Privacy and Terms


This site is managed by CMAS Systems. Its use is governed by the following Terms and Conditions of Use.

The user of the CMAS Systems (“User”) website acknowledges that by using and browsing this site you are accepting these Terms and Conditions. CMAS Systems reserves the right, at any time, without prior notice and with immediate effect, to change, add, update or partially or totally eliminate these Terms and Conditions. You should periodically check the page of these Terms and Conditions to confirm that any updates or changes have been made. If any part or provision of these Terms and Conditions is not enforceable or conflicts with applicable law, the validity of the remaining parts or provisions shall not be affected.

CMAS Systems, as owner of the site, has the exclusive right to suspend, in whole or in part, access to it at any time, including during management, maintenance, repair or alteration operations and to terminate, temporarily or permanently, partially or totally , at any time, the site or any of the services, without prior notice.

The User acknowledges that the contents of this site are protected by intellectual property rights and it is obliged to respect them. The rights to all graphic elements of the site (texts, images, graphics, sounds, animations and all other information) and the way they are represented on the site, including trademarks, logos, symbols and graphic icons, as well as the organization ( layouts) and the structure of the site are the property of CMAS Systems or have been duly licensed in favor of CMAS Systems. The User is not authorized to transmit, publish, modify, copy, use or distribute, in any form and by any means, texts, images, graphics, sounds, animations and all other information contained in this site, or in part of it, without authorization CMAS Systems in writing.

The use of this site does not necessarily imply the provision of personal data. However, if you wish to request contact requests or other requests through the site, you must indicate your name, e-mail address and telephone number, being treated in the terms defined in the Privacy Policy, also available on this site.

CMAS Systems can not be held responsible for errors that may occur due to irregularities in the support computer system, technical failure (temporary or permanent) of the site, applications or other tools associated with its operation. CMAS Systems can not be held liable for any damages resulting from misuse or inability to use the site.

CMAS Systems may make links to pages of other entities available. CMAS Systems is not responsible for, or interferes in any way with, the content of these sites, or the sites linked to or referred to therein. The use of these Links is, in any circumstance, the full responsibility of the Users.
The creation of Links to the CMAS Systems website always requires prior authorization from CMAS Systems itself.

These Terms and Conditions of use of the site are regulated by Portuguese Law. In order to resolve any and all questions and disputes that may arise, inherent in these Terms and Conditions, the exclusive jurisdiction of the Lisboa District Court, with express waiver of any other.

CMAS Systems guarantees visitors to this site (User) the total respect for their privacy. The visit to this site, by itself, does not imply the registration, automatically, of any personal data that identifies the User. However, the use of certain content or services may imply the availability by the User of some personal data. This Privacy Policy is an integral part of the Terms and Conditions of use of the site and regulates the collection and processing of personal data provided by the User, as well as the exercise of their rights with respect to these data, under the terms of the Personal Data Protection Act in force.

CMAS Systems is the entity responsible for collecting and processing your personal data. The personal data collected will be processed and stored by CMAS Systems, or by entities contracted by CMAS Systems, and will be used to respond to requests made by the User. CMAS Systems assumes that the data collected has been inserted and authorized by the respective owner, and therefore considers them accurate and true.

Under the terms of the Law, the User is guaranteed the right to access, update and rectify his / her personal data, as well as the right to oppose the treatment of such data, by means of communication via e-mail

CMAS Systems may disclose your personal data to third parties provided that you have obtained your consent unequivocally, or when:
– the transmission of data is carried out in the context of compliance with a legal obligation, a decision by the National Data Protection Commission or a court order;
– the communication is carried out to protect the user’s vital interests or any other legitimate purpose provided by law.

CMAS Systems makes every effort to protect the personal data of Users against unauthorized access through the Internet. To this end, it uses security systems and other procedures to ensure the protection of Users’ personal data, as well as to prevent unauthorized access to, improper use, disclosure, loss or destruction. It is, however, your responsibility to ensure and ensure that the computer you are using is properly protected from harmful software and computer viruses. In addition, you should be aware that without the adoption of adequate security measures, the risk of personal data and passwords being accessed by third parties without authorization is increased. However, it should be noted that whenever data collection takes place on open networks, such as the Internet, your data may be unsafe and may be viewed and used by unauthorized third parties.

CMAS Systems reserves the right, at any time, without prior notice and with immediate effect, to change, to add or to revoke, partially or totally, this Privacy Policy. Any changes will be immediately disclosed on this same page online, so the User must regularly check this page to keep updated. If you have any questions or concerns about the procedures of CMAS Systems in relation to the processing of your personal data, you may send us your request for clarification through the email

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