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Dear Sirs,

as required by the Privacy regulation, we provide you information about the processing of data needed to execute the Contract we stipulated with you, and for the related activities.

Following the Privacy regulation:

  1. We,


    are the Data Controller;

  2. You are the Data subject, and you have the rights and obligations listed below.

  1. Data processing

    1. The Data Controller, whose information is stated above, will process your data based on the principles of lawfulness, propriety, transparency, purpose limitation and storage, data minimization, accuracy, integrity and confidentiality.

  2. Purposes, Data categories and Legal basis for the Data processing

    1. The Data Controller will process your data for the following purposes:

      1. fulfil the contract, even before the conclusion of an agreement, if you required it, or any special requests from your side (such as, for instance, contact you to deliver services/items required or to inform you that the services/items required are ready/available);

      2. meet obligations arising from a contract;

      3. fulfil administrative, financial, accounting and/or fiscal obligations;

      4. fulfil any obligation required by law and/or an order of a Public Authority;

      5. eventually, to enforce or protect a right in court;

    2. The Data Controller will process the following data categories: name, surname, tax records, address, email address, telephone number (or other type of contact detail).

    3. The Legal basis for the Data processing activitiesare as follows, divided into Data categories:

      1. Identifying data: consent by the Data subject and/or need to fulfil the obligations as per 2.1 a-e;

      2. Tax records: need to fulfil the obligations as per 2.1 c-e.

  3. How Data are processed

    1. Data will be:

      1. collected in an electronic and/or hard copy format;

      2. stored digitally on computers and/or safeguarded in hard copy archives exclusively available to Data Controller;

      3. protected by any risk of destruction, modification, deletion and unauthorized access through efficient fisical, logistic and organizational security measures;

      4. furtherly processed, eventually as a hard copy, for the time and the reasons strictly necessary to implement the purposes stated above.

  4. Disclosure to Third parties and data sharing

    1. Data are eventually disclosed to Third parties (including Public or Judicial Authority) only to the extent strictly necessary to comply with the purposes stated above, or to only fulfil the legal requirements or an Authority order.

    2. Here are the Third parties’ categories:

      1. subjects needed for the execution of related activities following the Contract;

      2. appointed subjects and persons authorized by the Data Controller committed to confidentiality or having a proper legal obligation to confidentiality (for instance, Data Controller employees and colleagues);

    3. the Data Controller should be obliged to disclose data to comply with legal requirements or fulfil public authorities’ obligations, including the judicial authority.

    4. Data won’t be shared.

  5. Data storage and retention

    1. The Data Controller store your data as long as it is reasonably necessary for the purposes described in point 2 and, in any case, not over 15 years.

  6. Mandatory nature of data disclosure

    1. Data disclosure is:

      1. mandatory, for the execution of a contract or to comply with legal obligations or Public Authority orders;

      2. optional, for other services you eventually required.

  7. Consequences of refusing Data disclosure

    1. In the event you refuse to disclose your personal data, required as per point 6.1 a) above, we won’t be able to fulfil the agreement.

    2. In the event you refuse to disclose your personal data. required as per point 6.1 b) above, we couldn’t be able to offer the other services you eventually required.

  8. Data subject rights

    1. Data subject has the right to:

      1. access his/her Data owned by the Data Controller;

      2. correct and/or delete them (“right to be forgotten”);

      3. limit or object to the processing;

      4. request data portability;

      5. make a complaint to a Supervisory Authority.

    2. The Data subject also benefits from the rights stated in art. 7 of the Privacy Code, not expressly mentioned above (that is to obtain a confirmation of data existence and their disclosure in an intelligible form, where they are originated, the identification details of Data processors, the data anonymization and their blocking in case of breach of this Privacy Policy).



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