Cookie Information

One of the policies adopted by the State Government is respect for the confidentiality of your personal information and the privacy of all visitors to our sites. When you browse them, you share a lot of information. This is very important for the services offered to be improved and for you to have a personalized, simple, fast and satisfying experience when interacting with government websites.

For this, we use cookies, which is a technology that allows you to store information identifiers in your browser, shared only between our sites. They are small text files that are saved on your computer or cell phone when you visit us on the internet. The websites store and read cookies on each visit, which allows us to create profiles and browsing patterns.

Some cookies we use are essential for the functioning of our websites. Deactivating it can compromise the quality of the response you expect to get from them, because cookies help you set your privacy preferences, log in or fill out forms. They also assist us in constantly evaluating the performance and design of our sites – they measure which pages are most accessed, track information traffic patterns and reveal how visitors move within a site. Therefore, more than determining the personal identity of those who visit us, cookies contribute so that we can detect trends and offer a Digital Government increasingly in tune with the demands of the citizen.

And this is important: cookies do not transfer viruses or malware to your computer or cell phone. They are absolutely safe and widely used all over the world for the construction of websites of the most different areas and purposes.

However, we know that sharing your data is always a personal choice, which must be respected. Therefore, if you do not agree with the use of cookies, it is possible to disable them in your browser, even if, when you choose to do so, you cannot fully enjoy all the features of some of our sites. If this is your decision, remember that you must configure all browsers on your devices (tablets, smartphones and computers). For each browser, there is a different procedure. Follow the instructions usually found in the “Help”, “Tools” or “Edit” menus. There, there are steps to change your cookie preferences.

We reaffirm that we maintain strict internal control over access to your data and have mechanisms in place to ensure that there is no misuse of your information. And we reinforce our commitment to the security of your privacy, a commitment based on internal ethical standards and specific legislation, which can be consulted on the links below.

Marco Civil da Internet (Law nº 12.965, of April 23, 2014) and its Regulation (Decree nº 8.771, of May 11, 2016)

Consumer Protection Code (Law 8,078, of September 11, 1990)

Civil Code (Law No. 10,406, of January 10, 2020)