Information about the protection of personal data pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR")
The Regulation (EU) 2016/679 ("GDPR") provides for the discipline aimed at protecting individuals and other subjects with respect to the processing of personal data. Pursuant to the aforementioned legislation, the processing of your personal data will be based on principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency and protection of your privacy and your rights. The company DIMORE VERONA SRL, with registered offices at CORSO CASTELVECCHIO 25 - 37122 VERONA (VR), hereinafter, the "Company"), as data controller, provides you with the following information pursuant to art. 13 of the GDPR:
The "Personal data protection code" (Lgs. D. n. 196 of 30.6.2003,) under art. 13 specified at section 1, letters a/f requires that the interested party be informed about the fundamental elements of personal data processing; the undersigned company fully complies informing you that:
PURPOSES OF COLLECTION
All data collected and communicated to the interested parties, is processed exclusively for the purposes connected with our business activity, in particular: for entering your vital statistics into company databases; for processing internal statistics; for providing offers and quotations to current and/or prospective clients; for issuing offer requests to current and/or potential suppliers; for keeping the accounts and computing VAT amounts; fulfilling obligations deriving from a contract to which you are a party or otherwise satisfying any requests you may place as conditions for the contract to be formed; complying with any and all statutory requirements and regulations under EU and domestic law; managing the clientele; managing suppliers; handling any dispute or litigation.
Personal data will be collected for the aforementioned purposes only and may be processed either on paper or digitally, using information or telecommunications systems across a closed or an open network, and in such a way as to guarantee secure and confidential processing in compliance with all applicable law. This notice applies to data: collected from you directly (art. 13, sec.1) or from third parties (art. 13 sec.4) or from public records, lists or documents in keeping with all statutory requirements regulating access to such records (art. 24, sec.1 letter c).
NATURE AND CONSEQUENCES OF REFUSAL TO DISCLOSE PERSONAL DATA
Disclosure of personal date may be: mandatory under domestic or EU law or regulations: in these cases, a refusal to disclose personal data will make it impossible for us to form a contract with you in the first place; disclosure may otherwise be optional yet be a condition of satisfactory performance: in these cases, any nondisclosure will adversely affect the quality of such performance.
DISCLOSURE TO THIRD PARTIES
The aforementioned personal data must be kept confidential and may be disclosed only to the two classes of recipients as follows:
- postal or delivery services; banks or other lending institutions; debt collection agencies; law firms; insurance companies; computer service and maintenance businesses; firms and/or professionals providing us with accounting or fiscal services or other services connected with our activity, etc.;
- company employees responsible for service provision, bookkeeping and invoicing, or sales and marketing of goods and services, as well as agents, sales representatives or other salespersons, contractors and freelancers and firms or professionals providing us with consultation services connected with our activity
DATA SUBJECT’S RIGHTS
Under Article 7 of the Privacy Code, you are entitled to access further information not included in this notice. This means that you may obtain from us confirmation as to whether any data relating to you is in our possession, even if such data has not yet been recorded, and you may have such data communicated to you in an intelligible form.
The subject has the right to obtain information about:
the source of any personal data we possess relating to you, the purposes and methods for processing such data, the logic involved in any automatic processing of the data, the identity of the data processor and data controller and of any representative designated by the controller pursuant to Article 5. sec.2 of the Code, the identity of the recipients or classes of recipients to whom the data may be communicated, and the identity of anyone who may access the data as a representative designated by the controller and established in the territory of the state or as a data processor, including anyone the latter may entrust with data processing.
The subject has the right to request that:
any data pertaining to him be updated, rectified, or integrated, and that any such data be erased, rendered anonymous, or blocked if processed in violation of applicable law, and this applies as well to data stored for purposes other than those for which the data was collected or subsequently processed.
The subject has the right to object, in full or in part:
on legitimate grounds, to processing of personal data even if such processing is pertinent to the purpose of collection, and may further object to processing undertaken for the purposes of direct marketing, understood as communication to him of any advertising or marketing material, or for the purpose of carrying out market research.
The aforementioned rights may be exercised simply by way of an informal request directed at the data controller or at one of the data processors, or at anyone the latter may have entrusted with data processing. The request directed at the data controller Dimore Verona S.r.l. may be also transmitted by certified return-receipt mail, by phone or fax at n° / or by email at the address: .
THE DATA CONTROLLER
Dimore Verona srl
Corso Castelvecchio n.25, 37122,Verona
P. IVA: 04053350239