Privacy Notice

  

PRIVACY NOTICE


The following is the main information on the processing of your personal data carried out by Cunegatti Di Cocco and Associates Law Firm, as Data Controller, via this website (hereafter, the “Website”)

Cunegatti Di Cocco and Associates Law Firm has its registered office in Via Dei Mille n. 16, Bologna (BO), Italy.

For any clarification, question or requirement related to your privacy and your personal data you can contact us at any time by writing to us to the e-mail address info@itlawfirm.it, by calling us at (+39) 051 23 03 31 or by faxing us at (+39) 051 29 655 95.

 

What data we process and for what purposes.

The personal data that we process is the information that you provide us when you send a communication to our addresses on the Website, that is the personal and contact data contained in the communication, as well as the information you insert or enclose in the annexes to the communication sent to us.

We process your personal data for the following purposes:

a) follow up your specific requests for information or assistance; in this case, the processing of your data is lawful because it is necessary to fulfil your requests;

b) valuate your application and make a selection in view of the possible start of a working collaboration with you; in this case, the processing of your data is lawful because authorized by a specific law (art. 24 of Italian Legislative Decree June 30, 2003, no. 196 - Personal data protection code)

 

To whom your personal data will be disclosed.

We share your information with:

- our partners and associates in the firm, authorised to process personal data;

- italian-based third parties belonging to the following categories:

internet service providers and telecommunications operators; technical assistance centres;

- police forces and judicial authorities, in accordance with the law.

We don’t transfer your data to non-EU countries.

 

Data retention period.

We keep your personal data for a limited period of time, related to the purpose for which it was collected, at the end of which the data is deleted or otherwise rendered anonymous in an irreversible way.

In particular, the personal data we collect when you send a request for information or assistance is kept until the time when this request has been satisfied and for the next 3 months, while the personal data we process when you send your application for a job position, including your CV, is deleted after 12 months from the moment of its reception.

 

Your rights.

At any time, you may: know which of your personal data we have in our possession and how it is used, request the update, integration or rectification of your personal data and obtain a copy of it.

In the cases provided for by the current provisions, you may request the erasure of your personal data we have in our possession and the restriction of processing.

If you wish, you can request to receive your personal data in our possession in a format readable by electronic devices and, where technically possible, we can transfer your data directly to a third party indicated by you

 

To exercise the rights listed above you can contact us, at any time, via the e-mail address or telephone/fax numbers indicated above. We will send you a confirmation e-mail of the receipt of your request and we will provide you with feedback as soon as possible.

 

If you believe that the processing of your personal data has been carried out illegally, you can file a complaint with one of the supervisory authorities responsible for compliance with the rules on personal data protection. In Italy, the complaint can be presented to the Italian Data Protection Authority (www.garanteprivacy.it).

 

The present Data Protection Notice is updated to 25 May 2018 and may undergo changes and interactions over time. We therefore invite you to periodically check the contents.

 

For more information on the processing of your personal data, please read our complete Data Protection Notice below.

 

For detailed information on cookies, please see the specificCookies notice

 

 

DATA PROTECTION NOTICE

pursuant to art. 13 Reg. (EU) 2016/679

 

1. General information.

   Who is the Data Controller?

2. What personal data we collect?

3. How do we use your personal data?

4. What are the “legal bases” for the processing of your personal data?

5. To whom your personal data will be disclosed.

6. How long do we keep the data?

7. Your rights and how to exercise them.

8. Security measures.

9. Complaints.

10. Changes to this Data Protection Notice.

11. Legislative references and useful links

 

1 General information.

Who is the Data Controller?

Cunegatti Di Cocco and Associates Law Firm is the Data Controller, that is, the subject which decides how and why to process your personal data through this website ("Website").

This is the information you need to know who we are and how to contact us:

Cunegatti Di Cocco and Associates Law Firm

Registered Office in Via dei Mille n.16, Bologna (BO), Italy

Telephone number: (+39) 051 23 03 31

E-mail: info@itlawfirm.it

Fax: (+39) 051 29 655 95

 

2 What personal data we collect?

The following are the categories of personal data that we process:

We collect personal data you provide to us:

a) when you send a communication to our addresses on the Website;

we collect personal data, contact details and the information you choose to include in your curriculum vitae.

in addition to the personal data and contact details included in the communication we receive, we will also process the information contained in the annexes to the communication sent to us, such as the data in your curriculum vitae.

 

No personal data is collected or recorded by the Website through the cookies. For detailed information on cookies, please see the specificCookies notice

 

3 How do we use your personal data?

We use your personal information only to the extent strictly necessary to achieve the following purposes:

a) follow up your specific requests for information or assistance;

We use the information you provide us when you send us a communication to the addresses indicated on the Website (by letters, e-mail, telephone or fax) to follow up your specific requests or provide assistance to you.

b) valuate your application and make a selection in view of the possible start of a working collaboration with you;

We use the information you provide to us when you send us your application (via letter, e-mail, telephone or fax) to evaluate your application and make a selection in view of the possible start of a working collaboration with you.

Under certain circumstances, the legislation on personal data protection requires us to use your contact information to provide you with specific information on the processing of your data (for example, to inform you of security breaches that have affected your data and of measures from us taken to cope with it).

 

In relation to all the activities mentioned above, we will process your personal data mainly through automated means; the instruments and tools we use guarantee high safety standards, in full compliance with the current legislation.

 

4 What are the “legal bases” for the processing of your personal data?

We process your personal data only on the basis of one of the conditions provided for by current legislation, namely:

a) processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract.

