Busnello e Duro Advogados is concerned with respecting your privacy.

This is why we explain, in a clear and accessible way, how your personal data may be processed, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction; in accordance with the applicable legislation of this matter in Brazil, by Federal Law nº 13.709/2018 (Brazilian General Data Protection Law).

We do not use your personal data

Busnello e Duro does not collect, store, or otherwise process your access data to this page.

We do not know who you are. We do not know if you are reading this on a desktop, notebook, or mobile device. We do not know what other websites you have accessed before you got here, how much battery power is left on your device, or what part of the page you are looking at right now.

…but others might use them!

Our website is set up with your privacy in mind. We do not use ads, and we only link our website to our own profiles in social media. But, due to the nature of the Internet, that does not mean we are in a totally private environment. After all, this connection goes through a worldwide computer network!

As usual, our website is hosted on an external server. This means that when you access our website, you are connecting to a third party’s computers, which keep our page up and running. Our hosting company, Kinghost, may make use of cookies and other means of access control.

Moreover, our webpage also automatically links to our Instagram profile, @busnelloeduro. This means that, by accessing our page, your browser also connects to the Facebook servers, which control Instagram. They use cookies and other means of identifying users.

Finally, due to the nature of the Internet, data travels through many computers to where the page is hosted, and back to your device. After all, there is no cable that goes directly from your modem to our external servers.

Depending on your browser settings, you may be able to exclude or restrict cookies, trackers in general, and data sharing. Therefore, here are some tips to strengthen information security:

For your safety and privacy, we recommend you to:

Check that the website URL starts with “https://”.
That way, you know that you are connecting directly to the servers that host our page.
This ensures that the connection is secure from end-to-end: from your modem to the servers that host our page. Third parties may at most know that your computer is accessing our page, but nothing about what you are doing on it.

Make sure the domain you are accessing is “busnelloeduro.com.br” or “bdaa.com.br”.
These are the only two domain names we use.
If the URL is not one of these, it is likely that you are not connecting with us, but with a third party.

Limit the data your browser shares.
The best way to protect your privacy is to set your devices to only share the information you want.
To do this, choose a good browser (eg, Mozilla Firefox) and take a look at the privacy settings.
Consider using a privacy extension, but be careful to choose a trustworthy one.

And, if you have any questions, please contact us (contato@bdaa.com.br)!
After all, that is exactly what we do! And it will be great to help you.

Intellectual Property Rights Reserved

If you have read our website, you already know: our job is to protect intellectual property. Including our very own.

All intellectual property rights over the content of this website, including copyright, trademarks, designs, colour schemes, layouts, graphics, texts, information, databases and other elements are owned by Busnello e Duro.

Consequently, any full or partial reproduction of the content on this website, without the prior permission, notwithstanding the exceptions provided for in copyright law, constitutes an infringement of intellectual property rights, and may be subject to the applicable legal measures.

If you want to use something on our website, please contact us. We shall be flattered by your recognition, and pleased to discuss a licensing plan.

Last updated: 01/10/2021.