Privacy Policy

The Parish of St. Michele Arcangelo located in Piazza Guareschi n. 62, Roncole Verdi, chap. 43011 Busseto (PR) (hereafter “Parish”) will constantly work to protect the privacy of the Subjects (hereinafter “Benefactors”) who will join the Fundraising for the Restoration of the Church of San Michele Arcangelo through the insertion of their Personal Data on our site “Let’s save the church of Verdi” (hereinafter “Service”). This document will allow them to know our privacy policy, to understand how their Personal Data will be managed after the use of our service, allowing Benefactors to consent to the processing of their personal data expressed and aware. Benefactors note that in the section where we collect their personal data are published specific information pursuant to art. 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 (hereafter “Regulation”) for the necessary inspection before the provision of the requested data. The information and data provided within this Service will be processed in compliance with the provisions of the Regulations and the confidentiality obligations that inspire all the activities of the Parish. According to the rules of the Regulations, the treatments carried out by the Parish will be based on the principles of lawfulness, correctness, transparency, purpose limitation and retention, data minimization, accuracy, integrity and confidentiality.


1. Holder of the treatment and Data Protectionofficer

2. Personal data subject to treatment

     a. Registration data

     b. Data voluntarily provided by the benefactor

     c. Cookie

3. Purpose of Treatment

4. Legal basis and mandatory or optional nature of treatment

5. Recipients of personal data

6. Retention of personal data

7. Rights of the person concerned

8. Modifications

1. Holder of the treatment and Data Protection officer

The owner of the treatments performed is the Provost pro tempore of the parish as defined above. The owner’s structure is provided with a Data Protection Manager (data protection officer or “DPO”). The DPO is available for any information regarding the treatment of the parish’s personal data, including the list of data managers. You can contact the DPO by writing to or by letter to the parish address of San Michele Arcangelo, Piazza Guareschi N. 62, 43011 Roncole Verdi, Busseto (PR).

2. The personal data covered by the treatment

For the processing of personal data we mean any transaction or set of transactions, carried out with or without the aid of automated processes and applied to personal data or personal data sets, such as collection, registration, organization, Structuring, storing, adapting or modifying, extracting, consulting, using, communicating through transmission, dissemination or any other form of making available, comparison or interconnection, limitation, the Cancellation or destruction.

We inform the benefactors that the personal data being processed will be constituted – also according to their decisions on how to use the service – from an identifier such as the name, date and place of birth, data relating to the place of residence, the address email, a phone number, tax code and other data that is suitable to make them identifiable. In particular, personal data are divided into the following typologies and uses:

a. Registration data

With regard to the processing of personal data carried out in the service, it is stated that the parish will only put in place the treatments strictly necessary to allow the obtaining of the tax benefits to the benefactors who will request it Within the service by checking the appropriate item and voluntarily providing personal information. The data collected by the parish are only those strictly necessary for the delivery of the service and listed above. The conferral of such data is in itself optional, but in the absence of such bestowal the parish will not be able to provide the necessary documentation to the benefactors in order to obtain the tax benefits. It should be pointed out that the personal data of the beneficiaries of the services put in place, for purposes strictly related to the provision of services, will have to be communicated to the Superintendency for architectural and landscape heritage of Parma and Piacenza. It follows that, at the time of the service request, the benefactors accept that some of his personal data are communicated to the subjects listed above.

b. Data voluntarily provided by the person concerned

If the benefactors, in requesting the service, voluntarily provide the parish with personal data of other interested third parties of the treatment, they shall be the autonomous holders of the treatment, assuming all the obligations and responsibilities of law. In this sense, they will give on the point the widest indemnity with respect to any dispute, demand, claim for damages from treatment, etc. that should reach the parish from third parties whose personal data have been processed through the Use of the services in breach of the rules on the protection of applicable personal data. In any case, if the benefactors will otherwise disclose personal data of third parties in the use of the service, they shall guarantee right now – assuming any associated responsibilities – that such a particular hypothesis of treatment is based on an appropriate basis Legal basis under art. 6 of the regulation which legitimises the processing of the information in question.

c. Cookie

Definitions, characteristics and application of the legislation.

Cookies are used by us to assure the benefactors the best experience on our site.

The site of the parish does not use any cookies of the parish but only Google Analytics to identify the content that interests users.

Types of cookies

Cookies are categorized as follows.

Session cookies. Cookies automatically deleted when the user closes the browser. The parish site does not use any such cookies.

Persistent cookies. Cookies that remain stored in the user’s device until a certain termination date is reached (in terms of minutes, days or years after the cookie is created/updated). The parish site does not use any such cookies.

