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PRIVACY POLICY: EX ART. 13 D.Lgs. 196/2003

Dear Visitor

We would like to inform you that D.lgs. n. 196 from 30th June 2003 "Code about protection of personal data" foresees the safeguarding of people and other individuals as regards personal data treatment.

According to said set of rules, this treatment will be based on principles of uprightness, lawfulness, clearness and tutelage towards Your privacy and Your rights.

Therefore, as to art 13 D.lgs n 196/2003 we inform you that:

1. Personal information provided by yourself will be used for the following purposes: sending information
2. Data treatment shall be carried out with the aid of electronic or computer-based devices
3. Personal data provided will not divulged
4. The holder of data is:

Law Firm Tirini Grassi
Mura di Porta Saragozza, 4 - 40123 Bologna (ITALY)

5. You will, at any one time, be able to exert Your rights towards the holder of the treatment, according to art.7 of D.lgs. 196/2003, as quoted below:

Decree No. 196/2003

Art. 7 - Personal data access right and other rights

1. The involved individual has the right to obtain the confirmation of the existence of personal data which concern him, even if they have not been registered yet, as well as their announcement in a comprehensible form

2. The interested part has the right to obtain the following info:

a) origin of personal data
b) purposes and methods of treatment
c) applied logic in the event of treatment carried out with the aid of electronic devices
d) identity of the owner, of the person in charge and of the assigned representative according to art 5, paragraph 2
e) Individuals or individuals’ categories to which personal data can be communicated to as government assigned representative

3. The interested part has the right to obtain:

a) updating, or amendment when necessary of data’s integration
b) cancelling, turning into anonymous format or blockage of data treated against the law, including those which are not necessary to keep in relation to the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently treated.
c) Declaration stating that operations in a) and b) have been divulged, also in terms of content, to those to whom data have been communicated, except in the event this accomplishment is impossible to fulfil or if the accomplishment of such fulfilment is too complicated to be obtained.

4. The involved party has the right to partially or thoroughly set against:

a) has lawful grounds to the treatment of personal data, even if they are relevant to the collection
b) Personal data treatment which concern him, for promotional material or direct sales or for market research or financial communication