Information on processing of personal data in compliance with the GDPR
(European Regulation on Privacy 679/2016)
The client’s personal data is used by KLF ITALIA S.r.l. (VAT number and tax code 04474600261), which is owner for the treatment, in compliance with the principles of protection of personal data established by Regulation GDPR 2016/679.
• Owner of treatment: Carraro Paolo
• Telephone number: 041448758
• E-mail: email@example.com
MODALITIES AND AIMS OF DATA PROCESSING
1. We inform you that the data will be processed with the support of the following means:
• Mixed Processing and Archiving-electronically and on paper
With the following purposes:
• fulfilment of legal obligations related to commercial relations;
• provide the service of the product;
• customer management.
2. 2.The provision of data is compulsory for everything required by legal and contractual obligations therefore the refusal of supplying them, in whole or in part, can lead to the impossibility of providing the required services.
CATEGORIES OF RECIPIENTS
3. Without prejudice to the communications made to fulfil legal and contractual obligations, all data collected and elaborated may be communicated to the following categories of those concerned exclusively for the above-mentioned purposes:
• authorized people (nominated);
• consultants and freelance professionals also operating in association with others.
PERIOD OF RECORD KEEPING
4. The mandatory data required for contractual and accounting purposes are kept for the period necessary to carry out the business and accounting relationship.
The data of those who do not purchase or use products/services will be immediately cancelled or processed anonymously, even though there may have been previous contacts with company representatives, in case keeping these data is not otherwise justified; unless the informed consent has been validly acquired for subsequent promotional or marketing research activities.
The data will be processed for all the time necessary to carry out the existing contractual relationship and for the ten years after the acquisition of the data.
RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTY
5. Conforming to EU Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR) and the national legislation, the interested party can exercise the following rights in accordance with the procedures and limits set by law:
• obtain confirmation of the existence of their personal data (right of access);
• know the origin;
• receive intelligible communication;
• have information about the logic, the modalities, and the aims of the treatment;
• require updating, rectification, integration, deletion, transformation into anonymous form, the blocking of information handled in violation of the law, including those no longer needed for the original purpose;
• right of limitation and/or to data processing restriction;
• right to withdraw;
• right to data portability;
• in the case of consent-based processing, to receive the data provided by the owner, in a structured and readable form by a data processor in a format commonly used by an electronic device;
• the right to appeal to supervisory Authority.
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