Report in accordance with art. 13 D. Lgs. 196/2003
according to art. 13 d. lgs. 196/2003 (hereinafter T.U.), about personal data of which CARDIO ON LINE EUROPE S.R.L. will enter in possession, we inform you of the following.
1. Purpose of the processing of data.
The treatment is aimed only at the correct and complete execution of the professional assignment received, both in the judicial sphere that in out-of-court context.
2. Data processing modalities.
a) The treatment is carried out thanks to the operations or complex of operations indicated in art. 4 Comma 1 lit. A. T.U.: Collection, registration, organization, preservation, consultation, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, communication, deletion and destruction of data.
b) Operations can be carried out with or without the aid of electronic or otherwise automated instruments.
c) The treatment shall be carried out by the holder and/or by the data processor.
3. Conferral of data.
The conferral of common, sensitive and judicial personal data is strictly necessary for the purposes of carrying out the activities referred in point 1.
4. Refusal of conferral of data.
Any refusal by the person concerned to confer personal data in the case referred to in point 3) means that the activities referred to in point 1 cannot be fulfilled.
5. Communication of data.
Personal data may be disclosed to the persons in charge of the treatment and may be communicated for the purposes set out in point 1 to external collaborators, entities operating in the judiciary field, to counterparties and their defenders, to arbitration colleges and, generally, to all those public and private individuals to whom the communication is necessary for the correct fulfilment of the purposes set out in point 1.
6. Data dissemination.
Personal data are not subject to dissemination.
7. Abroad data transfer.
Personal data may be transferred to European Union countries and to third countries with regards to the European Union in the context of the purposes set out in point 1.
8. Rights of the person concerned.
Art. 7 T.U. confers on the person concerned the exercise of specific rights, including obtaining from the holder the confirmation of the existence or not of his personal data and their availability in an intelligible form; the person concerned has the right to have knowledge of data origin, the purpose and modalities of treatment, the logic applied to the treatment, the identification details of the holder and the subjects to which the data may be communicated; the person concerned has also the right to obtain the updating, rectification and integration of data, the deletion, anonymous processing or blocking of data processed in violation of the law; the holder has the right to object, for legitimate reasons, to data processing.
9. Treatment’s owner.
CARDIO ON LINE EUROPE S.R.L.
Registered office: Via Salvatore Matarrese 2/O – 70124 Bari | Operational office: Via Principe Amedeo 25 – 70121 Bari | Tel: + 39 080 5613578 – P. IVA: 04871010726
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• Twitter informative
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• Google+ informative
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• Pinterest informative
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