pursuant to art. 13 of EU Regulation no. 679/2016, we want to provide you with a simple and clear information on how we will process the personal data you provide us directly or data that we shall collect through your navigation on our website.
The data controller is Fondazione CEUR
Registered Office: Piazza della Resistenza no. 9
1. WHAT IS THE LIFE CYCLE OF PERSONAL DATA?
PERSONAL DATA SUBJECT TO PROCESSING, PURPOSES AND CONDITIONS FOR LAWFULNESS OF PROCESSING
Which personal data do we process?
Name and surname
Data on the course of studies
Why do we process them (purpose and legal basis)?
Personal data provided by the users are used to:
- reply to requests for information and clarifications on the services of the data processor;
- send proposals for collaboration by the interested parties;
- to book a room
Data processing is based on the consent expressed by the interested party.
What if we cannot process your data?
Refusal to provide data makes it impossible to send contact requests or allow access to the private area.
How long do we process data?
The personal data provided will be retained only for the period necessary to respond to the requests received.
2. WHAT METHODS ARE USED FOR PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING?
Data collected is mainly processed with information technology tools. Appropriate security measures are used to prevent data loss, illegal or improper use and unauthorised access.
The Controller collects personal data through proper contact forms or data sent to the Controller via email.
Personal data are processed within the territory of the European Union.
3. WHO PROCESSES PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data are processed by internal parties authorised for processing and specifically trained, which will in any case be bound to professional secrecy and to maximum confidentiality on the same.
Personal data are processed by professionals in charge of updating and maintenance of the website, formally appointed as data controllers.
4. WHO WILL BE ALLOWED TO KNOW PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data will not be communicated to third parties or disseminated.
5. THE INTERESTED PARTY IS ENTITLED TO ASK THE DATA CONTROLLER:
Access to his/her personal data
The interested party can obtain confirmation that the processing of personal data concerning him/her is in progress, obtaining more information on the processing and a copy of his/her personal data.
The correction of personal data
The interested party can request the correction to ensure the correctness of the personal data processed.
The deletion of personal data
The interested party can obtain the deletion of personal data in the cases referred to in Art. 17 of GDPR.
The restriction of processing of the personal data concerning him/her
The interested party may request that the processing be limited by objecting to the deletion as data may be necessary for him/her to exercise or defend a right through legal action.
With reference to personal data processed using automated methods, the right to data portability.
The interested party has the right to receive personal data in a structured format of common use given the particular nature of the personal data processed and the registration made.
Objecting to the processing of personal data
The interested party has the right to object to direct marketing at any time. This website does not profile users.
The interested party can ask for more information or exercise his/her rights by contacting the Data Controller:
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: +39 051 5287474
The interested party has the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority.
For more information on the right to lodge a complaint, please visit https://goo.gl/GLbTN9