Our Privacy and Cookies policies govern the processing of all personal information provided to us upon accessing the Website of SASUP.
By accessing this Website, you agree to the collection and use of such information, as established in these policies.
SASUP denies any responsibility whatsoever for any direct, indirect, accidental and/or consequential damages resulting from the use or inability to use the material contained on this website.
SASUP guarantees the security of personal data, but cannot guarantee the non-violation of such information.
In general, access to our website is treated anonymously. Several records may be identified, however, none of them will establish, in any way, a direct connection between the computer or other device and the user.
Using SASUP’s services/features requires a user account. Generally, the account is created during the registration process with Academic Management or Human Resources. The account can be allocated to the user by an administrator, or it can be created by the user during the registration process (where applicable).
To ensure the protection of your user account, keep your password confidential at all times. You are responsible for all activities that occur within your user account or that are performed with your user account. SASUP reserves the right to monitor and collect navigation data of authenticated users of the SASUP website.
The collected personal data are explicitly required and are used to manage user records, preferences or requests.
The provided data can also be used to inform the user about new services, new resources, relevant information about SASUP or any other service/entity of the University of Porto.
Under the terms of the applicable legislation, the user has the right to access, rectify, change, delete and object to the collection or processing of personal data – this right can be exercised by contacting SASUP directly.
SASUP’s web pages comply with the National Committee for Data Protection with regards to personal data collection, use and maintenance.
Cookies are small files stored on the user’s computer that identify particular attributes of the user’s computer in our server.