Sweet Sardinia privacy policy.

Customer's personal data are registered by Sweet Sardinia Sas conformably to the Italian Law 675/96, concerning protection of people's privacy and personal data treatment. The personal data necessary for users identification (such as name, address, e-mail, credit card number) will be requested to order a service or a product through our site, while information concerning customers' likings could be requested to supply personal services. These information will be transmitted to companies that supplied this kind of services (booking, touristic products purchase) or to companies that deal with promotional or marketing activities.

Customer's personal data will be treated only for purpose strictly connected with Sweet Sardinia activity, such as:

  1. to stipulate a contract
  2. to supply a personal service to the customer
  3. for services requested by the customer or accomplishing the relevant communications/notices.
  4. for marketing and advertising purposes;

Your data will mainly be handled, for the above indicated purposes, automatically and by computerized information technology, while always observing the rules of confidentiality and security provided for in the law. The data will be handled by employees or professional persons, engaged by Sweet Sardinia Sas, carrying out their work under the direct supervision and responsibility of Sweet Sardinia Sas, via Nuoro, 70 09125 Cagliari.

1)Please also note that, in conformity with Art. 13 of Law 675/96 concerning personal data processing, those who supply personal information for processing have the right:

  1. to ascertain whether personal information regarding themselves is being stored and processed. Your right freely to access the data record for this purpose is guaranteed by Art. 31, paragraph 1, section a) of Law 675/96.
  2. to receive the information specified in Art. 7, paragraph. 4, sections a), b) and h) of Law 675/96.
  3. to receive without delay from the organization legally entitled or legally responsible for processing personal information:

      1) confirmation or otherwise of the existence of personal information regarding yourself, including any information not as yet recorded. You also have the right to receive this information in an accessible and intelligible form, with details of how it was obtained, and how and for what purposes it is being processed. You may repeat your demand for this information, if you have justifiable cause, at intervals of not less than 90 (ninety) days.

      2) the deletion, conversion into anonymous form, or veto on use, of information that has been illegally processed, including information which does not need to be stored for the purposes for which it was originally collected or subsequently processed.

      3) the updating (i.e. amendment or correction) of existing data and, whenever necessary, the addition of new or supplementary data to the record.

      4) an official declaration that the individuals and organizations to whom personal information has been passed on have been informed of both the performance and the content of the operations specified under sections 2) and 3) above, except in cases where this is impossible or would involve an effort demonstrably disproportionate to the need to safeguard the legal right in question.

  4. to object for demonstrably legitimate reasons to the processing, wholly or partly, of personal information regarding themselves, even when this information is being processed for the purposes for which it was originally collected.
  5. to object to the processing, wholly or partly, of personal information regarding themselves for the purposes of commercial intelligence, direct selling (advertising, mailing), market research or e-commerce; and to be informed, by the organization legally entitled to process personal information, and before the information has been passed on to other individuals or organizations, that they are able freely to exercise this right.

2)For each request as in comma 1, letter c), number 1) the party concerned may be required, where there is no confirmation of the existence of data concerning them, to make a contribution to costs no higher than the actual costs involved, according to the stipulated procedures and within the limits established by the regulation as in article 33, comma 3.

3)The rights under paragraph 1 regarding personal data of deceased persons may be exercised by any interested person.

4)In exercising the rights specified under section 1, the individual concerned may delegate written power of attorney or representation to other individuals or organizations. The right of journalists not to divulge their sources of information is safeguarded.

5)The laws on professional confidentiality are not affected as regards journalists, in relation only to their news source.

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