Third party cookies. Cookies stored on behalf of third parties. The parish site uses the following Google Analytics cookies: __utmt, __utma, __UTMB, __UTMC, __UTMZ. To find out more you can refer to the Google pages about the use of Cookies.

3. Purpose of the treatment

The treatment we intend to carry out, under specific consent, has the following aims:

a. Allow the benefactor who provided the personal data to deliver the document necessary to obtain the tax benefits provided for by law, including collection, preservation and processing of data for the purposes of establishing and subsequent Operational, technical and administrative management of the relationship related to the delivery of the service and the carrying out of communications relating to the conduct of the relationship established;

b. Responding to requests for assistance or information, which we will receive via e-mail or telephone;

c. Fulfil statutory, accounting and fiscal obligations;

d. Elaborate statistics and studies on the use of the service in order to improve its functioning and to disseminate more its knowledge and its use in order to increase the collection of funds covered by the service itself;

e. Allow the parish to send emails to the benefactors to keep them informed about the evolution of the restoration project of the Church of San Michele Arcangelo di Roncole Verdi, activities which the benefactors have joined with their liberal disburutions through the Service. The email shipment will not be periodic.

4. Legal basis and mandatory or optional nature of treatment

The legal basis for the processing of personal data for the purposes set out in section 3 (A-B) is art. 6.1. B of the regulation since the treatments are necessary for the provision of the agreed services. The conferral of personal data for these purposes is optional, but the eventual failure to provide would result in the impossibility of activating the requested services.

The purpose of section 3 (c) is a legitimate treatment of personal data within the meaning of art. 6.1. C of the Rules of Procedure. Once the personal data has been conferred, the treatment may be necessary to fulfill the legal obligations to which the parish is subject.

The treatments carried out for the purposes of updating described in section 3 (e) are based on the release of its consent under art. 6.1. A of the regulation. The conferral of your personal data for this purpose is entirely optional and does not prejudice the use of the services. The treatments referred to in section 3 (d), carried out for the purposes of e-mail marketing on products or services similar to those requested by you, find instead its legal basis, in accordance with art. 6.1. F The Rules of procedure, in the legitimate interest of the parish, to promote its services in a context in which the person concerned can reasonably expect such a type of treatment, to which he may, however, oppose at any time. If you wish to oppose the processing of your data for the purposes of research, study and information, as referred to in sections 3 (d) and 3 (e), you may at any time do so by submitting a request to the e-mail address or by letter to the parish address of San Michele Arcangelo, Piazza Guareschi N. 62, 43011 Roncole Verdi, Busseto (PR).Roncole Verdi, Busseto (PR).

5. Recipients of personal data

Personal data may be shared, for the purposes set out in section 3 above, with subjects acting typically as controllers, i.e.:

A. Persons, companies or professional firms providing assistance and consultancy services to the parish in accounting, administrative, legal and tax matters in relation to the provision of service;

B. Subjects with whom it is necessary to interact for the provision of the service;

C. Entities, entities or authorities to which it is obligatory to communicate them by virtue of provisions of law or orders of the authorities;

D. Persons authorized by the parish to treat personal data necessary to carry out activities strictly related to the provision of the service, whether they are committed to confidentiality or have an adequate legal obligation of confidentiality, such as Parish employees.

6. Data Retention

The personal data processed for the purposes referred to in section 3 will be kept for the time strictly necessary to achieve those same purposes. In any case, being treatments carried out for the supply of a service, the parish will treat the personal data until the time allowed by the Italian law to protect its own interests (ART. 2946 C.C. and SS.).

For the purposes set out in section 3 (d) (e), your personal data will be processed until you withdraw your consent. In any case, the possibility for the parish to retain its personal data until the time allowed by the Italian law to protect its own interests (ART. 2947 (1) (3) C.C.) is saved. More information on the data retention period and the criteria used to determine this period may be requested by writing to the Rightholder or DPO.

8. Rights of the parties concerned

You have the right to ask the parish, at any time, to access your personal data, rectification or cancellation thereof or to oppose their treatment in the cases provided for in article 20 of the Regulation, you have the right to request the Limitation of treatment in the cases provided for by art. 18 of the Rules of Procedure, and to obtain in a structured format, of common use and self-readable data relating to it (portability), in the cases provided for by art. 20 of the Rules of Procedure.

Requests must be made in writing to

In any case you always have the right to complain to the competent supervisory authority (guarantor for the protection of personal data), pursuant to art. 77 of the Regulation, if it considers that the processing of its data is contrary to the legislation in force.

9. Modifications

This privacy policy is in force from 1 February 2019. The parish reserves the same to modify or simply update its contents, partly or completely, also due to changes in the applicable legislation. Should the changes to this Policy concern substantial changes in the treatment or may have a significant impact on the persons concerned, the parish will take care to notify them accordingly.