Information on processing of personal data suppliers

This information is provided under Article 13 of legislative Decree. nr. 196/2003 – Codex regarding the protection of personal data (the “Privacy Code”) and Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 – “European General personal data protection Regulation”.
The Company Atlantic Fluid Tech S.r.l. having its registered office in San Cesario sul Panaro (MO), Via della Meccanica, 50, in the person of Mr. Christian Storci, as processing Controller (hereinafter referred to as “Controller”), hereby inform you that, pursuant to the Article 13 of legislative Decree. nr. 196/2003 (hereinafter referred to as “Privacy Code”) and to the Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”), data will be processed as follows:

  1. Subject
    Atlantic Fluid Tech S.r.l. cares about your personal data protection and respect the applicable personal data protection Regulation (Privacy Code and GDPR 2016/679). Your personal data shall be processed as confidential and may be transferred to third-party only in accordance with this Policy or with your consent.
    In particular, we process:
    i. the personal, identifying and non-sensitive data (particularly, name, surname, tax code, VAT number, e-mail, telephone number – hereinafter “Personal data” or “data”) provided by you.
    ii. any data not provided by you but acquired in compliance with Article 14, paragraph 5 of GDPR, whose transmission is connected to commercial relationships with the company.
  2. Purposes
    Your personal data are processed:
    A) without your expressed consent (Article 24 (a), (b), (c) of the Privacy Code and Article 6, b), e) of the GDPR) with the following purposes:
    i. to process a contract request;
    ii. the implementation of pre-contractual measures taken in response to your request;
    iii. to compile internal statistics;
    iv. to fulfill the pre-contractual, contractual, accounting and fiscal obligations arising from the existing relationships;
    v. to comply with obligations of laws, regulations, Community legislation or as ordered by an authority;
    vi. to protect the vital interests of the data subject or of another natural person;
    vii. to perform the public interest tasks or related to the exercise of official authority by the Controller;
    viii. to prevent the emergence of fraudulent activities or harmful practices affecting the website;
    ix. to pursue a legitimate interest by the Controller or third party in compliance with Article 6 (f) of the GDPR;
    x. to exercise the Controller’s rights, (including without limitation, his rights of defense);
  3. Provision of personal data
    The provision of data for the purposes laid down in Article 2 (A), it is necessary, since any refusal to supply the required personal data could not make it possible to fulfill the obligations arising from the contractual relationship.
  4. Methods of data processing
    The processing of your personal data is carried out by means of the procedures as mentioned in Article 4, n. 2 of the GDPR, namely: the collection, recording, organization, retention, consultation, processing, alteration, selection, extraction, comparison, use, networking, blocking, notification, erasure and destruction of data. The processing of your personal data shall be based on the principles of correctness, lawfulness and transparency and may be carried out electronically to store, manage and transfer them; it will be carried out using instruments which are, mutatis mutandis and according to the state of the art, suitable to guarantee the security and the confidentiality and procedures suitable to prevent the risk of loss, the unauthorized access, the illicit use and the dissemination of data.
  5. Retention period of data
    The Controller will process your personal data as long as to fulfill the purposes mentioned above but not later than 10 years from the termination of the relationship with the service purposes and not later than 2 years from the collection of data with marketing purposes. Upon expiry of this period, data will be erased or made anonymous.
  6. Data access
    The personal data processed by the Controller won’t be disseminated or give access to undetermined people in any form, including their public disclosure or their merely consultation. Your data may, however, be disclosed to the Controller’s employees and to certain external parties working with them. Your data may be made accessible to:
    i. the Controller’s employees and associate workers, qualified consultants, in their capacity as internal managers and/or as personal data processors and/or as system administrators;
    ii. third parties (including but not limited to, credit institutions, professional firms, consultants, insurances companies, etc.) performing outsourcing activities on the Controller’s behalf, in their capacity as external managers and/or as personal data processors.
    Your data may be communicated, if strictly necessary, to persons who for purposes of processing orders or other requests or services related to the transaction or contractual relationship with the Controller, must provide goods and/or perform services on behalf of the Controller.
    Your data may be made accessible to persons eligible pursuant to any legal provisions, regulations and Community legislations.
  7. Disclosure of data
    Without your express consent (ex Article 24 (a), (b), (d) of the Privacy Code and Article 6 (b), (c) of the GDPR), the Controller may disclose your data with the above-mentioned purposes to supervisory bodies, judicial authorities and to any third-party to which the disclosure of data is mandatory under the law.
  8. Data processing
    The data will be managed and stored on the Controller’s server and/or the third-party companies’ server – involved and duly named as data controllers – which are located within the European Union, in accordance with the Article 45 and followings of the GDPR.
    The server is currently located in San Cesario sul Panaro (Mo) via della Meccanica 50. Your data won’t be processed outside the European Union. It is understood in any case that, if it shall become necessary to move the location of the server to Italy and/or to the European Union and/or to countries outside the European Union, this shall always take place in accordance with the Article 45 and followings of the GDPR. In such a situation, however, the Controller ensures that the data processing outsite the European Union will take place in accordance with the applicable law, also, if necessary, entering into agreements to guarantee an adequate data protection level and/or adopting the European Commission’s standard contractual clauses.
  9. Data subject’s rights
    In your capacity as the data subject, you are entitled to exercise the rights granted in Article 7 of the Privacy Code and the Article 15 of the GDPR, namely:
    i. to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data relating to you, although not yet recorded, and the communication of the same in an intelligible form;
    ii. to obtain information about: a) the source of the personal data; b) the purposes and methods of the processing of data; c) the method applied in electronical processing of data; d) the identification details of the Controller, the managers and the appointed representative pursuant to the Article 5, n.2 of the Privacy Code and the Article 3, n. 1 of the GDPR; e) to whom the personal data may be communicated or who may access them in their capacity as designated representative in the territory of the Country, managers or agents;
    iii. to obtain: a) updating, rectification or, where interested therein, integration of the data; b) erasure, anonymization or blocking of data that have been processed unlawfully, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently processed; c) certification to the effect that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected. iv. to object, in whole or in part: a) on legitimate grounds, to the processing of personal data concerning the same, even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection; b) the processing of your personal data carried out for the purpose of sending advertising materials or direct selling or else for the performance of market or commercial communication surveys through the use of automated calling systems without human intervention, by electronic mail and/or by traditional marketing means such as telephone and/or paper-based mail. It should be noted that the data subject’s right to object, as explained above in recital b), for direct marketing purposes through automated systems shall extend to the traditional ones and it is still his/her right to object even only in part. The data subject could therefore decide to receive only traditional communications, only electronical ones, or neither of the two types.

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