Privacy Policy

Registration on ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy website is free and not binding.

ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy is the owner of the personal data concerning registration.

To register to ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy you must accept the terms of use of the platform and choose a username and password.

Registration enables you to receive information and updates (including commercial) on the ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy initiatives and on the ones of its subsidiaries and / or affiliates and / or Sponsors. If you do not want to receive the newsletter you can unsubscribe from the service at any time.

Access to “reserved area” is allowed only to health professionals and the data related to the profession of the visitors will consequently be required.

ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy, therefore, reserves the right to verify the accuracy of such information. In particular, ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy will process personal data for statistical purposes with IT tools, and if necessary manual tools, however, to ensure the safety of the information.

The password is personal and not transferable. It is strictly forbidden to assign to third parties. Therefore each user must take the necessary steps to keep it safe and to prevent third parties from accessing it. Each user is responsible for his password in the event that the use of the latter damages ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy. If you suspect that your password has been used by third parties, you are required to communicate it as soon as possible by sending an email to info@ise.surgery

Upon registration are some personal information requested (name, surname, email, profession, interests). Personal information is requested in order to take advantage of special services on the site.

Interested parties may at any time assert against ISE – Italian School of Endoscopy of the rights they enjoy on the basis of the provisions of art. 7 et seq. of the aforementioned Decree. 196/03 and EU Regulation 2016/679 on
personal data protection (GDPR) by sending an email to info@ise.surgery

The Data Controller processes Personal Data by taking appropriate security measures to prevent unauthorized access, disclosure, modification or destruction of personal data. Processing is carried out using IT and / or telematic tools, with organizational methods and with logic strictly related to the purposes indicated.

Given that those who provide their personal data have rights and safeguards required by European and national legislation in force, such as access, correction, oblivion, or limitation of data portability, the purpose for which the Controller collects the user’s data is to provide his services for the purposes set out in the agreements with the user itself or:

Interaction with social networks and external platforms
Contact with the user
Access to the services offered
Receiving periodic newsletter
The user can request to view his personal data and receive:

a summary of these personal data and the categories of personal data stored;
detailed information related to the purpose for which they are or will be processed;
detailed information on the recipients or categories of recipients to whom they are or could be disclosed, even if they are abroad, and on which protective measures are implemented for such transfers abroad;
detailed information on the period for which they are stored (or the criteria we use to establish how much time should be retained);
detailed information on your rights, including rights to rectification, cancellation, restriction or opposition to processing;
any information available on the origin of such data;
clarifications concerning an automated decision-making process, or profiling activity, and where this occurs, information on the logic adopted and the expected result or the consequences of this decision-making process or of such profiling activities;
clarifications on which guarantees are in place where personal data were transferred outside the EEA (European Economic System) The user’s requests related to his personal data must be sent to the Data Controller specifying what personal data he needs to access.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act, the user may request the temporary interruption of the processing of your personal data if:

does not believe that your data is accurate (but you will resume treatment as soon as it is checked and confirmed to be accurate);
the processing is illegal but does not wish to erase your data;
there is no longer any need for personal data for the treatment process, but it needs data to determine, exercise or defend a right in court;
he opposed the treatment because he believes that his interests must prevail on the bases on which his personal data are processed.