Hotel Rivoli, Via della Scala 33 - 50123 Florence, Italy- IT04236000487
Information according to of art. 13 of D.Lgs. 196/03
Should you be interested, by crossing the appropriate case at time of booking, you will give your consent to process your personal data for marketing purposes. Lack of consent will not imply any consequences. I give my consent to the data processing for marketing purposes.We wish to inform you that your personal data, collected through registration or reservation, will be used by Hotel Rivoli, in full respect of the fundamental principles of the Italian Law no. 196 of 30 june 2003, “Personal data protection code.”
Personal data processing and relevant purposes:
Your personal data are necessary for the execution of the reservation and they will be processed solely to such a purpose. The data will be stored as long as it is necessary. In case you refuse your consent to process your personal data, Hotel Rivoli will not be able to accept the reservation or provide accomodation.
Subjects to which your personal data can be disclosed:
Your data will be processed by: Hotel Rivoli Register office Via della Scala 33 - 50123 Florence and will be disclosed to : the Controller Hotel Rivoli, the Representatives if named, the data processors of Hotel Rivoli and third parties operating on behalf of Hotel Rivoli. Your data will not be handed over to third parties. They will only be processed in Italy. However they could be deposited elsewhere even abroad (in countries adopting suitable privacy laws), for disaster recovery. Rights as per Art. 7 of the D.Lgs. 196/03
You are entitled to update, modify, cancel your data by connecting to the following link or sending an mail to the person in charge of personal data processing.
Hotel Rivoli registered office: Via della Scala 33 - 50123 Florence Any requests according to art. 7 of D. Lgs. 196/03 shall be addressed to: Hotel Rivoli, Via della Scala 33 - 50123 Florence, Italy to the attention of the person in charge of personal data processing: Chiara Caridi firstname.lastname@example.org Data subject’s consent as per Art. 23 of D.Lgs. 196/03.
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