Titular of handling
After this site has been visited data relative to identified or identifiable persons may be handled.
The “Titular” of the handling is the ATS pro Terra Sancta, with its headquarters in Rome (Italy), via Boiardo n. 16.
Data provided to the user
The facultative, explicit and voluntary dispatch of electronic post to the addresses indicated on this site entails the consequent acquisition of the address of the sender, necessary for a reply or to deal with queries, along with other possible personal data included in the communication. Informative specifics are retrieved or visualised in the pages of the site set out for particular services by request.
Place where data is handled
Handling connected to the web service navigation data of this site takes place at the Jerusalem head office of ATS pro Terra Sancta and is carried out only by technicians responsible for the handling, or by specialists responsible for maintenance operations.
Facultativity of the Provision of Data
Apart from what is specified by navigation data, the user is free to provide the personal data contained in the inquiry forms or however indicated, and to ask for the dispatch of informative material or for other communications.
Failure to provide such data may entail the impossibility of obtaining what is asked for.
Modality of handling
Personal data are handled with computerised tools for the time strictly necessary for the accomplishment of the aims for which they have been gathered.
Specific security measures are observed to prevent the loss of data, illicit or incorrect use and unauthorised access. ATS pro Terra Sancta has adopted all the minimum security measures laid down by the law and, basing itself on the principal international standards, has, moreover, adopted further security measures to minimise potential risks affecting the privacy, availability, and completeness of the personal data gathered and handled.
Sharing, communication, and diffusion of data
The navigation data collected may be transferred or communicated to third parties for closely connected activities that are instrumental in the goals for which the data have been collected (such as the operation of the internet service, the administration of the informatics and telematics system, or for efficient handling by the offices themselves for their purposes).
The personal data provided by users who submit requests for the dispatch of informational material or other information communications are utilised for the sole end of fulfilling such requests and are communicated to third parties only in the case in which this is necessary for the accomplishment of the purpose in question (companies that provide packaging, labelling, and dispatch services).
Other than in these cases, data will not be communicated or conceded to anyone apart from the case where (i) there is an explicit consent for data to be shared with third parties; (ii) there is a necessity that information be shared with third parties for the purpose of providing the service requested; (iii) it is necessary in order to meet the requirements of Judicial Authorities or Public Security. No data deriving from the web service will be published.
Handling of sensitive data
In the case where sensitive personal data is sent (data relating to an individual’s state of health, political, religious, or trade union opinions (or membership of movements or organisations of such a nature), judicial data or data relating to racial or ethnic origins) without explicit written consent to the handling of such data, such consent will be requested explicitly and in writing. In the absence of a reply within 30 days, the data in question will be definitively removed.
The rights of interested parties
The subjects to whom personal data relate have the right at any moment to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of the data in question and to know their content and origins, to verify their accuracy or to ask for their supplementing or updating, or indeed rectification (art. 7 del Decreto legislativo 30 giugno 2003, n. 196).
According to the same article there is a right to call for the removal, transformation into an anonymous form, or blocking of data handled in violation of the law, and indeed for legitimate reasons to refuse consent to their handling as such.
Questions, claims, and suggestions
Anyone wanting further information or wanting to contribute with their own suggestions or to put forward claims or objections in the light of the privacy policies of the organisation or the way that ATS pro Terra Sancta handles personal data, may do so in writing to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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