Marlegno guarantees you the utmost confidentiality on the information and data you give during the compilation of forms on the site.
Your e-mail address will be used by the data controller, Marlegno Srl (here referred as the “Owner” or “Marlegno”), with registered office in Via delle Industrie, 14 – 24060 Bolgare and VAT number 02804520167, and by the companies in a control and connection relationship to it pursuant to art. 2359 cod. civ. for sending newsletters, commercial information and offers on products and services similar to those promoted by Marlegno, in compliance with the principles of protection established by Legislative Decree 30 June 2003, n. 196 (Code regarding the protection of personal data, hereinafter the “Privacy Code”) and the other regulations in force on the subject, as well as within the limits of the consent given by the Users at the time of sending the form on marlegno.it site.
No data will be given or sold to third parties.
Remember that you can exercise the rights granted to you by the Privacy Code at any time and free of charge. The cancellation from the newsletter service can be carried out by any e-mail you receive and at any time and you can always write to the Owner to request confirmation of cancellation. The persons in charge of data processing are those responsible for the managing of the site.
To exercise the rights provided for by the art. 7 of the Privacy Code, for further information, to clarify doubts on how we collect and use personal data or to send suggestions in order to improve the service, you can directly contact the data controllers at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Which data are processed and for what purpose?
The user is also informed that the platform used by the owner for the management of the newsletter service allows, through statistical tracking systems, to detect certain information (such as opening a message, clicks on hyperlinks contained within the email, from which IP address or with which type of browser the email is opened, and other similar details), whose collection is functional to the use of the platform and is an integral part of the functionality of the messages sending system.
Methods for data processing
The data are kept until the request of the interested party of any opposition to the sending and the will to waive the receipt of the newsletter and other communications.
Rights of the interested party
The interested party can assert at any time, without formalities, by contacting the data controller, also by sending an email to email@example.com the rights referred to in the Privacy Code.
Nature of the provision of data and consent
The provision of data is optional. Any refusal implies the impossibility for the Owner to give feedback to the requests made by the interested party.
On the basis of the articles 23, 122 and 130 of the Privacy Code, consent to the processing of data is necessary as they are used for sending commercial and promotional content emails according to the methods described in this information and for access to information through the systems offered from the platform that the owner uses.