Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy
SWROME privacy policy
Data Controller: SWRome

Types of Data Collected
We collect the following personal data:
– Names
– Email addresses
– Phone numbers
– UID (Unique Identifier)

Purpose of Data Processing
Personal data is processed for:
– Sending updates and communications about the event
– Sending SWROME related advertising (with also possible third-party sharing)

Legal Basis for Processing
Data processing is based on the user’s consent, provided clearly and informatively.

Processing Methods
Data is processed electronically in compliance with privacy and data security laws.

Data Transfer
Data will not be transferred outside the European Union, ensuring protection according to GDPR standards.

User Rights
Users have the right to:
– Access their data
– Request correction of inaccurate data
– Request data deletion (“right to be forgotten”)
– Object to data processing
– Request restriction of processing
– Data portability

To exercise these rights, contact

Changes to the Privacy Policy
Changes to this policy will be communicated via the web page and by email. Users will always have the right to withdraw consent.

Cookie Policy
SWROME Cookie Policy
What are Cookies: Cookies are small text files sent to users’ devices when they visit websites. They are used to make navigation efficient, storing user preferences and improving the browsing experience.

Types of Cookies Used:
– Technical cookies
– Profiling cookies
– Third-party cookies
– Other types of cookies to enhance user experience

Purpose of Cookies
– Improve user experience
– Analyze site traffic
– Personalized advertising

Cookie Management and Consent
– Users can manage cookie preferences through a cookie banner.
– Consent for the use of cookies is requested via a consent banner and can be withdrawn at any time.

Consent to be re-contacted
SWROME Consent to be Re-Contacted Policy
This Privacy Policy outlines how SWROME (“Our Company,” “We,” or “Our”) collects, uses, and safeguards the information you provide when utilizing our contact form on our website.

Information Collection:
When you use our contact form, we may collect the following information:
– First and Last Name
– Email Address
– Telephone Number (optional)
– Message or Inquiry Submitted

This information is necessary to enable us to respond to your inquiries and provide you with improved service.
Use of Information: The information collected through the contact form is used exclusively to respond to your inquiries and provide assistance. We will never share, sell, or rent your personal information to third parties without your consent, except where required by law.
Information Protection: We implement appropriate security measures to protect the personal information you provide to us. However, please be aware that no method of transmission over the Internet or electronic storage is completely secure. Thus, we cannot guarantee absolute security of your information during its transmission or storage. Cookies and Similar Technologies: Our website may use cookies and similar technologies to enhance user experience. You are advised to review our Cookie Policy for more details. Privacy Policy Changes: We reserve the right to periodically update this Privacy Policy. We recommend that you regularly check this page for any changes. The date of the last modification will be indicated at the top of the page. Contacts: For further information about our Privacy Policy or to exercise your rights regarding your personal information, you can contact us by writing to

This Privacy Policy is drafted in compliance with Italian privacy legislation, including, but not limited to:
– General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): The processing of personal data is conducted in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, known as GDPR, which governs the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
– Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree No. 196/2003, and subsequent amendments): In compliance with the Personal Data Protection Code, also known as the “Privacy Code,” which governs the processing of personal data in Italy.
– Provision of the European Data Protection Authority dated 01-01-2024 regarding “Minimum Requirements for Online Data Collection”: We adopt the guidelines established by the European Data Protection Authority in relation to the collection of personal data via online means.

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