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Technical cookies are those used which do not require the user's consent, pursuant to article 122, paragraph 1, of the Italian Civil Code. Technical cookies include essential cookies, also called strictly necessary cookies, which enable functions, without which you would not be able to make full use of the website. These cookies are used exclusively by the Company and are therefore first-party cookies. They are stored on your computer only during the current browser session.
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Article n. 7 of Italian Legislative Decree n.196, dated 30 June 2003.
1. Interested parties have the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of their personal data, which may or may not be recorded, and its communication in an intelligible form.
2. Interested parties have the right to obtain information on:
a) the source of personal data;
b) the purposes and manner of processing;
c) the method applied in the event of treatment using electronic devices;
d) the identity of the owner, the managers and the representative designated pursuant to article 5, par 2);
e) the parties or the categories of parties to whom the personal data may be transmitted or who may learn of such data in their capacity as the designated local representative of the State, as managers or operators.
3. Interested parties have the right to obtain:
a) updates, amendments or, if of interest, the completion of the data;
b) the cancellation, conversion into anonymous form or the block of data treated in violation of the law, including data the storage of which is not necessary for the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently treated;
c) an attestation that the operations outlined in points a) and b) have been brought to the attention, including concerning content, of the parties to whom the data has been forwarded or circulated, except in cases where this is impossible or involves use of resources manifestly disproportionate to the right in question.
4. Interested parties have the right to oppose, in whole or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons, treatment of their personal data, even if pertinent to the purpose of the collection of the data;
b) treatment of their personal data for the purpose of transmission of advertising or direct sales materials or for the performance of market surveys or of commercial communication.