Terms and Conditions
Every artistic creator whose work is based in Macau and wishes to promote it through CCI may apply for membership.
- Applicants for membership must provide to CCI:
- their name, education degrees, occupation, a short biography, email address and telephone number.
- Applicant must be able to prove their identity and resident status when asked by CCI.
- The personal data mentioned in 1. a) will be used by CCI to identify the applicant/member, to promote his work, to send him newsletters and information about CCI’s activities (exhibitions, seminars, etc).
- Furthermore, the short biography of a member will be displayed in CCI’s website jointly with files and images of his work.
- The personal data of applicants whose membership is rejected will be destroyed immediately.
- In accordance with Law 8/2005, every applicant/member has the right to access his personal data held by CCI, the right to correct and update it, the right to know how his data have been used by CCI, the right to oppose a particular use of the data and the right to demand its destruction. For the purpose, requests may be presented personally or sent to email@example.com.
- Every time you visit our website the information automatically recorded by the Internet Service Provider or by your computer system includes the network address of the computer you are using (IP address), browsed pages, date and time of browsing, browser type, etc. Whenever illegal activities are involved, such as attacks on our website, we may provide relevant records to law enforcement agencies.
- This website uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to ensure the confidentiality and security of personal data transmission over the public network.
- While exchanging e-mails with us in the open network there is a risk of the information, including the personal data, being seen or used by unauthorized third parties. Therefore, please ensure that your computer and browser are working under a secure network. We shall not be responsible for any loss or damage resulting from this risk.
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