Privacy and Legal Notice
The City of Genoa ensures that the processing of data received by email or via electronic registration forms is compliant with the regulations stipulated by the current legislation on privacy (Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003).
Under Article. 13 of D. Lgs. of 30 June 30 2003 n. 196 "Code Regarding the Protection of Personal Data", the personal data acquired by the site www.blueprintcompetition.concorrimi.it , concerning the ideas competition for restructuring certain former areas occupied by the Genoa Trade Fair site – "Blueprint competition" – will be used by the City of Genoa, the data controller, in compliance with the above law and for purposes strictly related and instrumental to the competition.
The data controller is the Manager of the Complex Operations Sector of the City of Genoa, Luca Patrone.
Personal data will be processed using manual, computerized and online instruments in ways strictly related to the above purposes by persons appointed specially to process the data.
There is no obligation to provide the data, but refusal to provide the data required by the procedure will make it impossible to take part in the competition.
The competitors’ personal information may be disclosed to other subjects, public or private, identified by the City of Genoa exclusively for purposes strictly related to the ideas competition, and may be subject to publication on the Municipality of Genoa’s website on the basis of the provisions of the competition Notice.
At any time the persons concerned may exercise all their rights under Art. 7 of D. Lgs. of 30 June 2003 n. 196, in particular the right to access their data, to request their rectification and updating, or to oppose the processing of personal data in violation of the relevant law by applying to the following address: Comune di Genova – Palazzo Tursi – Via Garibaldi, 9 –16124 Genoa – tel. (+39) 010 557111 – firstname.lastname@example.org
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The main goal of these actions is to meet the needs of the largest possible number of users, so that each of them can easily make use of the information contained within the website.