The personal data collected and processed through this website, the contact forms and / or other services on the genovaguide.com website are as follows:
The processing of personal data is carried out exclusively to fulfill the purposes for which consent to the processing of personal data is required, and in particular, for:
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In the absence of a legitimate reason, Genova Guide is not required to use the personal data of the interested party. Genova Guide encourages anonymous consultation of websites without requests for user identification by surname, first name, e-mail address or other identification data when not necessary and provides the necessary documentation to consult the sites in “incognito”: Anonymous browsing with Chrome | Anonymous browsing with Firefox | Anonymous browsing with Opera
The personal data held by the Genova Guide are collected directly from the interested party. All collected data are treated confidentially and in compliance with current legislation. genovaguide.com undertakes to ensure that personal data will be:
No service on the site is mandatory and the User is free to choose to use the services he prefers most. The reading of this information and the consent to the processing of data are mandatory if the User wishes to use the services for which consent from the User is required. Data processing is necessary to respond to requests received and to contact the sender again; the refusal of consent to the processing of personal data implies a failure to provide the service for which consent is requested. If you wish to use the provision of services it is therefore necessary to give consent to the processing of data; there is mandatory information, marked with a special asterisk or by the writing “required field” or “mandatory field” and optional information, indicated with the appropriate writing “optional field” next to the non-mandatory information. If the interested party does not provide the optional information, no disadvantage is caused during the provision of the services.
The data collected are stored in digital form in the archives of Genova Guide, the data controller and are used exclusively for the provision of the requested service unless other conditions are expressly specified, to which the interested party has given prior consent. In some situations, it is in fact possible that personal data may be used for purposes other than the provision of the requested service, such as use for direct marketing or transmission to commercial partners or companies-daughters as part of the Genoa business. Guides;in these cases it is essential to know that the interested party has an effective possibility to oppose any communication with purposes other than the provision of the service and that the same can be exercised by clicking on a checkbox to confirm or deny his favor to said communication. The sending of e-mails for promotional purposes must also provide for the possibility of exercising the online withdrawal from the address list employed. The right to object to this processing can be exercised at any time online by requesting a request to the owner by registered letter to Genoa (GE) or by e-mail to email@example.com It is also possible that the data, with specific consent, can be used for sending and sending newsletters. The Data Controller guarantees the possibility of a withdrawal from such shipments at any time and will inform the interested parties about this possibility every time a newsletter is sent. the data collected will not be transmitted, communicated or made available to third parties for any reason, with the exception of public authorities in case of priority legal provisions.
The rights listed below are provided for by Article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003
genovaguide.com guarantees any interested person the rights indicated above; The exercise of rights can be carried out through a request addressed to the owner by registered letter to the address Genoa (GE) or e-mail to the address firstname.lastname@example.org When it concerns the exercise of the rights referred to in Article 7, paragraphs 1 and 2, the request can also be formulated orally.