Privacy policy

Information under Law No. 196/03 on the protection of personal data The processing of personal data is carried out in accordance with Legislative Decree 196/03 “Personal data protection code” of which the following articles are reported: ——————————–
Art. 7. Right of access to personal data and other rights
1. The person concerned has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data concerning him, even if not yet registered, and their communication in intelligible form.
2. The person concerned shall be entitled to obtain the indication: A) of the origin of the personal data; b) of the purposes and modalities of treatment; c) of the logic applied in the case of treatment carried out with the aid of electronic instruments; (d) The identifying particulars of the holder, the persons responsible and the designated representative within the meaning of article 5 (2); e) of the subjects or categories of persons to whom personal data may be communicated or which may be known to them as a designated representative in the territory of the State, of persons responsible or appointees.
3. The person concerned shall be entitled to obtain: A) The updating, rectification or, when interested, the integration of data; (b) The cancellation, the processing anonymously or the blocking of the data processed in violation of the law, including those whose preservation is not necessary in relation to the purposes for which the data has been collected or subsequently processed; (c) The attestation that the transactions referred to in a) and (b) have been brought to the attention, including with regard to their content, of those to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, except where such fulfilment proves to be impossible or involves the use of manifestly disproportionate means than the protected law.
4. The person concerned shall be entitled to oppose, in whole or in part: A) for legitimate reasons for the processing of personal data concerning it, even if it is relevant to the purpose of the collection; b) The processing of personal data concerning him for the purposes of sending advertising or direct sales material or for the completion of market research or commercial communication. ——–
Art. 8. Exercise of rights
1. The rights referred to in article 7 shall be exercised without formalities to the rightholder or to the person responsible, including by means of an appointee, to whom he is provided with adequate feedback without delay.
2. The rights referred to in article 7 may not be exercised by request to the rightholder or to the person responsible or with recourse pursuant to Article 145, if the processing of personal data is carried out: A) According to the provisions of Decree-Law 3 May 1991, N. 143, converted, with modifications, by law July 1991, N. 197, and subsequent modifications, in the field of recycling; (b) According to the provisions of Decree-Law of 31 December 1991, N. 419, converted, with modifications, by the law of 18 February 1992, N. 172, and subsequent amendments, as regards support for victims of extortion claims; c) By parliamentary committees of inquiry established pursuant to article 82 of the Constitution; d) by a public entity, other than public economic entities, on the basis of an express provision of law, for the sole purpose of monetary and currency policy, the payment system, the control of intermediaries and credit and financial markets, and the protection of their stability; and) within the meaning of article 24 (1) ( f), limited to the period during which it could derive an actual and concrete prejudice for the conduct of the defensive investigations or for the exercise of the law in judicial proceedings; f) By providers of electronic communications services publicly accessible in relation to incoming telephone communications, unless it is possible to derive real and concrete prejudice for the conduct of the defensive investigations under Law 7 December 2000, N. 397; g) For reasons of justice, in the judicial offices of each order and rank or the Superior Council of the judiciary or other self-governing bodies or the Ministry of Justice; (h) In accordance with article 53, without prejudice to the provisions of Law 1 April 1981, N. 121. 3. The Guarantor, also on the person’s report, in the cases referred to in paragraph 2, letters a), b), d), e) and (f) provides in the manner referred to in articles 157, 158 and 159 and, in the cases referred to in c), g) and h) of the same subparagraph, shall provide in the manner referred to in article 160. 4. The exercise of the rights referred to in article 7, where it does not concern data of an objective nature, may take place unless it relates to the rectification or integration of personal data of an evaluative type, relating to judgments, opinions or other appreciations of type Subjective, as well as the indication of conduct to be held or decisions in hiring by the holder of the treatment. —————————————————————
Art. 9. Operating mode 1. The request to the rightholder or to the manager may also be forwarded by registered letter, fax or e-mail. The guarantor can identify another suitable system in reference to new technological solutions. Where it relates to the exercise of the rights referred to in article 7 (1) and (2), the request may also be formulated orally and in that case is summaretically annotated by the appointee or the person responsible. 2. In the exercise of the rights referred to in article 7, the person concerned may confer, in writing, proxy or proxy to natural persons, bodies, associations or bodies. The party may also be assisted by a person of confidence. 3. The rights referred to in article 7 referring to personal data relating to deceased persons may be exercised by those who have a vested interest, or shall act to protect the person concerned or for family reasons deserving of protection. 4. The identity of the person concerned shall be verified on the basis of appropriate evaluation elements, including by means of available acts or documents or an exhibition or allegation of a copy of an acknowledgement document. The person acting on behalf of the Party concerned shall exhibit or attach a copy of the proxy, or the delegation signed in the presence of a representative or undersigned and presented together with a non-certified photostatic copy of a document of recognition of the person concerned. If the person concerned is a legal entity, entity or association, the request is made by the natural person legitimated on the basis of their respective statutes or ordinances. 5. The request referred to in article 7 (1) and (2) shall be formulated freely and without compultions and may be renewed, save the existence of justified grounds, with an interval of not less than ninety days. –
