Disclaimer for the English version
This page describes how the present website, a property of Associazione Storia e Regione/Geschichte un Region, handles the processing of personal data of any user (thereafter "the User") who interacts with it, or uses its services.
The present notice regarding the personal data processing is provided in compliance with the EU 679/2016 Regulation - General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), thereafter "Regulation”. It is provided to those who interact with the website (thereafter "Website") located starting at http://geschichteundregion.eu (its homepage). The present information is limited only to the Website, and not for any other website which could be reachable from it using hyperlinks.
The personal data gathered during the navigation, or by submitting forms or email messages (thereafter also "Data") are processed in compliance to Italian and European law, and respecting the rights provided by the law to the Users.
The data Controller
The Controller of the data is Associazione Storia e Regione/Geschichte un Region, headquartered in Via Diaz Str., 8. Bolzano/Bozen. For any further information or inquiry, the User can contact the Controller using the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or the headquarter address.
Purpose of the processing and legal grounds
As a result of the use of this Website, APIs or similar services, the personal data of identified or identifiable persons may be processed. The processing will have the following purposes:
a) enable the navigation of the Website, implement the technical means to make its services available, allow to analyze the number of visitors and how they use it; in such cases, the legal ground for processing it the legitimate interest of the controller to run the website and to protect its rights;
b) communicate the response to any inquiry and/or provide the services requested through the website; in such cases, the legal ground for processing it to to take steps at the request of the User, the execution of a contract to which the User is a Party, or the execution of pre-contractual measures requested by the User, or (where needed) the consent.
c) send to the address provided by the User, periodic communications, about updates regarding the services, promotions or other news from the Controller. This is done only if the User has expressed a specific request and given a specific consent, that will be separately requested; in such cases, the legal ground for processing is the User's consent, but also the legitimate interest of the Controller (as stated in Recital 47 of the Regulation) to make its operations and skills known, without prejudice to all and any of the Rights of the User stated below.
d) comply with the requirements of any law, regulation or European law; in such cases, the legal ground for processing is the fulfillment of a legal obligation which applies to the controller;
Place of processing, categories of recipients and transfer of personal data to a third Country
The processing relative to the services provided by this Website is performed at the establishment of the Controller. The data is processed according to the purposes specified above by personnel, employees and contractors of Associazione Storia e Regione/Geschichte un Region, by which they have been appointed as "responsible of data processing" (incaricato del trattamento) and/or "data processor". The data shall not be made public.
The Data may be communicated and processed by companies and consultants of Associazione Storia e Regione/Geschichte un Region - and/or by their processors - for the purposes of the technical operation and maintenance of the Website and to perform activities instrumental to the contracts or services requested by the User. In any case, such third parties will be acting as autonomous Data Controllers or Data Processors in accordance to the instructions provided by the Controller, and as such they will process - and may communicate the data to further third parties - to pursue the processing purposes stated above.
The Data may be transferred to countries outside of the European Union only for the purposes detailed above, and in compliance with the Regulation (and therefore on the ground of a decision by the European Commission about the adequateness of the protection level offered by the third country, as described in art. 45 and 46 of the Regulation), or (in the absence thereof) when it is (for example) necessary to perform contractual measures between the Controller and the User or pre-contractual measures requested bu the User, or on the ground of a consent by the User (art. 49 of the Regulation).
Types of processed data
During normal operation, the computer systems and the software procedures that govern the functioning of this Website acquire some personal data, the transmission thereof is implicit in the communication protocols of the Internet. This data is not gathered with the intent of being associated to named Users, however its very nature may render an identification possible, through further processing and associations with other data, that may belong to third parties.
This category of data includes the IP addresses or the domain names of the devices used to connect to the Website; the URI addresses of the requested resources, the date and time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the file size of the response, the numeric code or the response from the server (OK, error, etc...), and other parameters that identify the operating system and environment of the User.
This data is used to gather anonymous statistical information about the use of the Website and to assess that it is operating correctly. The navigation Data is deleted after the statistic processing has been completed, and in any case are not saved on the web server for more than 7 days from their acquisition, unless their further conservation is required to prevent illegal activity against the Controller, on the legal ground of legitimate interest of the Controller in case of malicious activity. Navigation Data may be used to assess responsibilities in case of any computer crime.
Data provided voluntarily by the User
In case the User explicitly and voluntarily sends email messages to any of the email addresses indicated on this Website, the sender address and any personal data present in the message will be acquired, in order to respond to the request.
In case a page allows the User to request a specific service, a specific short notice about the relevant data processing may be displayed there.
Is the data required or optional?
Except for what regards navigation data, the User is free to provide the personal data requested in any Form present on this Website - for example to request to be sent a newsletter, a service, or other information or communication or service. The only consequence of a failure to provide the requested data is, that the request may be impossible to fulfill. For completeness we remind you that in some cases (not part of the standard operation of this Website), the Data Protection Authority may send inquiries, in order to enforce control over personal data processing, pursuant to art. 157 of the Codice and art. 58 of the Regulation. In such cases the response is compulsory, and failure to provide it may result in a fine.
Methods of data processing and their conservation
The processing of data will take place in an appropriate manner to ensure security and confidentiality and can be carried out on paper, electronically or with other automatic, computerized, or manual means. All the processing will be carried out in manners that ensure that the data are processed securely, they are always intact and available and are treated in compliance with the principles set out in EU Regulation 679/2016 and for the sole purposes envisaged. Specific security measures are in place to prevent data loss, illicit or incorrect use and unauthorized access.
Personal data is kept for the time strictly necessary for the pursuit of the aforementioned purposes (referred to in the aforementioned letters a, b and d). In relation to the purposes under c), the treatment of the collected contact data will last indefinitely until the newsletter sending service is active, or until the User validly revokes the consent or until they communicate the opposition to further processing for the aforementioned purposes.
Rights of the Users
The User has the rights set forth in articles 7 and subsequent of the Codice and art. 12 and subsequent of the Regulation. In particular, the User has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence (or lack thereof) of data concerning them, and to inquire about the origin, the purposes and methods of treatment, as well as the logic applied in case of treatment with the aid of electronic means, to ask the data Controller (and therefore to each joint Controller) access to the data, to amend or to have it deleted, or to limit the treatment or to oppose to it, as well as being entitled to the portability of electronic data that are subject to automated treatments. Furthermore, they have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
In cases where the legal grounds of the processing is consent, and in case of transfer of data to non-EU countries in the absence of adequacy decision or adequate guarantees, the User has the right to revoke the consent at any time without prejudice to the lawfulness of the treatment based on the consent given before the revocation.
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How cookies are used
We employ cookies for the purposes described in the table below.
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