In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR), we would like to inform you about how we process the personal data of users who consult the website www.obolodisanpietro.va.
Below you will find information on how we collect, use and transfer your personal data, i.e. any information that can be used to identify or contact you.
1. DATA CONTROLLER
The data controller is the Ufficio Obolo di San Pietro (hereafter referred to as OBOLO) - 00120, Vatican City, tel. +39-06-69884851, fax +39-06-69883954, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
2. LEGITIMACY OF PROCESSING YOUR DATA
The information we collect mostly comes directly from you: information that was provided voluntarily or have been found necessary for the functioning of our services.
OBOLO processes your personal data to perform its role and perform its activities, develop and improve the services offered to users.
The given data will be used exclusively for the purposes listed in point 3, is optional; however, the refusal to provide the data and by not giving consent to the processing of data makes it impossible for OBOLO to provide its service correctly.
3. PURPOSES, TYPES OF DATA PROCESSED AND METHOD OF PROCESSING
All personal data collected will be processed for the realization of the service activities of OBOLO, for the scope of having regular and single donations performed in different ways (credit card, direct bank debit or other) and for the subscription to our Newsletter.
OBOLO will not use the information provided by the data base for purposes other than those explicitly indicated above.
Furthermore, OBOLO will not make automatic decisions based on the information provided.
All personal data collected are processed with automated and manual tools for the time strictly necessary to achieve exclusively the purposes indicated above and in order to guarantee the integrity, confidentiality and security of the persons by the work of staff and collaborators of the OBOLO; or by persons expressly appointed as data processors who act on the basis of specific instructions provided for the purposes and methods of processing.
4. RECIPIENTS OF DATA
Personal data may be communicated to other public and private subjects solely by virtue of laws or regulations, to achieve the purposes listed above in point 3. OBOLO will not even make international data transfers.
5. COOKIES AND OTHER TRACKING SYSTEMS
6. STORAGE AND CUSTODY OF DATA
OBOLO maintains the personal data collected, in an accurate, complete and in an updated manner, as long as these are necessary for the delivery of the services to which the data are linked. We can assure you that all necessary steps have been taken to ensure the security of your personal data once they have been collected, through use of information systems and the limited access to it and the use of protected storage solutions.
7. RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTIES
The subjects to whom the personal data refer in their capacity as Interested Parties, may at any time exercise:
- - the right to access their data; (lets you know what kind of data is used by OBOLO and the characteristics of the processing that is performed)
- - the right to request corrections, deletion, or limitation to processing;
- - the right to object to the processing.
Furthermore, the subject has the right to withdraw/cancel his consent of the data at any time, without however affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the withdrawal/cancellation.
8. EXERCISE OF THE RIGHTS OF THE SUBJECT:
For the exercise of the rights, as per point 7, the interested party may contact OBOLO by sending a registered letter with return receipt to the address: Ufficio Obolo di San Pietro 00120 Vatican City. Or an email with the subject “PERSONAL DATA" to: email@example.com
The request, whatever be the form used for the same, must be accompanied by the name and surname of the person concerned, a photocopy of the Identity Document and an indication of the right that one wants to exercise.
We inform you that we can refuse to respond to requests that we consider to be futile, harmful to the privacy of others, contrary to a legitimate use of data where this is aimed at ensuring the safety of people, environments or goods.