Dear User, according to Law 196/2003 (hereafter “Law”), and subsequent amendments, We inform you that:
I. The personal data provided to the company when compiling the information request form on this web page are processed by means of automated and manual tools, with controlled access and in accordance with the procedures prescribed by the Law and its implementing regulations, in compliance with this regulation and the confidentiality obligations provided for therein;
II. For the processing of personal data according to the Law, means any operation or complex of operations, carried out with or without the use of electronic or automated tools, relating to the collection, recording, organization, preservation, processing , modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, communication, dissemination, deletion and distribution of data;
III. The data is handled for commercial purposes, whether related or instrumental to the company’s activities such as archiving in its databases or direct mailing and / or direct marketing activities, even for promotional purposes.
IV. With regard to the processing of personal data, the person concerned may also exercise, by proxy or proxy to a natural person or association, the rights provided for by the Law.
V. The data is collected in a database and can be communicated to the following subjects:
A. Responsibility for treatment within the company;
B. Market research partners;
C. Companies engaged in instrumental activities.
D. Internal staff at the company to complete the customer’s request (estimate).
VI. The holder of the treatment is the company in the person of the legal representative.
VII. The data processing manager is the company;
VIII. The processing of data is carried out by appropriate tools to ensure its security and confidentiality in accordance with D.P.R. n. 196/2003 with controlled access and restricted to authorized persons.
The owner of the treatment is the legal representative of the company Veran Srl, based in Via Paganini 46, 32021 Agordo (BL).
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