Privacy Policy for www.tiesse.com

Data controller

The owner of the processing of personal data, collected through the contact e-mail mail@tiesse.com, tiesse@pec.tiesse.com and marketing@tiesse.com, is Tiesse S.p.A.- Via Asti 4, 10015 Ivrea (TO) Italy (tel. + 39 0125 230544 - Fax + 39 0125 631923), hereinafter simply referred to as "Tiesse", which determines the purpose and means of processing the data collected.
Personal data shall mean any information concerning a natural person, identified or identifiable, hereinafter referred to as simply "concerned".
The data communicated spontaneously by the interested in Tiesse are treated in full compliance with the European regulation 679/2016 and for this purpose provides the following information to the interested party.

Purpose and legal basis of the treatment

Personal data from the person concerned, provided through the e-mail addresses, will be processed exclusively to meet the requests of the person concerned and therefore within the limits strictly necessary for the execution of information activities and Answer, legitimate interest of the proprietor, or for the conclusion or execution of any contract with the person concerned, so that the data communicated is indispensable. As regards the collection of information, always in aggregate form, about the statistical analysis of the pageviews and the behaviors kept by users are invited to consult the information on the use of the cookies at the following link: http://www.tiesse.com/cookie.asp.

Recipients

Personal data will be processed internally by Tiesse and will not be communicated to another subject other than Tiesse or transferred to a country outside the European Union.

Duration of treatment

The personal data will be processed until the end of the limitation of the rights related to the possible contractual relationship arose following the request of contact; In cases where the data are not necessary for the execution of a contract, they will be deleted within 24 months of their collection, following the periodic verification procedure that Tiesse makes so that the personal data are not kept longer than necessary.

Rights of the person concerned

1) At any time, the person concerned has the right to confirm, by Tiesse, whether or not the processing of personal data pertaining to him and to know the following information (right of Access):
a) the purpose of the processing of the data;;
b) what data is being processed;
c) the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data has been or will be communicated, in particular if the recipients are based in third countries or are international organisations;
d) the retention period of the data which has been envisaged or the criteria used to determine that period;

In addition, the person concerned may ask:
2) rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning it, including by providing an additional statement (right of rectification).
3) The deletion of personal data (“right of Oblivion”).
Tiesse specifies that the person concerned has the right to obtain the deletion of his personal data if there is one of the following reasons:
a) the data are no longer needed in respect of the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise treated by Tiesse;
b) the person concerned has withdrawn the consent on which the treatment is based, if expressed subsequently to this collection and given for other specific purposes, and there is also no legal basis for the processing of the data;;
c) the person concerned has exercised the right of opposition to the treatment-referred to in point 8 below-and Tiesse has no legitimate reason to continue processing the data; Or the person concerned has exercised the right of opposition to the treatment if Tiesse has taken the data for direct marketing purposes, including profiling, except of course a new information to the person concerned before processing the data for this new Purpose;
d) the personal data of the person concerned have been treated illicitly;
e) personal data must be deleted in order to fulfil a legal obligation under the law of the European Union or Italian law..

By continuing to list the rights of the person concerned, they may also ask:
4) lLimitation of treatment when one of the following assumptions (right of limitation) occurs:
a) the person concerned contests the accuracy of his personal data for the entire period necessary for Tiesse to verify the accuracy of such data;
b) the treatment is illicit and the person concerned instead of opposing the deletion of his data, asks instead that only the use is limited;
c) Tiesse no longer needs to process the personal data of the person concerned, but the data are necessary to the person concerned for the investigation, the exercise or the defence of a right in the judicial office;
d) The person concerned has exercised the right of opposition to the treatment-referred to in point 8 below-and awaits the verification of the possible prevalence of Tiesse's legitimate reasons for continuing to process the data; When the person concerned exercises the right to limit the treatment, his personal data will be processed, except for conservation, only with the consent of the person concerned or for the assessment, exercise or defence of a right in the office To protect the rights of another natural or legal person or for reasons of relevant public interest of the European Union or of a Member State.
5) In particular, as anticipated above, Tiesse wants to bring to the attention of the interested party the right to oppose (right of opposition) to the treatment of his personal data, at any time, for reasons related to his particular situation, in case in which:
a) Tiesse had the need to treat the data for the execution of a task of public interest or related to the exercise of public powers;
b) Tiesse needed to process the data for the pursuit of a legitimate interest of tiesse or third parties.

It shall be clarified, however, also for the purposes of exercising the right of opposition of the person concerned, that the purpose of this collection of Tiesse's personal data is those set out above in the point "purpose and legal basis of the treatment"; If, as the owner of the processing of personal data, he intended to treat the data for a further purpose and different from that for which they were collected, prior to such treatment, it will inform the person concerned about these different purposes.

6) In the event of the conclusion of the contract with Tiesse, the person concerned also has the right to receive in a structured format, of common use and readable by electronic device, the personal data concerning him and that he has provided to Tiesse.
It has the right to transmit such data, even through Tiesse, to another holder of the treatment, if technically feasible (right to data portability).

Automated decision making

It is hereby established that the processing of the personal data of the person gathered here will not involve any form of automated decision-making, including profiling that produces legal effects affecting the person concerned or affecting Similar way signifitivamente on his or her person or with regard to the particular categories of data of art. 9 of European regulation 679/2016 (former sensitive data).

Exercise of rights

Rights above can be exercised by sending the request to the following e-mail address: privacy@tiesse.com.

Complaint and judicial appeal

Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial appeal, the person concerned who considers that the treatment relating to it is done in breach of the personal Data protection discipline has the right to propose a complaint to the guarantor of the privacy or other Member State of the European Union where he habitually resides or works.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the person concerned shall also have the right to propose a judicial remedy if he considers that his rights have been violated as a result of treatment.