Policy Privacy

We wish to inform you that law no.196 of 30 June 2003 (Data Protection Act) is designed to protect the security of your personal information. The principles set out in the law ensure your right to correct, transparent and responsible handling of personal details.

Article 13 of the law covers the following points:

  1. Any personal details you provide will be used exclusively for organisational purposes in the management of the conference.
  2. Details will be collected and processed manually or electronically in strict agreement with the above-mentioned aims, guaranteeing the security of your personal information. Details are retained on the ARUBA server which acts as host to our internet site.
  3. Personal details are collected by GeMUN directly from you, your school or from public lists which are open to anyone. Providing your personal details is optional and refusal to provide any details will have no consequences other than to make it impossible for us to properly deal with your requirements as a participant.
  4. We may consent to the use of your personal information by outside agencies who perform specific tasks on behalf of GeMUN. Such third parties who handle your personal details will be directly responsible for any violation of the law on their part.
  5. The agency responsible for handling all personal data is the GeMUN Committee – Genoa Model United Nations, c/o Deledda International School, Via Bertani 6, 16100 Genova.
  6. The individual responsible for the agency is Prof. Ignazio Venzano, Head of Deledda International School.

You are permitted to exercise your rights regarding handling of your personal details at any time.

For your convenience we set out below the law in its entirety.

Law number 196/2003, art.7: right to access to personal details and other rights:

  1. an individual has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence of personal details pertaining to that individual even where that request has not been registered in writing
    • An individual has the right to obtain information regarding:
    • the origin of personal details
    • the use and methods of handling such details
    • the reasons behind electronic handling of data
    • the identity of the individuals and agencies responsible for data collection and use, as set out in art.5.2
    • the agencies who may have access to the data in their capacity as representatives of the state, or any agency responsible for handling and/or processing the data
  2. The individual has the right to:
    • correction and updating or, where necessary, integration of personal details
    • cancellation, anonymity or blocking of details handled illegally, including where retention of details is not necessary for the purposes for which they were originally collected and processed.
    • confirmation that points I) and ii) have been correctly carried out, also with regard to external agencies, where this does not require a disproportionate effort on the part of the responsible agency.
  3. The individual has the right to object in part or entirely:
    • for legitimate reasons, to the retention of his/her personal details, even if retention is pertinent to the aims of collection
    • to the handling or processing of personal details for marketing or sales purposes, market research or other advertising purposes.

(Privacy Law, art. 13 D.lgs. 196/2003)