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Privacy Policy


Privacy and Cookies Policy.

YOUNGSOURCE ELECTRONICS LDA is committed to protecting the privacy of its website users. In this sense, we have prepared this Privacy Policy in order to demonstrate our commitment to the principles relating to privacy and protection of personal data that we collect and process, complying with legislation on the protection of personal data. read this Policy to understand and accept the conditions under which your personal data is made available and authorize its collection, processing and disclosure in accordance with the rules established here.


Águeda, March 21, 2022


1. Introductory Note.

This document is intended to inform all users of the YOUNGSOURCE website regarding its privacy policy, establishing the terms of protection of the information collected. By using our website, you must declare that you have read and accepted this policy.


2. Personal Information.

Personal information means information of any nature and medium, including sound and image, relating to an identified or identifiable natural person: a person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identity number of one or more specific elements of the their physical, physiological, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity.


3. Data collection.

As a visitor, there is no need to provide any personal information to use this website. This only collects personally identifiable information that is specifically and voluntarily provided by visitors. When visiting the Uartronica website, you may choose to provide us with personal information, for example, if you decide to fill in a form, you may be asked for confidential information such as your name and contact details (email address, address and telephone number) . In this case, you will have the opportunity to authorize the processing of such data that may be considered sensitive according to the law of your country or region. Please be advised that if you waive this authorization, we will not be able to collect or use this data for any purpose.


If you prefer not to collect any personal information, please do not provide it. The data we collect in the form on our website will be temporarily stored within the European Economic Area ("EEA"). Contact data is only kept on the website until it is collected and subsequently deleted.


4. Type of data collected.

Uartronica may collect the following data: name, e-mail, telephone and IP, only and after the consent of its holder, being processed in accordance with the legislation, namely through storage in a duly protected database, and not being used for other purposes. purposes than those for which the holder's consent was obtained and which are explicit when requesting this data.


Outside the cases provided for by law, the processing of personal data relating to philosophical or political beliefs, party or trade union membership, religious belief, private life and racial or ethnic origin, as well as the processing of data relating to health and sexual life, including data genetics. At no time is confidential data requested or encouraged, however, in accordance with this policy, if you provide it voluntarily, Uartronica will not be responsible for its treatment.


5. Purpose of processing personal data by YOUNGSOURCE.


If you have provided us with your contact information, we may send you information by any means indicated in response to your service requests or questions. This type of communication is necessary to serve you and ensure the high quality of customer service provided by YOUNGSOURCE.



If you provide us with personal information for employment purposes, in particular your CV, we will treat it as confidential and it will only be used in YOUNGSOURCE, to consider your application and contact you with any employment opportunities.


Therefore, with your consent, we will keep your information on file for the period considered reasonable and necessary for the purpose for which it was collected, after which it will be deleted.


6. Responsibility for the processing, control and protection of Personal Data.

Uartronica assumes control and responsibility for the personal information provided, collecting, safeguarding and processing the data, ensuring compliance with the requirements of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC.


We have security devices on our website to prevent unauthorized access to personal information provided by its users. However, as this site is made available over the public Internet, personal information provided by users is collected over an open network and can be accessed by unauthorized third parties in the event of hacking. If you have any questions about the security of our website, you can send an email to .


7. Retention of Personal Data.

Personal data will be kept by YOUNGSOURCE, as long as the relationships between them and their holders continue, or because the purpose for which they were collected continues, in order to allow the identification of the holders, until these relationships have definitively ceased. Therefore, the data storage period varies according to the purpose for which the information is processed, guaranteeing the legal retention period, after which the collected information will be destroyed.


8. Rights of Data Subjects.

The data subject is granted the rights to protection, information (Articles 12, 13 and 14 of the GDPR), access (Article 15 of the GDPR), rectification (Article 16 of the GDPR), elimination of limitation of processing (Article 18 GDPR), portability (Article 20 GDPR), objection (Article 21 GDPR) and automated individual decision-making (Article 22 GDPR) in relation to the personal data concerned at any time. To do this, you must contact the company accordingly, via email at .


