Dear user, with specific reference to the site www.puccinimuseum.org, we point out that most of its pages and/or content are accessible to visitors for consultation without the need of identification. A registration process is however required for a small number of sections (restricted areas). This procedure requires filling in the required fields with personal data. Failure to provide the information requested will not allow access to the restricted area. We may also become aware of your personal data if you decide to pass on such information by sending us e-mail messages.
In the cases listed above we would like to inform you that your personal data, collected through registration in the restricted area (e.g. newsletter) of our website www.puccinimuseum.org and/or in the event of sending messages via e-mail, will be used by the Puccini Museum, in full respect of the fundamental principles detailed in the Legislative Decree N° 196 of 30 June 2003 Code for the protection of personal data.
Processing operations of personal data and related purposes
We wish to inform you that your personal data and any e-mail address that you enter during registration in the restricted area and any other information attributable to you that will be collected after registration (hereinafter: “Personal Data”) will be used for the following purposes: a) activities necessary for the preparation and organization of sending the newsletter; b) the fulfilment of the obligations imposed by laws or regulations; d) sending regular communications relating to initiatives and events organized by the Puccini Museum.
Freedom to grant consent and the consequences of a refusal
The consent to the processing of personal data is needed. The refusal to grant consent does not involve any consequence; it will not be possible, however, to provide you the services referred to above. To achieve the above purposes, your personal data are communicated, transmitted, or at least technically processed, even by third parties, collaborators of the Puccini Museum. Your personal data may also be transmitted to the Judicial Authority and Bodies of supervision and control when provided for by law or regulation or if requested under lawful measures. In all events, your personal data will not be disseminated.
Rights under Art. 7 of Legislative Decree N° 196/03
We remind you that Article. 7 of the Privacy Code provides you with certain rights, including the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of the same data and to know the content and origin, verify its accuracy or request its integration or updating , correction or cancellation for violation of the law. You are entitled to exercise these rights at any time or change the data provided, by writing to the “Service for the Protection of Personal Data” – Fondazione Giacomo Puccini, Via Mura Urbane Baluardo San Colombano – Lucca 55100, Italy, or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
The Owner and Manager of processing is: Fondazione Giacomo Puccini, Via Mura Urbane Baluardo San Colombano – 55100 Lucca, Italy. Each Company Management has also taken steps to appoint a data processing manager. If you want to know this person’s name, we invite you to send an e-mail to this effect to firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to “Service for the Protection of Personal Data, at Fondazione Giacomo Puccini, Via Mura Urbane Baluardo San Colombano – 55100 Lucca, Italy.
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