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Data Protection

Information sheet pursuant to art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 196 of 30 June 2003, “Data Protection Code”.

Pursuant to art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 196 of 30 June 2003, with reference to common and sensitive data to be subject to processing, we hereby provide the following information.
Carrara S.p.A., intends to process the data acquired in a transparent manner and without purposes other than those of ordinary business activities. The sale of the data is excluded.

1. Purpose of processing

The processing to which the acquired and periodically updated data shall be subject to has the following purposes:
– provide for the execution of the obligations arising from the agreement to be executed;
– fulfil the statutory obligations relevant to the tax and accounting provisions;
– send advertising material consistent with the activity carried out, unless otherwise noted
– preparation of the budget and statistics;
– marketing and references to be used for offers or trade proposals.

2. Processing methods

The processing of the mentioned data can be carried out with or without electronic or automated devices and all of the operations pursuant to art. 4, subsection 1, lett. a) of the Italian Legislative Decree shall be carried out.
In particular, the automated processing is organised in order to consent the sharing of the data per groups of customers, per Region, Province, product characteristics, method of payment, turnover.

3. Mandatory or optional nature for provision of data

The provision of personal data relevant to the processing in question is mandatory within the measure necessary and limited to the achievement of the purposes indicated in the previous point.

4. Consequences of refusal

The refusal to supply the data for which consent is mandatory shall prevent us from providing for the execution of the statutory and contractual obligations. There are no consequences for the refusal to provide the remaining data. It shall not, however, be possible for us to better know your facility and to better meet your needs, including with regards to quality.

5. Circles of transmission of the data

The data in question can be transmitted:
– to Public Administrations for the carrying out of institutional functions, within the statutory and regulatory limits;
– to Insurance companies for payment of the premium relevant to the credit insurance policy;
– to the accountant, for bookkeeping;
– to Lawyers for legal assistance in the event of disputes relevant to the execution of the agreement;
– to agents and distributors, previously appointed as data controller/data processor;
– to audit and financial statements certification companies, to auditors;
– to external transporters for the delivery of merchandise or correspondence;

6. Data processors and controllers that can acquire knowledge of the data

The data processors as well and the employees of the Commercial, Logistics, Quality, Production, Laboratory and Administration offices can acquire knowledge of the data as data controllers.

7. Rights of the interested party

The interested party of the processing in question has the rights pursuant to art. 7 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003; The data regarding the same can be read, amended or cancelled by the interested party.

8. Name and domicile of the Data Processor

For the processing of the data in question the appointed Data Processor is Mr. Sergio Carrara, electively domiciled, for the purposes of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003, at the offices of our Company, on provincial road 1/E 25030 Adro (BS).

9. Data Controller

The Data Controller is Carrara S.p.A., with operating office on provincial road 1/e 25030 Adro (BS) and registered office in Sarnico (BG) on Viale Europa, 6.

10. Consent for the processing

Consent is not necessary:
– for the above-mentioned purposes given that the processing is required to fulfil an obligation pursuant to the law and/or to perform obligations arising from an agreement (art. 24, subsections a, b – Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003)

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Personal data collected: Geographic location.

e-commerce

The Personal Data collected will be used for the provision of services to the User or for the sale of products, including the payment and the eventual delivery. The Personal Data collected to allow the payment may be those relating to the credit card, to the account used for the bank or to other payment instruments provided. The Data collected from this site depend on the payment system used. Notwithstanding the above, the Holder informs that the User may use Your Online Choices (Country / Your Choices). Through this service, you can manage the tracking preferences of the most of advertising tools. The Owner, therefore, recommend using this resource in addition to the information provided in this document.