This Personal Data Treatment Policy is provided by IDA S.r.l., in compliance with the standards in effect in the sector, with particular reference to the following:
– Italian Legislative Decree 196 dated 30 June 2003 (Privacy Code);
– Provision229/2014 issued by the Italian Data Protection Authority for the Protection of Personal Data ;
– Recommendation. 2/2001 regarding the minimum requirements for on-line data collection in the European Union.
The handling of personal data must take place in compliance with principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency and the safeguarding of privacy.
By “treatment or handling” intend, pursuant to Article 4 letter a) of the Privacy Code “any operation or series of operations, carried out even without the use of electronic tools, regarding the collection, registration, organisation, preservation, consultation, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, block, transmission, spread, cancellation and destruction of data, even if not registered in a data base”.
The web site http://identity-atlas.it may feature links to other internet sites not managed by IDA S.r.l., and who therefore shall not be held liable for any mistakes, contents, cookies, illicit moral content, advertising, banners or files which do not comply with the laws in effect, by the respective managers.
Having considered the above, the following indications are provided.
1. OWNER OF THE DATA TREATMENT
The owner of the personal data treatment, carried out following the use of the web site http://identity-atlas.it is IDA S.r.l. (Inland Revenue Code / VAT Code / Company Register IT01473220299, REA RO-159977), located in Via Nazario Sauro, 30 – 45100 Rovigo (Italy).
2. PEOPLE ENTRUSTED TO CARRY OUT THE DATA TREATMENT
The personal data shall be handled directly by IDA S.r.l. staff duly entrusted and appointed to carry out said duty.
3. THE TYPE OF DATA HANDLED NATURE AND AIMS OF THE DATA HANDLING
3.1. Navigation data
The IT systems and software procedures used to run the web site acquire, during their normal function, some personal data, whose transmission is technically inherent to internet communication protocols.
Said information is in no way collected so it can be associated with identified Users although, due to its nature, it could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow Users to be identified. The data is of a technical/IT character, which includes, for example, IP addresses, the type of browser used, the operating system, the name of the dominion and the website addresses from where the access or log out was made, information regarding pages visited by Users within the site, the time of access, permanence on a single page, analysis
of the internal route used and other parameters relative to the operating system and the User’s IT environment. The aforesaid data may be handled with the sole aim of collecting anonymous statistical information about the use of the site and/or to check that it is working properly and shall be deleted immediately after processing.
The aforesaid data shall, furthermore, be used to ascertain liability in case of any IT crimes against our web site.
3.2. Data provided voluntarily by Users
1. sending emails to firstname.lastname@example.org;
2. filling in the newsletter subscription form LINK;
3. taking part in our blog LINK;
4. social network interaction LINK
Failure to provide the data requested in the forms will make it impossible to use the requested service.
Users who do not wish to receive newsletters and/or other communications to which they had formerly consented, can revoke said consent at any time, by following the instructions included in each email received.
4. COMMUNICATION ENVIRONMENT AND DATA SHARING
The personal data provided by Users may be used to comply with obligations enforced by civil, criminal, fiscal and administrative laws.
Our Users’ data shall not be transmitted to others.
5. HOW THE TREATMENT IS CARRIED OUT
Users’ personal data shall be handled with automated tools (and if necessary with hard copies) for the length of time necessary to carry out the aims for which said data has been collected.
Specific safety measures shall be complied with to prevent the loss of data, illicit and/or incorrect use and unauthorised access, pursuant to the obligation to comply with the minimum safety measures.
6. RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTIES
Pursuant to Article 7 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003, the Interested Parties have the right to:
- obtain at any moment confirmation of the existence or not of said data and be made aware of its contents and origin, check that it is exact or ask for it to be updated or, if relevant, integrated;
- ask for the data to be cancelled, transformed into an anonymous form or block any data that has been handled illegally, including any data that does not need to be kept with regard to the aims for which said data has been collected or handled;
- obtain certification that the actions mentioned above have been notified, also as concerns their content, to those to whom the data has been transmitted and/or with whom it has been shared, except when said obligation is impossible or obviously out of proportion compared with the right being protected;
- to object, pursuant to comma 4 either entirely or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons, to the treatment of the personal data that concerns them, in spite of being pertinent to the aim of the data collection;
b) to the treatment of their data for sending advertising material or direct sales or for carrying out market surveys or electronic communication.
The right to object may be informally exercised by sending a written request addressed to IDA S.r.l. (Inland Revenue Code / VAT Code / Company Register IT01473220299, REA RO-159977), located in Via Nazario Sauro, 30 – 45100 Rovigo (Italy), email@example.com