Privacy Policy

Hotel del Porto wishes to inform you that the D.lgs n. 196 of June 30th 2003 (Code for protection of personal data) foresees the guardianship of personal data of people and other subjects necessary to give you an answer to your information request.

The holder of the treatment wishes to inform you that use of your personal data from his own entrusted personnel will happen according to the finalities mentioned in the present document. The person in charge of the treatment in Francesca Barberi.

The information provided only applies to our web site and does not concern any web sites that may be visited by an user via external links.

The information provided is also based on the guidelines contained in Recommendation no. 2/2001, which was adopted on 17 May 2001 by the European data protection authorities within the Working Party set up under Article 29 of European Directive 95/46/EC in order to lay down minimum requirements for the collection of personal data online – especially with regard to arrangements, timing and contents of the information to be provided by data controllers to users visiting web pages for whatever purpose.

A. Processing of personal data purposes.

The data processing will be carried out through for the following purposes:

1. to consult, to elaborate and consequently to answer to your info request;
2. to comply with the administrative, accounting and fiscal obligations in force;
3. to keep in touch the business relation and even better with the interested people).

B. Data processing mode.

Your personal data will mainly be treated by computer system and they will be preserved both in paper files and in the electronic banking data of our company to carry out to the obligations and finalities at point A of the present informative. The contained data in this automatic system are treated using safety measures to the senses of the art. 31 of the D. Lgs 196/03, to reduce at minimum the destruction or lost risk or non authorized access or not conforming treatment to our requirements.

C. Nature and consequences of refusal to reply.

We still inform you that the data communication is essential but not obligatory and the possible refusal doesn’t have any consequence, but it will just be impossible to reply to your inquiry.

D. Data communication.

The personal information collected for the purposes listed in section A will not be disclosed to third parties without your express consent.

E. Data subjects’ rights.

The person concerned has the right at any moment to get confirmation of the existence of his/her own data and to know content and origin, to verify its exactness or to ask for integration or updating, rectification or cancellation. Besides that the person concerned can practise all rights recognized by the art. 7, D Lgs 196/2003, and particularly he/she can oppose, for legitimate reasons to the same treatment. We include the full text of the above mentioned article 7 here below:

1. The person concerned has the right at any moment to get confirmation of the existence of his/her own data, even if not recorded.

2. The person concerned has the right to get indication of:

a) origin of his/her own data;
b) purpose and mode of the treatment;
c) the logic involved in case of treatment by electronical supports;
d) the personal data of the owner, the person responsible and any other data representative to the sense of the article 5, paragraph 2;
e) any subjects or subjects’ category, to whom the personal data can be informed as designed representatives in the territory.

3. The person concerned has the right to get:

a) updating, rectification or integration of his/her own data;
b) The cancellation, the transformation in anonymous form or data blocking treated in violation of the law, including those for which it’s not necessary the maintenance in relationship to the purposes for which data have been picked and consequently treated.
c) The attestation that operations at point a) and b) have been informed regarding their content to those people, to which all data have been communicated or diffused, except the case in which this fact is impossible or it requires disproportionate means respect to the protected right.

4. the person concerned has the right to oppose:

a) for legitimate motives to the treatment of the personal data that concerne him/her;
b) to the treatment of his/her own personal data for dispatching of advertising material, direct sales, marketing researches or commercial communication.