PRIVACY OF PERSONAL DATA
Under Article. 13 of Legislative Decree. N. 196/2003 called “Code concerning the protection of personal data”, we inform you that personal data you provide to Casaleggio Associati srl or otherwise acquired by the Company in compliance with all legal and contractual provisions, will be handled in compliance with the aforementioned law and the privacy obligations.
PURPOSE OF PROCESSING
Personal data is collected in order to achieve the requirements related to the contractual obligations towards the person involved, as well as to the statutory legal and fiscal obligations, for the keeping of accounts, invoicing, for the management of credit, and also for sending communications and informative documentation, popularization and promotion.
METHOD OF TREATMENT
The data will be processed using instruments that guarantee security and confidentiality and can be performed using automated tools to store, manage and transmit the data.
NATURE OF DATA AND EFFECTS OF REFUSAL TO SUPPLY
Providing personal data is optional; However, in the absence of the same, or if it is refused consent to treatment according to the methods specified below, this will make it impossible to entertain any contractual relationship with the person concerned.
DATA MAY BE DISCLOSED
1 In the cases provided by law;
2 A society organizations or consortia that provide data processing services to our Company or carrying out instrumental or complementary activities to that of our company (accounting, financial statements, tax compliance) and by individuals to whom the communication of your personal data is necessary or however functional to the management of our relations;
3 To banks for the management of receipts and payments arising out of contracts;
4 Anonymously for purposes of scientific research or statistics;
5 Personal data will in no case transferred outside of the national territory.
Holder of the treatment the Casaleggio Associati srl, headquartered in Milan, Via G. Morone 6.
ART. 7: RIGHTS
In relation to the processing of personal data and in accordance with art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, the person concerned is entitled:
a) to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him and their communication in an intelligible form;
b) to obtain the indication of personal data, the purposes and methods of treatment, the logic applied to computerized processing, the identifying details of the owner and managers, the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data may be communicated or who can learn about them;
c) to obtain the indication of personal data, the purposes and methods of treatment, the logic applied to computerized processing, the identifying details of the owner and managers, the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data may be communicated or who can learn about them;
d) to oppose, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data, pertinent for collection purposes and, in any case, those provided for the purpose of sending advertising or direct sales material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication.
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