In respect of the rights recognized by Regulation (EU) 679/2016 (known also as the “General Data Protection Regulation” – “GDPR”), visitors to our site are hereby informed of the following with regard to the processing of the personal data provided through interaction with our website.
The Data Controller is LINET srl (Tax ID and VAT no: 10187800965), with registered office in Via San Vincenzo 24 – 20123 Milan, – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Certified email (PEC): email@example.com – Website: www.linet.world.
Purposes and legal basis of the processing
The data will be processed for the following purposes:
- to technically manage navigation of the website through automatic logging (legal basis: provision of the service to enable use of the website and the legitimate interest of the Data Controller)
- to protect the rights of the Data Controller in the event of breaches committed by visitors to the website (legal basis: legitimate interest of the Data Controller in the protection of its corporate assets, which comprise its website and social reputation)
- to respond to information requests and to promote the business activities of the Data Controller through the exchange of emails with the emails published on its website (legal basis: pre-contractual agreements at the initiative of the data subject and the legitimate interest of the Data Controller in developing its business)
In the website sections where special data processing may occur or where data may be collected for other purposes, specifically applicable privacy policies are available.
Your personal data will in any case be processed in accordance with the principles of fairness, lawfulness and transparency. Using only electronic tools, the data will be processed in order to carry out your requests and to allow you to browse the website.
The Data Controller does not use automated decision-making processes with regard to your personal data.
Provision of data
The provision of data is optional but necessary in order to carry out your requests.
Nature of the data processed
In general, exclusively for the purposes indicated, the Data Controller processes common data such as, for example, browsing data, identification data, email address, IP address and telephone number, if provided in the communications sent by the data subject.
Communication – Dissemination – Transfer of data abroad
The data will not be shared with third parties or disseminated.
They will be handled internally by authorized personnel or by specifically appointed data processors.
The Data Controller will not transfer your personal data to any country outside of the European Union.
Data retention period
Personal data provided via email will be processed solely for the period strictly necessary to respond to enquiries, contract requests and requests for information regarding the Data Controller.
Data logs will be retained solely in order to manage the security of the website, in accordance with the law, and will be erased automatically upon expiry of the permitted period (maximum 6 months).
Data processing methods
The data will processed using electronic means by the Data Controller and by the data processors appointed by the same.
Personal data are stored in an electronic database connected to the website and managed by a third party based in Europe appointed as a data processor for this purpose.
The aforementioned IT system is protected by adequate security measures so as to reduce to a minimum the risk of data destruction, loss, unauthorized access or processing that is not in accordance with the purposes for which the data were collected, pursuant to art. 32 of the GDPR.
Rights of the data subject
Under the Regulation, data subjects have a series of rights.
Data subjects have the right to be informed by the Data Controller of whether or not it has collected their personal data, the origin of said data as well as the nature of the processing (right of access). They may also obtain the erasure, updating, rectification or completion of their data.
Registered users may also object at any time to the processing of their data and have the right, where possible, to data portability.
Data subjects can exercise their rights by sending a registered letter or certified email (PEC) to the headquarters of the Data Controller, indicating “GDPR request” in the subject line.
Data subjects who believe their rights have been infringed have the right to file a complaint with the relative authorities in accordance with the procedures provided for by the GDPR.