This legal basis legitimizes the processing of your personal data carried out for follow up on the requests you have brought to our attention.

When we process your data, we take care to use only the necessary information to process your requests.

The provisions of your personal data for these activities is a contractual requirement or a requirement necessary to enter into a contract.

You are free to tell us your data or not, but in the absence of the requested data, it will not be possible to fulfil your requests. This means that we will not be able to provide you with the information or assistance you need;

b) the processing of your data is authorized by a specific law.

The art. 24 of Italian Legislative Decree June 30, 2003, no. 196 (Personal data protection code) allows the processing of personal data contained in the curriculum spontaneously transmitted for the possible future conclusion of a contract of employment without consent.

The provisions of your personal data for these activities is not a statutory or contractual requirement

You are free to tell us your data or not, but in the absence, we will not be able to evaluate your application. This means that you will not be able to be selected to start a working partnership with us.

 

5. To whom your personal data will be disclosed.

Your personal data will be disclosed to:

- our partners and associates in the firm authorised to process personal data;

- italian-based third parties we use to carry out our business belonging to the following categories:

internet service providers and telecommunications operators; technical assistance centres;

Your personal data may be transmitted to police and judicial or administrative authorities, in accordance with the law, for the detection and prosecution of crimes, the prevention and protection from threats to public security, to allow the Data Controller to ascertain, exercise or defend a right in court, as well as for other reasons related to the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.

In no case will your personal data be transmitted to non-EU countries.

 

6. How long do we keep the data?

We keep your personal data for a limited period of time, which is different depending on the type of activity that involves the processing of your personal data.

After this period, your data will be permanently erased or otherwise rendered anonymous in an irreversible way.

Your personal data is stored in compliance with the following terms and criteria:

a) the personal data we collect when you send a request for information or assistance is kept until the time when this request has been satisfied and for the next 3 months if further assistance is needed;

b) the personal data we collect when you send your application for a job position, including your CV, is deleted after 12 months from the moment of its reception.

In any case, for technical reasons, the termination of the processing and the subsequent cancellation or irreversible anonymisation of the related personal data will be final within thirty days of the terms indicated above.

 

7. Your rights and how to exercise them.

With regard to the processing of your personal data, you can exercise the rights described in the following.

a) Accessing your data, rectifying it, integrating it and obtaining a copy.

You have the right to access your personal data and to obtain specific information on the characteristics of the processing of your data.

You can ask that your personal data be rectified, modified or integrated with other information.

We will not accept requests for the integration of your data with information that we do not need to pursue the processing purposes described above, in compliance with the provisions of personal data protection law.

If you wish, we will provide you with a copy of your personal data in our possession.

b) Erasing your information.

In the cases foreseen by the law, you can request the erasure of your personal data.

If we will evaluate your request as legitimate, we will promptly cease the processing of your personal data, except for those that we will have to continue processing to fulfil any legal obligations.

c) Obtaining the restriction of processing.

In the cases foreseen by the law, you can request a restriction of processing of your data: when you exercise the right to restriction of processing, we continue to keep your personal data but we don’t use it, subject to your requests and the exceptions provided for by law.

You have this right where one of the following applies:

- you contest the accuracy of your personal data;

- the processing is unlawful but you oppose to the erasure of your personal data;

- we don’t need your information anymore but you require them for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

d) request of data transfer to other party than us ("right to data portability").

In certain cases, you may request to receive the data we process on the basis of a contract concluded with you in an electronic format that is commonly used and machine-readable format.

If you wish, where technically possible and at your request, we may transfer your data directly to a third party that you indicate.

In order to exercise some of your rights described above you can:

- contact us via the e-mail address info@itlawfirm.it

- contact us via telephone/fax numbers indicated above.

We will send you a confirmation e-mail of the receipt of your request and we will provide you with feedback as soon as possible and in any event not later than 30 days from receipt of your request.

In order to ensure that your personal data are not subject to violations or illegitimate use by third parties, we may need to ask you some information to be sure of your identity before accepting your requests to exercise one of the rights indicated above.

 

8 Security measures.

We protect your personal data with specific technical and organizational security measures, aimed at preventing your data from being used illegitimately or fraudulently.

 

9. Complaints.

If you believe that the processing of your personal data has been carried out illegally, you can file a complaint with one of the supervisory authorities responsible for compliance with the rules on personal data protection.

In Italy, the complaint can be presented to the Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali).

More information on the presentation methods are available on the website of the Italian Data Protection Authority, at www.garanteprivacy.it.

The complaint can also be presented to supervisory authorities other than Italian one, in particular in the EU member state of your habitual residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement.

 

10 Changes to this Data Protection Notice.

This Data Protection Notice is updated to 25 May 2018.

This notice may be subject to changes and additions over time, which may be necessary as a result of changes to the characteristics of the processing of personal data described above, as well as in relation to new regulatory provisions in the field of personal data protection.

The updated version of the Data Protection Notice will be published on this page, with indication of the date of its last update.

We therefore invite you to consult this page when you access the Website.

 

11 Legislative references and useful links.

We process your personal data in full compliance with the regulations on the matter pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), the Italian rules on the processing of personal data, the provisions of the Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali) and the provisions of the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).

In particular, this Data Protection Notice is drafted in accordance with art. 13 Reg. (EU) 2016/679, the Italian implementing rules and the relevant provisions of the Italian Data Protection Authority.

If you wish to consult the text of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and other applicable provisions in Italy, as well as the provisions of the Italian Data Protection Authority, please consult the website www.garanteprivacy.it.