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Notice pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 196/2003
ROBERTA LEATHER GOODS sas, Via Borgo San Jacopo 74 R, Firenze P. iva.02128660483, Registro Imprese 02128660483 Tribunale di Firenze Rea 411877 CCIAA di Firenze is the Data Controller for processing of the personal data you provide to us, pursuant to article 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 (Privacy Act).
Data processing means collecting, recording, organizing, storing, elaborating, modifying, selecting, extracting, comparing, using, linking, blocking, communicating, diffusing, deleting and destroying data records or any combination of two or more of such operations.
ROBERTA LEATHER GOODS SAS will process data for the purpose of implementing the service, or one or more operations, you have requested.
Electronic instruments will be used to record, manage and transmit data in accordance with the provisions of article 11 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 to guarantee your rights, fundamental freedoms and dignity with particular reference to confidentiality and personal identity.
The personal data you provide may become known to the employees who handle data processing; data may also be communicated to external collaborators and, in general, to all parties who need access to such data in order to full ft the requirements of the service you have requested. We are committed to not diffusing any information about single users for commercial purposes.
The data to which this notice refers is conferred strictly for the purpose of providing the service you have requested, so failure to grant consent will make it impossible to provide the service concerned.
To provide a complete service, our web site includes links to other sites some of which may be managed directly by us, by associated organizations and companies, or by others not associated with us. We are not responsible for the contents or respect of privacy provisions in relation to sites of reference that we do not manage. It is possible to identify the IP address of users who access our site.
Personal data may be transferred to countries inside and outside of the European Union in relation to execution of the service you have requested.
You are entitled to exercise the rights as set out in article 7 (Access to personal data and other rights) of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003, the text of which follows below.
Article 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 Access to personal data and other rights
I The party is entitled to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning it, even if not yet recorded, and communication of such data in comprehensible format.
II The party is entitled to obtain indication of the:
a) origin of personal data;
b) purposes and procedures of data processing;
c) application logic in the case of electronic data processing;
d) identification data of the data owner, processing executives and the designated representative pursuant to article 5, paragraph 2;
e) parties or categories of parties to which personal data may be communicated or who may become acquainted with personal data as designated representatives in national territory, processing executives or employees.
III The party is entitled to obtain:
a) updating, correction and, in its own interest, integration of its personal data;
b) cancellation, transformation into anonymous format, or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including processed data which need not be stored in relation to the purposes for which the data was originally collected or subsequently processed;
c) attestation that the operations described in points a) and b) were made known, in relation to their content, to the parties to which data was communicated or diffused, except when fulfilling this requirement would involve the use of manifestly disproportionate means with respect to the rights protected by the operation itself.
IV The party is entitled to partially or totally oppose:
a) processing of its personal data for legitimate reasons even if such processing is pertinent to the purposes of its collection;
b) processing of its personal data for the purposes of advertising, direct sales, market surveys or commercial communications.