The Privacy Statement applies to the collection and use of personal information collected in certain circumstances, for example when you visit our website, inquire about our services, start a request per eMail or when you call us. Please take the time to read the following document, in which you can find information how House Tusculum uses this personal information, what kind of data is collected, how and to what purpose the data is used and what measures House Tusculum takes to protect your personal data.
Your right to personal privacy and data protection is of highy priority and House Tusculum strives to protect these rights.
(1) Why does House Tusculum collect personal information?
House Tusculum collects and uses personal information in order to offer easy access to our website and provide good services.
(2) What data is collected?
When your start a request your personal information is collected and stored. Only information relevant to the current situation will be requested. Normally this includes name, billing address, telephone number, e-mail address. House Tusculum takes the protection of your personal information seriously and promises, that your contact information is never sold or passed onto other vendors. There may be situations where House Tusculum is required by law or legal regulation to provide personal information.
Like most websites, information requested by us is automatically collected and saved in a protocol. This information includes internet protocol addresses (IP addresses), type of browser used, internet service provider (ISP), reference, operating and browser system, date and time.
(3) How does House Tusculum protect your personal information?
House Tusculum takes precautions, including administrative, electronic, and physical procedures, to protect your personal information from loss, theft and misuse, transmission, alteration, and deletion. The website employs the industry-standard TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption. Your personal information required in internet transactions is thereby better safeguarded.
(4) Integrity of your personal information
House Tusculum has taken security measures to ensure that your personal information for the intended purposes is correct, complete and up-to-date. Naturally, you have the right to change your information at any time. You can help us by making sure your contact information and default settings are correct, complete and up-to-date. At anytime you can request the cancellation of your personal stored data.
(5.1) What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is transfered to and stored on your device by a website’s server. The server will be able to retrieve or read the contents of that cookie in a later moment. It will contain some anonymous information such as a unique identifier, the site name and some digits and numbers. It allows a website to remember things like your language preferences or to session log-ins.
(5.2) Types of cookies
Technical cookies are used to make the website function correctly.
Third-party cookies are cookies that originate from other websites or web servers and serve the purposes of precisely this.
(5.3) How to disable cookies?
The option "I decline" only blocks cookies place by this website. Third-party cookies (such as from Google) can be disabled and blocked in your browser settings. When you disable cookies, the full functionality of this site is no longer given. Read more here: Firefox, Google, Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer
(5.4) Which third party cookies are used on this website?
(5.4.1) Use of YouTube videos
YouTube offers the setting "Advanced Privacy Mode" when embedding videos. For videos on this website, this setting has been activated. You can recognize this by the domain "https://www.youtube-nocookie.com". If extended privacy mode is enabled, Youtube will not store any information about the visitor to this website unless the visitor watches the video.
As soon as the visitor plays the YouTube videos Google creates the NID cookie. This cookie is used, among other things, to customize advertising in Google products such as Google search.
(5.4.2) Using OpenStreetMaps
(6) Information sheet in compliance with article 13 of law no. 196/03
In compliance with article 13 of law no. 196 of 30th June 2003, we hereby inform you that your personal information and data will be handled in our House Tusculum electronic and/or paper archives, in compliance with the measures laid down by law no. 196 on the handling of personal data and information. We hereby guarantee that all data and information will be treated as confidential and handled for the following purposes:
- compiling papers on order to fulfil the obligations required by the relevant laws and especially by the Single Text on Public Safety;
- answer to you enquiries;
Supplying the above data is compulsory and is required by a specific law. Without this information, it would be impossible to establish contractual relations. In order to make sure that this information is handled correctly, we ask you to inform us immediately of any changes to said data. You are informed that the data and information will only be transferred to The Public Safety Authority, in accordance with the obligation stated in article 109 of the Single Text on Public Safety. The data and information handling as required by the above is of no prejudice to the rights granted to you by article 7 of law 196/03.
(7) Questions regarding personal privacy rights
On 25 May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into force. It is therefore important to us to inform you that we take the new Data Protection Regulation and our responsibility seriously. This website is designed to collect as little personal data as possible and only such information that are relevant and necessary for the respective situation. You have the possibility to request the deletion of the transmitted personal data from our systems (e.g. e-mail accounts, files and databases...) at any time. Just send a short eMail to for this purpose. You will then receive a deletion confirmation.
Rights of the data subject: Information, correction, deletion and blocking, right of objection.