Privacy Policy

DATA CATEGORIES

Invisible Lines will process the following personal data you have submitted:

  • Personal data: first name, last name, date of birth, nationality, identity document;
  • Contact data: telephone number, e-mail address;
  • Artistic documents: motivational letter, curriculum vitae, portfolio.

PURPOSES OF DATA PROCESSING

Your personal data shall be processed for the following purposes:

  • to comply with obligations connected with the use of the Internet website;
  • to comply with obligations regarding the selection of young artists for the project;
  • to comply with all legal obligations.

PROCESSING METHODS

The personal data submitted to Invisible Lines are mainly processed using automated tools for the sole purposes indicated and for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they have been collected. Specific security measures are taken in order to prevent, combat and reduce to a minimum the risk of data destruction or loss - including accidental loss -, unauthorized access or processing that is not permitted or not in compliance with the purposes for which such data have been collected.

DATA RECIPIENTS

As well as the Data Protection Officer, the following persons may be made cognisant of the personal data submitted to :

  • public or private entities, natural or legal persons whose services Invisible Lines avails itself of in order to carry out the activities required to achieve the above-mentioned purpose or to which Invisible Lines is under a contractual or legal obligation to communicate your personal data.

Your personal data shall not be communicated to third parties and/or disseminated (without prejudice to eventual requests by judicial authorities or the judicial police during the course of investigations).

THE VOLUNTARY NATURE OF DATA SUBMISSION

While personal data are provided on a voluntary basis, they may be essential in order participate to the project. Failure to supply your personal data may make your request impossible to execute.

ONLINE PERSONAL DATA COLLECTION

In the event of data collection carried out directly on the Invisible Lines website, the project includes a Privacy Policy Statement on personal data processing and, where necessary, requests consent from the data subject.

DATA STORAGE

This website uses services provided by DigitalOcean and his servers, including the ones used for data collection, are based in Frankfurt, Germany. Here you can find the privacy infos of DigitalOcean and here the supplemental contract regarding GDPR compliance.

DATA SUPPLIED VOLUNTARILY BY THE DATA SUBJECT

The optional, explicit and voluntary submission both on- and off-line of personal data by the data subject (for example: the submission of an e-mail address, curriculum vitae, request for information in order to participate in the project) entails acquisition of the contact details of the data subject that are necessary in order to be able to contact them if necessary to indicate how their personal data will be acquired, and disclose how the data will be processed and, if necessary, request formal consent on the part of the data subject.

RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT

We hereby confirm that you are entitled at any time to exercise the rights regarding your personal data within the limits and in accordance with the conditions indicated in Articles 7 and 15-22 of the GDPR. Should you wish to exercise any of the rights listed below, please contact the Data Controller by sending an e-mail to: info@invisiblelines.eu Your request will be answered no later than 30 (thirty) days following receipt by us. More specifically, data subjects have the right to:

  • withdraw the consent previously given, without, however, said withdrawal in any way calling into question the lawfulness of any consent-based processing carried out prior to withdrawal of consent;
  • request the Data Controller to have access to, rectify or erase (the so-called “right to be forgotten”) personal data, or restrict processing of their personal data, or to object to processing;
  • obtain the portability of their data;
  • lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Supervisory Authority in the event they believe their rights have been infringed.

DATA CONTROLLER, DATA PROCESSOR and DATA PROTECTION OFFICER

The Data Protection Officer may be contacted at the following email address: info@invisiblelines.eu

 

COOKIE POLICY

WHAT IS A COOKIE?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored by the computer when a website is visited by a user. The text stores information that the site is able to read in the moment in which it is seen at a later time. Some of these cookies are necessary for the proper operation of the site, others are useful to the visitor because they can safely store such as a user name or language settings. The advantage of having the cookies installed in your PC is to no longer need to fill out the same information each time you want to access a site visited previously.

WHY DO THIS SITE USES COOKIES?

The site uses cookies in order to provide its customers a navigation experience as smooth and simple as possible. Through cookies at each visit on the site you do not need to receive or enter the same information. Cookies are also used to optimize the performance of your website. In order to protect your personal data against loss and against any form of unlawful Invisible Lines it has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures. This site also uses Google Analytics services to collect anonymous information on how the website is used. Personal information, such as IP address, are rendered anonymous before getting collected by Google and data are non-traceable nor identity-linked.

HOW CAN I TURN OFF COOKIES?

You can change your browser to turn off cookies through a very simple procedure.

Firefox

  1. Open the Firefox
  2. Press the “Alt” key
  3. In the toolbar at the top of the browser, select “Tools” and then “Options”
  4. Select the tab “Privacy”
  5. Go to “Settings History,” and then “Use custom settings”

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome
  2. Click on the “Tools”
  3. Select “Settings” and then “Advanced Settings”
  4. Select “Content settings” under “Privacy”
  5. In the “Cookies” you can deselect the cookies and save preferences

Safari

  1. Open Safari
  2. Choose “Preferences” in the toolbar, then select the panel “Security” in the dialog box that follows
  3. In the “Accept Cookies” you can specify if and when Safari should save the cookies from websites. For more information click on the Help button (labelled with a question mark)
  4. For more information about cookies that are stored on your computer, click “Show Cookies”