Viale dell'Appennino, 606 / B, 47121 Forlì FC
Data processing involves any operation or group of operations, performed also without the aid of automated means, as per art. 4 of EU Regulation 2016/679 (hereafter GDPR).
This document describes the purposes for which the Data Controller collects and processes personal data, how they are processed, which categories of data are processed, the data subject’s rights and how they can be exercised.
In normal circumstances, the automated systems and software procedures used on this Website acquire certain personal data, the transmission of which is implicit in internet communications protocols.
It is information not collected to be associated to identified subjects, but which, due to its nature, could make it possible to identify users, through processing and association to data held by third parties.
This category of data includes IP addresses or dominion names of users’ computers when they connect to the Website, URI addresses for the required resources, the time of the enquiry, the method used to submit the enquiry to the server, the dimensions of the file received in reply, the numerical code indicating the status of the reply provided by the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and the user’s program.
Data provided voluntarily by the user
Subject to the above concerning navigation data, Rinieri will acquire personal data that may be sent by the data subject through the special forms on the Website, the Data Controller’s contact details or the institutional social media profiles/pages to follow up enquiries or register for a Newsletter. Furthermore, Rinieri will acquire personal and contact details and all the data included in any CVs it receives.
The Data Controller will not use the Website to acquire data that is sensitive or belongs to a special category, as per art. 9 of the Regulation, or data referring to criminal offences or criminal penalties.
Information concerning the processing of personal data through social media platforms
With regard to the processing of personal data by managers of the social media platforms used by the Data Controller, see the information given in their respective privacy policies. The Data Controller processes personal data provided by the data subject through social media platform pages dedicated to running interactions with users (comments, public posts, private messages, etc.), observing current regulations.
a) To follow up on your enquiries
Data provided voluntarily by you will be processed by the Data Controller in order to follow up on enquiries, and for no other reason. Provision of such data is therefore necessary to obtain the service required and the legal basis of the processing is art. 6.1 (b) of the GDPR (performance of a contract).
Data provided to register for a Newsletter may be used to inform you of promotions, news or Rinieri initiatives in its own trade.
Data given on a CV will be processed for the purpose of selecting personnel.
Your data will be processed to ensure proper functioning of the Website and its contents. In such case, the legal basis for data processing is the Data Controller’s legitimate interests (art. 6.1 (f)).
b) To fulfil legal obligations
The legal basis for data processing in order to fulfil legal obligations is art. 6.1 (c) (legal obligation).
c) To send commercial information
Your personal and contact data, such as name, surname, postal address, email address, landline and mobile telephone numbers, may be used to contact you by telephone or to send commercial information to your home or email inbox or by SMS, including by automated means.
Consent to processing, pursuant to art. 6 (a), is optional and refusal will prevent you from receiving commercial information.
d) To perform profiling in order to formulate customised offers
Pursuant to your giving express, specific consent, the personal data provided, such as vital records, residence and contact details, and type of products purchased or of interest, can be used to formulate customised offers and commercial initiatives in line with your interests and preferences.
Consent for profiling, based on art. 6 (a), is optional and failure to provide it will have no other consequence than to prevent the company from informing you by telephone, SMS, email or surface post of special offers, discounts and customised commercial initiatives.
Personal data provided will not be disseminated and may be communicated, for the same purposes, to subjects that:
These companies, authorities and organisations will receive only personal data necessary to perform the contractual services or fulfil legal obligations, and will not be authorised to use them for any other aim whatsoever.
On demand, at any time, the Data Controller will provide a list of the Data Processors involved. Requests should be made to Rinieri srl - Viale dell'Appennino, 606 / B, 47121 Forlì., e-mail: email@example.com.
If for the purposes described above it is necessary to transfer personal data to a third country, transfer will take place in observance of the law.
Your data will be held for a period strictly necessary to respond to your enquiries and in any case for no longer than 12 months. Data acquired for our ‘News’ and ‘Atelier’ services will be held until your consent is withdrawn by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Data contained in CVs sent spontaneously will be used for the sole purpose of assessing applicants and if not selected will be erased within 12 months. In the event of successful assessment, the data will be held for the duration of the employment relationship.
Pursuant to art. 15 ff of the GDPR, we hereby inform you that you have the right to:
Requests of this type can be addressed to the Data Controller at: email@example.com. Please also be informed that you have the right to object to the processing of your personal data by lodging a complaint with the supervisory authority (Garante in Italy).
The Data Controller is Rinieri srl, registered office in Viale dell'Appennino 606/B - 47121 Forlì (FC). - e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
If the amendments involve new or further processing that requires the consent of the data subject, and in any case where provided for in current legislation, your personal data will not be further processed without your explicit consent.
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