Dear Sir/Madam,

In compliance with the obligations envisaged by Legislative Decree no. 196 /03 we hereby inform you (the Data Subject) that “Nature Invest S.r.l.” (owner of Portofelice Camping Village, Viale dei Fiori 15 – Eraclea Mare), with registered offices in Via Aldo Policek, 10/5-6 – 30016 Jesolo (VE), VAT reg. no. and tax code 02414310272, listed in Venice Register of Companies – Administrative Business Register no. 216084 in its capacity as Data Controller, will handle the personal data that you or others have provided or will provide in the future. The data that you have freely provided will be handled in compliance with applicable regulations; the data will be gathered and registered for the purposes specified in point 1 and stored for the time strictly necessarily for such purposes.

Therefore, in compliance with the provisions of article 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, we hereby inform you that:

  1. The data you provide shall be handled for the following purposes: For the regular performance of the following procedural/institutional activities and/or those envisaged in our company purpose. For requirements relating to the stipulation, performance, subsequent amendment or variation of contracts and for any other obligations envisaged for fulfilment of the same. For operative, organisational, management, financial, insurance and accounting purposes. To comply with the obligation set forth in art. 109 of Regional Decree 773/1931 imposing the registration and notification to local law enforcement authorities of the details of guests and for any other obligation envisaged in EU laws, regulations or standards. For the registration and management of access to the Company’s website, and for video surveillance and company security purposes. For the receipt of any messages or telephone calls for you. For marketing purposes and periodical mailing of price updates and our special deals.
  2. Your data will be handled as described below. Your data will be handled using both printed and electronic, computerised and telematic media suitable for guaranteeing the security and confidentiality of the data in conformity with the provisions of art. 31 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 relating to “minimum security measures for handling personal data”. Handling will be performed by adopting all the technical, computerised, organisational, logistical and procedural safety measures, as envisaged by Attachment B to Legislative Decree 196/2003, in order to guarantee the minimum data protection level envisaged by law. The above handling methods shall guarantee access to the data to the Data Processors and Data Trustees as specified in point 4 only.
  3. Provision of data is Compulsory in order to fulfil the purposes connected to obligations envisaged by EU law, regulations and standards. Necessary for the correct establishment and/or continuation of our relationship with you. Any, albeit legitimate, refusal to provide all or part of the above data may compromise fulfilment of the relationship with our company and, specifically, might make it impossible for us to regularly perform operations forming the subject of the company’s business and therefore provision of the relative services.
  4. The subject or categories of subject that might become privy to the data or to which they might be transmitted are the following (for a full list please refer to the “Programmatical Security Document”.): In-house Processor: Cabrelle Maurizio. In-house trustees Management – Administration Dept. – Reception Office – Information office – Cash Desk – Booking office. External Trustees: Consultants, freelance professionals, external staff and technicians, agents and representatives and/or any other subjects as specified in the “Programmatical Security Document”. External Processors: Consultancy firms, freelance professionals’ associations and offices, agency offices, banking and insurance institutes, credit recovery firms, legal offices, accountants and employment consultants, auditing forms Italian and foreign suppliers, transport and logistics companies.
  5. The data may also be disseminated, but only in an anonymous and collective form for statistical purposes.
  6. Should handling also involve personal data considered as being “sensitive” (namely such as to reveal your racial and ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other convictions, political opinion, membership of parties, trade unions, associations or religious, philosophical, political or trade union organisations, and data revealing your state of health and sexual habits) or “legal” data, handling will be performed within the limits set forth in the Privacy Guarantor’s General Authorisations, as envisaged in Legislative Decree 196/2003 and for the purposes strictly connected to the regular performance of company business, transactions relating to the provision of services and fulfilment of contractual and or legal or regulatory obligations. The subject or categories of subject that might become privy to your sensitive data or to which they might be transmitted are the following (for a full list please refer to the “Programmatical Security Document”.): In-house Processor: Cabrelle Maurizio. In-house trustees Management – Administration Dept. – Reception Office – Information office – Cash Desk – Booking office. External trustees: Consultants, freelance professionals, external staff and technicians and/or any other subjects as specified in the “Programmatical Security Document”. External Processors: Consultancy firms, medical practices, specialised medical centres, hospitals and healthcare institutions, insurance companies, public administration, legal offices, accountants’ offices and employment consultants. The data in question will not be disclosed to other subjects apart from those envisaged in this information notice and/or specified in the “Programmatical Security Document”. Data regarding the Data Subject’s health shall not be disclosed under any circumstances.
  7. The data may be disclosed to the third parties mentioned in points 4 and 6 in other EU or external companies as envisaged by Legislative Decree 196/2003, according to the purposes mentioned in point 1 and the methods set forth in point 2.
  8. You may ask the In-house Processor for a copy of the updated list with the details of all Data Processors at any time, and it will be provided immediately.
  9. You are entitled to exercise your rights concerning the Data Controller pursuant to article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 at any time.

 

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