We’ll show you everything you need to know about information gathered through community-dental.com – hereafter referred to as the “website”.
You will find out why we require personal data, how it is stored, how long we keep it and how it is processed.
1. PERSONAL DATA
1.1: GENERAL NOTES
It is important to know that all personal data is collected only after you have given your explicit consent.
What personal data do we request via online forms?
• your name
• phone number
• Email Address
• information about your health
This website has a security certificate installed – which means that all the information transmitted through it is safe (the data is encrypted).
We also inform you that the data provided by you is not passed on to third parties.
The reason for requesting, storing and processing your personal information is detailed in the following sections:
1.2: DATA COLLECTED BY THE PROGRAMMING FORM
The personal data requested through the appointment form are your name and contact information (email address or phone number).
The information provided about your health is at your fingertips.
The purpose of requesting this data is to facilitate the planning of a future visit to the medical office.
This personal data is not stored by the website.
The collected data is sent via an email to the attending physician.
2.1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
2.2: WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small files saved on your device (laptop, tablet, phone) while visiting the website.
They are generated by uploading a web page or when submitting an online form.
You should know that they do not pose a threat to data privacy or online security because they can be accessed only by the website that generated them or by you, the user.
Their life can range from a few minutes to a few months (or until you delete them).
2.3: COOKIE ROLES
The role of cookies is to store certain (limited) information between your different visits.
For example, this site saves a cookie on your device when you agree to the terms and conditions of use of the website.
Cookies can only be used to save simple data in the “name = value” format.
For the example above, the cookie saved by the website would be in the form of “accept = terms.”
So, on your next visit, “the website knows” you have already accepted the terms – and will not display that information window by default.
2.4: WEB SITES COOKIES
First, cookies can be:
• custom cookies (generated by the website)
• third-party cookies (Google Analytics)
Own cookies do not store personal data.
Among the cookies generated by the website we mention:
• last visited specialty (to display relevant articles)
Third-party cookies are used to analyze online traffic.
2.5: COOKIES DELAY
The vast majority of cookies have a reduced shelf life – which means that after a certain amount of time they are automatically deleted.
However, you must know that you have total control over them.
You can set your browser (Google Chrome, Firefox) not to accept them at all, or you can delete the cookies used by the website.
3: YOUR RIGHTS
Because you have the right to information, you may request further details about the information we ask for or the cookies used by the website.
You also have the right to change the data and the right to delete your personal data.
You may request at any time the rectification, completion or deletion of personal data you have provided.
You may at any time have the right to withdraw consent with respect to the processing of personal data.
4: FINAL NOTES
We are at your disposal for further clarification.
You can complain about the way personal data are processed to the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing.