Privacy Camping Oasi

Data gathering:

The use of the site by visitors implies their full and implicit acceptance and respect of the content of the present page. The site automatically gathers information on access for technical, security and statistical purposes (the information doesn’t allow identification nor can be classified as sensitive data), which is stored electronically and processed exclusively for the purposes afore mentioned.

Sending requests:

We inform you that the personal data you might provide through this site is processed exclusively for handling your request and for the formalities specified by the law in force. Some data, requested through a specific form, is necessary in order to be able to process the request and the formalities specified by law. In this case, we won’t ask for your consent given that the information you will send is part of the cases exonerated by the law according to the article “Art. 24 del D. Lgs 196/2003”. Your eventual refusal to provide such data implies the impossibility for us to follow up on your request.

Data processing owner:

The owner and person in charge of data processing is the legal pro tempore representative of Eurotouring s.r.l. Via Silcia, 36 Partaccia 54100 (MS) Italy

Data Storing:

The information on access to the site and the personal data the users will communicate by filling in the contact form, will be memorized on electronic supports protected by password and will be processed in a totally reserved manner by the Camping which will keep it stored during the strictly necessary time and exclusively for technical and statistical purposes. Neither sensitive nor judicial data are processed on hotel.

Rights of the people concerned:

The people that provided their personal data have the right to obtain at any time the confirmation of their data’s existence or not, to know its content and origin, to check its accuracy, and to ask for its update or correction. The people that provided their personal data even have the right to ask for its cancellation, its transformation into an anonymous form or to block it from being processed when in violation of the law. They can always oppose, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of their data. Requests should be addressed to the person in charge of data processing, at his office.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are downloaded onto the user's device when visiting a website. At every further visit, the cookies are sent again to the website that generated them (first-party cookies) or to another website that recognises them (third-party cookies). Cookies are useful, as they allow a website to recognise the user's device. They have a variety of purposes. For example, they enable efficient surfing between webpages, the bookmarking of favourite pages and generally serve to improve the browser experience. They also ensure that advertising content displayed online is targeted better towards the users and their interests. Depending on their function and purpose, cookies can be subdivided into technical cookies, profiler cookies and third-party cookies. Most websites use cookies. Cookies alone cannot identify a visitor. In general, a cookie contains the name of the originating domain, the age of the cookies themselves and a value, which is generally a clear and randomly generated number.

Cookies

Cookies on our website are strictly necessary to enable you to move around the site or to provide certain basic features.
We do not use session cookies to collect personally identifiable information about you and they do not compromise your privacy.
We do not save, through cookies, any kind of data that may identify our visitors.

Technical cookies:

Technical cookies are those whose use does not require the agreement of the user in accordance with Art. 122 Par. 1 of the Decree-Law No. 196/2003. These technical cookies are important cookies that enable functions without which it would not be possible to use the full scope of the website. Such cookies are only used on this website and are therefore first-party cookies. They are only stored on the computer during the actual browser session by the user. These cookies cannot be deactivated if the functions of the website are being used. Technical cookies also include those with which access to or visits to the website are analysed statistically. They are also called "analytics" and only serve statistical purposes (not marketing purposes or profiling) and gather summarised information, without tracing the identity of the individual user. The session cookies allow the visitor to transfer information from one page of the website to another, so that it does not have to be entered anew each time (e.g. as part of a registration). This enables access to information that the user has entered into the designated area of a website. These cookies can be deactivated and/or deleted through your browser settings.
In general, cookies can be deactivated totally at any time by changing the settings in your browser.

Third-party cookies:

While surfing on this page, the user could also receive cookies on their end device from other websites or web servers (so-called "third-party" cookies). This is because the website may contain elements (e.g. images, maps, sounds or special links to website in other domains) that are on a different server to that of the website visited. In other words: these cookies are placed directly by other website or server providers. These third-parties could theoretically also deposit cookies while you are visiting the website and therefore receive information that you have visited this website.
Third-party cookies can be deactivated totally in your browser by changing the settings.

Managing cookies:

The settings for cookies can be specified and amended using "Settings" on the browser. Choose the browser that you use below for information about how to change your cookie settings.

The deactivation of cookies can influence the functioning of certain parts or features of this website.

List of third-party cookies:

The website may use third-party cookies. A list follows of the possible cookies and the applicable data protection directives.

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