Pursuant to EC regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) and Legislative Decree 101/2018, we declare that the data controller is the operator of this site.
In application of the aforementioned legislative decree, pursuant to art. 13, we inform you that:
The personal data acquired will be used, also with the aid of electronic and / or automated means, exclusively for the performance and management of the activities related to the purposes of this website.
Data processed and purposes
The site www.swiccy.it ("The Site") may register the IP address of visitors in its logs on its servers for security reasons. It can also record data in its database from certain data forms (such as registration or posting forms). Since the site still wants to guarantee the greatest possible security to each user, it is advisable not to use sensitive data (such as name and surname) when possible.
The site uses Matomo service with anonymized IPs for statistical and analytical purposes. The data collected with Matomo is stored locally on the server.
Information on data security and confidentiality
The site undertakes to maintain the maximum confidentiality on the data provided, which may in any case be disclosed to the judicial authorities in the case of offenses. It is therefore advisable to avoid the use of offensive, violent, racist or otherwise inappropriate language in order not to incur any sanctions by the legal bodies.
The site guarantees that the data will be encrypted, when the data itself does not need to be publicly visible (like passwords) but cannot guarantee the encryption of data needed to be published (like the username)
However, the user has the possibility to disable cookies in order not to use the aforementioned services.
The data can be kept for a period of up to 10 years and only for the intended purposes. The site does not use the stored data for marketing purposes and does not sell the data to third parties.
Users are informed that they have the following rights regarding the retention of their personal data:
- Right of access
- Right to erasure (or right to be forgotten)
- Right to limit the processing
- Right to data portability