Owner of processing
The owner of processing is Avoni Società in Accomandita Semplice (Limited Partnership) by Carlo Avoni & C., located in Calderara di Reno, Via Bazzane, 71
Rights pursuant to Art. 7 Leg. Decree no. 196/03.
You are reminded that the relevant party has the right to obtain information on the origin of their personal data; the purposes and method of processing; the logic applied in the event of processing carried out with the help of electronic tools; the owner’s identification details, the managers and the persons or categories of persons to whom personal data can be communicated or who may become aware of them as managers or staff.
The relevant party has the right to obtain updating, correction or, when relevant to him/her, integration of data; the deletion, transformation in anonymous format or blockage of the data processed in breach of the law, including those whose archiving is not necessary in relation to the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed; the certification these operations were brought to the attention of those the data were communicated or diffused to, also including their content, except where this fulfilment is impossible or involves use of means proven to be excessive in relation to the protected right.
The relevant party has the right to fully or partially oppose: for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data regarding him/her, even if relevant to the purpose of the collection; the processing of personal data regarding him/her for marketing purposes. The relevant party has the right to oppose the processing of data for marketing purposes in automated contact mode, as well as traditional methods, unless the relevant party can fully or partially exercise the right, i.e. opposing, for example, the sole sending of promotional communications via automated tools.
To exercise these rights, the relevant party can freely contact us (unless the existence of data relevant to the party is not confirmed) by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
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