Art. 10. Acknowledgement to the person concerned 1. In order to ensure the effective exercise of the rights referred to in article 7, the holder of the treatment shall take appropriate measures, in particular: (a) To facilitate access to personal data by the person concerned, including through the use of special computer programs aimed at an accurate selection of data concerning individual identified or identifiable stakeholders; (b) To simplify the modalities and to reduce the time for feedback to the applicant, including in the context of offices or services in the public relations. 2. The data shall be extracted by the person responsible or of the appointees and may be communicated to the applicant also orally, or offered in vision by electronic means, provided that in such cases the comprehension of the data is easy, also considered the Quality and quantity of information. If required, it is necessary to transpose the data on paper or computer, or to transmit it electronically. 3. Unless the request is referred to a particular treatment or to specific personal data or categories of personal data, the reply to the person concerned shall include all personal data concerning the person concerned, however, handled by the holder. Where the request is made for an operator, a health profession or a health Organization shall observe the provision referred to in article 84, paragraph 1. 4. When the extraction of the data is particularly difficult, the response to the request of the interested party may also be made through the exhibition or the copy of documents containing the personal data requested. 5. The right to obtain the communication in intelligible form of the data does not concern personal data relating to third parties, except that the breakdown of the data processed or the deprivation of certain elements renders the personal data relating to the person to be incomprehensible. 6. The data communication is carried out in intelligible form also through the use of a comprehensible handwriting. In case of communication of codes or acronyms, the parameters for the comprehension of the relative meaning are provided, also through the appointees. 7. When, as a result of the article 7 request, you commit 1 and 2, letters a), b) and c) There is no confirmation of the existence of data concerning the person concerned, an expenditure contribution not exceeding the costs actually incurred for the research carried out in the specific case may be requested. 8. The contribution referred to in paragraph 7 shall not, however, exceed the amount determined by the guarantor with a general measure, which may identify it on a flat-rate basis in relation to the case where the data are processed by electronic means and the reply shall be provided Orally. By the same measure, the guarantor may provide that the contribution may be requested when the personal data are on a special support of which the reproduction is specifically requested, or when, at one or more holders, a Considerable use of means in relation to the complexity or extent of the requests and the existence of data concerning the person concerned is confirmed. 9. The contribution referred to in paragraphs 7 and 8 shall also be paid by postal or bank payment, or by means of payment or credit card, where possible at the time of receipt of the reply and not later than fifteen days from that acknowledgement.
Art. 11. Treatment modalities and data requirements 1. The personal data being processed are: A) treated in a lawful manner and according to correctness; (b) collected and registered for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes and used in other processing operations in terms compatible with those purposes; c) Accurate and, if necessary, updated; (d) Relevant, complete and not exceeding the purposes for which they are collected or subsequently processed; (e) kept in a form permitting identification of the person concerned for a period of time not exceeding that necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed. 2.
Personal data processed in breach of the relevant discipline regarding the processing of personal data cannot be used.
This web site uses the technology Etracker ( to collect data on the behavior of visitors. This data is collected anonymously to be used for marketing and optimization purposes.
All visitor data is saved using an anonymous user ID to create a usage profile. Data can be saved and collected by means of cookies, but remain strictly anonymous.
This data will not be used to personally identify a visitor and will not be aggregated with personal information.
You may refuse to consent to the collection and storage of data at any time in respect of subsequent services.
The person responsible for the treatment of visitors’ and customers’ personal data is the owner of Gest BF srl Unipersonale Mrs Fabiano Caterina and they are kept at our company headquarters in Strada ville San Pietro snc 18021 Borgomaro Imperia Italia .
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