When you become a registered user you supply us with your name, address, telephone number, email address, login name, and password. We collect this information in order to (a) establish a free membership; (b) enable you to reserve accommodations online; and (c) if necessary, to allow the company or property owner to contact you for customer service issues.
In accordance with article n.10 of Italian Law 675/96, the content provider, Venere Net S.p.A. states:
a) The data collected via the registration form are used to finalize activation of reservation services.
b) Submitting personal data is mandatory in order to activate the reservation services for the user. Refusal to submit personal data denies access to the reservation services.
c) The data collected will be transferred to individuals in charge to exploit services connected to the reservation service and transferred to others exclusively to commit the reservation service.
d) The registered user is guaranteed by article n.13 of the Italian Law 675/96.
e) Party responsible for the treatment of the data collected: Venere Net SpA, Viale del Vignola 11, 00196 Roma, Italia.
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Who has access to my personal information?
When you request accommodations the content provider supplies your registration information to the property in order to confirm your request. Only the property and the content provider have access to your personal information. The content provider does not sell or provide access to your personal information to any parties other than these.
How is my personal information protected?
The information you provide is protected using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption, ensuring the security of the data transmission. The registered user is solely responsible for maintaining the integrity of personal passwords and account information. When online, users are advised to be cautious with regard to personal information.
Disclosure as required by law
In certain instances, such as by law, court order or as requested by government or law enforcement authority, the content provider may be compelled to disclose member information. The company may disclose member information if, in good faith, it believes that disclosure is necessary to protect the rights and/or property of the company.