provided the requirements for data treatment, as mentioned in this Law, are duly followed; or
IV – the exclusive use of the controller, with third-party access being forbidden, and provided data has been anonymised.
This means that personal information about you, which is essential for carrying out certain legal, judicial and administrative requirements and/or for the exercise of the right to defence in lawsuits and administrative processes, shall be maintained, even though the remaining data is excluded.
The storage of data collected by Simplifying Theory reflects our commitment to security and privacy of your data. We make use of measurements and technical solutions for protection, so we can ensure confidentiality, integrity, and inviolability of data. In addition, we also have security measures, appropriate for the risks, and with controlled access to the stored information.
5. What do we do to keep your data safe?
To keep your personal information safe, we use special electronic and management tools, aimed at the protection of your privacy.
We apply these tools considering the nature of the personal data collected, the context and the purpose of the treatment, and the risks that possible violations would generate for the client’s rights and liberties, with regard to the data as collected and treated.
Among the measures we have adopted, we would like to highlight the following:
- Only authorised persons have access to their personal data
- Access to personal data is only granted when necessary
- Your personal data are stored in a safe and reliable place.
Simplifying Theory agrees to adopt the best postures to avoid security incidents. However, we must point out that no virtual page is entirely risk-free or safe. It is possible that, in spite of all our security protocols, problems that are exclusively the fault of third parties could still occur, including cyber attacks from hackers, or resulting from negligence or carelessness of the user or client.
In case of security incidents that could generate risk or relevant damage to you or to any one of our users or clients, then we shall notify those affected and notify the National Data Protection Authority about what has happened, in compliance with the terms of the General Data Protection Regulation.
6. With whom may my data be shared?
To protect and uphold your privacy, Simplifying Theory shall not share your personal data with any unauthorised third party.
As already informed, your data may be shared with our commercial partner, Hotmart.
They shall receive your data only as much as necessary for provision of the services as contractually agreed, according to the data protection regulations valid in the Brazilian judicial system.
However, our partners have their own Privacy Policies, which could disagree with this one. We recommend the reading of these documents, which you may access here: https://www.hotmart.com/pt-BR/legal/privacy-policy
In addition, there are other cases in which your data may be shared, namely:
I – Legal requirements, formal request, judicial requests or orders, orders by competent administrative or Governmental authorities.
II – Cases of society reshuffles or reorganisations, such as mergers and acquisitions, or takeovers, in an automatic manner
III – Protection of the rights held by Simplifying Theory in any kind of conflict, including those of a judicial ilk.
6.1. International Data Transfer
Some of the third parties with whom we share your data could be based in, or have premises in, foreign countries. When this happens, your data shall be in any case subject to the General Data Protection Regulation and other Brazilian national legislation for data protection
In this regard, Simplifying Theory agrees to always take up efficient standards of cybernetic security and data protection, making best efforts to ensure and carry our legislative demands.
7. Cookies or Browsing Data
At any time, and at no cost, you may change the permissions, and block or even reject the Cookies. However, the revocation of consent for certain Cookies may make the correct operation of some resources of the platform unfeasible.
To manage the cookies on your browser, you can do this directly on the settings of your browser, in the Cookie Management area. You can access tutorials about the issue, by clicking directly on the links below:
If you use Internet Explorer.
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If you use Safari.
If you use Google Chrome.
If you use Microsoft Edge.
If you use Opera.
Possible changes shall take effect on publication on our site.
On using our services and providing your personal data after such changes, you grant your consent to these.
Simplifying Theory establishes the responsibility of the agents who are active in data treatment processes, in compliance with the terms of Articles 42 to 45 of the General Data Protection Regulation.
In addition, we also commit outselves to seeking technical and organisational conditions that are safely able to protect the whole process of data treatment.
If the National Data Protection Authority demands the adoption of certain procedures, with regard to the treatment of data as carried out by Simplifying Theory, we agree to abide by these demands.
9.1 Exemption of Responsibility
As mentioned in Topic 6, even though we have adopted high standards of security to avoid incidents, no virtual page is totally risk-free. In this regard, Simplifying Theory will not take responsibility for:
I – Any consequences arising from negligence, carelessness, or imprudence of users, with regard to their individual data. We only offer guarantees and take responsibility for the security of data treatment processes and compliance with the purposes as described in the present instrument.
Here we point out that the responsibility for the confidentiality of data rests with the user.
II – Malicious acts by third parties, including attacks by hackers, unless there is proven guilt or deliberate action on the part of Simplifying Theory.
We also point out that, in the event of security incidents that could bring risk or relevant damage to you or any one of our users/clients, then we shall notify the parties affected and the authorities about what has happened, and shall take all necessary measures.
III – Cases where there is untruth of information inserted by the user/client on the records necessary to use the services of Simplifying Theory. Any consequences arising from false information or information included in bad faith are the entire responsibility of the user or client.
10. Terms and Conditions
The user who uses this site also declares awareness of, and agreement with, the terms of these Terms and Conditions.