Pursuant to article 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003,
The Personal Data Protection Code (henceforth the “Privacy Code”)
Pursuant to article 13 of the Privacy Code, and in relation to any personal data concerning you that may be subject to processing for the purpose of negotiating and stipulating a contract with MONINI S.p.A. (henceforth respectively referred to as the “Data” and the “Contract”), please be advised of the following:
1 – DATA CONTROLLER
The data controller is Monini S.p.A., with registered offices in Spoleto (PG) Italy, S.S. 3 Flaminia, Km 129, in the person of Dr. Zefferino Francesco Monini, C.E.O. and legal representative pro tempore (henceforth the
2 – PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING
The Data processing:
(a) is aimed at allowing the Controller to carry out the activities necessary for the conclusion of the Contract;
(b) is carried out for purposes relating to the obligations imposed by the applicable laws or regulations, and by the provisions issued by the competent authorities/supervisory and control bodies.
3 – METHODS OF DATA PROCESSING
The Data processing:
(a) is conducted using methods and procedures that are strictly necessary for carrying out the activity described under article 2, sub-paragraph (a) above, and is performed using the operations or combinations of operations indicated under article 4, paragraph 1, sub-paragraph a) of the Privacy Code;
(b) is also carried out using electronic or otherwise automated means. In this regard, it should be noted that the Data are stored in electronic and paper archives located at the Controller’s registered offices;
(c) is also carried out using fax, email and/or other remote communication techniques. The Controller also uses the same methods when communicating the data to any third parties for these purposes, as specified in under points 6 and 8 below.
4 – DATA PROVISION
Without prejudice to the concerned party’s personal autonomy, the provision of the personal data for the purposes mentioned under point 2 above is mandatory pursuant to the current Laws or Regulations.
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5 – REFUSAL TO PROVIDE THE DATA
Any refusal by the concerned party to provide the Data or to consent to their processing will make it impossible for the Controller to negotiate and eventually conclude the Contract.
6 – DATA DISCLOSURE
The data may be disclosed to other subjects for the purposes indicated under point 2, and in particular may be disclosed to:
_ consultants who help the Controller perform the activity referred to under article 2, sub-paragraph (a) above (e.g. legal and tax consultants);
_ any external data processing managers who may have been appointed for this purpose.
7 – DISSEMINATION OF THE DATA
The Data are not subject to dissemination.
8 – TRANSFER OF THE DATA ABROAD
With regard to the purposes indicated under article 2, the Data will not be transferred abroad.
9 – RIGHTS OF THE CONCERNED PARTY
Article 7 of the Code grants specific rights to the concerned party, including the right to confirm the existence of any personal data concerning them, to have the data transmitted in an intelligible format, to obtain information regarding the origins and logic of their personal data and the purposes and methods of the data processing, to obtain the deletion, anonymization or blockage of any data that may have been processed unlawfully, as well as the updating, correction, or integration of the data, or to oppose their processing for legitimate reasons.
10 – DATA PROCESSING MANAGER
The manager of IT functions has been appointed by MONINI S.p.A. as the Data Processing (henceforth the “Manager”).
The concerned party may contact the Manager in order to exercise the rights indicated under point 9 above, as well as to obtain an updated list of any other appointed managers, by writing to the email address
privacy (at) monini (dot) com