9. Children's Privacy.

Children under 16 can browse our website. However, you must not provide us with personal information. The YOUNGSOURCE website is not intended for children under the age of 16 and will not knowingly collect personal information from minors. If we unknowingly suspect that personal information from a visitor under the age of 16 has been collected on our website, we will immediately delete such data from our files.


10. Third Parties.

YOUNGSOURCE, may hire other companies or people to perform functions on its behalf in accordance with this Privacy Policy, such as customer support specialists, email providers, Internet hosting companies, and order processing companies and other services .


Personal information may be accessed by third parties, whenever necessary for the performance of their functions, without prejudice to the prohibition of its use, except on behalf of YOUNGSOURCE and in accordance with this Privacy Policy. All entities involved in the processing of personal data are obliged to comply with applicable data protection laws, particularly with regard to the security and confidentiality of their processing.


11. Information Sharing.

We will not provide your personal information to third parties for use in marketing products or services without your authorization. Additionally, we do not sell or disclose information about visitors to our website except as described in this Privacy Policy.


YOUNGSOURCE ensures that entities that have access to data offer protection guarantees, and that they will never transmit data beyond what is necessary for their purpose.


12. Obligations of entities involved in data processing.

It is the responsibility of each of the entities involved in the processing of personal data to comply with applicable data protection laws, particularly with regard to the security and confidentiality of their processing. In this sense, under the terms of the law, those responsible for processing personal data and all those who, in the exercise of their functions, are aware of them, are bound by professional secrecy.


13. Compliance with Law.

YOUNGSOURCE, may disclose information as necessary to satisfy any applicable law or regulation, legal process or governmental request. Additionally, you may disclose any information as necessary to prevent physical harm or financial loss or in the event of suspected or actual illegal activity.


14. Update of Privacy Policy.

Whenever deemed necessary, Uartronica will review this Privacy Policy, with the review published on this website. We suggest that you check back periodically to stay up to date with how we are protecting your data. The effective date of the Privacy Policy is indicated at the top of the page.


15. Observations.

We strive to ensure that your visit to our website is pleasant and your privacy is respected. We encourage our visitors to review this privacy policy before sharing any personal information. If you have questions, comments or concerns about our privacy practices and policy, please contact us by email using our contact form.



Uartronica's cookie policy has been developed to clarify for visitors to our website how cookies are used and to demonstrate our commitment to protecting the privacy of your data. We do not sell any information collected through cookies.


What are cookies and what are they for?

Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit our website. Each stored cookie is unique and contains anonymous information consisting of an identifier, web page name and an alphanumeric code.



• Ensure a safe browsing experience;

• Personalize the information on the web pages you visit;

• Suggest changing the website language so that they can access content in their native language;


With the help of these cookies, Uartronica aims to improve the experience of website visitors and collect data to continue improving navigation. These cookies are not invasive or harmful and do not contain personal information.


By browsing this website, you agree to the installation of these cookies. However, cookie preferences can be deleted from your browser at any time.


How to manage cookies in your browser?

Managing your cookie choices varies depending on which browser you are using. You can manage your cookie setting by adjusting your settings - see your browser's Help option to find out how to do this.


Most areas of our website work without cookies, however, restricting, blocking or deleting them may cause difficulties in accessing some of our features or receiving personalized information. To ensure the proper functioning of this website, we recommend that you do not disable cookies.


If you refuse to store cookies on your device or delete those stored on your device, you will no longer be able to benefit from a certain set of features necessary to browse the YOUNGSOURCE website. If you choose to disable cookies, YOUNGSOURCE will not assume any responsibility for possible consequences associated with the ineffective functioning of our website.



