Last updated: 9th April 2019
We offer, through the website www.saturalanx.eu, services and materials for learning Latin and Ancient Greek. To do so, we have to collect some personal data from the users of the website. This document details how such data is collected and processed, how they are protected from misuse and what are the rights of the users related to such data processing.
We, the data controllers, are Irene Regini and Giovanni Mascellani, both residents in Rue Edith Cavell 193A, 1180 Uccle – Belgium. We can be contacted either by physical mail or by electronic mail at the address email@example.com for all inquiries and questions about this document. In order to offer you our services, we might need to collect some of your personal data. Such data is only collected through voluntary communication by you or automatic devices triggered by visiting our website or reading our newsletter. You are free to not provide us your data by not engaging in such activities, although this might make us unable to offer you our services.
If you want to make purchases from our electronic shop, we have to collect some of your personal data in order to communicate with you, to process the payment, to make available to you the goods you purchased, to detect fraud and abuse and to comply with legal obligations. When you buy from our shop you are required to provide us your full name, billing address, contact point (email and/or telephone) and, for physical goods, shipping address. Such data is collected under the lawful basis of the implicit contract that is put in place by your purchase.
We do not directly process payment information: rather, they are processed in a manner that depends on the payment method that you choose. If you decide to pay by direct bank transfer, we do not need to collect any other data from you: you just have to order a bank transfer through your bank, and we will accept your payment as soon as it is recorded in our bank account. If you decide to pay through the payment services offered by Stripe, you accept Stripe to be our data processor for that payment. See Stripe’s legal documentation for more information.
In order to subscribe to our newsletter, you are required to provide us your email address and full name. We will use such data to send you emails containing updates about the website and the services we offer, and about general news in the field of teaching and learning Latin and Ancient Greek. The lawful basis for such processing is your explicit consent to it, which you can withdraw at any time.
As a user of this website, you have some rights related to the processing of your personal data. You can exercise them thanks to the dedicated features of this website or by contacting us directly as detailed above.
- Right of access and to data portability. You can request a copy of all of your personal data we have, for any reason (such as to understand how and why we use your data, and to reuse them in different services).
- Right to rectification. You have the right to have inaccurate personal data about you rectified. We encourage you to inform as soon as possible of every change in your personal data, so that we can offer you our services as efficiently as possible.
- Right to erasure. You have the right to have your personal data erased, as soon as their are not necessary any more for the purposes for which we collected it, or at any moment for data that was collected on the lawful basis of your consent. This right is restricted in some cases, for example when we are required to keep them because of legal obligations, but we are still bound to process them only in connection to such obligations. Also, while your personal data is immediately put beyond use, some copies of them might survive in our backup systems for at most an year after your request.
- Right to object and to restrict processing. You have the right to restrict the processing of your personal data or to object to how we use it. In particular, you have the right to withdraw your consent when this is the lawful basis for collecting your data, and to request that your data are not used for direct marketing purposes.