In compliance with art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 - Code of Practice Concerning the Personal Data Processing.
1. Data processed, purpose and disclosure
1.1. Browsing data - log files - analytics
The IT systems and application software used to operate this website routinely collect certain data not connected to directly identifiable users. These data are processed, for the time strictly necessary, for the sole purpose of collecting anonymous statistical information relating to the use of the website, and to provide feedback as to its proper operation.
1.2. Data provided by the user on a voluntary basis
The voluntary and explicit sending of emails to the addresses appearing in the "contacts" page and the filling in of the specifically prearranged "forms" entail the subsequent acquisition of the sender/user's e-mail address and data, which will enable us to reply to requests.
1.3 Purpose and disclosure
The personal data of users requesting the sending of information are processed for the sole purpose of providing the performance requested and will be disclosed to third parties only if:
- necessary to fulfil requests;
- disclosure is required by laws or regulations;
- legal proceedings are taking place.
The owner of the processed data concerning identified or identifiable people who have visited this website is Ve.La. SpA, based in: Isola Nova del Tronchetto, 21 - 30135 Venezia.
The "data subjects", namely the individuals, corporations, bodies or associations, whose data have been collected, are entitled to obtain, at any time, confirmation of the existence (or absence) of such data, and to know their contents and source, verify their accuracy, ask that they be completed, updated or corrected, in compliance with art. 7 of Legislative Decree dated 30/06/2003, no. 196. According to the latter, data subjects are also entitled to obtain cancellation, transformation to an anonymous form or blocking of any data which have been processed unlawfully, and to object, for legitimate reasons, to their processing in any case.
Cookies are small text files sent by the website to the browser and stored on the computer or other device, allowing the website to ”recognize” users and store information about them.
There are different types of cookies. Some are necessary for the proper functionality of the website allowing, for example, to save the preferences set by users, others have different purposes such as to perform access analysis or for advertising campaigns. They can be either persistent, remaining on the device, or temporary (session cookies), where they last only until the user closes the browser.
Cookies can be set by the website which is being visited or by a website other than the one being visited (third-party cookies).
1. Types of cookies
These cookies are necessary to allow the website to work properly, are first-party cookies and can be either permanent or temporary.
Technical cookies are always used and sent, unless the user does not modify the browser settings.
PHPSESSID - temporary session, stores the text size set and allows right virtual museum pagination
cookieset - persistent one year, save user preferences for cookies
These cookies collect anonymous information about visitors of the website (activity, characteristics, pages visit most often,… ) for statistical purpose and to improve website functionalities.
Our site uses Google Analytics cookies, configured for IP anonymization. To see relative privacy and cookies policy you can visit http://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/
Analytic cookies can be disabled by setting the preference on this page or by changing the settings of your browser.
Third party, profiling and marketing cookies
Third party cookies are set by a different domain than the website visited by the user.
Advertising cookies are related to advertising services provided by third parties on our website.
Our site uses Facebook tracking cookies.
Profiling and marketing cookies (as 'advertising') can be enabled or disabled by setting the preference on this page or by modifying your browser settings.
Other third-party cookies
On some pages of our website could be content from external services like Youtube or Google Maps. We do not control any cookies which are used by these services. These cookies can be disabled by changing the settings of your browser.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but the user can usually change the privacy setting from the menu "options" or "preferences" in the browser.
How to change the settings for the main browsers:
Manage third-party cookies and other tracking technologies
Below you can choose which cookies to enable or disable on this website for one year. Please note that there may be third-party cookies the publisher has no control and relating to particular contents embedded in web pages (video youtube, google maps, ..). These cookies can still be disabled by adjusting the settings of your browser.