Notice regarding the processing of personal data pursuant to art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003
The www.deaworklab.it website (henceforth the “Website”) protects the privacy of its visitors by adopting all the most suitable personal data protection measures, based on the current legal requirements.
This policy describes the methods used to process information provided by the visitors to the website www.deaworklab.it and the personal data processing methods.
Any “personal data” collected by the website www.deaworklab.it are processed in accordance with the legislation of the European Union (Directive 95/46 EU), as well as Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 (the “Personal data protection code”).
This policy is intended for all subjects who interact with the Website's web pages, including those who use the Website without registering, and those who register with the Website (by completing the appropriate procedure) and make use of the on-line services provided by the same. This policy is provided pursuant to art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, and in compliance with Recommendation no. 2/2001, which the European Authorities for the protection of personal data, together in the Group set up by article 29 of Directive no. 95/46/EC, adopted on May 17th 2001 in order to identify the minimum requirements for the online collection of personal data. The data processing is carried out with respect for the dignity and the fundamental rights and freedoms of the concerned party, with particular regard to confidentiality, personal identity, and the right to personal data protection. Therefore, in accordance with article 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no.196/2003, please be advised of the following:
1) Data controller
The data controller is DEA Italian Worklab, with registered offices at no. 57 Via dell’Industria, Cavriago (RE), Italy - V.N. and F.C. 02470790359. The data associated with the consultation of this website is processed at the aforementioned location under the supervision of the Data Controller itself. All inquiries and requests regarding the processing of personal data must be submitted to the Data controller at the address indicated above.
2) Data collection
The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of email to the addresses indicated on this website will result in DEA Italian Worklab coming into possession of the sender's email address, which is necessary to respond to the sender's requests (including the sending of information regarding the company's products and services), as well as other significant personal information. The conferment of the personal data is optional and voluntary. If the website's visitor should fail to provide their personal information, whether in whole or in part, this could make it impossible to complete the registration process and to provide the service requested. Other information collected by DEA Italian Worklab can be provided automatically upon accessing the website. Although the data items indicated above cannot be traced back to the identified users, they could allow for the identification of the users to whom they refer by means of reprocessing in conjunction with additional data held by third parties. It is also permitted to visit the website in an anonymous fashion. In this case, DEA Italian Worklab will not be able to recognise the user, and therefore a number of the advantages associated with the website's use may not be available. The personal data provided, collected, and rendered available to DEA Italian Worklab will be processed using electronic and non-electronic tools.
3) Data storage
The personal data will only be stored for the time necessary to ensure the proper execution of the services offered by DEA Italian Worklab. In the event that the user's account with the Website should be cancelled, excluded, or deactivated due to lack of use, the data shall be stored for the period of time permitted by law, without prejudice to any specific legal obligations regarding the storage of documentation or for public safety purposes. In such cases, the data shall be automatically deleted. Once this period has expired, the data shall be converted into an anonymous form in order to prevent the concerned parties from being identified, even indirectly.
4) Data processing purposes
The processing of the users' personal data (including their registration within the DEA Italian Worklab databases) is aimed exclusively at achieving the following objectives:
a) to make it possible to access and browse the website;
b) to provide the user with the products and services offered by DEA Italian Worklab;
c) to communicate with the website's users and to respond to any requests submitted by the same;
d) to monitor the progress of the relationships established with the Clients;
e) for marketing purposes and to send advertising materials;
The personal data and information acquired by DEA Italian Worklab via the Website shall be processed by DEA Italian Worklab for purposes associated with the execution of any contractual obligations subsequently assumed. Please also note that your consent to the processing of data for one or more of the above purposes may be revoked at any time by modifying the consent data each time the Website is accessed.
5) Disclosure and dissemination of the data collected
By using the Website, the user consents to the collection and use of their information by DEA Italian Worklab in accordance with the terms and conditions established by this policy. DEA Italian Worklab reserves the right to modify this policy at any time without providing advance notice. Any modifications will be published on this page. By continuing to use the website even after DEA Italian Worklab has published the modifications to this policy, the user accepts the modifications in question. It is recommended to check this page of the website regularly for any modifications that may have been made to this policy.
8) Rights of data subjects
Finally, it should be noted that, pursuant to art. 7 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, a data subject shall have the right to:
a) to confirm the existence of any personal information concerning them, and the transmission of the same in an intelligible format;
b) to receive information from the Data Controller or Data Processors:
- regarding the origins of their personal data, the purposes and the methods of data processing, the logic applied in the event of processing carried out using electronic instruments;
- regarding the identification data concerning the Data controller, the Data Processors, and the designated data processing representative of a foreign subject in Italy;
- regarding the subjects or categories of subjects to which the personal data may be communicated and who may come to know of the data in his/her capacity as a designated representative in the State’s territory, as a data processor or as a person in charge of data processing;
c) to obtain:
- the updating, correction, or integration of the data concerning them;
- the deletion, anonymization or blocking of any data that may have been processed unlawfully, including any data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which it has been collected or subsequently processed;
- the confirmation that all persons to whom the data have been communicated or disclosed have been made aware of the operations and their contents, unless this is impossible or results in a use of means that is clearly disproportionate to the rights in question;
d) to object, whether in whole or in part:
- on legitimate grounds, to the processing of data concerning him/her, provided that it is relevant to the purpose of the collection;
- to the processing of personal data concerning him/her for the purposes of sending advertising materials, for direct sales, or else for the performance of market or commercial communication surveys.
The above rights may be exercised by contacting DEA Italian Worklab at the email address [email protected] or via regular mail at the mailing address Via dell’Industria 57, Cavriago (RE), Italy. Pursuant to art. 10 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003, in the event that no data regarding the data subject are found to exist following the request submitted pursuant to art. 7, paragraphs 1 and 2, sub-paragraphs a), b) and c), the responding party may request to be reimbursed for the costs effectively incurred for conducting the specific inquiry.