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PRIVACY POLICY PROVIDED PURSUANT TO EUROPEAN GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION 2016/679 (GDPR), ITALIAN LEGISLATIVE DECREE 196/03 AND EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE 2002/58 (E-PRIVACY DIRECTIVE)
 
ANONYMOUS CONSULTATION OF THE SITE OF PIETRO FIORENTINI S.P.A. AND INFORMATION ON THE USE OF COOKIES
The consultation of this site is possible in anonymous mode since it does not require any form of registration or communication of personal data of the person who connects.
In particular, Pietro Fiorentini S.p.a. has no way of associating the user's IP number with users’ personal identity, not even through the use of cookies whose only purpose is to allow the use of the site.
It is not possible to exclude, however, that the platforms of social networking, content sharing, and providers of statistics services used by Pietro Fiorentini S.p.a. are in possession of additional information that, linked to the user's IP number or in other ways, can effectively identify the natural person who is connecting.
As a result of the above, the user is invited, before using the contents of the website of Pietro Fiorentini S.p.a., to read the information on the processing of personal data of Facebook, Linkedin, Google and Twitter and to activate the features of protection of personal data, where available on the browser used.
The site of Pietro Fiorentini S.p.a. is also available in totally anonymous mode through services such as Startpage.com.
 
USE OF THE CONTACT FORM
The contact form published on the website of Pietro Fiorentini S.p.a. is to be used exclusively for professional/entrepreneurial purposes (e.g. request for information on products/services, information on the company, etc.) and it is expressly forbidden to send personal requests not related to business activities.
 
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA SENT VIA THE CONTACT FORM
Purpose of the processing
The information sent through the contact form will be used only and exclusively to respond to requests from the sender.
In return for optional consent, only the e-mail address will be used to send informative newsletters.
Consent is not needed to process the requests of the person concerned
The purpose referred to in the previous point does not require the consent of the person concerned.
Optional consent for receiving the newsletters
The consent to the processing of the e-mail address to send newsletters is optional and its failure to provide does not affect the use of the contents of the site.
Communication and dissemination
Personal data sent via the contact form are not subject to communication or dissemination to third parties.
Storage duration and methods
The messages received and data relating to the sending of newsletters will be kept for the time required by civil law, for the sole purpose of fulfilling legal obligations (and in particular, to demonstrate, in the event of investigation, the correct compliance with the requirements regarding personal data), active and passive exercise of the right. Once the above deadlines have expired, the data will be destroyed.
Security measures
Personal data are protected by adequate security measures in accordance with the provisions of the Organizational Model for the management of personal data of Pietro Fiorentini S.p.a.
Identification of the Data Controller
The data controller is Pietro Fiorentini s.p.a. Via Enrico Fermi 8/10 36057 - Arcugnano (VI) Italy, to which you can apply to exercise the rights guaranteed by EU Reg. 679/2016 including those of rectification, updating, blocking and cancellation.
Exercise of the rights of the Data Subject
The rights of the Data Subject may be exercised directly or by way of a delegate by writing to the Internal Data protection Manager through the following e-mail address privacy@fiorentini.com, attaching a copy of the identity document (in the case of delegation to third parties, the delegation and copy of the delegate's identity document must also be attached).
Except in particularly complex cases, the reply will be provided within thirty working days of receipt of the request.
In the event of non-compliance with the rights of the person concerned or failure to respond to the request to exercise the rights in question, the person concerned may always file a complaint to the competent courts or to the Data Protection Authority
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