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as per Art. 13, Legislative Decree no. 196 dated 30 June 2003

As “Data Controller” FASP AUTOMAZIONI di Folco Rinaldo & Antonio s.n.c. having its registered office in 36075 Montecchio Maggiore (VI) via Chemello 22 – Italy, wish to inform you that the Legislative Decree no. 196 dated 30 June 2003 “Protection of personal data Code” (known as “Privacy Code”) protects the persons and other subjects from unlawful data processing. This law states that the persons who process personal data are obliged to inform the “data subjects” of the nature of the data processed and of how and where they will be processed. The processing shall be done lawfully and fairly, clearly and shall respect your rights and privacy.

As per Art. 13 Legislative Decree no. 196 dated 30 June 2003 we provide you with this information:

  1. Nature of the processed data

    We process your registry office data (name, surname, address, telephone number, fax number, e-mail) your fiscal data and those of economic nature that are necessary for the development of the contract relations with you. The processing will probably concern sensitive data as per Legislative Decree no. 196 dated 30 June 2003.
  2. Purpose of the processing

    Your data will be processed to comply with the contract, legal, fiscal obligations and to allow a suitable management of the financial and commercial relations. The data will be processed for the entire duration of the contractual relation and after for the fulfilment of the law obligations, for administrative and commercial matters, and in order to create a historical archive.
  3. Modality of the processing

    The data processing will be developed by using suitable tools which can guarantee security and privacy. The data processing will be carried out with paper and/or electronic tools and also by Internet.
  4. Obligation or right to give data and consequences of eventual rejection

    The conferment of personal data as stated in point 1 is necessary to take into consideration your request, therefore, the eventual total or partial rejection of that conferment could make following your request impossible.
  5. Communication and dissemination

    Your data could be communicated (with this term, we mean giving knowledge to one or more specific subjects) to these companies/persons: - Persons in Charge of the Processing in our company, such as technicians, administrative and commercial personnel; -External Persons in Charge outside our company, both in Italy and abroad, within the limits necessary to execute auxiliary tasks, particularly the shipping-agents, the technicians who give assistance and the agents; - Our consultants, within the limits necessary to execute the tasks given by our company; - Persons who can have access to the data because the law, regulations, or communitarian norms allow it within the limits they indicate. Your data could be disseminated (with this word we mean disclosing personal data to unidentified entities in any form whatsoever including by making available or interrogating such data ) only after explicit consent, through their publication in specialized journals/brochures and on our website.
  6. “Data subjects” rights Herein we report art. 7 Legislative Decree no. 196 dated 30 June 2003 in order to remind you of your rights which you are entitled to:
    1. A data subject shall have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him exist, regardless of their being already recorded, and communication of such data in intelligible form.
    2. A data subject shall have the right to be informed: a) of the source of the personal data; b) of the purposes and the methods of the processing; c) of the logic applied to the processing, if the latter is carried out with the help of electronic means; d)of the identification data concerning data controller, data processors and the representative designated as per Section 5 (2); e)of the entities or categories of entity to whom or which the personal data may be communicated and who or which may get to know said data in their capacity as designated representative(s) in the State’s territory, data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the processing.
    3. A data subject shall have the right to obtain: a) updating, rectification or, where interested therein, integration of the data; b) erasure, anonymization or blocking of data that have been processed unlawfully, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purpose for which they have been collected or subsequently processed; c) certification to the effect that the operation as per letters a) and b) have been notified, as also to their contents, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected.
    4. A data subject shall have the right to object, in whole or in part, a)on legitimate grounds, to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection; b)to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, where it is carried out for the purpose of sending advertising materials or direct selling or else for the performance of market or commercial communication survey.
    The requests shall be sent to the “Data Controller” to this e-mail or through registered mail to the following address: 36075 Montecchio Maggiore (VI) Via Chemello 22, Italy.

  7. No obligation to give consent for the processing of the data

    According to the legislative measure of the Garante 19th June 2008 “simplification of some fulfilment regarding the processing for administrative and accountant aims in both public and private areas” the “Data Controller” is not obliged to obtain the “data subjects’” consent when:
    1. The data processing is also done according to the fulfilment of contractual, pre-contractual or norm obligations exclusively developed for administrative and accounting aims, or if the data come from public registers and public lists accessible to anyone, or are related to the development of economic activities, or are processed by a public subject;
    2. A product has been sold or a service has been offered in the ordinary administrative and accounting ambit. In these cases the “Data Controller” can use the “data subjects’” addresses (e-mail and home addresses) without their consent in order to send advertising material, or his own direct sales, or for market researches, or for commercial communications but only, if all these promotional activities regard goods and services similar to goods which have already been sold and by the same “Data Controller”, and the “data subjects” are informed of the possibility to oppose themselves to the processing, simply and free of charge, at any time also by e-mail, fax or telephone, and to obtain immediate confirmation of the processing interruption at the time of the gathering or of the sending of any communication.
Last update: 31/03/2010


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