Italian legislative decree no.
196 of June 30, 2003, namely "Code on the protection of personal
information and data", aims at ensuring that treatment of personal
Pursuant to article 13 of the Law we wish to inform
You of the following:
Aims of data collection and treatment
FlorenceWelcome.com collects and treats all the data
provided by You only with a view to performing the required tourist
service You requested directly, through our Internete web sites,
our affiliates or agents.
The data and information collected are used and
kept only for said purposes and in compliance with the principles
and the rules laid down under the privacy regulations.
The data and information provided by You belong
to the group of ordinary data and are different from the sensitive
data for the treatment of which the lawmaker sets specific conditions.
How we collect and treat data
Data will be treated in such a way as to ensure
security and confidentiality. data and information can be treated
through manual, computerized or telematic tools, which are suitable
to treat them in compliance with the security rules envisaged by
the Law and/or internal rules and regulations. In particular, data
and information will be treated by comparing and classifying them,
as well as by drafting lists.
The provision of data is not compulsory for visiting
our web sites but becomes mandatory when you buy or request a service.
However, failure to provide data in order to fill in the so-called
"mandatory parts" makes it impossible to perform the services
The data will be passed on exclusively to the recipients
necessary for the completion of the requested services. The data
will not be used to send unsolicited mail or e-mail out of the messages
directly related to the product or service you have requested.
The following company:
USA WELCOME llc
611 Broadway - Suite 742 - NY 10012
is responsible for data treatment and can be addressed
at [email protected] to exercise the rights envisaged by
article 7 of the Law, which is hereafter fully quoted
Article 7 of the legislative decree 196/2003
– right of access to personal data
1. The person concerned has the right to obtain
confirmation of the existence of personal data and information regarding
him/her – even though not recorded yet – and their disclosure under
an intelligible form.
2. The person concerned is entitled to be informed
a) the origin of personal data and information;
b) data treatment purposes and ways;
c) the logic followed in the event of data treatment being carried
out with electronic tools;
d) the details to identify the owner, the persons in charge and
the representative appointed under article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the people or groups of people to whom personal data and information
can be disclosed or who may come to know them in their capacity
as representative appointed in the State territory or persons in
3. The person concerned has the right to obtain:
a) updating, correction or – where interested in this process –
supplementation of data;
b) cancellation, turning into anonymous data or the block of data
treated by infringing the law, including data and information which
need not be kept in relation to the purposes for which data and
information were collected or subsequently treated;
c) a certificate stating that the operations under sub-paragraphs
a) and b) - including their content – have been communicated to
those to whom data and information were provided or disclosed, except
the case when this proves to be impossible or entails the use of
such an amount of means which is overtly non commensurate with the
right which is protected.
4. The person concerned has to right to wholly
or partially refuse:
a) treatment of personal data and information regarding him/her
for legitimate reasons, even though they are relevant to the aim
b) treatment of personal data regarding him/her for the purposes
of sending advertising material, direct sale or performance of market
studies or commercial communications..
External links outside our web site
FlorenceWelcome.com sites include links to other
sites, and when you choose to visit those sites, we are not responsible
for their privacy policies or how they treat user information. We
are not responsible for the actions and policies of these third
parties, and you should review the privacy policies of these parties
when supplying personally identifiable information to them.