INFORMATION FOR PERSONAL DATA TREATMENT
PURSUANT TO ART. 13 OF THE EUROPEAN REGULATION 2016/679
1. The Data Controller of personal data - art. 13 co. 1 lett. [a] [b] RGPD
The Data Controller is: TECNIWORK SPA P. Iva
01812000485 with head office in: Via R. Benini, 8 – 50013 Campi
to whom you may turn to exert any rights recognized by the GDPR and to know the updated
list of all Data Controllers.
The Legal Representative is Dott. Jorge Perujo.
The Data Controller can be contacted as below indicated:
The Responsible of Data Protection is (“R.P.D.”): Ing. Andrea Appicciafuoco e-mail:
2. Purposes of the processing - art. 13 co. 1 lett. [c] [d] GDPR 2016/679
The treatment of data will be carried out according to the consent expressed in this form,
each in a separate way (the user can provide his/her consent to one option and not to another);
Since the access to this section is reserved only to users registered in our files, containing their
previous choices on these options, we would like to highlight that new choices will replace the
old ones in our archives. As usual, users will be able to change the selected options.
No further data treatments will be carried out, other than the ones indicated in the privacy
3. What data we treat
General data (for example: name, surname, company, e-mail address and all which has
4. Communication and data diffusion - art. 13 co. 1 lett. [e] [f] GDPR
Data are stored in the e-mails at our head office and will not be transmitted to others.
Personal data will not be divulged.
Your personal data are not subjected to any completely automatized decision-making
process. Your choices expressed in this form will only be used to send newsletter or customised
promotions and offers.
6. Modalities of data processing - art. 13 co. 2 lett. [a] GDPR
Personal data treatment just consists in gathering the provided consents. Data are not
processed in any way.
7. Data storage
Your data will be stored on our computers on work stations in our premises only
as long as it is necessary to reply you, to be definitely archived afterwards and stored as long as
foreseen by the norm as regards e-mails.
8. Your rights - art. 13 co. 2 lett. [b] [c] [d] GDPR
You have the right to:
Ask the Responsible for Data Protection to have access to your personal data and
information. (see art. 15 GDPR).
To correct incorrect data or to complete missing data (see. art. 16 RGPD).
To cancel your personal data (so called “right to be forgotten”) if one of the conditions
indicated in art. 17, section 1, GDPR, arises and in conformity with exceptions foreseen in
section 3 of the same article.
To restrict the treatment of your data (in case one of the conditions indicated in art. 18
section 1 GDPR takes places).
To request and obtain from the Responsible of Data Protection – in case the legal basis
of the treatment is either the contract or the individual consent carried out by automated means
– that the personal data be provided in a format and structure which can be read on an
automatic device to be transferred to another Responsible (so called “Right to data portability”,
see art. 20 GDPR).
To oppose in any moment to the personal data treatment in case particular situations
about him/herself arise (see art. 21 GDPR).
To withdraw the consent to the treatment using the withdrawal procedure available
whenever any newsletter is sent.
Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority: Garante per la Protezione dei
dati Personali, head office: Piazza di Monte Citorio n. 121, ROMA or to other supervising
authorities indicated by the latter (see art. 77 RGPD) in these ways:
Registered letter to: Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, see address above
E-mail to email@example.com or certified e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org