PRIVACY POLICY (Italian Decree Law n. 196/2003)

Your personal data will be processed on paper and electronic format, using manual and computerised tools, while adopting appropriate measures to ensure security and confidentiality of supplied data.

You have the right to refuse the collection and usage of your personal information. However, your refusal to provide all or part of the required information will deny access to the required service.

The data processor is [Nome Privacy] [Cognome Privacy]   with legal office at [Indirizzo Privacy] – [Cap Privacy] [Città Privacy] - Tel. [Telefono Privacy] Fax [Fax Privacy] - Email: [Email Privacy]. Please note that the data processor is an individual entity. You may request an updated version of this document and the complete list of data processors by contacting the above person.

You may contact the data processor to exercise your rights under article 7 of the Italian Decree Law n.196/2003, which for your convenience we have translated below.

Art. 7 Right to access to personal data and other rights

1. You have the right to verify whether or not your personal data have been collected, even if not recorded yet, and have them communicated to you in intelligible form.

2. You have the right to obtain information: a) on the origin of the personal data; b) on the purposes and methods of processing; c) on the logic applied in case of data processing with electronic means; d) on the identity of the owner, and the representative appointed under article 5, paragraph 2 of the above Decree; e) subjects or categories of persons to whom the data may be communicated or who can learn about them as appointed representative in the State, managers or agents.

3. You have the right to obtain the: a) updating, amendment or, when interested, integration of your data; b) deletion, transformation in anonymous form or the blocking of any personal data that were illegally processed, including data the retention and collection of which is unnecessary for the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently processed; c) certification that the operations specified in letters a) and b) have been notified to those to whom the data were communicated or disclosed, unless this requirement is impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared to the right that is to be protected.

4. You have the right to object, in whole or in part: a) on legitimate grounds, to the processing of your personal data, even if they are relevant to the purpose of the data collection; b) to the processing of personal data for purposes of sending advertising materials or direct selling or for carrying out market surveys or commercial communication.