Please note all data provided by filling in the website “contact form” (also referred to as “mail form”), will be treated in compliance with the provisions set forth by law decree 196/2003, Rules for the protection of personal data.
The only purpose of the website Contact Form is to allow the users to contact, if desired, the website provider by sending, through the a/m form, an email.
This informative report contains personal data sent by the visitor/user upon filling in the contact form.
The data you voluntarily submit by filling in the form will be converted into an email that can be saved in the email inbox system used by the website holder.
1.WHY DO WE COLLECT PERSONAL DATA
The purposes for the treatment of your personal data are the following: the information you have entered will be used exclusively to contact you through the references you provided on the contact form, and to answer the queries contained in the message you sent through the form available on the website.
2.NATURE OF THE TREATED DATA AND PROCESSING METHODS
a) We treat only common data which are strictly necessary and pertinent to the purposes as of point 1 above.
b) The treatment of the conferred personal data is carried out by means of the operations or set of operations indicated by art.4 par. 1 letter a) Law Decree 196/2003.
c) The treatment is carried out directly by the holder’s administration.
3.CONFERMENT NATURE AND CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR REJECTION
You have no obligation to confer the website holder the personal data required by the contact form.
Provision of your data through the contact form is optional.
On the other hand, rejection to confer information for purposes of which at art.1 will prevent any contact with the website holder through the contact form available on the site.
The personal data collected through the contact form will be transmitted via email to the website provider, holder of the treatment.
You are entitled to exercise the rights defined by art.7 of law decree 196/2003 reported herewith, by writing to the website provider through the contact form. Art. 7. of law decree 196/2003, right to access personal data and other rights
1. The user has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence/non-existence of personal data concerning him, even if not yet registered and their communication in an understandable form.
2. The user has the right to obtain indications related to:
a) origin of the personal data;
b) purposes and processing methods;
c) logic applied in case of treatment by electronic devices;
d) holder’s, responsible persons’ and appointed representative’s identification data as set forth by on art.5 par.2;
e) subjects or subject categories to whom the personal data may be disclosed or that may be acknowledged as designated representative on the State territory, responsible individuals or people in charge.
3. The user is entitled to obtain.
a) update, amendment i.e. whenever required, data integration;
b) deletion, transformation in an anonymous form or block of the data treated in violation of the Law, including those for which preservation is unnecessary for the purposes for which the data have been collected or subsequently treated;
c) certification that the operations of which at letter a) and b) have been notified, also with regard to their content, to those to which the data have been communicated or disclosed, save for impossibility to comply with the above or compliance of the same would require means clearly disproportionate with regard to the protected right.
4. The user has the right to deny his approval, in full or in part for:
a) legitimate reasons connected to the treatment of his personal data, as well as pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
b) treatment of his personal data for advertising materials, direct sales, market surveys or commercial communications.
6.DURATION OF TREATMENT
The treatment will last no more than is necessary for the purposes for which the data were collected.