Privacy Policy

Information pursuant to Law No. 196/03 on the protection of personal data The processing of personal data is carried out in accordance with Legislative Decree 196/03 “Code for the protection of personal data”, of which the following articles are reported
Art. 7. Right of access to personal data and other rights
1. The data subject has the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him/her exist, regardless of their being already recorded, and communication of such data in intelligible form.
2. The person concerned shall have the right to obtain the indication: (a) the origin of the personal data; (b) the purposes and methods of the processing; c) the logic applied in case of processing carried out with the aid of electronic instruments; (d) the identification details of the holder, the persons responsible and the representative designated pursuant to Article 5 paragraph (2); e) the subjects or categories of subjects to whom the personal data may be communicated or who can learn about them as appointed representative in the territory of the State, managers or agents.
3. The interested party has the right to obtain: (a) updating, rectification or, where interested therein, integration of the data; b) the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed unlawfully, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed; (c) a statement that the operations referred to in points a) and b) have been brought to the knowledge, also as regards their content, of those to whom the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate to the protected right.
4. The interested party has the right to object, in whole or in part: a) for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even if pertinent to the purpose of collection; b) the processing of personal data concerning him/her for the purpose of sending advertising materials or direct selling or for carrying out market research or commercial communication. ——–
Art. 8. Exercise of rights
1. The rights referred to in Article 7 shall be exercised by means of a request addressed without formality to the holder or the person in charge, including through an appointee, to whom suitable feedback shall be provided without delay.
2. The rights referred to in Article 7 may not be exercised by request to the data controller or data processor or by recourse under Article 145 where the processing of personal data is carried out: (a) in accordance with the provisions of the Decree-Law 3 May 1991, no. 143, converted, with amendments, by Law July 1991, No. 197, as subsequently amended, on recycling; (b) in accordance with the provisions of the Decree-Law 31 December 1991,n. 419, converted, with amendments, by Law 18 February 1992,n. 172, as amended, on support for victims of extortion claims; (c) parliamentary committees of inquiry set up under Article 82 of the Constitution; (d) by a public entity, other than public economic entities, on the basis of an express legal provision, for purposes relating exclusively to monetary and exchange rate policy, the payment system, the control of intermediaries and credit and financial markets, and the protection of their stability; (e) pursuant to Article 24 paragraph 1, letter (f) limited to the period during which it could cause actual and concrete damage to the conduct of the investigations in defence or to the exercise of the right in court; (f) by providers of publicly available electronic communications services in respect of incoming telephone communications, unless this may cause actual and concrete prejudice to the conduct of the defensive investigations referred to in Law 7 December 2000, no. 397; (g) for reasons of justice, in judicial offices of all levels of justice or the Supreme Judicial Council or other bodies of self-government or the Ministry of Justice; (h) pursuant to Article 53, subject to the provisions of the law April 1, 1981, no. 121. 3. The Guarantor, also upon notification of the person concerned, in the cases referred to in paragraph 2, letters a), b), d), e) and (f) provide in accordance with Articles 157, 158 and 159 and, in the cases referred to in the letters c), g) and (h) of the same paragraph, shall do so in accordance with Article 160. 4. The exercise of the rights referred to in Article 7, when it does not concern data of an objective nature, may take place unless it involves the rectification or integration of personal data of an evaluative nature, relating to judgments, opinions or other subjective evaluations, as well as the indication of conduct to be held or decisions being taken by the data controller. —————————————————————
Art. 9. Mode of operation 1. The request addressed to the owner or manager can also be sent by registered letter, fax or e-mail. The Guarantor may identify another suitable system with reference to new technological solutions. When it concerns the exercise of the rights referred to in Article 7, paragraphs 1 and 2, the request may also be formulated orally and in this case it shall be annotated briefly by the person in charge or responsible. 2. In exercising the rights referred to in article 7, the interested party may grant, in writing, a delegation or power of attorney to natural persons, entities, associations or bodies. The interested party may also be assisted by a trusted person. 3. The rights referred to in Article 7 referring to personal data concerning deceased persons may be exercised by those who have an interest of their own, or act to protect the data subject or for family reasons worthy of protection. 4. The identity of the data subject shall be verified on the basis of suitable elements of assessment, including by means of available deeds or documents or by exhibiting or attaching a copy of an identification document. The person acting on behalf of the person concerned shall produce or attach a copy of the power of attorney, or of the power of attorney signed in the presence of an appointee or signed and presented together with an uncertified photocopy of an identification document of the person concerned. If the interested party is a legal person, a body or an association, the request is made by the natural person legitimized under their respective statutes or regulations. 5. The request referred to in Article 7, paragraphs 1 and 2, shall be made freely and without constraint and may be renewed, unless there are justified reasons, at an interval of not less than ninety days. –
