“BP Security” acknowledges the importance of protecting the privacy of all users of the website, customers and others involved in its services. We provide information about how we collect and use your personal data when you visit our website. We will never sell your data, nor will we allow third parties to have access to it without proper authorization, as we clarify in this policy.
“BP Security” is a Brazilian company registered under Corporate Name Blendpaper Security Papéis Especiais S.A, CNPJ (Corporate Taxpayer Registry) number 02.364.069/0003-91, located at Rodovia da Convenção, 30 – Salto de São José, Salto – SP / ZIP Code 13324-240
In general, we may use your personal data on our website to respond to your searches and requests and to keep you informed about our products and services via SMS, direct mail, and communication applications (such as WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram Messenger), among other resources. We may also use it to analyze the acceptance of our way of doing business so that we can improve our internal processes and our approach to current and potential customers. In addition to that, we may use it for statistical purposes.
When you use our website to access our services, we collect technical access data and information regarding your browsing behavior on the site through cookies (see below). We also collect contact details in case you want to talk to us, attend any of our events or download our digital catalog by filling in name, email, city, state, phone number, and field of work.
Personally identifiable and visitor contact information is used for establishing communication with you, returning your contact and providing our services, for example, by establishing contact between you and one of our specialists sending content about paper offerings and their derivatives. In such case, your authorization may be revoked at any time, upon request.
If you provide your consent, we may also email you about our brands, products, promotions, events, as well as communications on company updates, such as notices to the market and material facts, via email, telephone, SMS or communication applications (such as WhatsApp and Telegram). In such case, your authorization may be revoked at any time, upon request.
Other types of information are automatically collected by simply accessing and using our website, by means of cookies, for purposes related to ensuring security in our connections and information processing for analysis of website usage, so as to improve its attractiveness and ease of use for new users. This includes the collecting of access device characteristics, IP number (with date and time), IP origin, information on clicks, accessed pages, search terms typed on our portals, among others.
We also keep records of every access to the website for a period of 6 (six) months after it occurs, as required by the Marco Civil da Internet, Brazil’s Internet Bill of Rights (Law number. 12,965/2014).
When you access our website, your computer is sent some “cookies”, i.e., text files through which some information is automatically collected and stored by us and by companies we work with. The website uses both its own and third-party cookies to establish and maintain browsing sessions which are discarded at the end of each session. Besides that, cookies are used to analyze your behavior as a user of our website. Thus, we can identify suspicious behavior in order to ensure security, identify links not frequently used, browsing difficulties, and unfriendly functions, among other problems for our customers’ experience on our website. These cookies can last up to two years, as defined by the companies responsible for them. We only have access to de-identified (i.e. anonymized) data, which is sufficient for our analysis.
What data do we collect from our customers?
We collect identification and contact data, directly from our customers or through our vendors, representatives, and partners in order to formalize agreements and fill out purchase-and-sale-related tax registers.
We may also request customers’ income tax returns data to analyze customers’ score and credit history obtained from credit bureals so that we can determine the contractual conditions.
How do we store the personal data we hold?
Your data will be secure on our servers and in the cloud hosting our website operated by companies located in Brazil and duly contracted by us for the operation of private data.
We take all precautions to prevent the loss and leakage of your data and to control access to your private information by the use of technical and managerial measures appropriate to the sensitivity of the information we control.
Who else has access to private data?
We may share website user data with third parties to the extent necessary to achieve the specific purposes of our website. Third parties are the technology companies responsible for the cookies used to analyze website usage and the companies hired to host and manage the website.
Our customers’ data may be shared among the other companies of our economic group in the context of management, carrying out of tasks inherent to our activities, and use of synergies and common systems, as well as with the following third parties, which are always linked to the legitimate purposes of our activity. They are: auditing firms; public authorities and government agencies, for the compliance of legal and regulatory obligations or the defense of our rights; service providers and partners, for the carrying out of outsourced or decentralized administrative activities including systems operation and hosting, applications and database; vendors and representatives, duly approved, involved in the attraction of customers for the sale of paper; and credit bureaus for monitoring and possible debt collection from non-compliance with contracts.
What are your rights with regard to the collection and use of your data?
We guarantee the following rights with respect to the collection and use of customers and users’ private data, in addition to other rights provided for by applicable legislation:
- Confirmation of the existence of private data processing.
- Access to the data held by this company.
- Correction of any incomplete, inaccurate, or outdated data.
- Blocking, deletion, or anonymization of unnecessary, excessive data or data treated in violation of the legislation, as well as opposition to the processing of data in these same situations.
- Portability of your private data to another company, insofar as required by official regulations on the subject.
- When requested, deletion of private data collected with your consent according to applicable legislation.
- Information on the public and private entities with which your data was shared.
- Information on the possibility of not giving your consent and on the consequences of refusals after your data is collected and processed with your consent.
- Revocation of your consent for data collection and processing in these same cases.
Your rights may be exercised by contacting our customer service channels listed below. When we receive a request to exercise any of your rights, we will consider how best to fulfill it, but we may not fulfill your request in whole or fulfill it partially for fair reasons, such as legal or regulatory requirements. If there is no satisfactory response, the law grants you the right to complain to the ANPD – Autoridade Nacional de Proteção de Dados Pessoais. (GDPR Authority).
How may our privacy practices change?
Our privacy and data protection policies and practices are constantly reviewed and updated in order to conform to the highest national and international standards and may be changed at any time. Our policies and privacy notices will be updated on our website to reflect such changes, and the latest versions will be posted on this page.
This policy was last updated on 03/08/2022.
How can you contact us?
Data Protection Officer
Name: Natalia Helena Cinotti Silva
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +55 11 4028-9200