Informative note pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003
Legislative Decree 196/2003, known as the Data Protection Code, protects the rights pertaining to the protection of privacy, personal identity and data and obliges us to inform you that:
- the personal data you provide to us will be processed in keeping with the principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency and safety;
- your personal data will be processed for the purposes for which they have been collected and which are necessary for the execution of the task and/or service you have requested;
- your personal data will only be processed for the time that is strictly necessary in order to execute the service requested, and should you fail to give your consent to the processing of your personal data, we will be unable to provide the service in question. In this sense, your consent is obligatory;
- your personal data will not be disseminated or communicated to third parties (except when required for tax and accounting purposes);
- the Data Controller is Il Consorzio Marche Biologiche with office in Senigallia- AN 60019 – Italy, Via Nicola Abbagnano, 3, tel. 071 668244 , email@example.com This is the party to whom you can refer in order to execute your rights pursuant to article 7 of the Data Protection Code , as described below:
“1. The interested party is entitled to obtain confirmation on whether personal data concerning him/her exist, even if these have not yet been recorded, and to obtain communication of such data in an intelligible form.
2. The interested party is entitled to obtain information on the following:
a) origin of personal data;
b) purpose and modalities of their processing
c) the method applied in case of processing carried out with the help of electronic equipment;
d) particulars for the identification of the Data Controller, the Data Processors and the designated representative, pursuant to article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the persons or categories of persons to whom the personal data can be divulged, or that can gain knowledge of them in their position as designated representatives in the State territory, or as persons responsible for, or entrusted with them.
3. The interested party is entitled to:
a) have his/her data updated, rectified or, should this be of interest to him/her, integrated;
b) have his/her data cancelled, transformed into an anonymous form or blocked if these have been processed unlawfully, including therein data which does not compulsorily require to be stored for the purposes for which the data has been collected or subsequently processed;
c) obtain a certificate confirming that the operations described in points a) and b) have been made known to all parties to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, also regarding their content, except in cases whereby fulfilling this requirement proves impossible or implies the use of means which are evidently disproportionate to the protected right.
4. The interested party is entitled to totally or partially oppose:
a) for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data that concern him, even though pertinent to the purpose for which they were collected;
b) the processing of personal data that concern him, for purposes regarding the forwarding of advertising or direct sales material, or for the execution of market research or commercial communications.”