Privacy policy

Privacy Policy pursuant to articles 13–14 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Personal data shared here are handled by the site owner, Notary Alberto Vladimiro Capasso – Via Crescenzio 2 – 00193 Rome (RM) – +39063213642, acting as the Data Controller for the purposes related to providing requested services (by way of example: request information, site registration to receive benefits and offers, obtain quotes, make payments, purchase goods and receive them at an address indicated by you, make a reservation, exchange documents).

Moreover, the data you provide may be processed only with your explicit consent, in order to send you business emails or texts relating to the services offered by the Data Controller.

In the first case, the legal basis for processing is contract execution; in the second case, it is your consent. Data processing will be electronic and made available to regularly contracted third parties (External Data Processors) within European Union or non-EU countries, offering adequate security guarantees, necessary for providing essential services to satisfy your needs. A list of these External Data Processors is available upon request. They may be software developers, website managers, shipping companies, etc. who assist the Data Controller in providing the services offered through this site.

Moreover, personal data will be processed anonymously for statistical analytics and direct marketing purposes. For further details, please refer to the Cookie Policy.

To modify or delete only the data stored on the systems that provide this site, please click here. The information you enter in the form (including your email address) may be shared with a third-party company acting as External Data Processor and supporting the owner in managing the site and processing your request.

In the event of a request to delete your data, please be aware that it may no longer be possible to continue to provide you with the service you requested.

Lastly, please be aware that you can lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority if you believe your rights have been infringed.