Informative document according to and in consequence of article 13 of the Italian law enacted June 30, 2003, n.196.
As enacted by Italian law, n. 196, June 30, 2003, we provide you with the information related to the purposes and methods of handling your personal data, as well as the communication and circulation limits of the same, and the nature of the data we own and how it is bestowed.
Purposes of the handling
Your personal data will be used in the replying your information requests. It might be also used in the forwarding of invitations and information related to our events and services.
Methods of the handling
The handling will be managed with the means and information systems at our disposal, which will be adapted to the security measures as enacted by Italian law, n. 196, June 30, 2003; this data will be handled only by persons suitably charged from our company.
Communication and circulation limits of the data we own:
Your data will be kept safely within our company and will be accessed only by those responsible for it. The data will not be communicated to third parties or to external organizations.
Source of the data
Bridge Between came into possession of your personal data as previously made available to us by you, or was found by third parties or in the media.
Nature of the provision
Provision of the data put at our disposal is at your discretion. If you do not wish to receive further communications, then please inform us in writing by sending an email to info (at) bridgebetween.it. If you request the removal of data that we use to send you invitations and information on our events, services and studies, you will lose the opportunities derived from the updating of our future activities. If we do not receive a reply from you on this issue, we might continue to send you communications related to our initiatives.
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Cookies on this website are used in the ways described below.
Session management
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Analytics
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Third party cookies
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