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With reference to the provisions of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 laying down the rules for the protection of privacy in the processing of personal data, we desire to inform you that the personal information that you provide, or that is acquired in other ways during our activities, can be processed, using the Information System of Giardino di Sibilla, or without the aid of electronic means, in respect of the above-mentioned rules and regulations, for the institutional purposes of our company, and in particular for:
- carrying out a service or one or more contractual operations which have been agreed upon;
- the perfomance of obligations provided by laws or regulations;
- communications and commercial promotions, statistical information, market analysis;
- the protection of the rights of Giardino di Sibilla in court.
The provision of your data to Giardino di Sibilla is closely related to the execution of the contract. As for what concerns the processing of data by Giardino di Sibilla, you have the faculty to exercise your rights according to Art. 13 of Law no. 675/96 which is specified below. The holder and processor of the data, according to Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 is Giardino di Sibilla, through its Legal Representative. The data will be stored in our headquarters in Bagnoli di Sopra (PD), Viale dell'Industria n. 4, for the period of time as prescribed by law. The processing of the data provided, or otherwise acquired during our activities, can also be carried out by those persons to whom the faculty of accessing your personal data has been granted according to law, secondary and/or Community legislation.
Extract of legislative decree no. 196 ofl 30 june 2003
Rights of the party concerned.
In relation to the processing of personal data, the party concerned has the right to:
[a] know of, through free access to the register referred to in Article 31, paragraph 1, letter a), the existence of data processing which may concern him/her;
[b] be informed about what is indicated in Article 7, paragraph 4, letters a),b) and h);
[c] obtain, from the owner/holder or manager, without delay:
1) confirmation of the existence or not of personal data which concerns him/her; even if this data has not yet been recorded, and the communication of the same in an intelligible manner as well as of their origin, together with an explanation as to the rationale and objective upon which this processing is based; the request may be renewed, unless there are justified reasons for doing otherwise, after an interval of not less than ninety days;
2) the cancellation, the transformation into an anonymous form, or the blocking of the data processed in violation of the law, including the data it is unnecessary to hold in regards to the objectives for which it was collected or later processed;
3) the updating, the correction, or, where of interest, the integration of the data;
4) the declaration that the operations referred to in 2) and 3) have been made known, including their contents, to those to whom the data has been communicated or disclosed, except when the fulfillment of the same proves impossible or involves the use of means which are obviously disproportionate to the rights of protection;
[d] to oppose, totally or partially, for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even if this is pertinent to the aim of its collection;
[e] to oppose, totally or partially, the processing of personal data concerning him/her foreseen for commercial information objectives, or the sending of publicity or direct sales or with the object of carrying out market research or interactive commercial communication, and to be informed by the holder/manager, not later than the moment in which the data has been communicated or disclosed, of the possibility of freely exercising this right.
For each request referred to in paragraph 1, letter [c], number 1), the interested party may be asked, when data concerning him/her proves to be inexistent, a fee not exceeding the costs actually incurred, in accordance to, and in the manner and within the limits set by the regulations in Article 33, paragraph 3. The rights referred to in paragraph 1) relating to personal data concerning deceased persons may be exercised by anyone who wishes to do so. In exercising the rights referred to in paragraph 1) the interested party may confer, in writing, delegate or proxy to physical persons or associations. The regulations regarding professional secrecy involving members of the journalistic profession in relation to the source of the news must be upheld.