Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Legislative Decree 196/2003 (hereinafter referred to as the “Privacy Code”) contains a series of provisions designed to guarantee that personal data is treated in full respect of individual rights, fundamental liberties and personal dignity, particularly with regard to confidentiality and personal identity. The Privacy Code also guarantees the rights of corporations and every other type of entity or association. This Privacy Policy illustrates and describes the methods used to gather, register and utilize the personal data obtained from the user during navigation or while accessing certain Services. This policy was also prepared in compliance with Art. 13 of the Privacy Code in relation to the data supplied by all users of web based Services beginning with the Website.

1. The information is provided solely in connection to use of the Company’s Website and not the other websites which are accessible by the user via links.

2. The user may voluntarily provide the personal data which will then be treated and used by the Company in connection with the Services requested as indicated in specific notices found on the Website.

3. The supply of personal data is optional, but any refusal to supply same may make it impossible for the Company to provide the services requested.

4. The user’s personal data may be shared with subsidiaries and/or affiliates and/or companies which are part of the Company’s group, as well as with individuals, companies or professional firms which provide the Company with services and assistance or consultancies for the purposes indicated in specific notices but said data will not be used by the Company for other purposes.

5. The user’s personal data will be treated with automated systems for the time deemed strictly necessary for the purposes for which the information was gathered.

6. The user’s personal data will be treated in compliance with the security measures provided for in the Privacy Code designed to prevent the loss of said data, any illegal or prohibited use of same or unauthorized access.

7. Pursuant to Art. 7 of the above mentioned Privacy Code, the user is entitled to access his/her personal data, request that they be changed, updated or eliminated if incomplete, incorrect or gathered in violation of the law, as well as object to their treatment for legitimate reasons.

8. In the event the Company makes any changes to this Privacy Policy, these changes will be published on the Website so that the user will always have access to an updated version of the policy. 

9. The Company is responsible for treatment of the data.

10. In order to exercise the rights mentioned above or for further information, the user may contact the Company via the following e-mail address: info@assovib.it the name of the Company and the reason for the inquiry.