The Website is NOT intended for navigation or use by persons under 18 years of age.
TYPE OF DATA PROCESSED AND PURPOSE OF PROCESSING
Whenever a user visits the Website, the following information relating to them may be subject to processing:
Limited to the processing operations above mentioned, the Data Controller is also Facebook Ireland Ltd., with a registered office in 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland (EU). This implies, moreover, that liability for any further processing operations carried out after the transmission of such data lies exclusively with Facebook Ireland Ltd., to which the Data Subject may turn to in order to exercise their rights in relation to such processing operations.
These processing operations are carried out in pursuit of the legitimate interest of the Data Controller to promote its services and its commercial image on the aforementioned social network.
Personal Data will be processed mainly by automated means (e.g. management software) and residually by non-automated means (e.g. paper filing systems) chosen in order to ensure the security of the data, by individuals who operate under the direct authority of the Data Controller and who have been properly authorized and instructed in this regard by the latter.
DATA STORAGE PERIOD
Personal data processed for the purposes referred to point A) will be stored for the time necessary to allow navigation of the Website and in any case no further than 7 days from collection, except when a longer storage period is required for purposes of detection of crimes by public authorities or for purposes of exercising or defending a legal claim of the Data Controller.
Personal data processed for the purposes referred to point B) will be stored and processed for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected.
RECIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA AND TRANSFERS TO THIRD COUNTRIES
Personal data relating to the Data Subjects may be disclosed to:
If the conditions established by the GDPR are met, the Data Controller shall enter into specific contracts with those recipients, among those listed above, who receive disclosure of personal data so that they may process them on the Data Controller’s behalf (“Data Processors“), aimed at ensuring that the operations carried out are performed consistently with the instructions given by the latter and that appropriate technical and organisational measures are implemented to safeguard the security of the personal data processed. Disclosure of personal data to these recipients might imply their transfer to countries outside the European Economic Area (“Third Countries“). in such cases, the Data Controller shall provide Data Subjects with supplementary information and shall only transfer personal data to Third Countries whose level of personal data protection has been deemed adequate by the European Commission, or upon providing appropriate safeguards, including recourse to standard contractual clauses.
DATA SUBJECTS’ RIGHTS
At any time, the Data Subject may exercise the rights attributed to him or her by articles 15 et seq. GDPR by reaching out to the Data Controller. Namely the user, as a Data Subject and within the limits established by the GDPR, may exercise the following rights:
These rights may be exercised free of charge, by sending a written request to the Data Controller at the latter’s Contact Details. However, in case manifestly unfounded or excessive requests – in particular because of their repetitive character – are filed, the Data Controller may charge a reasonable fee, taking into account the administrative costs of providing the information or communication or taking the action requested, or refuse to act on the request altogether.
Last amended: 01 September 2021
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