Pursuant to Art. 13 of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003, we wish to inform you that your personal data is stored in the archives of COVIM Srl.
Data Processor: Cristina MORANDINI.
TYPES OF DATA PROCESSED
Navigation data - IT systems and software procedures adopted for the functioning of COVIM Srl’s web site acquire, during the normal course of their operation, various items of personal data, the transmission of which is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. This data is used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistics concerning usage of our web site and to control its correct functioning.
Data supplied voluntarily by the user - The optional, express or voluntary sending of electronic mail to the addresses indicated in our web site entails the subsequent acquisition of the sender’ address, which is indispensable for replying to requests, as well as any other personal data that may be included in the e-mail.
Commercial and administrative data - Any request for personal data made by COVIM Srl is strictly related to the company activity and the collected data is necessary for the fulfilment of administrative and commercial requirements. Failure to provide this information may make it impossible to obtain what has been requested.
RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTIES
The subjects to whom the personal data refers have the right, at any time, to obtain confirmation as to whether such data exists and to know its content and source, to check its accuracy or to request its integration, updating or rectification (art. 7 of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003) by written communication addressed to
COVIM S.r.l., Via Monte Corno, 12 37057 San Giovanni Lupatoto (VR)
Purpose of the processing - The data is processed within the context of our normal company activity, specifically:
1. for preliminary requirements preceding the stipulation of an agreement;
2. to fulfil obligations and carry out operations required by stipulated agreements;
3. to fulfil obligations and actions (administrative, fiscal, accounting, etc...) required by legislation in force;
4. to a limited extent with regards to the performance of economical activities, for the purpose of commercial information or sending informative material through the mailing list, to discover the degree of customer satisfaction;
5. to check the progress of relations with customers and suppliers and the associated risks;
6. to manage external collaborators;
7. for any other operative or managerial requirement.
It is not obligatory to supply data, except in cases specified by the regulations in force, but a refusal to supply such information could result in the impossibility of establishing relations and stipulating agreements.
Data processing methods - Manual, automated, computerised and electronic tools may be used to process data for the purpose of managing, storing and transmitting it. Specific security measures are taken to prevent loss and illicit or incorrect use of the data, and unauthorised access.