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FALCON Magazine, Milan

If you have any doubts or want to know more about the data collected please read the following document. For any problem write to contact@falconmagazine.com .

All of your personal information has been collected with your consent, but is not specified.

Personal data may be provided by the user themselves or may possibly be collected by the website during the use of the application.

Most of the data requested are compulsory, therefore a hypothetical refusal to enter the data would make it impossible for the user to use the site.

The user assumes responsibility for personal data obtained, published or shared by third parties through the application, guaranteeing that he or she has the right to communicate or disseminate releasing Falcon from any liability.

Personal information is strictly maintained and protected from access, disclosure or destruction by appropriate means. It is possible that other entities appointed by Falcon as Data Processors, such as administrative, legal, commercial, etc. personnel, may have access to the data. They may have access to the data.

Falcon Magazine has the ability to use your personal information if you have given your consent, except in certain circumstances. The processing of data is absolutely necessary for the interest and completion of a contract between you and Falcon; to fulfil a legal obligation to which Falcon is subject or for a public interest purpose/exercise of public authority.

Your personal information is processed at Falcon’s offices, but may be transferred to a country other than your location. However, you have the right to receive information regarding any transfers.

Personal information provided by you that is collected for the performance of a contract will be retained by Falcon until the contract is completed. Data collected for purposes of Falcon’s interest will be retained until such interest is served, specified if requested by you. Personal data may be retained for a longer period depending on the consent provided by the user.

Each user has the right to revoke or possibly object to the processing of personal data provided, has the right to obtain information about their personal data processed by Falcon Magazine and further updates about it. You may request that we restrict the processing of your personal data, remove it or transfer it to another user. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the authorities or in court.

Every user has the right to object to the processing of his or her personal data in the public interest or for the purposes of direct marketing.

Every user has the right to apply to Falcon Magazine free of charge.

Further information on treatment

At the time of the registration of the user’s personal data, Falcon Magazine has the possibility to use it at the time of the need for judgment or defense.

The user is made aware of additional and contextual information regarding specific services or the processing of personal data, as required.

The application may use files containing interactions and personal data (e.g. user IP addresses) for maintenance purposes.

Doubts regarding the personal data provided can be addressed to Falcon Magazine at any time.

Do Not Track are not validated by the application. Please refer to the Privacy Policy to understand if third party services are supported.

FALCON Magazine reserves the right to make changes to this privacy policy at any time by notifying Users on this page and, if possible, on this Application as well as, when technically and legally feasible, by sending a notification to Users through one of the contact details it has. Please consult this page frequently, referring to the date of last modification indicated at the bottom.

If the changes affect processing whose legal basis is consent, FALCON Magazine will collect the User’s consent again, if necessary.