This text illustrates our policy about the processing of personal data collected through our contact systems and / or other services used on this website: oltreilgiardino.biz
All personal data received through the contact forms and / or other services used on the oltreilgiardino.biz website ares: name, curriculum vitae, email.
Sending and consenting to the data processing is optional. The users are free to completely or partially refuse their consent about the sending and/or treatment of their personal data, while also renouncing the possibility to use the services provided by the oltreilgiardino.biz website, for which the sending and consent to personal data processing is required. Consent is thus required for providing the services for which the consent is requested.
You are free to withhold consent as reported in 1.1 The refusal of consent to the processing of personal data will result in a failure to provide the service for which the consent itself is required.
All personal data received will be used for the following purposes:
The collected data will be stored in digital form in the archives of the company in charge of their conservation and treatment.
Personal data will be stored and processed by the company:
OLTREILGIARDINO SRL – Via G. Matteotti 39, 24050 Grassobbio (BG) – VAT IT 03324250160
in the person of Stellario Sergio Nunnari and her potential delegates.
All personal data received will not be disclosed to third parties not belonging to the abovementioned parties.
The rights below are expressed by article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003
The exercise of the rights (as expressed by article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003) described in the paragraphs 4.1 and 4.2 may be carried out through specific communication to the responsible for the treatment of personal data of Stellario Sergio Nunnari c/o OLTREILGIARDINO SRL Via San Lazzaro , 4-24122 Bergamo
or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The personal data collected will be processed and stored in the manner prescribed by Italian law, and precisely according to the Legislative Decree of 30 June 2003, n. 196 (and subsequent updates).
For a better understanding of the Italian laws currently in force, see the following web page: