In order to protect the personal data you have entrusted to us and it is considered that Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) of 27 April 2016, which enters into force on 25 May 2018, we would like you to we inform you that we have updated the policy and procedures to reflect the new regulations on the protection of personal data. You can read them on our website milanobluehotel.ro
In accordance with the above-mentioned regulation, you have the following rights: access, rectification and deletion of your data, the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of data and the right to oppose the processing of data, the right to restrict / limit the processing , the right to data portability, the right to obtain human intervention in the event of an individual automated decision and the right to lodge a complaint with the data processing supervisory authority. We have also adapted the newsletter to the new legal requirements. Your data remains secure.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact us at any time at [email protected] or at +40 (0) 748 941 881.
Hotel Milano Blue Mamaia protects your personal data in accordance with the new legislation in the field
Because you are a customer and part of the Milano Blue Mamaia community, we want to let you know that we have updated our Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy. We have also refined and improved our policies and practices to ensure the security and confidentiality of our personal data. -you made it available.
Personal data means any information by which a person can be identified: for example, name, surname, CNP (or other identification numbers), address (or other location data), name used online (or other online identifier), or any other elements that identify a certain person because they are specific to his physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity, etc.
“Processing” of personal data is a very general term for any operation performed on any personal data (or data sets) (with or without the use of automated means), for example: collection, registration, organization, structuring, storage, adaptation or modifying, extracting, consulting, using, disclosing by transmitting, disseminating or otherwise making available, aligning or combining, restricting, deleting or destroying them.
Hotel Milano Blue Mamaia processes personal data of the following natural persons concerned: clients of the hotel Milano Blue Mamaia), potential clients, visitors, collaborators / partners and representatives of individuals.
The general rule is that Hotel Milano Blue Mamaia does NOT disclose your personal data. However, for the fulfillment of the contract concluded with you or based on your agreement to receive marketing communications or for other legitimate interests or legal obligations, Hotel Milano Blue Mamaia discloses personal data to third parties or entities that support Hotel Milano Blue Mamaia in carrying out the activity (such as: IT providers including economic applications, online tools, banks, hosting service providers and marketing collaborators) as well as to the authorities.
Please read in full the Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy which, according to the new legislation, came into force on May 25th. We are confident that the changes will help you better understand how personal data is processed.
|Cookie name||Cookie type||Description / Completion||Provider||Expiration|
|_utma||Analytics (Terti)||Google. Inc.||Two years from the inauguration of the configuration or update|
|Functional||This cookie module (which is part of Google Analytics) keeps track of the number of visits a visitor makes to the site, when it was their first visit and when the last visit took place. Expires after 2 years.|
|_utmb||Analytics (Terti)||Google. Inc.||30 minutes from configuration or update|
|Functional||Used to create a timestamp from the moment a visitor enters a site. This cookie is part of Google Analytics along with the _utmc cookie. Expires after 30 minutes.|
|_utmc||Analytics (Terti)||Google. Inc.||End browsing session|
|Functional||Used to create a timestamp exactly when a visitor leaves the site. This cookie is part of Google Analytics along with the _utmb cookie. This cookie is deleted when the browser is closed.|
|_utmz||Analytics (Terti)||Google. Inc.||Six months from setup or upgrade|
|Functional||_utmz keeps track of the traffic from where the visitor accessed the site, what search engine used, what links he visited, what keywords he used, as well as the location where the user accessed the site. This cookie is part of Google Analytics. Expires after 180 days.|
|PHPSESSID||Necessary||Temporarily registers a variable related to the user's identity.||Milano Blue Hotel||End browsing session|
|_icl_current_language||Functional||It registers a variable through which it stores the linguistic variant chosen by the user.||Milano Blue Hotel||24 hours after the end of the session|
|_gat, _gat_awxoapTracker||Functional||It is used by Google Universal Analytics to limit the collection of data on high traffic sites.||Milano Blue Hotel||10 minutes after the end of the session|
|_ga||Functional||It is used by Google Universal Analytics to identify users, associating them with a unique number generated automatically.||Milano Blue Hotel||760 days from the end of the session|
|cookie_notice_accepted||Functional||Register whether the user accepted cookies or not when accessing the site the first time.||Milano Blue Hotel||30 days from the end of the session|
|trafic_h, trafic_v||Functional||Used for traffic statistics obtained with the help of trafic.ro service||Milano Blue Hotel||8555 zile (trafic_h), sesiune (trafic_v)|
|wfvt_3782209690||Functional||Used to check traffic by the Firewall module||Milano Blue Hotel||End browsing session|
|wordfence_verifiedHuman||Functional||Used to check traffic by the Firewall module||Milano Blue Hotel||24 hours after the end of the session|
|GAPS, GoogleAccountsLocale_session, GALX, LSID||Traffic info / Advertising||Used by Google+ to allow users to click the Google +1 button.||Google. Inc.||1 year from the end of the session|
|YSC, B, ACTIVITY, GEUP, PREF, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, demographics, LOGIN_INFO||Flash||Used by YouTube. They are set when the user clicks the Play button of a video.||Youtube||session (YSC, ACTIVITY), 8091 days (B), 2 years (GEUP), 1663 days (PREF), 240 days (VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE), 1431 days (demographics), 1621 days (LOGIN_INFO)|
|SID, SAPISID, APISID, SSID, HSID, NID, PREF||Traffic info / Advertising||Used by Google Maps to identify user activity and store user preferences.||Google. Inc.||730 days (SID), 1621 days (SAPISID, APISID, SSID, HSID, PREF), 1074 days (NID)|
|datr, x-src, fr, lu, locale, campaign_click_url||Traffic info / Advertising||Used by Facebook to track user activity.||1621 (datr, lu), 891 days (x-src), 921 days (fr), 898 days (local), 9 days (campaign_click_url)|
|trafic_ranking||Functional||Used by trafic.ro to store the unique user id||Trafic.ro||7907 days|
|ASP.NET_SessionId, aco, ADCConditionsV1, AID, acm, DeviceV2||Functional||Used by accuweather.com to detect the device and user preferences||accuweather.com||session (ASP.NET_SessionId, aco, ADCConditionsV1), 365 days (AID, DeviceV2), 3653 days (acm)|
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