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Arco del Libeccio, 4/A - Loc. Pineta - 33054 Lignano Sabbiadoro (Udine) - тел. +39.0431.422479 - E-mail: info@agenziajupiter.it
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INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA

This privacy statement has been drawn up in accordance with applicable national legislation and the European Privacy Regulation 2016/679, General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which apply to personal data voluntarily, including verbally, provided by Users, directly or through third parties, when browsing the site www.agenziajupiter.it (hereinafter “the Site”).

1. WHO IS THE DATA CONTROLLER?

The data controller is Giovanna Bélanger’s AGENCY JUPITER (hereinafter “the Data Controller”), tax code BLNGNN46R49L050G, VAT number 00228920302, registered office Arco del Libeccio 4/a 33054 Lignano Sabbiaodro (location Pineta), Italy, email: info@agenziajupiter.it, certified email address (PEC) agenziajupiter@pecitaliana.it, tel. +39.0431.422479, fax +39.0431.427921, registered in the Property Agency Register under number 1085, registered in the Economic and Administrative Index (REA) of Udine under number 115031.

2. WHAT KIND OF DATA DO WE USE?

For the purposes of establishing and executing the contract, the Data Controller uses non-sensitive identifiable data provided by Users, such as: name, surname, identity document, tax code, address, email, telephone number.

3. WHY AND ON WHAT LEGAL BASIS ARE DATA COLLECTED?

Personal data provided by Users are collected and processed for the following purposes:

  1. to allow Users to use the services available on the Site (sending inquiries on properties for rent and/or sale, requesting general information, etc.), to collect and confirm the booking of accommodation and additional services, to fulfil the obligation provided by the “Consolidated Law on Public Security” (Article 109 of Royal Decree no. 773 of 18.06.1931), which requires that the personal details of guests be communicated to the Police Headquarters for public security purposes. To comply with current administrative, accounting and tax requirements. The provision of data for the above purposes is mandatory. Such processing is necessary to provide the services requested: if the User refuses to provide the relevant data, they will not be able to use these services.

  2. For sending information (newsletters) and/or advertising material. The following methods can be used: e-mail, SMS text messages, paper mail, telephone calls. In this case, the consent to the processing of personal data is optional and may be given by checking the appropriate box on the Site, at the bottom of the page about “Information Request”. If a User does not give their consent, they will still be able to use the services requested, but they will not receive any information or promotional communication from the Data Controller.

4. HOW ARE DATA PROCESSED?

Data are processed in written form and/or with the help of electronic, computer or telematic tools suitable for storing, managing and transmitting the data according to the methods and with the means appropriate for guaranteeing the security and confidentiality of the data. In particular, all technical, IT, organisational, logistical, behavioural and procedural security measures are adopted in such a way as to guarantee the minimum level of data protection required by law, while granting access only to the persons in charge of the data processing and/or to the appointed data supervisors.


 

5. TO WHOM CAN THE DATA BE DISCLOSED?

The personal data provided by the User for the purposes described in point 3 may be brought to the attention of or communicated to the following categories of recipients:

  • “Persons in charge of the processing” duly appointed by the Data Controller (e.g. employees and/or collaborators) and informed about the obligations provided by the aforementioned Privacy Regulation.

  • “External data supervisors” duly appointed by the Data Controller (e.g. accountant, companies or consultants in charge of installing, maintaining, updating and, in general, managing the information system, other individuals in charge).

The up-to-date list of the persons in charge of the processing and the data supervisors is available at our offices.

6. HOW LONG ARE DATA STORED?

The data are processed for the entire duration of the established contract and stored at the end of the contract, within the limits mentioned above, for the fulfilment of all legal requirements and for the purposes described in paragraph 3. Personal data in paper form are kept for the time provided by law (10 years and even longer if necessary for legal defence and legal reasons).

