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In compliance with D.Lgs. n.196 of 30 June 2003 (Protection of Personal Data Privacy) that ensures protection of persons and other subjects with regard to personal data handling, Agriturismo Lucchetti Ferrari, Via Costa San Nicolò 23 Pontremoli (MS) Italy, as the holder of personal data, is obliged to inform all concerned parties regarding the use of personal information.

Under the provisions of the above mentioned law, such handling will be conducted according to the principles of correctness, lawfulness and transparency in order to protect one’s privacy and rights. The organisation does not gather or handle any data that could be qualified as “sensitive information”, meaning information related to racial and ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, political opinion, adherence to parties, unions, associations or organisations having a religious, philosophical, political or union nature, or regarding health status or sexual preference.

According to article 13 of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003, all data supplied by guests, such as name, surname, company name, address, fiscal code, tax code, telephone, fax, e-mail, will be used to provide hospitality, for accounting and fiscal reasons, for statistical, promotional and marketing purposes, and will be communicated to the competent authority.

All necessary care will be taken to guarantee the privacy and safety of personal data, and the handling will be carried out using manual, electronic and automated devices which can record, process and transmit such data.

The organisation is committed to handling all data collected in accordance with the law requirements.


Located in Via Costa San Nicolò, 23 Pontremoli MS.



Art. 7 of D.Lgs. 196/2003

1. The concerned party is entitled to obtain confirmation of the existence of personal data concerning the party, even though it may not have been recorded yet, and notification of the said data in an intelligible form.

2. The concerned party has the right to obtain notification of:
a. the origin of personal data;
b. the purpose and manner of the handling;
c. the logic applied in the case of handling carried out by electronic instruments;
d. the identity of the organisation, of the persons responsible and the appointed representative, as per article 5, paragraph 2;
e. the subjects or category of subjects to whom the personal data can be transmitted or who can have knowledge of such data as designated representatives in the country, those in charge or those who carry out said processing.

3. The concerned party has the right to obtain:
a. the update, the modification or rather, where appropriate, the addition to the data;
b. the cancellation, the conversion into anonymous form or the cessation of the use of the data handled in breach of the law, including those for which the handling is not necessary in relation to the reason for which the data was collected or subsequently processed;
c. the confirmation that the operations mentioned in letters a. & b., have been made known, even with regard to their content, to those whom the data has been communicated or transmitted, except in the case where such operation is impossible or involves an effort with means that are disproportionate in respect to the rights protected.

4. The concerned party has the right to oppose partially or totally:
a. for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data concerning said party, even if this is pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
b. the processing of personal data concerning said party for the purposes of sending advertising or direct sales material, or for carrying out market research or business communication.


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