Information provided according to Articles 13 and 14 of the European Regulation and to the Italian harmonization legislation
According to Articles 13 and 14 European Regulation 2016/679 (hereinafter also “GDPR”) and to the Italian harmonization legislation, we point out that the biographical data of the person concerned are collected and processed by TECHNOLOGY BSA S.p.A., as Holder of the treatment (hereinafter “Holder” or “Technology BSA”), who, for this reason provides the information concerning the processing of your data. The information is provided only for the Internet website www.technologybsa.com and not for other sites the user can reach through links.
1. Purposes of the treatment and scope of communication of personal data
a. Registration purposes
the personal data of the User will be processed by Technology BSA S.p.A. to enable the company to complete his/her registration to the reserved area of the site and to create a personal area that allows proceeding with the purchase of products and/or services pproposed in the site and to use the services offered.
b. Marketing purposes
In case of consent of the User, his/her data will be collected and processed by Technology BSA S.p.A. to send advertising material or direct sale proposals, to perform market researches or commercial communication though e-mail or telephone
2. Category of the data collected. Transfer to the data processing and possible consequences of a refusal
The data collected and processed by Technology BSA S.p.A. for the purposes mentioned at paragraph 1, letter a and b. (Registration and marketing purposes) are categorized as follows: data and addresses of the customer (name and surname e-mail address, date of birth; fiscal code, invoicing address, delivery address, telephone number) in case of private customer; data of a legal entity (company name, address and VAT number).
The transfer of the data indicated as mandatory in the data collection forms for the purposes mentioned at paragraph 1, let. a. is necessary. A possible refusal or the transfer of incorrect and/or incomplete information Un could prevent the user from registering to the site proceeding with the purchases. On the contrary, the transfer of data not indicated as mandatory in the data collection forms is facultative. The consent to the data processing for those purposes is not necessary in compliance with Article 6, letter b, GDPR.
Providing the data for the purposes mentioned at paragraph 1 letter b., is facultative and the Holder of the treatment will provide to pursue the purposes only if expressly authorised for each purpose by the User. His/her possible refusal or the transfer of incorrect and7or incomplete information might prevent Technology BSA S.p.A. from performing the activities mentioned, but will not prevent the registration to the site and the completion of the purchases.
The treatment personal data for those purposes requires the specific consent of the user for each purpose indicated in compliance with Article 6, letter a, GDPR. Anyway, the person concerned can withdraw the consent expressed at any moment without affecting the legality of the treatment based on the consent given before the withdrawn.
3. Methods of treatment. Terms of data retention.
The data collected will be processed and stored in digital format with the aid of automatized tools according to logics stricly connected to the above-mentioned purposes and, in any case, so as to ensure the safety and confidentiality of the data.
The data processed for the registration according to paragraph 1 letter a, are to be retained until the customer asks to withdraw his/her registration to the site. The data processed for marketing purposes under the terms of paragraph 1 letter b are to be retained for 24 months from the registration or until the customer asks to withdraw his/her consent to pursue those purposes in compliance with the provisions of the Authority for the protection of “Fidelity Card” personal data and guarantees for the consumers. The provisions of the Authority for the customer loyalty programmes – 24th February 2005.
At the expiration of that term, the data are to be cancelled and/or made anonymous to prevent any identification of the persons concerned, even indirectly or connecting to other database.
4. Scopes of communication, transfer abroad and disclosure of personal data .
The processing of personal data will be performed by the internal personnel of the Holder as Managers and Subjects in charge of the treatment. Besides, personal data can be processed by companies, established in EU Countries, the Holder of the treatment trusts appointing them as Managers of the treatment. Their list is constantly updated and is available on demand by sending a communication to the address below or an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The personal data will not be disclosed in any way.
5. Rights of the person concerned
The user can exercise at any moment the rights provided for in Articles from 15 to 22 European Regulation 679/2016, (reported in short form at the end of this policy). To exercise his/her rights the user can contact the Holder of the treatment by sensing a written communication to the address below or an e-mail to email@example.com
6. Holder and Manager of the Treatment
Holder of the data treatment is Technology BSA S.p.A, with legal address in Via Lungo Serio, 17 - 24050 Grassobbio (BG), Italy.
The Representative of the Holder is the CEO of Technology BSA S.p.A
Any contact with the Holder of the Treatment can be obtained by sending a written communication to the address provided or an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RIGHTS OF THE PERSON CONCERNED
Articles from 15 to 22 European Regulation 2016/679
According to the Articles from 15 to 22 European Regulation 2016/679, the person concerned has the right to obtain from the Holder the rectification, integration or cancellation (the so-called right to oblivion) of his/her personal data, the right to obtain the limitation of the treatment, the right to data portability, the right of opposition to the treatment of personal data, including the profiling and, in the end, the right to submit a complaint to the Privacy Authority.