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Advertising Cookies

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Privacy and Disclaimer

In accordance with the articles of Testo Unico regarding the protection of personal data (196-2003) we hereby provide some information regarding the use of the client’s personal data by the Company.

The client’s personal data is collected in order to register the client and activate the procedures for the execution of this contract and the necessary communication; this data is handled electronically according to existing laws. The data will be used exclusively for promotional purposes to satisfy the needs of the client.  Without this handling, which the client agrees to upon entering the data, the only consequence will be that these aims will not be achieved.  The handling of data will come about electronically, the data will not be communicated or made accessible to third parties, with the exception of the cases as provided for by law and in accordance with article 13 of the Testo Unico on the protection of personal data (196-2003).

The purpose of handling personal data is the following:

-         Execution of contract/agreements stipulated with you and obligations arising from these.

-         Fulfillment of legal obligations associated with the contractual relationship.

-         Protection of contractual rights.

-         Accounting analysis.

-         Information on solvency.

Personal data

The Testo Unico on the protection of personal data (196-2003) (hereinafter: “Law”) regulates the handling of personal data. 

Personal data handling is understood to mean:

·                    Collection, registration, organizing and storage;

·                    Processing, selection, extraction and comparison;

·                    Modification, blocking, cancellation and destruction.

Rights of the parties concerned

All the parties concerned may at any time, exercise their rights according to art. 7 D. Lgs. 196/2003, within the limits provided for by articles 8,9 and 10, of the aforementioned legislative Decree.  To cancel personal data in possession of the Company, it is necessary to send a fax to: 0039 055 210204, containing a specific request to cancel the data.  The personal data controller is Madova s.r.l.  Via Guicciardini 1/R  50125 Firenze.


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