DISCLOSURE AND CONSENT
Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 – Privacy Code
With the entry into force of Italian Legislative Decree 196/03 which lays down provisions for the protection of persons and other subjects with regard to the processing of personal data, the Subject in the heading, as Data controller, is required to provide some information regarding the use of personal data. We therefore inform you that the personal data provided, or otherwise acquired in conformity with the legislative and contractual provisions in force and inherent, connected and/or instrumental to existing relationships, may be processed in compliance with the above-mentioned legislation and the obligations of confidentiality.
Processing of personal data means the collection, recording, organization, retention, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, communication, dissemination, deletion, and destruction of personal data, or the combination of two or more of these operations.
Purposes of the processing for which the data are intended
The data will be processed for purposes related to mutual obligations arising from existing relationships, and in particular to fulfil:
Data processing methods
The data will be processed using instruments suitable for guaranteeing security and confidentiality. Manual and automated means (both computerised and telematic) that are suitable for storing, managing, and transmitting the data will be used.
The personal data in our possession will be collected directly or may be collected from third parties. In the former case, the Data subject will receive the privacy notice when their data is collected; in the latter case, it will be sent to him or her when they register or, if their disclosure is planned, no later than when the first communication is received.
The aforementioned personal data will be processed in accordance with the methods cited in Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003, which indicates, among other things, that said data must be:
Data processing is carried out by the Data processor, if there is one, and by the appointees appointed in advance on the basis of Articles 29 and 30, who operate under the control and responsibility of the Data controller.
Categories of subjects to whom the data may be disclosed
The personal data provided will not be subject to dissemination.
The personal data provided may be communicated to subjects to whom the communication of said personal data is necessary or functional for managing the existing contractual relationship, for example:
Consequences of refusing consent
It will be impossible to fulfil business relationship and contractual obligations if the Data subject refuses to authorise the processing of his/her data.
Rights of the Data subject
In relation to the aforementioned processing, you may exercise the rights set forth in Article 7 below:
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