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Musei Civici d'Arte Antica

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Via Manzoni, 4
40121 Bologna
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Strada Maggiore, 44
40125 Bologna
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Collezioni Comunali d'Arte
Piazza Maggiore, 6
40121 Bologna
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Privacy Policy

This policy is provided pursuant to art. 13 et seq. of Regulation EU 2016/679 " on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation)" to those who use the web services of the Musei Civici d'Arte Antica of the Municipality of Bologna, accessible at the address:

http://www.museibologna.it/arteantica/

which corresponds to the home page of Istituzione Bologna Musei's official website.

The privacy policy is provided exclusively for the Istituzione Bologna Musei website and not for other websites that may be viewed by the user by clicking on links.

1. Data Controller and Data Protection Manager

The Data Controller of personal data is the Municipality of Bologna, with registered office in Piazza Maggiore 6 - 40121 Bologna, protocollogenerale@pec.comune.bologna.it.

The Data Processor is Lepida S.p.A., Via della Liberazione 15 - 40128 Bologna, dpo-team@lepida.it.

2. Processing

With regard to the data processed, the City of Bologna hereby informs you that:

  • The processing of personal data is done for the purpose of carrying out tasks of public interest or otherwise connected to the exercise of public powers within the jurisdiction of the Municipality based on municipal laws, statutes and regulations.

  • The processing of particular data is carried out in compliance with laws, statutes and regulations for reasons of significant public interest.

  • The processing is carried out using digital and/or manual methods.

  • The provision of data is optional, but necessary for the proper conduct of preliminary preparations and meeting procedural obligations or for the provision of the service.

  • Failure to provide some or all of the requested data may result in termination of the procedure or service.

  • With regard to the procedure and related activities, the Municipality can disclose the data acquired to other pertinent public or private bodies in the cases envisaged by law, statutes and municipal regulations.

  • The data will be processed by the Director of the organisational structure, his/her appointed colleagues who have been duly instructed or companies expressly appointed as data processors. These parties ensure levels of experience, expertise and reliability that guarantee compliance with the current provisions on data processing, including data security.

  • The data will be kept for a period not exceeding what has been established by the regulatory basis for the processing and in compliance with the rules on the conservation of administrative documentation. For this purpose the strict relevance, limited and indispensable nature of the data processed will be verified, even with periodic checks.

  • The data processed are subject to the regulation regarding right of access, with the methods and limits established in applicable laws.

3. Rights of the data subject

The data subjects have the right to ask the Municipality of Bologna to access their personal data, to correct or erase them or to restrict the their processing or object to their processing (art. 15 et seq. of Regulation EU 2016/679).

These rights can be exercised by contacting the Data Controller (Municipality of Bologna, with registered office in Piazza Maggiore 6 - 40121 Bologna, protocollogenerale@pec.comune.bologna.it).

If the conditions so merit, they also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority, the body that provides oversight and manages appeals to judicial authorities.

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The website of the Istituzione Bologna Musei of the Municipality of Bologna uses cookies to improve the experience offered by its online applications. This document supplies detailed information on the use of cookies, how Istituzione Bologna Musei uses them and how to manage them.

What are cookies

This website uses cookies, small text files that are stored by the browser on the user's device (computer, tablet, smartphone) to improve the website's user experience.

The information contained in the cookies is defined by the server, and, depending on the type of cookies, may be used every time the site is visited by the user.

Cookies are widely used because they are necessary for some features of the site, as well as to collect statistical data on traffic and use of the website.

They are also designed to remember operations that the user has already completed in the past on that particular website, for example logins or clicks. They make it possible to save time when visiting a website multiple times.

Cookies can be used to:

  • Remember preferences

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  • Allow you to share pages and content on social networks

  • Allow those who manage the site to have statistical information, like the number of visitors, their geographical origin, the most visited pages, the browsers or devices used.

Cookies are not dangerous, they are not programs and cannot carry viruses. They cannot in any way personally identify the user.

Types of cookies used

The website of the Istituzione Bologna Musei of the Municipality of Bologna uses two types of cookies:

  • Session cookies

  • Analytical cookies

Session cookies

Session cookies are essential to manage authentication for online services or other personal areas.

They are stored on the user's computer exclusively for the duration of the session and are automatically deleted from the computer when the browser is closed.

Session cookies make it possible to navigate from one page to another without being forced to repeatedly log in.

Analytical cookies

For statistical purposes we use Google Analytics, a Google service that does not allow us to store personal data. The information belongs to Google, is stored on their servers and can be consulted by who manages the site.

Google analytical cookies have a variable duration, some are related to the session, others last minutes, others from six months to two years.

It is Google that tracks and examines the use of the website and allows site managers to compile statistical reports.

You can consult Google Analytics's terms of service.

Analytical cookies can be disabled by the user without any consequence on the usability of the website.

You can disable Google Analytics cookies by using the appropriate opt-out add-on

provided by Google for the main browsers.

Other third-party cookies

The website includes buttons that allow you to share content on various social networks, like Facebook, Twitter, Google+. Clicking on the share button may cause these companies to store cookies on your computer.

On the website there are also embedded videos from YouTube. Clicking on the YouTube video player may store cookies on your computer, but the Municipality of Bologna is committed to using the "advanced privacy mode" embedding option which ensures that YouTube will not store user information unless the video is displayed.

Disabling cookies

The consent to the use of cookies can be denied through browser settings. The use of the website will still be guaranteed, but not authenticated.

Instructions for disabling cookies in browsers

  • Internet Explorer
    Click on Tools
    Click on Internet options
    Choose the Privacy tab
    Move the slider to choose the desired level of privacy
    By clicking on Advanced you can access further options

  • Google Chrome
    Click on Tools
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    Scroll to Privacy and security and then click on Content Settings. Choose your preferred settings.

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Last update 25 May 2018