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Informations about the personal data according to UE article number 13 679/20016 and the legislative decree 196/2003.
In accordance with UE article 13 number 679 of 2016 (here GDPR) and the legislative decree, we informe you as above aboute the personal data,unless futher information provided on a case by case basis.
As regarding the specific information data of the web sites referring to the owner of the treatment data, refers to the web site www.creazioniantonella.com.
Data Controller and responsible for personal data protection. Contact details
Data owner is Creazioni Antonella srl ( hier below named as company) with registered office in via Brigata Garibaldi 28, Pesaro. You can contact the owner per mail to email@example.com.
The company has not appointed a data protetction officer(DPO).
Purpose of data processing.
The processing data is aimed at the execution of the contract between the parties. (legal basis: execution of the contract, consent for particolar categories of data.
Your personal date will be processed with a view below:
-to comply with tax and accounting obligations
– respect the other legal obbligations incumbent on the company ( legal basis of the treatment: legal requirement)
The personal data can be processed using both paper and computer hardware, strictly necessary for the attainment of the above mentioned pourpose.
Legal basis of the processing
The company processes your personal data in accordance with the law and the treatment.
-when it will be necessary for the execution of your contract or the implementation of pre-contractual measures taken at your request.
– will be necessary to comply legal obbligation.
– is based on your express and specific consent
Consequences of non-disclosure of personal data
The provision of data is not compulsory however, with regard to personal date relating to the performance of the contract or to the fulfilment of a regulatory obligation ( for example relating to the keeping of account and tax records), failure to provide personal data prevents the contractual reletionship from developing.
Your personal data will be kept for the duration of the contract and then as long as the holdings subject to retention requirements for tax pourposes or for ohther intended purposes allowed by law.
Data comunication. Transfer of data.
Your personal data can be transferred to
1-consultants and other external agents providing additional services as indicated above, appointed, in legal cases, as data controller.
2- bank or assurance institute providing functional sevices as indicated above.
3- employees and/or employees of the company and/or of controllers, authorized for processing operation
4- judicial or administrative authorities for the fulfilment of legal obbligation
Your personal data, in compliance with the law, , could be transferred to european countries or to other countries or to an International organisation within the stated purposes. In such cases will be notified to the data subject whether or not there is an adequacy decision of the European Commision.
Data profiling and dissemination
Your data are not subject to diffusion or to any fully automated decision-making process, including profiling.
Rights of the data subject
Among your rights granted by GDPR include:
ask to the company accessing to your personal data and information about them. Correct the innacurate data or supplementing incomplete data,in the provided case,the delation of your personal data or the limitation of the processing of your data.
In the event that the legal basis of the processing is the contract or the consent and the same is carried out by automised processing, request and obtain, from the company, your personal data in a strutural and readable format from the automatic device, also for the purpose of comunicating such data to another controller( right to data portability)
Oppose any time to the processing of your personal date in case of particolar situations concerning you.
Consent can be revoked at any time limited to cases where processing is based on your consent for one or more specific purposes. The processing based on consent and carried out prior to withdrawal of consent shall in any event remain lawful.
You have the right to complain to a supervisory authority ( fot Italy: the responsible authority for the protection of personal data, whose web site can be reached at www.garanteprivacy.it.
The data will be processed in an appropriate manner to ensure their safety and confidentiality.
Adeguate security meausures have been taken to ensure the protetcion of provided personal date.