Under the GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament, with particular reference to Article13, and the Council of27 April 2016, Suprema S.R.L, as Owner and Manager of treatment, is required to provide you with information regarding the use of your personal data.
2. Purpose of data processing
The personal data collected by the Holder is used for the following purposes:
- administration and accounting/fiscal management of the business;
- performing services and supplies;
- fulfillment of contracts, mandates or assignments;
- advice/information in pre-contract stages;
- management and protection of their websites.
3. Legal basis for treatment
- The data is processed according to the consent and legitimate interest of the Owner (Art. 6.1.f). The provision of data and therefore consent to the collection and processing of data is optional, you may deny consent and may revoke at any time a consent already provided by contacting the Controller of treatment.
- However, denying consent may result in the inability to provide any services, professional services and to respond to your requests.
4. Data Recipients
- The personal data provided to the Holder may be shared with professional figures to support the business, such as the accountant for the holding of the company’s accounting.
5. Collected data
The following type of common data is collected:
- Master data: First name, Last name, Company Name, Geographic Address, data on the chamber visura, if any provided by the person concerned.
- Contact details: phone number, mobile phone number, email address, Skype address.
- Tax data: Tax code, VAT number.
- Any personal data entered into the procedures of accessing online services in the name of the person concerned necessary for the performance of the services offered by the Owner.
In addition, limited to online services (website, e-mail boxes, online contact forms, electronic shopping cart on site, any subscription to newsletters where present) at the head of the treatment owner, the following data are also collected:
- internet protocol (IP) address;
- type of browser and device parameters used to connect to the site;
- date and time of visit;
- website where the visitor came from (referral);
- number of clicks, if necessary.
This information is processed in an automated form, in order to verify the correct functioning of the sites in charge of the controller and for safety reasons.
For security purposes (spam filters, firewalls, virus detection), automatically recorded data may possibly include – as mentioned above – personal data such as IP address, which could be used, in accordance with applicable laws, in order to block attempts to damage the site or to harm other users, or otherwise malicious or constitutive activities. This data is used only for the purpose of protecting the site and its users.
This data can also be used by the Owner in order to obtain anonymous statistical information about the use of the site with the aim of identifying the pages preferred by users and thus providing increasingly appropriate content and to check its proper functioning.
Any user profiling decisions can only be made after anonymization of the data without sharing with third parties, as provided by the Privacy Guarantor.
This site uses Google Analytics and uses IP data anominization and data sharing with Google:Google Statement.
6. Data Retention Period
The data will be retained for the period necessary for the execution of the services and for the purpose for which they were provided, except for the data necessary to comply with the tax and legal obligations in charge of the Holder and in these cases will be processed and retained for the time provided by the legislation.
With regard to the data collected from the websites and the server on which it is installed, the collected data will be stored to the extent appropriate to ensure a possible recovery in the event ofa data breachor intrusion detection and in any case for as short a period as possible.
7. Rights of the person
You are entitled to:
- access to their data, in the expected cases (Art. 15);
- the correction of the inaccurate data and the integration of incomplete data (art. 16);
- The deletion of the Data for the reasons provided (Article 17), such as when they are no longer necessary in relation to the above purposes or are not treated in accordance with the EU Regulation;
- The limitation of treatment for the expected assumptions (article 18), as in the case of the accuracy of the Data and the correctness of the data;
- portability, i.e. the right to receive, in the cases provided (Art. 20), in a structured format of common use and readable by automatic device the Data and to transmit that data to another controller;
- opposition to treatment in the expected cases (Article 21);
- the right to complain to the Privacy Authority.
In relation to the purpose of this notice, you also have the right to withdraw consent at any time without prejudging the legality of the treatment before the withdrawal, except in cases where data retention is subject to tax or legal constraints or by State Laws.
8. Treatment mode
The processing of the data is carried out through computer procedures or in any case telematics or paper media directly from the Controller. The data is stored in paper, computer and telematics archives and ensures the security measures provided by the U.N. (Single Privacy Text 196/2013 and subsequent integrations and/or modifications) and the compliances under the GDPR (European Regulation 679/2016).
The personal data collected through this site is recorded and stored on electronic databases owned by the Controller.
9. Person’s right to complain
You have the right to complain by contacting the relevant authorities (e.g. Privacy Guarantor)
10. Handling owner and contact details:
For the exercise of your rights, for requests and information, please contact:
Treatment holder: Suprema S.R.L, Via Sant’Alberto, 41 25036 – Palazzolo sull’Oglio (BS) – Tel. 030 730 0811 – e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Based on the terms of the
The European Parliament and council of 25 November 2009 and
more recently in Italy since 25 November 2009 and more recently in Italy.
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