Privacy Policy

The web site Cortina.Dolomiti.org does not process personal data without the user's knowledge and does not use technologies that infringe personal confidentiality.
The only personal data collected are those that you the user willingly provides. In accordance with DLGV 196/03, the user is hereby informed that these data shall be processed exclusively with the aim of satisfying your requests and not for any other purposes. In the case of any request for tourist information, the data will only be communicated to the bodies competent to respond and will in no way be sent to third parties, except for where it is so provided by the law.

The user is expressly requested NOT TO SEND SENSITIVE DATA that will in any case be destroyed.
The user who provides personal data has the rights under articles 7 and 13 of DLGV 196/2003 (italian law) including the right to delete, correct and update data, stop them being processed and to learn where and how such personal data are being circulated.
For any further information you may require, contact the person responsible for the web site at: Consorzio CORTINA TURISMO tel: 0436 866252 cortina@dolomiti.org.

CORTINA TURISMO provides space on its Dolomiti.org domain servers for the publication of tourist sites in the province of Belluno.
CORTINA TURISMO accepts no responsibility for the processing of Personal Data from the use on the part of other tourism consortia that publish their own pages on Dolomiti.org.

 

Newsletter
If you wish to subscribe to our Club.Dolomiti.org mailing list for tourist information that may be interest to you, we inform you that registration of your data will be carried out in compliance with current legislation.

 

Use of cookies and log files.
Dolomiti.org uses cookies technology for statistical purposes in relation to its site. A cookie is a small item of information send from the contacted web site and saved on hard disk by your computer's browser.
In some cases the web site Dolomiti.org traces cookie paths, recording the movement from one page to another, without this in any way permitting the user to be identified.
The aim is only to collect statistical data on, for example, the pages visited and the pages downloaded etc.
Web server log files may be used to count the numbers of visitors and better organise the pages, to facilitate site use and thus help the site better meet the needs of its users.