The São Carlos Institute of Physics (IFSC/USP) applies, on the websites hosted at ifsc.usp.br domain, the policy described below, which formalizes our commitments regarding the collection, storage, security and ways of handling your personal data collected when using our websites. We also inform you of your rights as a data holder and how you can exercise them, as provided for in the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados – LGPD (Lei 13.709/2018).
The policy presented on this page applies to websites where maintenance and management is carried out by the TI department from IFSC (Seção Técnica de Informática – ScInfor/IFSC), namely:
The IFSC administrative systems (sistemas.ifsc.usp.br), which are used on the IFSC Intranet, use session cookies for personalized access to the systems. All data, stored in databases used by these systems, are for the exclusive use of the IFSC for the purposes for which they are intended; not being, under any circumstances, made available for any other purposes. Only authorized employees of the TI department from IFSC (ScInfor/IFSC) have access to this data, and only in the assignment of their functions.
Cookies store user navigation information when accessing certain websites. A cookie is information that the website asks your browser to store on your device, allowing the website to record your actions or preferences over time. Most Internet browsers accept cookies; however, users can configure their browsers to refuse certain types of cookies, or even delete cookies they do not want at any time.
On our websites, at ifsc.usp.br domain, we use primary cookies (essential for the correct operation of the website) and some third-party cookies (mainly linked to plugins used). Session and first-party cookies are cookies issued by ifsc.usp.br domain and are generally used to identify language and location preferences and enable basic website functionality. Session cookies are temporary and automatically cleared when you close your browser.
On some of our webpages there are share buttons so that users can share the page’s content on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+. These social networks usually set cookies when this type of functionality is used on the page, and IFSC has no control over the dissemination of these cookies.
|COOKIE ORIGIN||COOKIE NAME||TYPE||USE|
|www.ifsc.usp.br||PHPSESSID||Session||Used for basic user authentication functionality. The cookie is automatically deleted when you close your browser.|
(all sites at ifsc.usp.br)
|_utma||Statistics||We use Google Analytics for all websites at ifsc.usp.br domain, which collects such cookies to count the number of visits, origin of visits, time of visits, counter of views, so that we can measure and improve the performance of our websites.|
|Plugin Share Buttons||_atuvc||Share||Used by the Share Buttons plugin that allows visitors to share content on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ social networks.|
Registration of data during navigation:
When a user accesses the IFSC websites, the following information is recorded (which are common when visiting Internet websites): date and time of access, website pages visited, browser used, IP address from which the visit originated.
Privacy of data collected through online forms:
When a user fills out forms on the website referring to contact forms via email, the following information may be recorded: name of the user informed, email address, message subject and content, IP address of origin.
The data stored by filling out the form will be exclusively used for the purposes expressed in the pages of the respective forms, and under no circumstances will they be made available for any other purposes. All information stored by filling out the form will only be accessed by qualified employees of the TI department from IFSC (ScInfor/IFSC) and only in the assignment of their functions. Regarding the user’s electronic address (e-mail), informed in the forms, IFSC may use it to send messages to contact the user or to send automatic messages referring to the form filled in by the user.
Unsubscribing data requested by users:
If the user wishes to request to unsubscribe their data that may have been collected through forms filled out on our websites, they must contact the team from the TI department from IFSC (ScInfor/IFSC), by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, informing your email and which form was used. Also, through this same e-mail email@example.com, the user can request information about their data that may be stored at IFSC.
If the user receives the newsletter “IFSC Comunicados”, that is because the e-mail is registered in one of the e-mail lists as a professor, employee or student. To request removal of your email from the list, follow the instructions on the page www.ifsc.usp.br/scinfor/inscricao-para-recebimentos-do-comunicados-ifsc.
Updated: August, 23th 2021.