Travel contract: Privacy Disclaimer
Pursuant to articles 12 and 13 of the General Regulation on the protection of personal data EU 2016/679
Pursuant to articles 12 and 13 of the General Regulation on the protection of personal data EU 2016/679, in relation to the personal data of which the individual company Walk About Italy of Stanghellini Gianni, as better identified in par. 1, will come into possession as part of the tour operator activity provided to you, we inform you of the following:
- Data controller.
The data controller is Gianni Stanghellini (Tax Code: STNGNN69H18I726L) as owner and legal representative of the individual company Walk About Italy of Stanghellini Gianni, (VAT: 01238290520) with registered office in Via Duprè n. 3, 53100 – Siena (SI), which can be contacted by email email@example.com The website of Walk About Italy is: www.walkaboutitaly.com
- Purpose and legal basis of data processing.
The personal data you provide to the Data Controller will be processed for the following purposes:
2.1 Performance of the contract and fulfillment of legal obligations.
The personal data you provide will be processed as part of the activity carried out by the Data Controller and in particular for the purposes related to the performance of the contract signed by you with Walk About Italy, especially for: a) booking, organization and implementation of the tours of your choice, including registration at hotels and restaurants, restaurants, transportation services during tours and guided excursions; b) subscription of a voluntary and / or compulsory insurance policy; c) assistance for any problems that may arise during and inherently to the tour.
Furthermore, the data you provide will be processed for the fulfillment of the legal obligations to which the Data Controller is subject, in compliance with the laws, regulations, national and community regulations.
For the processing of data provided for the purposes referred to in this paragraph, your consent is not required, as the legal basis is the contract you entered into with Walk About Italy and the fulfillment of a legal obligation. However, in the event that the Data Controller will have to process particular categories of data, your explicit consent will be required.
2.2 Marketing and Newsletter Activities.
The data you provide will also be processed by Walk About Italy to be allowed to send you commercial communications relating to updates on the tours carried out, promotions and offers through the e-mail address you have provided to us via the MailChimp platform, social networks such as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.
For the processing of data provided for the purposes referred to in this paragraph, your express consent is required, which constitutes the legal basis for the processing. When sending each email, you will be easily given the opportunity to unsubscribe from the service and end the data processing.
- Providing data.
The personal data processed by the Data Controller for the purposes referred to in paragraph 2 are the following:
3.1 Common personal data
The Data Controller processes the common personal data you provide, such as: name, surname, date and place of birth, tax code, address, telephone number, email and other delivery methods, as well as data relating to the payment and insurance methods.
In addition, the Data Controller may process the data of his or her family members, even minors, in this sense you undertake to indicate to your family members the communication of the data provided.
3.2 Particular data
For the purposes of the execution of the contract, the Data Controller processes particular categories of data provided by you and relating to: the state of health (by way of example and not limited to: disabilities, pathologies and food intolerances which would require special precautions for the purpose of tour organization); ethical, philosophical and religious data (purely by way of example and not limited to: vegan vegetarian food choices, special diets linked to religious cults such as kosher or Islamic cuisine);
- Nature of the Contribution and Refusal.
The data you provide and relating to the “Execution of the contract and fulfillment of legal obligations” referred to in paragraph 2, sub 2.1 is mandatory and failure to provide it makes it impossible for Walk About Italy to manage your reservation and provide you with the chosen service. Any refusal to provide personal data referred to in paragraph 3, sub 3.1 “common personal data” and 3.2 “particular data” makes it impossible to fulfill the activities referred to in point 2, sub 2.1. For common personal data, the legal basis is the contract signed by you and for whose treatment no consent is required; while for the special data you may provide, explicit consent will be required.
- Methods of data processing.
The personal data you provide will be processed in compliance with the principles of lawfulness, correctness, relevance and non-excess, in accordance with the provisions of the personal data protection legislation. The treatment will be carried out by means of paper, IT (including portable devices) and telematic archives, including external ones (purely by way of example and without limitation, the banking platform for making payments for the professional service provided), with methods strictly necessary to meet the purposes indicated in point 2.
- Disclosure of data.
The personal data you provide, for the pursuit of the purposes referred to in paragraph 2, will be known by the Walk About Italy collaborators, who will operate as data controllers.
Furthermore, the Data Controller may communicate the data to subjects external to the Walk About Italy, such as: professionals and consultants in tax, legal and judicial assistance; subjects who provide assistance for the management of the owner’s IT system; any public entity or body for which communication is required by law, also for the purposes envisaged by current anti-money laundering legislation.
- Transfer of data abroad.
The personal data you provide will not be transferred to non-EU countries.
- Profiling and dissemination of data.
The personal data you provide are not subject to disclosure or to any fully automated decision-making process, including profiling.
- Rights of the interested party.
In relation to the treatments described in this statement, as an interested party, you can exercise the following rights: art. 15 (Right of access), art. 16 (Right to rectification), art. 17 (Right to erasure), art. 18 (Right to limitation of treatment), art. 20 (Right to data portability) and art. 21 (Right to object) of EU Regulation 2016/679. As an interested party, you can at any time request access to personal data and the correction or cancellation of the same or limitation of the processing that concerns him or to oppose their treatment, in addition to the right to data portability, by sending written communication to Holder of the treatment.
The interested party may also lodge a complaint with the Guarantor for data protection – www.garanteprivacy.it – or other supervisory authority of the Member State in which he resides or works.
It should be noted that also for the purposes of the anti-money laundering legislation, the data relating to the services falling within the aforementioned legislative discipline will be provided by law kept for 24 months from the completion of the service.
Read and understood the privacy information referred to in Article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679