On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection (GDPR) entered into force, replacing the Swedish Data Protection Act. The purpose of the GDPR is to strengthen protections for natural persons when processing their personal data.
Who do we collect personal data from?
Anyone who voluntarily contacts Villa Confalonieri via the website and our digital form with an enquiry or comment regarding the company of Villa Confalonieri.
What personal data do we collect?
Name, e-mail address, telephone number, address, age, number of guests.
Why do we collect this personal data?
We do so to allow Villa Confalonieri to be able to link the sender to the booking request sent to Villa Confalonieri.
How do we collect this personal data?
Through a digital form on our website, which the sender voluntarily enters the data above. This is done in connection with enquiries or booking requests sent to Villa Confalonieri.
How do we inform our customers how we process their personal data?
In connection with enquiries or booking requests sent to Villa Confalonieri, the sender must approve this policy by approving it in the digital form. This is required before the e-mail can be sent.
Who is the data controller?
Who is the data processor?
How is the personal data processed?
Once the sender fills in a digital form from Villa Confalonieri’s website, this enquiry or comment is sent directly to Villa Confalonieri. The sender’s data is saved to allow us to respond to their enquiry or confirm their booking.
How long does the company store the personal data?
Once the enquiry or booking request has been answered, the sender’s personal data is archived for future bookings or enquiries.