Information document pursuant to and under the effects of art. 13 of legislative decree 196/03
Pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 20 June 2003, the Personal Data Protection Law (hereinafter the "Law"), USCO SPA, with registered office in Via Delle Nazioni no. 65, in Modena (Mo), tax code and VAT no. 01893120368, informs you as follows:
1. Data processing purposes and methods
Processing of the personal data requested from you or acquired is aimed exclusively at management of the business relationship started and the related pre-contractual, contractual, organisational, administrative, accounting, taxation and legal obligations.
Processing shall be carried out through the operations or groups of operations indicated in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a), of the Law: “any operation or group of operations, also carried out without using electronic instruments, concerning the collection, registration, organisation, retention, consultation, processing, amendment, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, communication, disclosure, deletion and destruction of the data, even when not registered in a database”.
The personal data, defined by current regulations as “any information relating to a natural person, identified or identifiable, also indirectly, through reference to any other information, including a personal identification number", requested from you or acquired, shall be processed on paper and electronic mediums and with computerised methods, by parties specifically appointed for this purpose.
We inform you that processing will comply with the Appropriate and Minimum Security Measures indicated by arts. 31,33,34,35 and Annex B) of said Law. We also inform you that personal data referable to you will be processed in accordance with the methods indicated in art. 11 of Legislative Decree 196/03
2. Obligatory or optional providing of data
Without prejudice to the personal autonomy of the party concerned, granting of personal data is optional, but strictly necessary for correct management of the business relationship started and the related pre-contractual, contractual, organisational, administrative, accounting, taxation and legal obligations.
3. The consequences of refusal to provide the data
If the party concerned refuses to provide personal data, it will be impossible to achieve the purposes indicated above and to manage the business relationship started and the related obligations correctly.
4. Parties to which the data may be communicated or who may learn it
The personal data may be communicated, for the purposes indicated in point 1 and for processing with the same purposes or obligatory by law, to:
- parties specifically appointed by the data controller, for management of the business relationship started and the related pre-contractual, contractual, organisational, administrative, accounting, taxation and legal obligations;
- internal or external data processing managers, appointed by the data controller, for management or processing of the data;
- external companies or professionals who perform specific assignments on behalf of the data controller (accounting, administrative, tax consultancy and assistance, management of information systems, etc.), for performance of which communication of the data is necessary;
- credit institutes and, when necessary, financial, leasing, credit recovery, protection and assignment companies, for the management of financial transactions;
- legal firms and companies, when necessary, for any protection of contractual rights;
- central and local government agencies, public entities or other institutes for fulfilment of legal obligations.
The personal data will not be disclosed.
5. Rights according to art. 7
Art. 7. Right of access to personal data and other rights
1. The person concerned is entitled to obtain confirmation of whether or not their own personal data exists, even if not registered, and whether it is communicated in intelligible form.
2. The person concerned is entitled to be informed of:
a) the origin of the personal data;
b) the processing purposes and methods;
c) the logic applied when processing is performed using electronic instruments;
d) the identity of the the data controller, the data processing managers and the representative appointed pursuant to article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the parties or the categories of parties to whom the data may be communicated or who may learn it as the appointed representative in the territory of the State, managers or processors.
3. The person concerned is entitled to obtain:
a) revision, correction or, if desired, supplementing of the data;
b) deletion, conversion into anonymous form or blocking of data processed illegally, including data which does not need to be kept in relation to the purposes for which it has been collected and subsequently processed;
c) certification that the operations of letters a) and b) have been disclosed, even only in terms of their content, to anyone to whom the data itself has been communicated or disclosed, unless this is impossible or would involve a use of resources which is manifestly disproportionate to the right being protected.
4. The party concerned may partially or fully oppose:
a) for legitimate reasons, processing of their own personal data, even for the reasons for which it has been collected;
b) processing of their personal data in order to send advertising or direct sales material or to conduct market surveys or make business communications.
6. Identity of the data controller and the date processing managers
The data controller is USCO SPA, with registered office in Via Delle Nazioni no. 65, in Modena (Mo), tax code and VAT no. 01893120368. The processing manager appointed by the data controller is Mr. Paolo Manni. A complete and up-to-date list of the data processing managers appointed by the data controller is available on request at the registered office in Via Delle Nazioni no. 65, in Modena (Mo), or by sending a specific request to the following addresses: