Information on the handling of personal data and on security
VENICEBEACH s.r.l. collects the user's personal data (name, e-mail etc.) and/or demographic information (residence, nationality?.) when the user:
- makes a hotel reservation or requests information
- purchases products found on our site
- sends an e-mail request
- fills out a questionnaire or service request form
- registers to participate in a promotional offer or a contest
VENICEBEACH s.r.l. and its third party collaborators may use this information to retain and manage your enrollment, to participate in anonymous demographic statistic studies, and to pass on information and advertisements that correspond to your interests and your profile. We may use the email and postal addresses provided to contact you and send you important information regarding services or products requested or indicated in your personal profile. With your consent we may also use your address to keep you informed of new opportunities and special offers. VENICEBEACH s.r.l. may not give out your personal data to third parties without your consent when this is not a direct consequence of the service requested.
Credit card information is given to third parties only when necessary to fulfill your request or supply the products specified in your order (for example, to Hotels when a reservation is made)and they are out of VENICEBEACH's providence.
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Links to other sites
VENICEBEACH s.r.l. contains links (connections) to other sites. VENICEBEACH s.r.l. is not responsible for their privacy policies or for how they handle the data that could be furnished. We are in no way responsible for the activity and security regarding these third parties with whom we do not share any private information.
Law 675/96 (Privacy Law)
The customer's personal data is registered with VENICEBEACH s.r.l. in accordance with Article 10 of Italian Law 675/96 for the sole purpose of operating the reservation service or other services requested by the user and to carry out related communication.
Registering incomplete or untruthful data could make reservation service access or other service impossible, when this information is pertinent to carry out the request.
The data can only be sent upon request, for reservation, or to third parties that carry out services on behalf of VENICEBEACH s.r.l..
The customer has all rights outlined in Article 13 of Italian Law 675/96 and therefore can at any time request that his/her personal information be deleted from the VENICEBEACH s.r.l. database by simply sending a specific written request by regular mail or by e-mail.
Owner and manager of the collection, conservation and handling of personal data is VENICEBEACH s.r.l. S.r.l. -Via G. Alessio, 19 - 35100 PADOVA, Italia.
The information contained in these pages is of an informative nature and has no contractual bindings and does not give the user any legal rights toward VENICEBEACH s.r.l. besides what is written in Italian privacy law 675/96.
Privacy Law 675/96
1. Any interested party and anyone submitting personal data must be informed prior to enrollment of: a) why and how the data will be handled; b) if submission of the data is optional or mandatory; c) the consequences of a possible refusal to respond; d) the recipients or recipient categories of the data and how the data is passed on; e) the rights outlined in Article 13; f) the name, the company or business name and the home address, residence or office address of the owner and, if indicated, of the manager.
2. The information in par. 1 may not include elements already mentioned to the person supplying the data and elements that, brought to knowledge, could block the execution of public investigative tasks underway to pursue goals outlined in article 4, par. 1, letter e), and 14, par. 1, letter d).
3. When the personal information is not collected from the interested party itself, the information found in par. 1 is given to the interested party upon data registration or, when communication is anticipated, no later than the first communication.
4. The provision contained in par. 3 is not applied when informing the interested party requires means that the Guarantor declares unproportional regarding protection rights, or when judged impossible by the Guarantor, or in the case that the information is handled because of a legal obligation, regulation, or community norm. The same provision is not applied, likewise, when the information is handled within the undertaking of investigations contained in article 38 of the norms of realization, coordination and temporary laws of the penal code, approved by legislative decree on July 28, 1989, n. 271, and its modifications, to make valid or to defend a right in judicial office, that the information is always treated for the same purpose and for the time period necessary for the carrying out of the task.
Art. 13 Law 675/1996 (Rights of the party concerned)
1)Regarding the handling of personal information, the party concerned has the right to:
a) know, with free access to the registry, that his personal data is being handled, according to art. 31, comma 1, letter (a);
b) be informed on art. 7, comma 4, letter a,b,e,h;
c) obtain from the responsible party without delay:
1)the confirmation of whether personal information regarding him exists or not, even if not yet registered, and the intelligible notice of such information and its origin, and the logic and purpose behind the handling of this information; the request can be repeated, in the absence of justified motives otherwise, in intervals of no less than 90 days;
2)the cancellation, the transformation into anonymous or the blocking of information not handled in accordance with the law, including that not necessary to keep due to the fact that it is no longer pertinent for the reason that it was initially collected;
3)the update or rather adjustment and, in case of interest, the integration of the data.
4)a declaration that the parties who have received some of this personal information have an understanding of numbers 2) and 3) and their content, unless the retrieval of this declaration is an operation requiring an amount to work unproportional to the purpose it serves;
d)to object to , as a whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, the handling of the personal data of the individual in question, even if this is pertinent to the purpose of the collection.
e)to object to, as a whole or in part, the handling of the personal data of the individual in question, foreseen by terms of trade information or of the sending out of advertising material or direct sales for the completion of market research of interactive trade communication and to be informed by the Holder, no further than the moment in which the data is passed on, of the possibility of freely exercising this right.
2)For any request the concerned party makes regarding par. 1 letter c, number 1, if not related to his personal case, the costs to cover the operation can be requested by the Holder at a cost no greater than the actual cost of the operation, according to art. 33 par. 3.
3)The rights referred to in par. 1 concerning the handling of personal data can be exercised by anyone interested when concerning a deceased individual.
4)In the exercising of the rights laid out in par. 1, the subscriber can pass his rights to an individual or an association.
5)Journalists may only cite the source of the information, upholding all rights to secrecy cited in par. 1.