According to the law about personal data treatment in D.Lgs 30/06/03 no. 196, Krupps S.R.L. via Austria, 19 – 35127 PADOVA – ITALY P. IVA 04251180289 would like to inform you that the data acquired through this web-site will be handled in writing and /or with the use of disks, electronic or computer aids. These data will be used for administration and accounting aims, to have statistic, marketing and business information, to recruitment. The provision of the data is optional, therefore any refusal to provide data or to allow data to be handled at a later time, may make it impossible for the writer to insert the data on its records and to potentially establish any relationship with you.
With renard to the personal data you may exercise the rights provided by the Art. 7 D. Lgs no. 196/03: The privacy treatment owner is: Krupps S.R.L. via Austria, 19 – 35127 PADOVA – ITALY P. IVA 04251180289 that being stated, unless otherwise specified, you assigned to Krupps S.R.L. the right to use your personal data for the solely above aims. We thank you for your co-operation Krupps S.R.L. LGS. 30/06/03 NO. 196 TITLE II RIGHTS OF THE CONCERNED PARTY, ART. 7
1. The concerned party is entitled to obtain the existence or less of personal data, which relates to him, even if not yet registered, and notification of the said data in an intelligible form.
2.The concerned party is entitled to obtain: a)the origin of personal data b)the reasons and objectives on which handling is based c)the logic and purpose on which the processing is based d)the identification details of the owner, of the persons in charge and of the designed representative under the clause 5, paragraph 2 e)information on the persons and the categories to which the personal data can be communicated or the persons and categories which can come to knowledge as designed representative on the territory of the State, as responsibles or persons in charge.
3.The concerned party is entitled to obtain: a)the updating, correction or, when necessary, integration of data b)the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or halting of unlawfully handled data, including those which need not to be kept in relation to the purpose for which the data were gathered or subsequently handled. c)the declaration that the operations mentioned in items a) and b) together with their contents have been made known to those to whom the data were communicated or distributed, except in the case where this proves to be impossible or involves a omission of means which is manifestly disproportionate to the protected right.
4.The concerned party is entitled to refuse on legitimate grounds, in whole or in part: a)the handling of its own personal data, even though these are pertinent to the purpose of gathering b)the handling of its own personal data in relation to business information, advertising material mailing, direct sale, market research or interactive business communication.