Depending on the function they fulfill, cookies can be:


1. Function

They allow us to remember user preferences regarding navigation on our website. This way, you don't need to reconfigure and customize with each visit. This type of cookie does not collect information that can be used for marketing purposes.


2. Improvement

These cookies allow us to monitor the performance of our website by analyzing how users use it. Uartronica can quickly identify and correct any problem, providing a continuous high-quality experience with a personalized offer. These cookies never collect information of a personal nature as they are only used for statistical analysis purposes.


3. Personalization

These cookies help to make our content as personalized and attractive as possible for the user. Based on your use of our website, YOUNGSOURCE uses these cookies to identify your preferences and highlight articles or services that we think may be of interest to you.


4. Segmentation

Targeting cookies are intended to allow the user to share preferences on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. They may also send information to other web pages to personalize the advertising displayed.


5. Advertising

We use them to measure the effectiveness of advertising by targeting it according to each user's interests, which allows us to limit the number of views of each ad.


YOUNGSOURCE also uses advertising cookies managed by third parties to promote its content and services. You can refuse advertising cookies managed by third parties by managing cookies in your internet browser.


6. Cookies related to the use of social networks

These cookies are linked to services provided by third parties, such as "Like" or "Share" buttons. They are used to provide sharing services with different social networks.


We recommend that you review the privacy policies of these social networks to learn about the browsing information they may collect through these application buttons and their purposes.


We analyze and collect data that is made available by our users on our social networks according to the forms that we make available during the communication campaigns that each platform offers. This data is processed in accordance with the regulations of each platform and with the user's prior consent.



The possible effects of not allowing the use of cookies may be, among others, the following:


» You will not be able to access the customer area, personal area or any other area that requires confirmation.

» The data needed to analyze the site will not be collected, which prevents the editor from knowing how to improve the site.

» The user cannot share website content on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, among others.

» The user will not be able to comment on the website's blog.

» The user will not be able to use any social networks, they all use cookies to offer their service.

» Third-party advertising cannot be displayed.

» On certain websites, your browsing may be considered spam as it cannot be identified.

" Miscellaneous. This list is merely explanatory and not limiting.


If the user has deleted the cookies and wants to browse this website again, they must accept the cookies again.



At any time, the user can exercise their right to refuse cookies and, consequently, deactivate or delete them, except those strictly necessary for the website to function.


The user can delete and/or block cookies for any browsing activity or for a specific domain. This configuration must be done individually in each browser. If the user deletes or blocks cookies in one browser and not the others on the same device, it will be assumed that the others accept their use. The editor cannot perform this action for the user. It is up to him, the user, to carry out this in a responsible and individualized manner on each browser and/or device he desires.


As each browser has different settings, the user must access the help part of each browser to see the specific case. This section mentions the most common ones, however, depending on updates, the browsers or operating system the user is using may vary. The user must always follow the user manuals for their browser, this guide is indicative only.


• Chrome: Menu - Settings (on Mac: Preferences) - Advanced settings - Privacy - Here the user chooses whether to set cookies or delete existing cookies. For more information, visit Chrome Help.

• Internet Explorer: Tools - Internet Options - Privacy - Privacy - Settings - Advanced Options. Define what you want. For more information, you can visit the browser's own help section

• Firefox: Menu - Preferences - Privacy - Show cookies - configured according to what you want. For more information, you can visit your browser's help section

• Safari: Safari - Preferences - Privacy - Make the desired settings. For more information, visit Apple Help


You can change your cookie settings at any time using the Cookiehub widget that appears on the left-hand side of your browser.



The Editor is not responsible for technical errors that the user may encounter on the website or in their browser due to incorrect handling of the deactivation or deletion of cookies. The user must check the information about its deactivation or deletion in the browser's help section. The user assumes responsibility for deleting or deactivating cookies in their browser and, therefore, assumes any consequences that may result therefrom.


At any time, the user can contact the Editor by email: .


Document updated on 03/21/2022.


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