Privacy statement – New consolidated privacy act (legislative decree 196/03)
In accordance with art. 13 of the Italian Privacy Act, we wish to inform you that TECNOFIL s.p.a. processes the personal data of subjects providing them voluntarily in person, by phone, fax or email, or via the website.
In accordance with the above act (art. 2 – Purpose), TECNOFIL s.p.a.. guarantees that personal data processing will take place with due regard to the fundamental rights and freedoms and the dignity of the subjects concerned, with particular reference to issues of confidentiality, personal identity and the right to protection of personal data.
Purposes of processing personal data (art. 13, subsection 1, letter a, Legislative Decree 196/03)
The fulfilment of legal obligations, compliance with regulations or community standards, civil, tax and insurance laws and provisions imparted by entities authorised to do so by virtue of the law and supervisory bodies. All the details provided by the subjects concerned are handled to fulfill formalities connected with the company’s activity, in particular:
A. Purposes connected with the company’s activities, such as:
B. Purposes connected with the management of images and films for the creation of commercial, promotional and advertising material. Data processing for this purpose will take place for a maximum period of three years. The data subject is not entitled to any fee in connection with the processing of his/her personal data for the same period.
Data diffusion and communication (art. 13, subsection 1, letter b, Legislatiave Decree 196/03)
The subject’s personal data may, if necessary, also be passed on to:
considered necessary for or functional to the activity of Tecnofil s.p.a. for the purposes detailed above; - banking institutions for the management for deposits and withdrawals.
Specific consent will be requested if the subject’s personal data need to be disclosed to third parties not explicitly indicated.
Details of the data subject’s state of health are not disclosed, unless a specific legal or regulatory requirement, or with the subject’s consent, for the purposes specified in section 1 – Purposes of processing personal data.
Nature of collection and the consequences of refusal (art. 13, subsection 1, letter d, Legislative Decree 196/03)
The provision of personal data by the data subjects is compulsory for the purposes given in section 1 and optional for the purposes given in subsections 1.A and 1.B. Refusal to provide the required data may prevent continuation of the business relationship, its correct implementation and fulfilment of tax and other legal requirements. Personal data are kept by TECNOFIL s.p.a. and, if necessary, the subjects listed under point 2.
Method of treatment (art. 13,subsection 1, letter a, Legislative Decree 196/03)
Personal data are processed at the operational headquarters of TECNOFIL s.p.a. or by the data subject himself or, if necessary, the subjects listed under point 2, on paper and computer, by telephone or electronic means, and automated instruments designed to record, process and transmit personal data, taking all precautionary measures to guarantee security and confidentiality, in accordance with the provisions of Annexe B to Legislative Decree 196/03 - Technical Regulations on the Minimum Security Measures.
Data controller (art. 13, subsection 1, letter f, Legislative Decree 196/03)
The data co-controller is TECNOFIL s.p.a.
As of today, Mr Gianluca Periccioli is the data processor and can be contacted at 49 Via Brescia, 25023 Gottolengo (BS), tel. 030 9517655. An up-to-date list of data processors and co-controllers can be obtained from the same address.
Subject’s rights (art 7, subsections 1 and 2, Legislative Decree 196/03)
The data subject is entitled to access his/her personal data.
The data subject has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data and information regarding him/her, even if not yet recorded, and their disclosure in an intelligible form.
The data subject is entitled to be informed of:
The data subject has the right to obtain:
The data subject has the right to wholly or partially refuse:
The above rights can be exercised merely by sending a request to the data controller or one of the processors, either directly or through a representative if necessary, who will act accordingly. The request may also be sent by registered letter, fax or email.