Art. 10. Meeting with the interested party 1. In order to ensure the effective exercise of the rights referred to in Article 7, the data controller is required to take appropriate measures, in particular: (a) to facilitate access to personal data by the data subject, including through the use of special computer programs aimed at an accurate selection of data concerning identified or identifiable individuals; (b) to simplify the procedures and reduce the time taken to respond to the applicant, including in offices or departments responsible for public relations. 2. The data are extracted by the person in charge or persons in charge and may be communicated to the applicant also verbally, or offered for viewing by electronic means, provided that in such cases the understanding of the data is easy, also considering the quality and quantity of the information. If so requested, the data shall be transposed on paper or computer, or transmitted electronically. 3. Unless the request refers to a particular processing or specific personal data or categories of personal data, the response to the data subject includes all personal data concerning the data subject that is in any case processed by the data controller. If the request is addressed to a health care professional or to a health care body, the provision of Article 84(1) shall be observed. 4. When the extraction of the data is particularly difficult, the response to the data subject’s request may also take the form of the production or delivery of copies of documents containing the personal data requested. 5. The right to obtain communication of data in an intelligible form does not concern personal data relating to third parties, unless the breakdown of the data processed or the deprivation of certain elements makes the personal data relating to the data subject incomprehensible. 6. The communication of data is made in an intelligible form also through the use of comprehensible handwriting. In case of communication of codes or abbreviations, the parameters for understanding their meaning are provided, also through the persons in charge. 7. When, following the request referred to in Article 7, paragraphs 1 and 2, letters a), b) e (c) if the existence of data concerning the data subject is not confirmed, a contribution to costs not exceeding the costs actually incurred for the research carried out in the specific case may be requested. 8. The contribution referred to in paragraph 7 may not, however, exceed the amount determined by the Guarantor by a general measure, which may identify it as a lump sum in relation to the case in which the data are processed by electronic means and the answer is provided orally. With the same provision, the Guarantor may provide that the contribution may be requested when the personal data appear on a special medium whose reproduction is specifically requested, or when, with one or more holders, a considerable use of means is determined in relation to the complexity or extent of the requests and the existence of data concerning the person concerned is confirmed. 9. The contribution referred to in paragraphs 7 and 8 shall also be paid by postal or bank transfer, or by payment or credit card, where possible upon receipt of the acknowledgement and in any case no later than fifteen days after such acknowledgement.
Art. 11. Processing methods and data requirements 1. The personal data subject to processing are: (a) treated lawfully and fairly; (b) collected and recorded for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and used in other processing operations in terms compatible with those purposes; (c) accurate and, if necessary, updated; (d) relevant, complete and not excessive in relation to the purposes for which they are collected or subsequently processed; (e) kept in a form which permits identification of the data subject for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed. 2.
Personal data processed in violation of the relevant regulations on the processing of personal data may not be used.
This website uses e tracker technology ( to collect data on visitor behavior. This data is collected anonymously for use for marketing and optimization purposes.
All visitor data is saved using an anonymous user ID to create a usage profile. Data can be saved and collected by means of cookies, but remain strictly anonymous.
Such data will not be used to personally identify a visitor and will not be aggregated with personal information.
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The person responsible for the processing of personal data of visitors and customers is Bodotti Carlo and they are kept at our company headquarters in Via Case Soprane n° 22 18021 Borgomaro Imperia Italia .
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