1. The protection of privacy and personal data is one of DocTank’s commitments
The protection of privacy and personal data is a fundamental commitment of DocTank, towards the holder of personal data (also, «holder») who uses the website.

With the application of the new General Regulation on Data Protection (GDPR), as of May 25, 2018, DocTank demonstrates that it remains strongly committed and committed to protecting the privacy of the personal data of the respective owner who uses the website. and proceeds, to that extent, to update its Privacy Policy, in accordance with all the principles and rules of data protection that underpin the RGPD.
On this page, we try to explain what personal data we collect, for what purposes we can use it, how we treat it, with whom we share it, for how long we keep it, as well as ways to get in touch with us and exercise your rights.
DocTank suggests and invites you to consult the pages dedicated to privacy and the protection of personal data, updates of which will be made available on the website.

2. General Data Protection Regulation
The GDPR sets out the rules relating to the processing, by a person, a company or an organisation, of personal data relating to persons in the European Union (EU).
The GDPR protects personal data regardless of the technology used to process such data, the protection is neutral in technological terms, and applies to both automated and manual processing, provided that the data is organized according to predefined criteria ( for example, in alphabetical order). It is also irrelevant how the data is stored, in a computer system, through video surveillance, or on paper; in all these cases, personal data are subject to the protection requirements set out in the RGPD.

3. Who is responsible for data processing?
DocTank is the company responsible for processing personal data, within the scope of the GDPR.

4. Data Protection Officer
DocTank has a Data Protection Officer (EPD or Data Protection Officer), who provides information and advises the controller or subcontractor on their obligations in terms of privacy and data protection; controls compliance of data processing with applicable regulations; provides advice, when requested, with regard to the data protection impact assessment and monitors its implementation; it is a point of contact with the holder of personal data to clarify questions regarding the processing of their data by DocTank; and is the point of contact for the supervisory authority (National Data Protection Commission – CNPD) on issues related to processing, cooperating with this entity.
DocTank’s Data Protection Officer can be contacted via email

5. Processing of personal data, scope and amendment of the Privacy Policy
By providing their personal data to DocTank, the holder of personal data consents to their being treated in accordance with this Privacy Policy and with the rules and principles contained in the Terms and Conditions of the website.
This Privacy Policy applies to data that have been directly provided by the respective holder or collected when the holder accesses the website. Therefore, it is warned that the digital platforms and services of have links (hyperlinks) to other digital platforms and refer to third-party content that is not covered by the Privacy Policy of DocTank, so it is advisable that whenever the holder of personal data browses these platforms and informs himself of the content of the respective privacy policies, as well as the applicable terms and conditions.
DocTank reserves the right to change its Privacy Policy, so we advise you to regularly consult this document, as well as the Terms and Conditions of the website. If the Privacy Policy changes, we will place a notice on our digital platforms.

6. What kind of information does DocTank collect?
DocTank only collects personal information. Personal information is voluntarily provided by the holder of personal data upon optional registration. All data collected is processed automatically, and the information collected from the holder of personal data is encrypted and managed with advanced security.

7. What are personal data?
Personal data is information relating to an identified or identifiable person. A person who can be directly or indirectly identified is considered identifiable. Also constituting personal data is the set of distinct information that may lead to the identification of a particular person.
Examples of personal data:
Name and Nickname;
address of a residence;
E-mail address;
Number of an identification card;
Location data (for example, the location data function on a mobile phone);
IP address (internet protocol);
Your phone’s advertising identifier;
Data held by a hospital or doctor that allows a person to be uniquely identified;
Sound or image.

8. Who owns the personal data?
The holder of personal data is the natural person to whom the data relate and who used the website

9. How long does DocTank process and keep your personal data?
DocTank treats and preserves your personal data according to the purposes for which they are treated and only for the period of time necessary to fulfill the purposes that motivated their collection and conservation, and always in accordance with the law, guidelines and regulations. decisions of the CNPD, or, as applicable, until you exercise your right of opposition, right to be forgotten or withdraw consent.
There are situations in which the law determines the retention of data for a minimum period of time, namely: for one year, traffic and location data for the purposes of investigation, detection and prosecution of serious crimes or for 10 years the data necessary for information to the Tax Authority.
After the respective conservation period has elapsed, DocTank will eliminate or anonymize the data whenever they should not be kept for a different purpose that may survive.

10. Rights of the holder of personal data
The holder of personal data has rights to information, access and rectification or erasure of personal data and the right to data portability, the right to limit or oppose the processing of their data, within the scope and under the terms of the RGPD and other applicable legislation. .
The holder may withdraw, at any time, the consent he has given for the processing of his personal data, within the framework of the RGPD. The revocation of consent will not affect the lawfulness of the processing of personal data that has been carried out so far, based on the consent that you have previously provided.
You also have the right to file a complaint regarding the processing of your data addressed to the CNPD.
Exercise your rights through the following contacts:
The response to requests must be provided, without undue delay, within one month of receipt of the request, unless it is a particularly complex request or occurs in exceptional circumstances. That period may be extended by up to two months, where necessary, taking into account the complexity of the request and the number of requests received.
As part of your request, you may be asked to provide proof of your identity in order to ensure that personal data is only shared with the respective holder.

11. Doubts?
If you have any questions about any of the topics covered in this document, please contact us at:

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 27 April 2016, on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of these data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Regulation on Data Protection) (OJ L 119 of 4.5.2016).