NOTICE regarding personal data protection (pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30.06.2003)
Browsing the Site is free and does not require registration, except if the user wishes to make use of the available services.
Any communication of personal data transmitted through registration, binds the Company that owns the Site to write this notice outlining the purpose of the personal data and the manner in which they will be treated.
At any time, the user may request that their personal information is removed and updated, and they also have access to all of the rights they are entitled to according to art. 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, which can be consulted below.
This notice applies only to this Site and does not apply to any other sites which may be accessed by the Site through any links which may be present on the Site.
For clarity, a definition of personal data is provided according to art. 4, subparagraph I, letter b) of Legislative Decree 196/2003, as well the amended form of art. 40, subparagraph II, letter a), of Legislative Decree 6 December 2011, no. 201: “any information regarding a physical person, identified or identifiable, even if indirectly, by referring to any other information, including a personal identification number”.
Browsing this Site may constitute acceptance of the treatment of data belonging to identified or identifiable persons.
The Data controller is the individual enterprise Belluzzi Andrea, with head office in Italy, at Via Nuova 3/A, C.A.P. 46026, Quistello (MN), VAT no. IT 02545220200, certified email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, registered in the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Mantova, and in the Business Register with tax code and inscription number BLLNDR74T23H143K.
Mr. Andrea Belluzzi.Person responsible for the treatment of the data
The Data controller has appointed Mr. Andrea Belluzzi, to be the person responsible for the treatment of personal data. It is possible that other individuals may be appointed to be responsible for treating the data, and also that the responsibility is shared between said individuals, known as the “Persons in charge”, whose appointment will be done through a formal written declaration and date of appointment.
Place where the data will be treated
The treatment of the data connected to the fulfilment of the services offered by the Site are primarily carried out through the server which hosts the Site; and said devices are located at the premises of the following Internet Service Provider: Siteground Spain S.L. where the data is stored in a secure and protected place, both in terms of potential physical damage and unauthorised access.
Types of data treated
During normal browsing of the Site, the software settings enable the acquisition of personal data, the transfer of which is inherent to the operating environment of the Internet: namely, the names of the Internet domain, names of the computers used by the Clients who connect to the Site, the email addresses, the IP numbers, access times, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, or the number indicating the status of the response from the server (successful, error), etc.
Said data, which is only stored for the amount of time which is strictly necessary to render the service provided by the Site, is used for the sole purpose of enabling anonymous statistical analysis of the operation of the site, its correct operation, as well as to determine responsibility in the event of a computer-based attack on the site. The data is deleted immediately after being used.
The data is not collected in order to obtain further information other than what is simply contained in the data by linking it to data held by third parties.
Data provided willingly by the Client
Voluntarily sending a message to the email address published on the site authorises the site to store the sender’s email and other possible information included in said message for the purpose of fulfilling future requests made by the sender.
This site does not use persistent cookies, or systems for tracking and commercially profiling the user.
The use of so-called session cookies (which are not stored permanently on the user’s computers and deleted when the browser is closed) is strictly limited to the transfer of session identifiers (comprising random numbers generated by the server), which are necessary to allow the Site to be used safely and efficiently.
The use of this kind of cookie avoids using other techniques which potentially invade browsing privacy, and it does not involve collecting personal data which could be used to identify the user.
Data transfer option
Though the user remains absolutely free to provide or not provide their personal information when requested by the Site manager, or when completing forms or making selections from drop-down menus, or by sending email messages, they are informed that refusing to provide the requested data may make it impossible for the services available on the Site to be provided, in full or in part, based on the Site’s operating logic.
Method of treatment
The personal data will be treated only for the period which is strictly necessary to provide the services offered on the Site, be it through automated, digital, or analogue means, and also on paper. In any case, specific safeguards are in place to prevent the loss, misuse, or unauthorised access to the data, namely: the use of specifically coded standard procedures, the installation of alphanumeric authentication credentials (passwords), proceduralised techniques and periodic data back-up tools, safe and protected storage of paper material.
The data may also be treated to comply with legal obligations; nevertheless, any use of the data for personal reasons is ruled out.
Rights of the Interested Party
Any interested party, at any time, has the right to obtain confirmation regarding the existence or otherwise of personal data about them, and to be made aware of the content and the origin of said data, and to verify its accuracy and request that it is updated or amended, according to Art.7 legislative decree 196-2003.
The interested party also has the right to request that their information is deleted or changed, while remaining anonymous, and to block unlawful use of their data, and to oppose any further treatment for legitimate reasons.
Any such request from the interested party can be sent to the certified email address published on the site (email@example.com), or be sent by mail to Belluzzi Andrea, Via Nuova 3/A, C.A.P. 46026, Quistello (MN), Italy.
Art. 7 D.L.vo n. 196 of 30.06.2003
“Right to access to personal data and other rights”
1. The interested party has the right to obtain confirmation regarding the existence or non-existence of their personal data, even if they are not yet registered, and to said data being communicated in an intelligible manner.
2. The interested party has the right to obtain details regarding:
a) the origin of the personal data;
b) their purpose and treatment;
c) the logic applied in the case of data treatment carried out using electronic equipment;
d) the identity of the owner, the person responsible, and the designated representative as per article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the persons or category of persons to whom the personal data may be communicated or who may gain knowledge of said data in the capacity of designated representative in the territory of the State, or as the person responsible or agent.
3. The interested party has the right to obtain:
a) updates and amendments to the data, or, if desired, integration of the data;
b) the cancellation, anonymous transformation, or blocking of unlawfully treated data, including data which does not need to be stored given the purpose for which the data was collected or subsequently treated;
c) certification that the operations in letter a) and b) have been made known, including with regard to their content, to the persons to whom the data has been communicated or disclosed, except in the case where compliance in this regard is not possible or constitutes a manifestly disproportionate use of the protected right.
4. The interested party has the right to object, in whole or in part: a) due to legitimate reasons regarding the treatment of stored personal data, even if pertinent to the scope of the data collection; b) to the use of personal data for the purposes of sending direct advertising or sales material or for performing market surveys or delivering other types of business communications.
Last updated September 2019