What personal data we collect and why we collect it
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Main features on the italian data protection code
The following information epitomizes the main features of article 13 of Legislative decree no.196/2003 concerning Italy’s new data protection code. Please kindly note the following:
SCOPE OF THE CODE
Your sensitive data will be processed in compliance with obligations for the fulfillment of legislative prescriptions of human resources, fiscal, financial or of different nature, both for administrative purposes (invoicing, etc.) and commercial relationships (contracts, orders etc.).
Data will be processed and stored by PCs and other computer-based systems. Archives will be made accessible to the designated data processors within the Company. The processing is subject to procedures that guarantee the privacy and safety of sensitive data.
The communication of personal data is obligatory.
CONSEQUENCES OF REFUSAL
If a data subject refuses to give consent to an obligatory data processing, this entails that the Company shall not be able to maintain the employment.
SUBJECTS TO WHOM DATA CAN BE COMMUNICATED
Sensitive personal data listed in this piece of information is not subject to diffusion.
RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS
As set forth by art. 7 of Legislative decree no.196/2005 ‘Right of access to personal data and other rights’ , the subject can obtain: The confirmation on the existent/lacking personal data on him, even when still unstored, and their communication in an intelligible way. The indication of data origin. The updating, amendment or, when there is a specific need, the integration of already existing data. The cancellation, the transformation into anonymous information or the blocking of data treated in breach of the law, included the ones of which it is not necessary the preservation due to the purpose for which data have been collected or successively treated. The attestation that the operations concerning letter c) and d) have been known, also concerning their content, of those to whom data have been communicated or diffused, except the cases where this fulfilment seems to be impossible or where it requires an employment of means manifestly disproportionate in comparison with the protected right.
ALL SUBJECTS CAN OPPOSE IN ALL OR IN PART
For reasons due to the treatment of personal data that may concern him, even if consistent with the purpose of storage. To the treatment of personal data that may concern him in order to send advertising material or of direct sale or for the completion of market searches or of commercial communication. These rights can be exercised by a request sent, without formality, to the owner or responsible, also by a person charged only when the interest one can show his identity without any delay.
OWNER OF THE PROCESSING
Owner of the treatment is Lara Perotti. For any enquiries, please contact us at email@example.com