Information and consent according to legislative decree no. 196/2003 (Privacy Code)
Complying with Art.13 of legisl. decree 196/03, your personal data given through this web site will be acquired and treated in the paper form and/or on magnetic, electronic or telematic support in full respect of the privacy code.
All data will be treated for administrative, managerial, statistics, commercial and marketing purposes. It is then optional to supply us with such data and your refusal to do so will not enable us to insert them into our archive thus preventing us to establish possible relationship with you. As to your data you can take up the rights foreseen in art. 7 of legisl. decree no. 196/2003 the text of which is hereafter included. The holder of the treatment is Glenn Gould That being stated, in the absence of notice by you, we shall consider that the consent to the treatment of your data through Glenn Gould has been given.
Thank you for you cooperation and please accept our best regards.
Legislative Decree 30.06.2003 no. 196 ART. 7 (right to access personal data and other rights)
1. All those concerned have a right to get a confirmation of the existence or of the non-existence of their personal data, even if not yet inserted.
2. All those concerned have a right to be informed about:
a) the origin of personal data;
b) the purposes and the methods for the treatment of their personal data;
c) the logics followed in case of treatment through electronic instruments.
d) all details about the identification of the holder, of the managers and of the representative appointed complying with art. 5, paragraph 2;
e) the subjects or the subject categories to which personal data can be transmitted or that can become acquainted with such data as appointed representatives or delegates in the territory of the country.
3. All those concerned can obtain:
a) the updating, the correction or, if interested, the integration of personal data;
b) the cancellation, the transformation in an anonymous form or the freeze of the treated data because of violation to the law, including those data the storage of which is not necessary for the purposes for which they have been gathered or treated afterwards.
c) the statement that all operations referred to in a) and b) and their contents have been duly brought to the knowledge of those to whom these data have been transmitted, except the case when such actions may result impossible or when such actions involve the use of means clearly out of proportion to the safeguarded right.
4. Those who are interested can oppose, totally or partially:
a) for legitimate reasons, to the treatment of their personal data, though relevant to the purpose.
b) to the treatment of their personal data used for advertising or for direct sale for marketing or commercial communication researches.