Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 is the law, which aims to ensure that the processing of your personal data will be in respect of human rights and freedoms and dignity of persons, with particular reference to privacy and the right to your personal identity. Therefore, this information is provided pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 (the “Privacy Code”) and completes the App information.
1. Purpose of treatment
Pursuant to art. 13 of the Privacy Code, the personal data you provide when registering to the App, or otherwise acquired when contacting Run The World, will be processed for the purposes relating to offer to leisure and business travellers key info to let them independently discover (or re-discover) a tourism destination while running, and provide the Users with the best routes to run.
After registering to the Website or App, we could send you e-mails relating to services similar to those we already provided, pursuant to art. 130, paragraph 4 of the Privacy Code. You may object to receiving such e-mails sent at any time by simply unsubscribing from our mailing list.
2. Personal Data Holder
The holder and controller of the data collected through the Website and App is:
Run The World independently establishes the purposes and methods of the Personal Data processing, as well as the safety procedures to be applied to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data of visitors who access and browse the Website or App (hereinafter the "Users" and, in the singular, the “User”).
3. Data Controller for the processing of personal data.
Run The World’s managing director is the person in charge of controlling the personal data and guarantees our visitors the full respect of the privacy and data security rules.
4. Processing your Personal Data.
Visiting or taking advantage of the services proposed by Website and App may require the processing of certain Personal Data.
Personal Data are collected by Run The World in accordance with the terms provided by Privacy Code, with respect to the minimum security standards (artt. 33-34) and its treatment by means of computer (art. 35), manual and automated tools, in order to achieve the above indicated purposes and to guarantee the privacy and security of your data.
Run The World’s processing of personal data could be optional or mandatory for the purposes above written. The possible refusal to communicate to Run The World mandatory information containing personal data could prevent Run The World from achieving the indicated purposes, such as providing services available through the Website and App.
5. Use of “Localization” function on Run The World
When using the App, if the mobile device‘s GPS is enabled, the localization data regarding User’s run or other activity will be loaded on the personal account so that his geographical position can be visualized on the maps containing the running routes proposed by the App.
Run The World automatically and collect and process anonymously information about Users actual location, using GPS signals sent by Users mobile devices. This information are used by Run The World Use for the only purpose of providing the User with a real time tracking during the run.
6. User’s Rights.
You always have the right to request and obtain information from Run The World regarding the methods of data distribution, on the origin of personal data, on the purposes and methods of processing Personal Data, on the logic applied in case of processing with the aid of electronic instruments, on the identity of the holder or of potential and additional controllers, as well as on the subjects or categories of persons to whom the data may be communicated as in charge of controlling personal data.
You will also have a permanent right to obtain from Run The World:
To ensure that your personal data are always accurate, current, relevant and complete, you are requested to report to Run The World any subsequent variations through the mail address
You may, in any case, oppose, in whole or in part, to the processing of personal data if you prove the presence and soundness of legitimate reasons to object.
You may also object to the processing of your Personal Data concerning if these are used for sending advertising material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication. However, article 130, paragraph 4, of the Privacy Code states that personal data can be used for the promotion and sale of products similar to those already purchased, without the need to acquire an express agreement and except for the case where the User has expressly denied the right to use the email address provided for this purpose.
The processing of personal data is also subject to the new rules of simplification of data’s processing for administrative and accounting purposes, content in the Provision of the Guarantor of 19th may 2008. According to this Provision, the User's postal address can be used to send along with administrative and accounting documents also advertising about products similar to those already purchased, increasingly on condition that the User has not expressly refused such use.
The right to object to the use for commercial and promotional purposes of your postal address and email address may be exercised by writing to Run The World which undertakes to give a prompt feedback.
7. Run The World’s Commitments.
Run The World is committed to:
8. Personal data processing
The Users' personal data is mostly processed electronically by Run The World and other parties carefully selected for their reliability and competence. Such third parties carry out operations to achieve the data processing purposes strictly related to use of the Website and App (see next paragraph "Parties who may process your personal data").
The specific purposes of the processing are summarized from time to time in the information that, pursuant to art. 13 of the Privacy Code, is necessarily presented to the Users releasing their personal information.
By way of example, but not limited to, personal data may be processed in the following cases:
In processing the Users’ personal data Run The World undertakes to respect the principle of strict necessity, and therefore excludes the personal data processing where the objectives pursued can also be achieved by using anonymous data (such as, for example, in market research aimed at improving services).
Your data will be disclosed to third parties only with your consent, except in cases where communication is required by law or where the consent is not required; in such cases, the data may be made available to third parties who will process them independently and exclusively for such purposes (e.g., in the case of request made by the police or by the courts or other competent authorities, or to perform obligations arising by the contract).
Any other processing purposes different from those for which you provided your personal data, will be highlighted in this form processed by Run The World only after obtaining your express consent (which may happen, for example, in case of customer profiling based on purchase’s preferences and habits).
There are, however, certain data processing for which the current legislation provides for the exclusion of consent: for example, we inform you that Run The World can process your personal data without your consent when this is necessary to fulfil a legal obligation or when it is necessary to give effect to the obligations assumed by contract (for example, if you have bought our products or if you have requested specific services through the Website and App).
We also inform you that your personal data will not be transferred abroad to countries which are not member of the E.U. and which do not provide a sufficient level of privacy protection. In case this is necessary to provide you the services or to undertake a contract with Run The World for the purchase of products, we ensure that the transfer of personal data to countries that do not belong to the European Union and which do not ensure an adequate level of protection, will be executed only after Run The World has signed specific agreements with such entities in accordance with law and applicable regulations.
Run The World reserves the right to delete accounts and all related data in case of illegal contents, harmful to the image of Run The World and/or its products or third parties’ image, or otherwise offensive or that promote illegal, defamatory or pornographic activities, or that incite violence, promote discrimination based on race, sex, religion and sexual orientation.
9. Safety measures.
Run The World adopts the necessary security measures in order to minimize the risk of destruction or loss - even accidental - of unauthorized access or not allowed processing or not in accordance with the purposes of collection of Users’ personal data.
However, Run The World cannot guarantee to its Users that the security measures of the Website and App and the data transmission are able to limit or exclude any risk of unauthorized access or of data’s dispersion by User’s devices resulting from, for example, not appropriate software for the protection of data’s transmission in Internet both incoming and outgoing (such as updated antivirus systems).
10. Links to other Web sites.
Run The World does neither control nor monitor such web sites or their content. As a result, Run The World cannot be responsible for the content and rules of such sites, also with regard to privacy and processing of personal data during your navigation operations. Such links do not imply any recommendation or report from Run The World, or any guarantee of their contents, services or goods.
You may request to Run The World more information on how we treat your personal information upon written request to the address
If you want to know your rights and any amendments to the legislation concerning the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, you may want to visit the website of the Guarantor for the protection of personal data (www.garanteprivacy.it).
12. Governing Law
The Code ensures that the processing of personal data will be in respect of human rights and freedoms and dignity of persons, with particular reference to privacy, your personal identity and the right to personal data protection.