Datacom Data Privacy Policy

Law no. 13,709 of 2018 - General Data Protection Law (LGPD) - establishes a series of rules, principles, responsibilities and rights in relation to the protection and security of the processing of personal data provided and held by Datacom.

This Law provides for the processing of personal data, in physical and digital means, by natural or public or private legal persons, with the aim of protecting the fundamental rights of freedom, privacy and the free development of the personality of the natural person. At the same time, for companies, there is more legal certainty, as the law provides the rules and standards to be followed.

We at DATACOM are committed to adapting our business processes, together with our commercial partners, suppliers and customers.

In this way, this portal aims to give visibility and transparency to our data protection compliance process and create an information channel for all interested parties.



The Law protects personal data and sensitive personal data related to identified and identifiable individuals. Data about legal entities, for example, are not within the scope of protection of the LGPD.

All information related to an identified or identifiable natural person constitutes personal data.

For example, it is possible to quote the name, CPF, RG, address, telephone number, e-mail as information that can directly or indirectly identify a person. Whenever information is associated with someone and, as a result, it is possible to identify it, we will be dealing with personal data.



Sensitive personal data is a category of personal data that reveals deeper details of the holder's life.

The LGPD brings a list of what they are: data on racial or ethnic origin, religious conviction, political opinion, union membership or class bodies, organization of a religious, philosophical or political nature, data referring to health or sexual life and data genetic or biometric.



“Data processing” is considered to be any activity that uses personal data in the execution of its operation, such as, for example: collection, production, reception, classification, use, access, reproduction, transmission, distribution, processing, archiving, storage, elimination, evaluation, etc.

Under the LGPD, the processing of personal data is carried out by two processing agents: controller and operator. The controller is the one responsible for decisions regarding the processing of personal data. The operator, on the other hand, is the one who processes personal data on behalf of the controller.

In the context of DATACOM, depending on the process that handles personal data, it will predominantly be controlling. References to single controllership or joint controllership activities (when two agents make joint decisions about treatment) are informed in the policies referring to the process in question.



If you have your data processed by us, you can contact us to obtain more information, resolve doubts and also exercise your rights, by sending a message to the Person in Charge of Personal Data, Ana Paula Wist, at the address