Responsible of processing data: responsible for processing the personal data is avv. Melchiorre Scalia as owner of the website.
Collected data types: collected data are of thy types: personal data (email address, name, surname etc.) and navigation data (all those which are automatically collected by the website such as: IP addresses, domain names, browser type etc. These data are collected for the purpose of monitoring and improving use of the website and they don’t permit to identify the user anyway and are to be considered anonymous. These data could be used in case of cybercrimes or illegal activities for the ascertain of liabilities).
Place and modalities of data processing: the processing of the personal data collected through the services offered by this website takes place at the head office of the law firm and is carried out by technical staff specifically appointed. The collected data are processed in electronic form for the time needed for carrying out the purposes agreed. The data are protected by suitable security measures, meeting the standards required for the confidentiality of data and communications.
Transmission of data to third parties: The personal data communicated through filling form and sending email can be transmitted to third parties only if this is strictly necessary for the purposes that are stated in the contract and those cannot be sent to any other parties. The hosting service provider can have access to the data only for technical reasons in case of urgency and necessity. Navigation data are not disclosed and communicated to third parties anyway.
User’s rights according to GDPR: according to GDPR 2016/679, the user has following rights in relation to the processing of personal data: access to stored personal data and information concerning him; ask for rectifying inaccurate or incomplete personal data (art. 16 GDPR) or deleting all personal data without undue delay ( “Right to be forgotten” art. 17 GDPR); ask to stop processing personal data at any time (art. 18 GDPR). The user has right to data portability (art. 19 GDPR), unless there is a legitimate, contractual and legal reason. If the user is of the opinion that processing of his personal data infringes applicable data protection law or that data protection law have been infringed in any other way, he may lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority (Data protection authority: http://www.garanteprivacy.it/). Requests are to be addressed to avv. Melchiorre Scalia as responsible for processing data through letter with acknowledgement of receipt or certified email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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This website uses following cookies types:
- Technical cookies: these cookies are vital for the correct operation of several areas of the site. Cookies in this category can be session cookies or persistent cookies. Without such cookies, the Site or some portions of it may not operate properly. Thereby, they are always used, independently from the user’s preferences. Cookies in this category originate always from the Site domain.
- Cookies of third parties: by visiting a website the user might receive cookies from both the site itself (“proprietary cookies”) and from sites managed by other organizations (“third-party cookies”). This website sets third-party cookies for social bookmarking and web traffic analysis. The presence, number and status of cookies may depend on how you use the platforms concerned before or while visiting this website.
Cookies browser settings: the user can decide whether to accept cookies or not by modifying the browser settings. Be careful: disallowing the site ability to set technical or third party cookies cookies, either entirely or partially, might compromise the functionality of some parts of the site or of the whole site altogether. Most browsers allow users to define different policies for “proprietary” and “third party” cookies. Anytime, the user has right to ask for access to stored personal data and information concerning him, as well as to ask for rectification or erasure of those or for restriction of data processing. If the user is of the opinion that his rights have been infringed, he may lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority