Privacy Policy

Privacy disclosure

Disclosure pursuant to art. 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679

Controller

The Controller shall be Avv. Ida Parisi, P.za Giovanni XXIII, 5 – 74100 Taranto (TA), email info@avvocatoidaparisi.com

Purposes of the processing

Personal data shall be processed in the framework of the Controller’s regular activity, in order to provide her professional services.

The Website contains forms, the use of which requires providing your data; personal data may be requested, such as your name and surname, email address and other information, which the user accepts to disclose in order to ask for information by filling in the forms.

In the event that personal data and information are acquired by the Controller, they shall be used to contact the data subject again using any contact details provided, and to fulfil any requests in the message sent, as well as to perform customer satisfaction surveys on the services requested or provided.

In the event that the data subject registers to the mailing list, his or her contact details shall be used for direct marketing purposes (communication on services provided by the Controller, sending of newsletters, etc.).

If necessary, the Controller shall acquire the user’s consent to use his or her data.

The legal basis for processing shall be the contract to which you are a party, or the execution of pre-contractual measures on request, as well as your explicit consent (only where deemed necessary in the light of any specific purposes detailed).

Data processing modes

In connection with the purposes detailed, personal data shall be processed by manual, computer and electronic communication systems, strictly in connection with the above-said purposes and, in any case, in such a way as to ensure security and confidentiality of data themselves.

Recipients or categories of recipients to which personal data may be disclosed

Data may be accessed by the parties mandated by the controller, as well as by technicians and/or consultants in charge of managing the website; data shall not be disclosed to third parties, unless the law of the country so requires.

Third-party companies or individuals that perform activities strictly connected with and conducive to the management of business relationships, such as:

  • Credit institutions
  • Consultants and freelancers, either on their own or in partnerships
International transfer of data

Any personal data collected or generated (processed) in the framework of the website shall be exclusively stored in Italy/Europe (web hosting netsons.com with its datacenter where data are stored in Italy).

Storage period and duration of the processing

Personal data shall be stored for the time required to attain the purposes for which they are collected, and possibly for the time required for the Controller to fulfil her own storage obligations, for tax or other purposes, pursuant to any laws or regulations in force. For marketing purposes, they may be stored up to 2 years.

Rights of the data subject

The User shall have the right to obtain confirmation from the Controller of any personal data concerning him or her, which are being processed, and in that case he or she shall have the right to:

  • Obtain access to personal data, order the rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing of any data concerning him or her, and object any processing;
  • Receive the personal data concerning him or her in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and have the right to transmit those data to another controller (data portability);
  • Be informed of the existence of any automated decision-making process, including profiling;
  • Withdraw his or her consent at any time, where given, without detriment to the lawfulness of the personal data processing before withdrawal;
  • Lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority.
Nature of the personal data and consequences of non-disclosure

Please note that the disclosure of these data is voluntary; however, it is indispensable to process them for administrative and accounting purposes. Failure to disclose compulsory data (marked by *) may result in the impossibility to access to certain services and obtain what has been possibly requested.

Data disclosure for marketing purposes is voluntary and non-binding in order to provide the services.