ACRA, as it’s commitment towards their supporters, sympathizers and anyone else who comes in contact with its initiatives, takes every precaution to guarantee the maximum confidentiality and privacy of the data collected.
This attention is not limited to compliance with current legislation on the subject, but represents a manifestation of deep respect for those who come into contact with us.
Indeed, we believe that the protection of personal data is an act consistent with the moral commitment that distinguishes our mission.
The Data Controller of personal data is ACRA itself, with headquarters in via Lazzaretto 3, 20124, Milan,
privacy @ migrantourguide.eu
By writing to
firstname.lastname@example.org at any time you will be able to exercise your rights recognized by the European Regulation 2016/679 ‘GDPR’ and thus know what personal data referable to you we have, modify it, delete it and object to any further processing. Download and fill out this form to send your requests.
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Types of cookies used
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Specifically, the following is a list of the main cookies used on the Site and their descriptions and functionality, including their time duration.
1) Type of Cookie First Part Functional
Origin: Migrantour guide
Purpose: Retrieve user settings (save timezone)
Duration: Session cookie
2)Type of Cookie First Part Functional
Origin: Migrantour guide
Purpose: Retrieve user settings (returning visitor)
Duration: Session cookie
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