7. WHERE ARE DATA STORED?

The User's data are stored on servers owned by the persons in charge of the processing, which have been appointed by the Data Controller in writing, and located in the European Union. The Data Controller does not transfer personal data to any countries outside the European Union.

8. WHAT RIGHTS DOES THE USER HAVE?

As the interested party, the User can, at any time, exercise their rights towards the Data Controller, as provided for by Articles from 5 to 22 of the GDPR. Such rights are summarized below:

  • Right to access the data: the data subject has the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data are being processed and to obtain access to the data and to the following information: the purpose of the processing, the categories of persons concerned, the categories of recipients to whom the data are disclosed, the period of data storage, the right to amend the data, to have the data deleted, to restrict or oppose its processing, and the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.

  • Right to amend the data: the data subject has the right to have its inaccurate personal data deleted without unreasonable delay, and to have its incomplete data integrated also by providing a supplementary statement.

  • Right to have the data deleted (“right to be forgotten”): the data subject has the right have their personal data deleted if one of the following reasons applies: the personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed, or the data subject has withdrawn their consent to the processing; the data subject opposes the processing of the data in countries where the data are processed in the legitimate interest of the Data Controller or the personal data have been processed unlawfully. However, the Data Controller is lawfully allowed to store the data if it is necessary for the fulfilment of a legal obligation, or to ascertain, exercise or defend a right in court, or for exercising the right to freedom of expression and information.

  • The right to restrict the processing: the data subject has the right to have the Data Controller restrict the processing in such cases where the correctness of the personal data is disputed – in this case, the processing shall be restricted for the period necessary for the Data Controller to verify the correctness of the data; where the processing is unlawful and the data subject opposes the deletion of their data and requests that the use of their data be restricted; where the personal data are necessary for the data subject to ascertain, exercise or defend their rights in judicial proceedings.

  • Right to data portability: this right does not apply to non-automated processing (therefore it does not apply to paper files or records) and it consists in the right of the data subject to receive their personal data (in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format) already provided to the Data Controller. The data subject has the right to transmit such data to another data controller without hindrance from the Data Controller. The data subject also has the right to have their personal data directly transferred to another data controller by the Data Controller, provided such data transfer is technically feasible.

  • Right to oppose: the data subject may oppose, at any time, the processing of their data, if such processing is aimed at direct marketing activities (including profiling for direct marketing); more generally, the data subject may oppose the processing only on legitimate grounds in the specific cases provided for by Article 6, Paragraph 1, Points e) and f) of the GDPR.

9) HOW CAN THE USER EXERCISE THEIR RIGHTS?

The User can exercise the rights referred to in paragraph 8 by written notice to be sent to the agency by PEC, registered letter with advice of receipt or by hand.

As regards the data provided for by the User, the identification details of the Data Controller are as follows: Ageniza Jupiter di Giovanna Bélanger Arco del Libeccio 4/a 33054 Lignano Sabbiadoro Loc. Pineta (UD), tel.+39.0431.422479 , fax +39.0431.427921, mail: info@agenziajupiter.it, certified mail (PEC) agenziajupiter@pecitaliana.it

The User may also lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority (www.garanteprivacy.it)

10) AMENDMENTS AND REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

This statement may be subject to changes made for regulatory compliance. Users are therefore advised to visit the “Privacy Policy” section of our website www.agenziajupiter.it or to request information from our offices.

USER CONSENT TO THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA

The User acknowledges that they have read the above statement and they give their consent to the processing of personal data for the purposes set forth in point 3 a), as well as for being able to use the services offered by the Site. Consent is given by checking the appropriate box on the page of the Site about “Information Request”.

Agenzia Immobiliare Jupiter - Arco del Libeccio, 4/A | 33054 Loc. Pineta - Lignano Sabbiadoro (Udine)
Номер телефона: +39.0431.422479 - Факс: +39.0431.427921 | E-mail: info@agenziajupiter.it | E-mail: agenziajupiter@pecitaliana.it

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