In accordance with section 13 of legislative decree no. 196 of 30th June 2003 (“Privacy Code”), the following information describes the way in which URBAN Photo contest processes the personal data of users gathered through its website (the “site”) and through other sources.
The controller of personal data is URBAN Photo contest, with the address at dotART, via del Veltro 30, Trieste, Italy.
Categories and nature of processed data
URBAN Photo contest will process personal data of users gathered through the navaigation and use of its website, as well as data gathered at the moment of registration and at the forwarding of purchase orders, through use of automated electronic system(see “URBAN Photo contest’s Cookies Policy”)
General Use of Personal Data
Personal data can be processed for the following purposes:
a) general use of the personal data necessary for the correct use of the website and strictly connected to it, registration and access to private areas, to the sending of purchase orders and the management of the contractual relationship;
b) responding to specific requests;
c) fulfilling legal obligations;
d) for monitoring and analysing statistics and measurements of customer satisfaction levels, as well as for sending promotional communications and newsletter (via post and phone, email and SMS, or via other automated tools) to contacts released at the moment of completing the online registration form;
Obligatory or optional nature of data gathering and consent refusal consequences
With regard to the purposes referred to in points a), b) and c), consenting URBAN Photo contest the use of your personal data is obligatory, and the related data processing does not require your consent. The refusal to provide data can result in URBAN Photo contest not being able to proceed with a contractual relationship or process purchase orders. The provision of data related to the fields marked as non-obligatory on the registration form is optional.
The provision of data for purposes referred to in points d) and e) is optional, and refusal will not have any adverse consequences.
The contents of the Sales Contract will be archived by URBAN Photo contest and may be sent by email together with the Terms and Conditions of Sales. Details related to more recent orders are available on the Personal Andrea of each customer.
Users are free to cancel their newsletter subscription at any time by clicking on the link “unsubscribe” found in every promotional mail.
Personal Data Processing
Personal data is processed by automated systems, strictly correlated to its final use, for the time necessary to reach the objectives for which the data was collected and in compliance with applicable law. Specific security measures are put in place to prevent loss of data, illegal or incorrect use and unauthorised access. Gathered information is stored safely and securely.
Area of communication of personal data
Personal data will not be diffused and may be be disclosed in Italy or in other EU States for the above mentioned, to third parties which act on behalf of or in the name of URBAN Photo contest, such as those responsible for the delivery of products, credit instinutions, our legal and fiscal consultants, outsourcers, etc.
For the purpose indicated above, data can be viewed by staff employed at URBAN Photo contest or those responsible for data processing.
The person in charge of data processing for URBAN Photo contest is the Sales Manager. An updated list of those responsible for data processing is available from the company’s head office.
We inform you that the Privacy Code entitles you to exercise certain rights.
In particular, at any time, you can attain: a) the confirmation of the existence or non-existence of personal data regarding yourself, even if it not yet registered, and the disclosure of this information in an intelligible form; b) an indication of the origin of personal data, of the purposes and modalities of data processing as well as the method applied in the case of processing carried out with the aid of electronic equipment; c) an indication of the identity of the owner and those in charge as well as the individuals or groups of individuals to whom the information can be disclosed to or whom can become aware of it; d) the update, the rectification, the integration of data, as well as the cancellation, the transformation to an anonymous form or the blocking of processed data in violation of the law, including that information which is not necessary to conserve in relation to the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed; e) The attestation that the operations referred to in d) have been brought to the attention, even in regards to their content, to those to whom the data has been disclosed, except when this proves impossible or involves the use of means manifestly disproportionate to the protected right. The interested party, pursuant to section 7 of the Privacy Code has the right to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data, even if it is relevant to the purpose of gathered data, as well as the processing of personal data with the aim of sending promotional mail or for other purposes for which they have given their consent.
All of these rights can be seen by contacting URBAN Photo contest, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
URBAN Photo contest Cookies Policy
We use anonymous browsing cookies, necessary to allow the user to correctly browse URBAN Photo contest’s website, use all functions and access secure areas.
We use analytical cookies to better understand how our users use the website, to optimise and improve the site, by making it more interesting and relevant for the users.
This information is anonymous, and is used only for statistical purposes.
We use anonymous commercial cookies to show you our advertising on other websites, based on products you have viewed while browsing previously. These cookies are usually inserted by trusted third parties (such as Google through remarketing for display advertising); however, URBAN Photo contest does not permit such companies to collect personal information related to users. This means that anonymity is guaranteed and personal data will not be used by other sites or marketing databases.
How to edit or deactivate cookie preferences:
From the settings of your browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome etc.) you will be able to establish which cookies you want to receive and which ones you don’t. To know where you can find these settings, use the “Help” button on your browser.
Visitors can deactivate Google Analytics for display advertising and personalise Google Display Network adverts by using Settings for ad preferences.
To deactivate third party cookies which allow the personalisation of adverts based on website usage, you can visit the sites www.networkadvertising.org and www.youronlinechoices.com to identify the NAI members (Network Advertising Initiative) which have inserted advertising cookies on your computer.
To take advantage of the behavioural advertising program’s opt-out option of a NAI or IAB member, tick the box corresponding to the company you wish to be excluded.