Welcome to the www.albergodagildo.com website owned by Gianmatteo Rizzi.
Gianmatteo Rizzi is particularly attentive to the protection of its users’ personal data and to compliance with the relevant legislation, which in Italy consists in particular of Legislative Decree No. 196/03 “Personal Data Protection Code” and subsequent provisions of the Privacy Guarantor. With particular reference to Provision No 479 of 17.9.2015 “Code of ethics and good conduct for the processing of personal data carried out for the purposes of commercial information” as well as European Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR 2016/679).
The purpose of this document is to explain the company’s procedures adopted regarding the collection, use and disclosure of information that may be collected through this site.
Please read this document in its entirety before using/transmitting information on the site, which is intended only for persons residing in the European Union.
The use of this site is intended for minors under the age of 18. We will not knowingly collect personal data from visitors in this age group through this site. We encourage parents to talk to their children about their use of the Internet and what information their children may disclose to the sites.
Personal data collected through the site
On some pages of the site, you may be asked to provide personal information, such as your first and last name, e-mail, etc., in connection with the provision of specific services (e.g. answering questions, sending information about the company’s products). These pages will indicate which personal data are compulsory and which are optional, as well as the purposes and methods of the processing of the personal data collected that the company intends to carry out.
Passive collection of information
When browsing the site, it is possible that some anonymous information may be collected passively – i.e. without the user having actively provided it – through various technologies such as cookies, Internet identifiers or beacon files, as well as through the collection of browsing data (log files, server logs, customer behaviour analysis). Browsers automatically transmit certain anonymous data to the site, such as the URL or website from which the user came, or the Proto