This information section describes how this website www.museumladin.it deals with personal data of identified or identifiable users who visit this site or interact with public services accessible on the internet. It provides information conforming to Article 13, Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 (Data Protection Code).
It details in particular the information that Data Controllers are required to provide to users who access a web page, for whatever reason, and states the format and the time-frame for such information to be available. This information relates exclusively to this website: www.museumladin.it. It does not apply to other external web pages which may be accessed via links on the website mentioned.
The Data Controller is the Museum Ladin Ćiastel de Tor with its seat in San Martin de Tor (Italy), Str. Tor 65, ZIP Code 39030.
The South Tyrol Information Technology AG, Siemensstr. 29, 39100 Bolzen carries the responsibility for processing the data.
Data processing site
Data recovered through web-services at this site will be processed at the headquarters of the above agency with special responsibility for this and processing will only be carried out by technicians or by staff delegated to carry out occasional maintenance work. Personal data provided by users will only be utilised to provide the required services in accordance with the expressly stated purpose of the data collection. They will only be transmitted to third parties if the intended purpose demands this.
Type of data processed
The software systems and procedures required for the smooth functioning of this website will log certain personal data which require internet communication protocols before being transferred. The purpose of logging such information is not so that it can be associated with identified persons, even though such data could be exploited by third parties through manipulation and cross-referencing with their own information to identify certain users. Such data might be the IP addresses or the domain names of the particular computers used to access the pertinent websites, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the resources requested, the exact time when the request was made, the method used to transfer the request to the server, the size of the received data file, the numeric code received from the server denoting the status of the response (success, error etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and the configuration of the computer used.
Such data are only logged for the purpose of anonymous statistical data logging on the use of the website and also for checking that the site is running correctly and these will only be kept for the time that this requires. The data may be used in case of a possible attack on our website in order to determine who might be responsible.
Data provided voluntarily by the user
The specific and voluntary transmission of electronic mail to any of the addresses listed on this website entails the logging of the email address of the sender, along with any person-specific data contained within the message, for the purpose of dealing with the query contained in the message. Specific information and the consent to be given are indicated on the web pages relating to the services requested.
Cookies are not used to capture personal data about the users. No cookies are used to transfer personal information nor are there any so-called persistent cookies of any kind, i.e. systems which track users.
The use of so-called session cookies (which are not saved on the user’s computer and are deleted when the browser is closed) is restricted to transferring session identification numbers (consisting of randomly generated numbers) designed to enable safe and efficient navigation within the website.
The use of these so-called session cookies avoids the necessity of using other ICT techniques which could make navigation difficult for visitors. Personal data will in any case not be logged and therefore the individual visitor cannot be identified.
Voluntary submission of data
Apart from the collection of navigation data, no data is collected from the personal data fields provided on the registration form, which the visitor is free to fill in or not, unless the visitor elects to fill these in. If the relevant fields are not filled in, the request may well not be met.
Data processing methods
Any personal data collected will be processed using automated equipment and will only be used for the time and the purposes for which they were gathered in the first place. Special measures will be in place in order to prevent loss of such data, illegal or inappropriate use or non-authorised access.
The rights of the parties involved
Persons who are linked to the data have a right to have the existence or non-existence of that data confirmed at any time, to be made aware of what the data contain and how they were obtained, to check if they reflect the current situation or to request completion, up-dating or correction of the data. (Article 7, Legislative Decree No. 196/2003).
The same article guarantees them the right to request deletion, stripping data of personal detail or blocking illegally processed data, as well as objecting on principle to further processing of their data. For further information, contact the Südtiroler Informatik AG