2 Who processes personal data?
1.1 Processing responsible: Access to the Website shall in principle be possible without having to provide personal data, such as, for example, surname, first name, postal address, e-mail address, etc. However, as part of BCF’s Service, the User may be required to transmit certain personal data. In such case, the BRAČ CLASSIC FESTIVAL is in charge of processing these data, which will only be used for purposes in service of the User.
3 What data is BCF collecting about its users?
Data that you voluntarily provide to us: When you send us an email, sign up for one of our events or subscribe for one of our email lists, you are voluntarily giving us information. This may include either:
Personal identification data: your name, first name, address, details regarding the organisation you work for, your title or occupation
Contact data: phone number and email address
Financial identification data: your bank details
Electronic identification data: IP address, cookies, location
Content: the text of your email or remarks in a form
By giving us this information, you consent to this information being collected, stored and used by us (see purpose under point 5)
Data that we collect automatically:
Registered information on visited servers:
When the User accesses the Website, the visited servers automatically save certain data, such as the type of domain with which the User connects to the Internet, the IP address assigned to the User (when logged in), the date and time of access to the Website and other traffic data, location data or other communication data, viewed pages, type of browser used, platform and / or system, the search engine as well as the keywords used to retrieve the Website, etc. However, no personal data identifying the User is collected through these savings. This information is kept for statistical and improvement purposes only.
4 How does BCF use my data?
General Purposes, the data that we collect via our services and channels are used to:
• Provide, operate, maintain and support our services, including membership activities, event production and
coordination, project management, etc.
• Market and disseminate our services, products, projects and activities to users of the website and subscribers of the mailing list.
• Process and complete transactions and send related information including invoicing and transaction confirmations.
• Set up and manage the organisation’s contact database in our CRM system and other database systems.
• Improve our services, communications and communication channels through surveys and questionnaires.
• Analyse audiences use of our website and other communication channels to adapt and improve the content
and user experience of the Website s.
• to allow the User to receive messages and manage his/her
account from different devices (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.);
• to detect and / or prevent fraud or similar activities of an illegal nature;
• to respond to requests for information;
• for any other purpose for which the User has expressly consented.
5 How does BCF collect data?
6 How long does BCF store my data?
We don’t retain your personal data for longer than is necessary for our organisational purposes or legal requirements. If you are a user of our services or a partner, we keep your information until you decide to revoke the permission to contact you. Regarding general dissemination of information about our
activities, we retain your personal data for as long as you remain subscribed to our email lists and communication channels. Sometimes, we might also clean-up our databases and remove those users who are not active based on the suggestions of our tracking systems.
7 What are my rights regarding the data that BCF has collected about me?
The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) empowers EU citizens with certain rights that we are committed to guarantee:
1) Right to information: You may ask us for information about what personal data we are collecting and how we are processing it.
2) Right to access: You are entitled to view and request copies of your personal data that we have collected and processed.
3) Right to rectification: You may ask for modifications in your personal data, including incomplete data to be completed or incorrect data to be corrected.
4) Right to withdraw consent: You may change your mind regarding your data, and withdraw a previously given consent for processing your personal data for a specific purpose. Should you request it, we would stop the processing of the personal data that was based on the consent provided earlier.
5) Right to object: you may prohibit certain uses for your data.
6) Right to object to automated processing: You may object to automated processing. Using this right, you may ask for your requests to be reviewed manually.
7) Right to be forgotten: you may request that we delete all your personal data without undue delay. It is important to note that this is not an absolute right and depends on the retention schedule and retention period of some data in line with other applicable laws.
8) Right for data portability: You may ask us to transfer your personal data. As part of such request, you may ask for your personal data to be provided back or transferred to another organisation. When doing so, your personal data must be provided or transferred in a machine-readable electronic format. If you wish to make use of your rights, please send a written request accompanied by proof of your identity to the following email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply within 1 month after receipt of your request.
1 What are cookies?
Cookies are strings of text (small files) which the websites a user visits send to the user’s terminal (pc, tablet, smartphone, etc.), where they are memorised and sent back to the site from which they came the next time the same user visits the site.
2 Types of cookies and their purposes
The cookies used on this website are of the following types:
Technical cookies: these allow users to enjoy quick, optimised browsing of the website and efficient use of the various services and/or options it offers, for instance by allowing users to make a purchase or log on to access restricted areas. These cookies are necessary to improve use of the website, but can be deactivated.
Analysis cookies: anonymous, aggregate web analysis tools which provide information on how users use the website, how they came to it, the number and duration of their visits, etc. These cookies allow us to make improvements to the website which will facilitate access by users and to prepare statistics. These cookies are not necessary for optimal use of the website and may therefore be deactivated.
Third party cookies: cookies installed on the user’s terminal by third-party website operators through this website. Third party cookies, the primary aim of which is analysis, mostly result from Google Analytics functions; for more information on Google Analytics go to: http://www.google.it/intl/it/analytics. To disable cookies and prevent Google Analytics from collecting browsing data, download the additional browser component for deactivation of Google Analytics by clicking on the following