Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy for Zilveti Advogados’ website (zilveti.com.br) is here to protect its users’ safety and privacy while browsing.

  •         Data Controller and Owner

This website and the relative data is controlled by Zilveti Advogados – CNPJ 96.478.466/0001-76 – Av. Angélica, 2.447, 18º Andar – São Paulo – SP – Brazil. The email address for contact is: zilveti@zilveti.com.br.

  •         Terms of Use

Please view our Terms of Use in this link.

  •         Cookie Policy

Our website uses its own cookie policy. To know more about our Cookie Policy, please click here.

  •         Personal data collection and usage

Anonymous collected data

Usage data and cookies are collected my the website users, the stored information basically represent the users’ browser, domain name, internet provider, operating system, date and time of access. This information is anonymous and are only used so that we can analyse our users’ experiences when browsing our website, and apply improvements to their browsing.

Personal information

Our website contains a contact form, in which you can insert personal information such as name, company name, phone number and email address. This information is only requested so that we can reply to your messages. We will not use or collect any other information or for any means unrelated to the response of your message, unless we are specifically authorized to do so.

Content of information sent by email

The content of the information sent by email is retained in our database to be analysed and replied by our team of professionals.

  •         Usage by third parties

Our privacy policy only applies to Zilveti Advogados’ website. We cannot be responsible by the privacy policies or terms of use of any other page or website linked in our website pages, including the social networks through which we promote our own content.

Our policies respect your rights to information, rectification, deletion, restricted processing, portability, objection and access. 

  •          Data Integrity

Collection, storage and processing of data provided to our website

The data processing is performed by computers and/or licensed IT tools, following organizational procedures and means strictly related to the indicated ends. As well as the Data Controller, in some cases, the data can be accessed by persons responsible for running the website (administration, sales, marketing, system legal management) or third parties (subcontractors for technical services, mailmen, hosting providers, IT companies, PR agencies) who are designated, whenever necessary, Data Processors by Zilveti Advogados. The updated list of these parties can by requested by the Data Controller at any time.

Place of data storage

The data is processed in our Data Controller headquarters, and in any other places where the Data Processors are located. For more information, please get in touch with our Data Controller.

Data retention period

The data is kept for the period of 26 (twenty six) months, in order for us to provide the services used by our users or for the other means described in this document, and our users can request the Data Controller to suspend or remove such data at any time.

  •         Changes to this Policy

The Data Controller reserves the right to make changes to this privacy policy at any given time, when our users will be duly notified. It is highly recommended that this page is consulted periodically by our users. Should our users disagree with any of the changes made to the Privacy Policy, he or she must interrupt the usage of the website, and can also request the Data Controller to delete any personal data that may be stored. Unless otherwise agreed on, the current privacy policy applies to all the users’ personal data currently retained by the Data Controller.

  •         Additional Information

European users: this privacy policy complies with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) as well as the obligations set by the Article 10 of the 95/46/CE Directive, and the rules set by the Directive 2002/58/CE and the rules reviewed by the Directive 2009/136 CE regarding Cookies.